Cure4Cam Fundraiser Includes Bikes, Muddy Shoes

Cure4Cam Fundraiser Includes Bikes, Muddy Shoes — (Ped)al4Cam begins 8:30 a.m.,tomorrow, Oct. 7, at the Ealgeview Town Center, 540 Wellington Square, Exton, Pa. 19341. The event is a fundraiser for Cure4Cam Childhood Cancer Foundation. You can register at this mobile accessible site up until the start. Costs range between $25 and $45 depending on the event which include 20 and 45 mile road rides; “muddy shoe” challenges ranging from 5 miles to 16 miles, and a two-mile family fun walk.

Following the event is the Eagleview Falling Leaf Festival.

For questions email regina@cure4cam.org

Cure4Cam Fundraiser Includes Bikes, Muddy Shoes

Cure4Cam Fundraiser Includes Bikes, Muddy Shoes

Michael Chiappinelli Explains How To Reduce Financial Stress

Michael Chiappinelli Explains How To Reduce Financial Stress

By Kate Rainey

Josephs People Central Delaware County (JPCD) welcomes Michael Chiappinelli, who will present Reducing Financial Stress in Career Transition. The program is 7-8:30 p.m., Oct. 16th, at St. Laurence Parish Hall, 8245 West Chester Pike, Upper Darby, PA 19082. The entrance to Parish Hall is from the rear church driveway off of St. Laurence Road. All are welcome to the free event, without regard to religious affiliation.

Please join Michael to discuss how to identify and address financial concerns while in employment transition. He will review risk management considerations and provide alternatives to address cash flow, budgeting and savings ideas. Learn about health insurance coverage options, Cobra, low cost life insurance protection and insurance for disability and long-term care. Hear about severance payout options and distribution options for your retirement plan. Michael will answer questions about 401K, IRA, pension and other retirement saving possibilities.

Finally, Michael will help you streamline your next steps by discussing the post transition opportunities available to you, and providing you with a practical mini-action plan to implement for your finances once you leave this seminar.

Michael Chiappinelli, RICP®, ChFC®, MBA, is a Financial Planner and Senior Vice President with Karr Barth Associates/AXA Advisors and a member of Bala Financial Strategies in Bala Cynwyd, PA. Michael and his team work with individuals, families and closely held businesses to provide financial guidance and strategies for: investments, insurances, estate planning, business continuation and benefits. His FINRA registrations include Series 7, 66 and 24. He has an MBA from Pace University and a BBA from James Madison University.

JPCD is a joint program of Media Presbyterian Church and St. Laurence Church in Upper Darby. The group has an active, free forum on LinkedIn, named Josephs People of Central Delaware County-Free Job Search Groupin the LinkedIn directory. To join, send a request and an email will be generated confirming membership.

JPCD is affiliated with Josephs People, a non-profit organization dedicated to helping unemployed and underemployed workers. Local, affiliated chapters provide networking opportunities, guidance and emotional support to job seekers and career changers. For more information, send a message through the LinkedIn group listed above, visit www.josephspeople.org or email contactus@josephspeople.org.

Michael Chiappinelli Explains How To Reduce Financial Stress

Michael Chiappinelli Explains How To Reduce Financial Stress

Holdomor Remembered At Manor College

Holdomor Remembered At Manor College — Manor College is holding, Oct. 4, a commemoration for the 85th anniversary of the Holodomor, the man-made famine in Soviet Ukraine from 1932 -1933 that killed millions of Ukrainians. The college is at 700 Fox Chase Road, Jenkintown, Pa., 19046. The remembrance will be held in the school’s Ukrainian Heritage Museum at Manor College at 1 p.m. This event is open to the community.  

On the 85 days leading up to International Holodomor Memorial Day on November 24 2018, a candle will be lit daily in a different part of the world uniting Ukrainians and friends of Ukraine in remembrance of the innocent victims of the genocidal policy of the Stalin regime, while raising awareness of the issues of human rights, respect and tolerance,” said Chrystyna Prokopovych, who is curator of the museum.

