CAP Candidate Training Academy — Citizens Alliance of Pennsylvania is holding a one-day Candidate Training Academy for those seeking to run in the 2022 primary election.
It’s Jan. 8 in Camp Hill.
The intensive session is for anyone interested in learning what it takes to run a viable campaign and become a citizen legislator. Attendees will be taught how to fundraise, effectively use of social media, craft a campaign message among other things.
Connecting Local Employers With Job Seekers — Joseph’s People – Delaware County Chapters will hold a virtual program on 7-8 p.m., Nov. 9 “Connecting Local Employers, Skills and Job Seekers”
Presenter is Gwendolyn Brown, the Workforce Initiatives Manager for Goodwill’s Job Resource Center in Lansdowne. Gwen has been in Workforce Development for Goodwill for six years in Workforce Development and is a Certified Life Coach and Certified Business Engagement Professional.
Gwen grew up in Philadelphia, then lived 11 years in North Carolina where she wrote a monologue that made it into a production.
The Job Resource Center of Goodwill of Delaware and Delaware County collaborates with employers and job seekers to create accessibility to successful opportunities. Through the combined efforts of their employment services and placement programs, Goodwill connected over 700 job seekers to employers in 2020. The Job Resource Center’s digital literacy programs equip job seekers to move into better positions in government agencies, healthcare, retail and more.
To receive access to the Tuesday, November 9th Zoom presentation one must:
2) Place “Connecting Local Employers, Skills and Job Seekers” in the Subject line of your e-mail.
Directions on how to participate will be e-mailed Nov. 8
Joseph’s People is 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. All are welcome to this free event, without regard to religious affiliation. For information, visit www.JosephsPeople.org or email contactus@JosephsPeople.org
Zoom Workshop Addresses Job Concerns — Joseph’s People – Delaware County Chapters will hold a virtual workshop “Should I Stay or Should I Go?”7 p.m. to 8 p.m., Tuesday, Oct. 12.
– Trying to decide whether it is time to leave your job and seek greener pastures?
– Looking for a job but considering changing industries or fields?
– Seeking a job but want to make sure it’s a good fit?
Then join us for this session with Sue Kaiden, author/editor of Find Your Fit: A Practical Guide to Landing a Job You’ll Love. Currently employed by the Association of Talent Management (ATD),
Sue has served as a chapter leader and board member for Joseph’s People.
During the session you will learn
– Key questions to ask yourself before leaving a job
– Warning signs that your job is a bad fit
– Important factors to consider to make sure your new job is right for you
– Issues to think about before leaving an industry or field
– How the pandemic may have changed your goals or relationship with work
To join the Zoom presentation you must E-mail your intention to attend this meeting to Ernie.Russom@JosephsPeople.org and place “Should I Stay or Should I Go?” in the Subject line of your e-mail.
Directions on how to participate will be e-mailed October 11.
Joseph’s People is 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. All are welcome to thisfree event, without regard to religious affiliation. For more information, visit www.JosephsPeople.org or email contactus@JosephsPeople.org
Leah Hoopes Speaker At Bannon Rally In Bradford County — Leah Hoopes, the principled Delco poll watcher upon whom we have written much, will be among the speakers at the Rally To Save The Republic, Grassroots PA Unite, Saturday, July 10, at the event grounds of Bradford County Commissioner Doug McLinko, 1167 Red Rock Road, Wysox, Pa. 18854.
Gates Open at 9 a.m. with rally starting at 11 a.m., rain or shine, with the National Anthem. Keynote speaker is Steve Bannon. Speaking along with Steve and Leah, will be Sam Faddis, a retired CIA officer, now commentator on intelligence matters; March Finchem, a retired law enforcement officer now serving in the Arizona House and running for Secretary of State of Arizona; Debbie Dooley of Georgia who is national coordinator of Tea Party Patriots, and involved in the scrutiny of the questionable elections in The Peach State; Rick Crump of Kinetic Faith; and Tabitha Valleau of Free Pa.
The event is free. Food will be available and security will be provided. Donnie Malliband will provide music.
Leah Hoopes Speaker At Bannon Rally In Bradford County
Elana Fishbein Will Speak At Delco Conservatives — The Delco Conservatives will host Dr. Elana Fishbein, founder of No Left Turn in Education, as this month’s speaker, 5:30 p.m., July 1 at Gatsby’s Bar & Grill, 4936, Pennell Road, Aston, Pa. 19014.
She will describe how education is becoming tainted with historical revisionism based on distortions and lies, political correctness, and the outright rejection of values which have long been at the core of the American experience.
Also, Mike Ciach, who is the Republican State Committeeman in Delaware County, will explain what it means to be a State Committeeman (or Committeewoman) and why voting in the Primary is important.
Also, Ruth Moton will explain how to become a poll watcher and provide information on a class she will be teaching, and Leah Hoopes will be explaining “Right to Know” and “Freedom of Information Act”.
Links about voting, the election, “No Left Turn”, “1776 Patriot Pac”, “Audit The Vote PA”, and more, as well as information about current, local candidates can be found www.delcoconservatives.com. Click on “resources” at the top of the home page or just click here.
Interested citizens can also use the contact at the bottom of the resources page request research into specific area or additional links.
Delco Conservatives meet the first Thursday of every month at Gatsby’s. Come grab a drink and a bite to eat while you are there, support local!
HMB Slavic Food Fest Saturday — The Great Community Outdoor Flea/Craft Market and Takeout Slavic Food Festival is Saturday, June 12, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., at Holy Myrrh-Bearers Church, 900 Fairview Road, Swarthmore, Pa. 19081 (Ridley Township).
It’s rain or shine but as of Wednesday it looks like it is going to be shine according to wunderground.com so come for great deals and great eats.