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Tuesday Morning Networking Hike at Rancho San Antonio

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A fun group of people who meet every Tuesday morning at Rancho San Antonio in Cupertino (off Hwy 280 & 85) for an early morning networking hike. It’s a terrific way to keep fit and meet interesting people at the same time. This is a particularly good group for people who may be in career transition mode because of the group’s philosophy of mutual support, the power of networking and a group hike! We are finished by 8:30 am, (finished by 8:00 during daylight savings time), so you can get on with your day and feel fantastic because you have had a great workout. We hope you can join us soon!

Google map location of specific meeting point: https://goo.gl/maps/nVWD6Cr1iNSPjmPSA

Hiking Route – Trail map: https://www.alltrails.com/explore/map/map–130977?u=i

What to bring

Dress in layers
Sturdy hiking shoes
Water
Great attitude and your winning smile!

DETAILED HIKE SUMMARY:

DESTINATION: Rancho San Antonio Preserve

DATE: Every Tuesday Morning
TOTAL LENGTH: 4.6 miles
ELEVATION GAIN: 560 feet
START TIME: 7:00 AM
FINISH TIME: 8:30 AM
DIFFICULTY: Moderate

Please consider your physical condition and make sure you are able to handle difficult-level hike of this length and altitude gain.
Further information on Rancho San Antonio Preserve at URL: https://www.openspace.org/preserves/rancho-san-antonio

Route Description:

Starting from parking lot, across from the bathrooms follow the Meadow Lower Trail.
Continue on Meadow Lower Trail and turn right on the Service Rd towards the Farm.
After the Farm, turn Left onto Wild Cat Canyon Trail.
Sharp right onto High Meadow Trail to top of the hill.
At the junction of High Meadow and Wild Cat Trail, turn left to the vista point.
10 minutes break.
Return to the High Meadow and Wild Cat Loop Trail.
Veer slightly right to head down the Wild Cat Loop Trail.
At the bottom of the hill, turn right onto Rogue Valley Trail.
Continue on Meadow Lower Trail to starting point.

Hollis Roberts - Know (And Share) Your Value!

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Overview of topic:
We all know job search is a sales job and the product you are selling is you. But do you know how to sell yourself? Why would a company buy you by offering you a job? In this presentation you will learn -

  • How to sell yourself during a job search
  • Instead of sharing your job history – share the value you bring to organization
  • How to know and build your value statement
  • Using your value statement on your resume, LinkedIn profile, and in person

Speaker’s bio:
Hollis is a Career Path Coach and Resume Writer. Whether you’re looking for your first job, a career change, or returning to the workforce, Hollis will help you find "your place" and "your thing." Her goal is to help you articulate who you are, what you want, and your unique value so you can confidently connect with the RIGHT careers and companies. You are capable of creating a meaningful, successful career path!

Hollis is a career changer herself. Before becoming a Career Path Coach, Hollis was a marketer for Fortune 500 clients including McDonald's, Sam's Club, Railey's, and Greystar Property Management. She re-purposes this experience to help job seekers and career changers market themselves towards their ideal career.

Meeting agenda:
10:15-10:30 Small group networking for early arrivals
10:30-10:45 Welcome remark and announcement
10:45-11:00 Small group networking
11:00-12:00 Speaker introduction / presentation
12:00-12:30 Q&A / open networking

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Tuesday Morning Networking Hike at Rancho San Antonio

Needs a location

A fun group of people who meet every Tuesday morning at Rancho San Antonio in Cupertino (off Hwy 280 & 85) for an early morning networking hike. It’s a terrific way to keep fit and meet interesting people at the same time. This is a particularly good group for people who may be in career transition mode because of the group’s philosophy of mutual support, the power of networking and a group hike! We are finished by 8:30 am, (finished by 8:00 during daylight savings time), so you can get on with your day and feel fantastic because you have had a great workout. We hope you can join us soon!

Google map location of specific meeting point: https://goo.gl/maps/nVWD6Cr1iNSPjmPSA

Hiking Route – Trail map: https://www.alltrails.com/explore/map/map–130977?u=i

What to bring

Dress in layers
Sturdy hiking shoes
Water
Great attitude and your winning smile!

DETAILED HIKE SUMMARY:

DESTINATION: Rancho San Antonio Preserve

DATE: Every Tuesday Morning
TOTAL LENGTH: 4.6 miles
ELEVATION GAIN: 560 feet
START TIME: 7:00 AM
FINISH TIME: 8:30 AM
DIFFICULTY: Moderate

Please consider your physical condition and make sure you are able to handle difficult-level hike of this length and altitude gain.
Further information on Rancho San Antonio Preserve at URL: https://www.openspace.org/preserves/rancho-san-antonio

Route Description:

Starting from parking lot, across from the bathrooms follow the Meadow Lower Trail.
Continue on Meadow Lower Trail and turn right on the Service Rd towards the Farm.
After the Farm, turn Left onto Wild Cat Canyon Trail.
Sharp right onto High Meadow Trail to top of the hill.
At the junction of High Meadow and Wild Cat Trail, turn left to the vista point.
10 minutes break.
Return to the High Meadow and Wild Cat Loop Trail.
Veer slightly right to head down the Wild Cat Loop Trail.
At the bottom of the hill, turn right onto Rogue Valley Trail.
Continue on Meadow Lower Trail to starting point.

Tuesday Morning Networking Hike at Rancho San Antonio

Needs a location

A fun group of people who meet every Tuesday morning at Rancho San Antonio in Cupertino (off Hwy 280 & 85) for an early morning networking hike. It’s a terrific way to keep fit and meet interesting people at the same time. This is a particularly good group for people who may be in career transition mode because of the group’s philosophy of mutual support, the power of networking and a group hike! We are finished by 8:30 am, (finished by 8:00 during daylight savings time), so you can get on with your day and feel fantastic because you have had a great workout. We hope you can join us soon!

Google map location of specific meeting point: https://goo.gl/maps/nVWD6Cr1iNSPjmPSA

Hiking Route – Trail map: https://www.alltrails.com/explore/map/map–130977?u=i

What to bring

Dress in layers
Sturdy hiking shoes
Water
Great attitude and your winning smile!

DETAILED HIKE SUMMARY:

DESTINATION: Rancho San Antonio Preserve

DATE: Every Tuesday Morning
TOTAL LENGTH: 4.6 miles
ELEVATION GAIN: 560 feet
START TIME: 7:00 AM
FINISH TIME: 8:30 AM
DIFFICULTY: Moderate

Please consider your physical condition and make sure you are able to handle difficult-level hike of this length and altitude gain.
Further information on Rancho San Antonio Preserve at URL: https://www.openspace.org/preserves/rancho-san-antonio

Route Description:

Starting from parking lot, across from the bathrooms follow the Meadow Lower Trail.
Continue on Meadow Lower Trail and turn right on the Service Rd towards the Farm.
After the Farm, turn Left onto Wild Cat Canyon Trail.
Sharp right onto High Meadow Trail to top of the hill.
At the junction of High Meadow and Wild Cat Trail, turn left to the vista point.
10 minutes break.
Return to the High Meadow and Wild Cat Loop Trail.
Veer slightly right to head down the Wild Cat Loop Trail.
At the bottom of the hill, turn right onto Rogue Valley Trail.
Continue on Meadow Lower Trail to starting point.

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