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Sep
22
Fri
Leadership Training for Managers (3 Day) @ Best Western Heritage Inn
Sep 22 @ 9:00 am – 5:00 pm

The business world has changed! Instead of pushing people to achieve, successful leaders pull people to succeed, requiring a new skill set to make it to the top. Learn how to stop managing and start leading, to play a vital part in your organization’s future. A good manager is not always a good leader.

Language:English

Leadership Training for Managers (3-Day) @ Best Western Heritage Inn
Sep 22 @ 9:00 am – 5:00 pm

The business world has changed! Instead of pushing people to achieve, successful leaders pull people to succeed, requiring a new skill set to make it to the top. Learn how to stop managing and start leading, to play a vital part in your organization’s future. A good manager is not always a good leader.

Sep
23
Sat
H&R Block Career Fair @ H&R Block
Sep 23 @ 6:18 pm – 7:18 pm

H&R Block Begins Seasonal Hiring Process

Career fair scheduled in Modesto starting on September 19th

Modesto, CA – H&R Block (NYSE: HRB) will be hosting a career fair for applicants interested in joining its 70,000-strong workforce. Interested applicants can learn more about the company and the positions it offers, including and beyond the tax desk.

The global consumer tax services provider will hold its annual Modesto area career fairs at our office located at 2720 McHenry on the following dates and times:

  • September 19th from 11am until 7pm 
  • September 23rd from 10am- 5pm  
  • September 29th from 9am- 1pm

H&R Block’s local offices will be hiring for a variety of seasonal positions, including office managers, customer service representatives and tax professionals for next tax season. Applicants should bring a résumé, as interviews will be conducted on-site. Bilingual candidates are also encouraged to attend.

“Whether serving in a client services role or the role of a tax preparer, our seasonal associates are the face of H&R Block,” said Sara Riddle, District General Manager for H&R Block.

Office positions offer flexible schedules, bonus potential and opportunity for advancement. Applicants should enjoy working with others and be eager to help people.

“We’re looking for people who can deliver outstanding client service, and lead and develop people,” Riddle said. “For our tax professionals, we want someone who can provide outstanding client service, communicate effectively and work independently, but also as part of a team.”

For more information, visit www.hrblock.com/careers or call 800-HRBLOCK.

 

Sep
26
Tue
Dale Carnegie Course: Skills for Success (Modesto) @ Modesto Chamber of Commerce
Sep 26 @ 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm

You’ll learn to strengthen interpersonal relationships, manage stress and handle fast-changing workplace conditions. You’ll be better equipped to perform as a persuasive communicator, problem-solver and focused leader. And you’ll develop a take-charge attitude initiated with confidence and enthusiasm.

Language:English

Sep
28
Thu
Dale Carnegie: Skills for Success (Stockton) @ Best Western Heritage Inn
Sep 28 @ 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm

You’ll learn to strengthen interpersonal relationships, manage stress and handle fast-changing workplace conditions. You’ll be better equipped to perform as a persuasive communicator, problem-solver and focused leader. And you’ll develop a take-charge attitude initiated with confidence and enthusiasm.

Language:English

Sep
29
Fri
Leadership Training for Managers (3 Day) @ Best Western Heritage Inn
Sep 29 @ 9:00 am – 5:00 pm

The business world has changed! Instead of pushing people to achieve, successful leaders pull people to succeed, requiring a new skill set to make it to the top. Learn how to stop managing and start leading, to play a vital part in your organization’s future. A good manager is not always a good leader.

Language:English

Leadership Training for Managers (3-Day) @ Best Western Heritage Inn
Sep 29 @ 9:00 am – 5:00 pm

The business world has changed! Instead of pushing people to achieve, successful leaders pull people to succeed, requiring a new skill set to make it to the top. Learn how to stop managing and start leading, to play a vital part in your organization’s future. A good manager is not always a good leader.

H&R Block Career Fair @ H&R Block
Sep 29 @ 6:18 pm – 7:18 pm

H&R Block Begins Seasonal Hiring Process

Career fair scheduled in Modesto starting on September 19th

Modesto, CA – H&R Block (NYSE: HRB) will be hosting a career fair for applicants interested in joining its 70,000-strong workforce. Interested applicants can learn more about the company and the positions it offers, including and beyond the tax desk.

The global consumer tax services provider will hold its annual Modesto area career fairs at our office located at 2720 McHenry on the following dates and times:

  • September 19th from 11am until 7pm 
  • September 23rd from 10am- 5pm  
  • September 29th from 9am- 1pm

H&R Block’s local offices will be hiring for a variety of seasonal positions, including office managers, customer service representatives and tax professionals for next tax season. Applicants should bring a résumé, as interviews will be conducted on-site. Bilingual candidates are also encouraged to attend.

“Whether serving in a client services role or the role of a tax preparer, our seasonal associates are the face of H&R Block,” said Sara Riddle, District General Manager for H&R Block.

Office positions offer flexible schedules, bonus potential and opportunity for advancement. Applicants should enjoy working with others and be eager to help people.

“We’re looking for people who can deliver outstanding client service, and lead and develop people,” Riddle said. “For our tax professionals, we want someone who can provide outstanding client service, communicate effectively and work independently, but also as part of a team.”

For more information, visit www.hrblock.com/careers or call 800-HRBLOCK.

 

Sep
30
Sat
Fix-It Fest @ San Joaquin County Fairgrounds
Sep 30 @ 10:00 am – 4:00 pm

Auto mishaps such as dents, dings, and chips are a driver’s nemesis, as they happen all too frequently and often come with hefty repair prices. Stockton Business owner, Earl “Sticks” Brown, however, is offering a solution to this problem that will benefit the community in more ways than one.


Brown’s company, Radiant Ride, will be hosting its second annual Fix-It-Fest at the Stockton Auto Show on Saturday, September 30th, at which complimentary cosmetic repairs will be provided for show goers. On hand will be various SMART (Small, Medium, Automotive Repair Techniques) Technicians who specialize in the gamut of cosmetic repairs, including Paint Dent Repair (PDR), curbed wheel repair, windshield chips, leather rips & tears, interior stains and headlight restoration.


But the giving doesn’t stop there. In a continued charitable effort, this year Radiant Ride will be donating all raised proceeds directly to United Way of San Joaquin. If you plan on attending the Stockton Auto Show this month, you are invited to pre-register for the 2nd Annual Radiant Ride Fix-It Fest. To do so, visit the company’s website: www.RadiantRide.com/fixitfest.


About the company:
Founded in 2013, Radiant Ride was a finalist in the 2014 San Joaquin Entrepreneur Challenge. Since its launch, the company has grown throughout the Central Valley partnering with auto dealerships from Sacramento to Fresno. Radiant Ride provides complete automotive appearance package for new car buyers as part of the financing package, and partners with a network of dealerships and mobile restoration specialist to deliver convenient customer service.


In addition to providing the ultimate peace of mind against cosmetic repairs, Radiant Ride’s charitable and innovative business practices have led to it becoming a recognized friend to the community and environment alike.

Contact: Earl Brown
Radiant Ride
209-601-3402
sticksbrown@sbcglobal.net
WWW.RADIANTRIDE.COM

Oct
6
Fri
Leadership Training for Managers (3 Day) @ Best Western Heritage Inn
Oct 6 @ 9:00 am – 5:00 pm

The business world has changed! Instead of pushing people to achieve, successful leaders pull people to succeed, requiring a new skill set to make it to the top. Learn how to stop managing and start leading, to play a vital part in your organization’s future. A good manager is not always a good leader.

Language:English