Manor College strives to foster appreciation for its Ukrainian heritage and culture; The College was established in 1947 by the Sisters of Saint Basil the Great, Jesus Lover of Humanity Province, a Byzantine Ukrainian order of the Eastern rite.   

Manor College offers more than 50 Associate’s, Bachelor’s and Certificate programs in Allied Health, Arts and Sciences, Business and Technology, and Education and Professional Studies to traditional age and adult students. It is America’s only accredited institution of higher education founded by Ukrainian Sisters, the Sisters of Saint Basil the Great.  For information visit www.manor.edu

Holdomor Remembered At Manor College

Holdomor Remembered At Manor College

Future Of The Resume Topic Of Louise Polis

Future Of The Resume Topic Of Louise Polis

By Kate Rainey

Josephs People Central Delaware County (JPCD) welcomes Louise Polis, who will present The Future of the Resume. The program is 7-8:30 p.m., Oct. 2, at Media Presbyterian Churchs Hassler Chapel, 30 E Baltimore Ave., Media, PA 19063. The chapel can be accessed from the Baltimore Avenue side, to the left of the main door, or around back on East Franklin Street, enter the back door and go up the stairs. All are welcome.

The function of a resume is to tell your career story and intrigue the hiring managers attention. For many in the career management world, LinkedIn has more value than the resume. And others say that LinkedIn will replace it altogether. Louise will discuss the use and future of LinkedIn and resumes. She will also address concerns about readability, clarity, brevity, and authenticity.

Bring your paper resume and your questions. Louise will look for those old-school rules and show how to include the new expectations to gain that best-fit job opportunity.

Louise Polis is celebrating 17 years as the owner of Career Pro Resume Center, Inc., in Wynnewood, PA. www.wewriteresumes.com She specializes in people-marketingfor the individual in career transition. Her expertise includes the challenges of return to work parents, entrepreneurs seeking a salaried position, and retirees ready for an encore career. She is a Certified Job and Career Transition Coach, a skilled wordsmith, and a seasoned speaker. Louise has written regularly on job search and resume preparation for many regional publications.

JPCD is a joint program of Media Presbyterian Church and St. Laurence Church in Upper Darby. The group has an active, free forum on LinkedIn, named Josephs People of Central Delaware County-Free Job Search Groupin the LinkedIn directory. To join, send a request and an email will be generated confirming membership.

JPCD is affiliated with Josephs People, a non-profit organization dedicated to helping unemployed and underemployed workers. Local, affiliated chapters provide networking opportunities, guidance and emotional support to job seekers and career changers. For information, send a message through the LinkedIn group listed above, visit www.josephspeople.org or email contactus@josephspeople.org.

Future Of The Resume

TEDxWilmington Includes Horse From Newtown Square

TEDxWilmington Includes Horse From Newtown SquareTEDxWilmington Includes Horse From Newtown Square — A horse from Newtown Square will take the stage, Sept. 27, for the 7th Annual TEDxWilmington Conference.

Actually, the horse reportedly will sit on a beanbag chair, a first-ever for TEDx.

His name is Viton and he is a 20-year-old double registered gelding and two time Pinto Congress Champion. He belongs to Mindy Tatz Chernoff. Ms. Chernoff is a equine specialist and and has spoken before at TEDx.

The conference features 27 speakers from 12 states and four countries. The theme is what to do with the endless flow of ideas in this age of information.

The conference runs from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. and will be at the Figure 8 Barn at Bellevue State Park, 800 Carr Road, Wilmington, DE, 19809.

Tickets are $100 and can be purchased here.

