• BoulderNet - Scott Sternberg, Executive Director, Boulder Economic Council

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    This meeting will be online (via Zoom) only. See Zoom info below.

    Scott Sternberg is the Executive Director of the Boulder Economic Council (https://bouldereconomiccouncil.org) and Associate Vice President for Economic Vitality. He holds significant leadership experience in international business, entrepreneurial startup ventures, and research technology development. He most recently served as President of Vaisala Inc., a manufacturer of professional weather and industrial environmental sensors, systems and solutions. Prior to his initial employment and escalating roles within Vaisala, Scott worked to position the venture capital backed Photometrics for sale to Roper Technologies, where he then worked for a number of years to build their portfolio of digital imaging companies. Aside from his direct business experience, Scott has been actively engaged throughout his career in service to economic development, technology transfer and environmental sustainability goals. He was Chair of the Board of Directors for CO-LABS, helping to position the organization as both a strong advocate for federal research investment and a true partner in the conversion of scientific findings into business enterprise. He also served on the Board of Trustees for the University Corporation for Atmospheric Research (UCAR) and currently sits on the External Advisory Board for the School of Global Environmental Sustainability at Colorado State University.

    Those attending will have the opportunity to introduce themselves and their job search goals and target companies. Constructive feedback, resources, leads, referrals and encouragement from all attending will be encouraged.

    We recommend RSVPing at https://www.meetup.com/BoulderNet-Meetup. RSVPing will help you network which can be very important for your job search.

    If you'd rather not RSVP for the meeting, you can go directly to https://zoom.us/j/95748490529?pwd=Z0g2dFdtRzhabm1JRFBrNEpmVWF1dz09.
    Passcode: 123, Meeting ID:[masked]

    BoulderNet is free and open to the public. The 1st and 3rd Thursdays of the month we provide networking time and a speaker who will address topics pertinent to job seekers.

    Thank you to our sponsor: Thriive (yes, two "i"s) Coaching & Consulting and Dan Wegner, https://thriivegroup.com , http://www.linkedIn.com/in/DanWegner1 ,[masked], [masked]

    If you have any questions, feel free to contact one of us:
    Don Parcher[masked], don@checklists.com, helping since 2012
    Trent Tucker[masked], ttincolo@gmail.com, helping since 2016
    Lauren Locke -[masked] - lalocke22@gmail.com, helping since COVID-19 times
    Hari Baumbach - info@haribaumbach.com, helping since 2021
    Gordon Gray, Michael Sobczak and John Scheunemann are currently inactive.

  • BoulderNet 1st & 3rd Thursdays of the month Networking Meeting

    Needs a location

    The 1st and 3rd Thursdays of the month we provide networking time and a speaker who will address topics pertinent to job seekers.

    BoulderNet is Free and Open to the Public.

    Welcome!

    Added info about BoulderNet meetings:

    Meeting is from 9 - 11:15 AM.

    Web Site: http://www.meetup.com/BoulderNet-Meetup/

    Those attending will have the opportunity to introduce themselves and their job search goals and target companies. Constructive feedback, resources, leads, referrals and encouragement from all attending will be encouraged.

    Cost: Free and open to the public. When we resume in-person meetings we suggest a donation of $1 or more to help give back to Mt. View church, our gracious host, and with coffee/tea costs.

    Thank you to our sponsor: Thriive (yes, two "i"s) Coaching & Consulting and Dan Wegner, https://thriivegroup.com , http://www.linkedIn.com/in/DanWegner1 ,[masked], [masked]

    When we resume in-person meetings, easiest directions: From Foothills Parkway: West on Baseline, left/south on Mohawk Drive (2nd traffic light), go about one-half mile then left on Sioux Drive (right after the elementary school), go one block, the church is on your left (at the corner of Pawnee and Sioux).

    If you have any questions please call or email:

    Gordon Gray [masked]), [masked] ,

    Don Parcher [masked]), [masked]

    Trent Tucker [masked]), [masked]

    Emilio Ramirez [masked]), [masked]

    John Scheunemann[masked]), [masked]

    Michael Sobczak [masked]), [masked]

    See you there!

  • BoulderNet job search networking & presentation

    Link visible for attendees

    The 1st and 3rd Thursdays of each month (unless New Year's Day or the 4th of July or another event gets in the way) we provide networking time and a speaker who will address topics pertinent to job seekers. During COVID-19 we are meeting online via Zoom.

    BoulderNet is free and open to the public.

    All are welcome! We encourage serious job seekers!

    Added info about BoulderNet meetings:

    Meetings are from 9 to approx. 11:15 a.m.

    Web Site: http://www.meetup.com/BoulderNet-Meetup/

    All attendees will have the opportunity to introduce themselves
    and their job search goals and target companies. Constructive feedback, resources, leads, referrals and encouragement from all attending will be encouraged.

