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JOB FORUM FOR THOSE OUT OF WORK Feb 27...10,575 PEOPLE SIGNED PETITION
Release Date: February 09, 2014

NEW JOB OPPORTUNITIES IN WESTCHESTER: FEBRUARY 27, 2014--10:30 TO NOON AT GREENBURGH LIBRARY  A FREE FORUM
  Over  5 years ago I formed a job club. Every few days I share job openings that I learn of with people who subscribe to the e list. If you are out of work and want to receive e mail alerts about jobs please e mail me at pfeiner@greenburghny.com. If you know of job openings that I can share with neighbors who are currently out of work, please e mail me that info. I will be happy to share the information with those people looking for work.  I also post job openings on linkedin.com (greenburgh jobs group) and on my facebook pages.

  We are holding our 5th forum for people who are out of work ---these forums are designed to provide tips that could help people find work.  The next forum will be held on February 27th at the Greenburgh library.


Our speakers will focus on the variety of opportunities, requirements, respective skills needed to help candidates be better prepared as applicants, hints for career changers and how to apply for positions in this field. Speakers include: Robert Cioffi, CEO, Progressive Computing, Inc. Mr. Cioffi is president of a computer consulting and network design and maintenance firm which serves clients in Westchester County and Manhattan.  We are pleased that he will be speaking about the job opportunities and skills needed to be a successful applicant in the IT industry.

Faculty members and administrators from Westchester Community College, including Dennis Ramos, Associate Professor, Computer Science, along with Jeanne Maloney, Director of Special Projects and Judith Kelson Director, Mainstream will speak about what skills you can learn at the College, what job titles you can prepare for by taking the courses/programs offered and how to get started if you want to.
Thursday, February 27, 2014
10:30 AM - 12 Noon
Greenburgh Public Library
300 Tarrytown Road, Elmsford, NY  10523
721-8200
To register or for further information, contact  Lenore Rosenbaum Director of WJCS Women-Helping-Women   914-761-0600 ext. 308

Sponsored by
WJCS Women-Helping-Women...Greenburgh Public Library...Geenburgh Town Supervisor Paul Feiner


UPDATE --efforts to name Tappan Zee bridge for Pete Seeger  (10,575 people have signed petition supporting proposal)
  Shortly after Pete Seeger passed away I proposed that the Tappan Zee bridge be named for Pete Seeger. Two Pete Seeger admirers, independent of me, created  separate on line petitions on change.org. supporting the name change. One of the petitions had collected 9056 signatures by Sunday afternoon. The other: 1519 signatures. Pete Seeger's family also supports the naming of the bridge for Pete---who was among the first to fight for a cleaner river. Pete Seeger was a terrific grass roots activist. The petition/name change effort is an unorganized grass roots effort --more people are signing on daily.
  Another suggestion: An outdoor museum along the bikeway/walking path that will be built on the new Tappan Zee bridge. Historical markers could be placed along the bridge walkway highlighting the history of the Hudson River cleanup. the markers could honor Pete Seeger's contributions and the contributions of many others: former Congressmen Richard Ottinger, Ogden Reid, Riverkeeper, Clearwater. The outdoor museum/markers could also include a call for action --encouraging people to take specific action steps that could make the Hudson River even cleaner in the future.
  
www.change.org/.../gov-cuomo-name-the-new-tappan-zee-bridge-for-pete- seeger

www.change.org/.../new-york-governor-andrew-cuomo-name-the-new- tappan-zee-bridge-after-pete-seeger
PAUL FEINER





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