TEDxWilmington Includes Horse From Newtown Square

Ukrainian Food Festival Is Sept. 29

Ukrainian Food Festival Is Sept. 29A Ukrainian Food Festival featuring delicious ethnic foods, music and dancing will be held noon to 5 p.m., Saturday, Sept. 29 at Holy Myrrh-Bearers Church, 900 Fairview Road, Swarthmore, Pa. 19081.

It’s free and includes tours of the historic church.

Food for sale will include pierogies, holubki (stuffed cabbage), halushi (cabbage with noodles), kielbasi, potato pancakes and homemade desserts.

The Kazka Ukrainian Folk Ensemble will perform at 1 p.m. and the Kazka Ukrainian Dancers will take the stage at 3 p.m.

It’s rain or shine and will be a great time.

Ukrainian Food Festival Is Sept. 29

Crozer-Keystone Think Pink

Crozer-Keystone Think Pink

By Lauren Contino

Crozer-Keystone Health System will once again host its popular “Think Pink” events, pairing mammography screenings with a free gift.

Events will be held throughout the months of September and November at various Crozer-Keystone Health System locations.

In addition to receiving a free gift, patients can enjoy free snacks and refreshments when they come for their appointment.

Dates and times are listed below:

Crozer-Chester Medical Center:
1 to 4 p.m. on September 11, September 25, November 13 and November 27

Crozer-Medical Plaza at Brinton Lake
4:30 to 7:30 p.m. on September 19, November 5 and November 20

Media Medical Plaza
4 to 7 p.m. on September 13 and November 6
8 a.m. to noon on September 22 and November 17

Springfield Hospital
4 to 7 p.m. on September 12, September 26, November 14 and November 28

Crozer-Keystone at Broomall
8 a.m. to noon on September 29 and November 10
4 to 7 p.m. on September 18 and November 6

Delaware County Memorial Hospital
8 to 11 a.m. on September 15 and November 10
3 to 7 p.m. on September 25 and November 27

Crozer-Keystone offers state-of-the-art digital mammography and performs over 25,554 mammograms a year, more than any other health system in Delaware County. To register for the “Think Pink” event, call 1-866-5-CK-X-RAY (1-866-525-9729) or visit http://ckimaging.crozerkeystone.org.image008.png

Crozer-Keystone Think Pink

Crozer-Keystone Think Pink

Networking Bingo Featured At JPCD Event

Networking Bingo Featured At JPCD Event

By Kate Rainey

Josephs People of Central Delaware County (JPCD) will present Networking in Action.The program is 7 – 8:30 p.m. , Tuesday, Aug. 21, at St Laurence Parish Hall, 8245 West Chester Pike, Upper Darby, PA  19082. The entrance to Parish Hall is from the rear church driveway off of St. Laurence Road. All are welcome to the free event, without regard to religious affiliation.

Networking BINGO, an interactive game, will be played to make this intimidating skill fun. Bring your adventurous spirit, a firm handshake and your smile to this networking practice session.  

Liza Verzella, CSP and Jan Babikian, PHR & SHRM-CP will present this informative and interactive session. Between the two of them, Verzella and Babikian have worked with local companies and candidates for over three decades. They are eager to share their staffing and networking insights.

JPCD is a joint program of Media Presbyterian Church and St. Laurence Church, Upper Darby and is affiliated with Josephs People, a non-profit organization dedicated to providing guidance and support to unemployed and underemployed workers.

JPCD also has an active, free forum on LinkedIn. To become part of it, search for Josephs People of Central Delaware County-Free Job Search Groupthrough the LinkedIn directory. Send a request to join the group, and an email will be sent to you confirming your membership. Shared on the page are job postings; information about upcoming meetings and events; tips and strategies, to increase the effectiveness of the search; strategies to deal with stress; and success stories from graduateswho share their first-hand experience. For more information, send a message through the LinkedIn group listed above, visit www.josephspeople.org or email contactus@josephspeople.org.

