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Upcoming Community Events and Causes

Youth Focus, Inc. hosts 4th Annual Casino Night
We are betting on the future…the Youth of California. Youth Focus Inc. is hosting a casino night on Friday, October 6th at The History Club of Los Gatos to raise money for scholarships, contributing to more than nine different scholarship competitions throughout the year. Your ticket price includes $50 in gaming chips which will be used to purchase raffle tickets for amazing prizes, and a free entry into the door prize raffle, plus an hors d’oeuvres buffet. Prizes include (but not limited to) an iPad Air, 13” MacBook Pro with Retina Display, and (2) tickets to a 2017 San Francisco 49ers home game at Levi’s Stadium!!! (Prizes subject to change) There will also host a No Limit Texas Hold ‘Em tournament, where the winner will receive an iPad, and the coveted poker champion bracelet. For more information and to purchase tickets visit youthfocusinc.org and click on “Tickets.”

This week’s featured 60 Seconds on South Bay interviews

Performing Arts for All Professions
STEM is the biggest four-letter word in our Valley today. If you want to thrive in your career, you need to know Science, Technology, Engineering and Math. Youth Focus likes to add a letter to STEM – A for the Arts! Executive Director Dan Lansford tells how the performing arts can help even the geekiest geek get ahead, and why Youth Focus helps students learn them. Youth they have helped are performing on big stages all over the USA, from the Bay Area to Broadway. Learn how you can help Youth Focus help kids get ahead in life.

Where’s Your Job? Listen and Learn
We hear a lot about tech firms and minority hiring lately: far too few women and minorities are finding success in Silicon Valley technology companies. Black Chamber President Carl Davis, Jr. says that can and should change. The Chamber has programs in place and in planning stages to help minorities get those jobs.

 

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