Networking Bingo Featured At JPCD Event

Pennsylvania Leadership Conference King of Prussia Meeting

Pennsylvania Leadership Conference King of Prussia Meeting — This year’s Pennsylvania Leadership Conference October Briefing is Friday, Oct. 26, in King of Prussia, and will feature political commentator Kathy Barnette, Jonathan Williams from the American Legislative Exchange Council (ALEC) co-author of the Rich States/Poor States report, and Republican Lieutenant Gubernatorial candidate Jeff Bartos.

Americans for Prosperity-PA will present a session on effective activism.

The PLC October Briefing is being held for the first time ever outside of Harrisburg and will take place at the Crowne Plaza in King of Prussia. WFYL-AM is co-sponsoring the gathering of conservative activists which will include a morning briefing, noon luncheon, and afternoon seminar.

The afternoon seminar presented by Conversations on the Culture is entitled Issues that Women Care About and will include a keynote speech and panel presentation.

Announcement of the 2019 Pennsylvania Leadership Conferencefeatured speaker will be made during the briefing. The 30thanniversary conference will be held April 5-6, 2019 at the Radisson Penn Harris Convention Center in Camp Hill.

The Pennsylvania Leadership Conference is the premiere gathering of public policy conservatives each year in the Keystone State. It is the largest and longest-running of the state-based conservative conferences regularly attracting a long list of conservative elected officials, scholars, journalists and activists for two days of speeches, panel presentations, workshops and networking.

Registration for seating at the PLC October Briefing is now open at www.paleadershipconference.org.

Hat tip Kim Kennedy.

Pennsylvania Leadership Conference King of Prussia Meeting

Pennsylvania Leadership Conference King of Prussia Meeting

 

Beth Wilson Describes Building A Career Network

Joseph’s People Central Delaware County (JPCD) welcomes Beth Wilson, who will present “Build Your Career Network!” The program is Aug. 7, 7-8:30 p.m. at Media Presbyterian Church’s Hassler Chapel, 30 E. Baltimore Ave., Media, PA 19063.

The chapel can be accessed from the Baltimore Avenue side, to the left of the main door, or around back on E. Franklin Street, enter the back door and go up the stairs. All are welcome, without regard to religious affiliation.

How do you identify those who can move your job search forward? Where can you find local networking opportunities? Are you expanding your contacts by maximizing LinkedIn? Is your request to talk clear and compelling?

Your career network is an invaluable source of information whether you are searching for your next job, managing your current position, considering a career change or seeking further education or volunteer opportunities.

Join us on August 7th to learn a strategy to expand and energize your connections. Hear what to say when you meet someone and how best to follow-up with your contacts. Discuss how to realistically address the challenges we all face in networking!

Beth Ann Wilson, M.Ed., CMF specializes in career transition, direction and management, advising people of all ages from diverse fields and backgrounds. She brings a lifetime’s worth of expertise to her independent career coaching practice that has been built mainly on recommendations from satisfied clients. Before starting her own business 17 years ago, Beth worked for OPTIONS Career and Human Resource Consulting and conducted career transition workshops for Right Management on an adjunct basis. Professionally recognized as a Board certified Career Management Fellow from the Institute of Career Certification International, Beth has held leadership roles in global and local professional associations. She serves on the Steering Committee of Joseph’s People Central Delaware County.

JPCD is a joint program of Media Presbyterian Church and St. Laurence Church in Upper Darby. The group has an active, free forum on LinkedIn, named “Joseph’s People of Central Delaware County-Free Job Search Group” in the LinkedIn directory. To join, send a request and an email will be generated confirming membership.

JPCD is affiliated with Joseph’s People, a non-profit organization dedicated to helping unemployed and underemployed workers. Local, affiliated chapters provide networking opportunities, guidance and emotional support to job seekers and career changers. For more information, send a message through the LinkedIn group listed above, visit www.josephspeople.org or email contactus@josephspeople.org.

Beth Wilson Describes Building A Career Network

Beth Wilson Describes Building A Career Network