    Cost: Free and open to the public. When we resume in-person meetings we suggest a donation of $1 or more to help give back to Mt. View church, our gracious host, and with coffee/tea costs.

    Thank you to our sponsor: Thriive (yes, two "i"s) Coaching & Consulting and Dan Wegner, https://thriivegroup.com , http://www.linkedIn.com/in/DanWegner1 ,[masked], [masked]

    When we resume in-person meetings, easiest directions: From Foothills Parkway: West on Baseline, left/south on Mohawk Drive (2nd traffic light), go about one-half mile then left on Sioux Drive (right after the elementary school), go one block, the church is on your left (at the corner of Pawnee and Sioux).

    All attendees will have the opportunity to introduce themselves
    and their job search goals and target companies. Constructive feedback, resources, leads, referrals and encouragement from all attending will be encouraged.

    If you have any questions, feel free to contact one of us:

    Gordon Gray[masked], [masked],
    helping since 2009

    John Scheunemann[masked], [masked],
    helping since 2010

    Don Parcher[masked], [masked],
    helping since 2012

    Trent Tucker[masked], [masked],
    helping since 2016

    Michael Sobczak[masked], [masked],
    helping since 2009

    See you there!

  • BoulderNet 1st & 3rd Thursdays of the month Networking Meeting

    Needs a location

    The 1st and 3rd Thursdays of the month we provide networking time and a speaker who will address topics pertinent to job seekers.

    BoulderNet is Free and Open to the Public.

    Welcome!

    Added info about BoulderNet meetings:

    Meeting is from 9 - 11:15 AM.

    Web Site: http://www.meetup.com/BoulderNet-Meetup/

    Those attending will have the opportunity to introduce themselves and their job search goals and target companies. Constructive feedback, resources, leads, referrals and encouragement from all attending will be encouraged.

    Cost: Free and open to the public. When we resume in-person meetings we suggest a donation of $1 or more to help give back to Mt. View church, our gracious host, and with coffee/tea costs.

    Thank you to our sponsor: Thriive (yes, two "i"s) Coaching & Consulting and Dan Wegner, https://thriivegroup.com , http://www.linkedIn.com/in/DanWegner1 ,[masked], [masked]

    When we resume in-person meetings, easiest directions: From Foothills Parkway: West on Baseline, left/south on Mohawk Drive (2nd traffic light), go about one-half mile then left on Sioux Drive (right after the elementary school), go one block, the church is on your left (at the corner of Pawnee and Sioux).

    If you have any questions please call or email:

    Gordon Gray [masked]), [masked] ,

    Don Parcher [masked]), [masked]

    Trent Tucker [masked]), [masked]

    Emilio Ramirez [masked]), [masked]

    John Scheunemann[masked]), [masked]

    Michael Sobczak [masked]), [masked]

    See you there!

  • BoulderNet job search networking & presentation

    Link visible for attendees

    The 1st and 3rd Thursdays of each month (unless New Year's Day or the 4th of July or another event gets in the way) we provide networking time and a speaker who will address topics pertinent to job seekers. During COVID-19 we are meeting online via Zoom.

    BoulderNet is free and open to the public.

    All are welcome! We encourage serious job seekers!

    Added info about BoulderNet meetings:

    Meetings are from 9 to approx. 11:15 a.m.

    Web Site: http://www.meetup.com/BoulderNet-Meetup/

    All attendees will have the opportunity to introduce themselves
    and their job search goals and target companies. Constructive feedback, resources, leads, referrals and encouragement from all attending will be encouraged.

    Cost: Free and open to the public. When we resume in-person meetings we suggest a donation of $1 or more to help give back to Mt. View church, our gracious host, and with coffee/tea costs.

    Thank you to our sponsor: Thriive (yes, two "i"s) Coaching & Consulting and Dan Wegner, https://thriivegroup.com , http://www.linkedIn.com/in/DanWegner1 ,[masked], [masked]

    When we resume in-person meetings, easiest directions: From Foothills Parkway: West on Baseline, left/south on Mohawk Drive (2nd traffic light), go about one-half mile then left on Sioux Drive (right after the elementary school), go one block, the church is on your left (at the corner of Pawnee and Sioux).

    All attendees will have the opportunity to introduce themselves
    and their job search goals and target companies. Constructive feedback, resources, leads, referrals and encouragement from all attending will be encouraged.

    If you have any questions, feel free to contact one of us:

    Gordon Gray[masked], [masked],
    helping since 2009

    John Scheunemann[masked], [masked],
    helping since 2010

    Don Parcher[masked], [masked],
    helping since 2012

    Trent Tucker[masked], [masked],
    helping since 2016

    Michael Sobczak[masked], [masked],
    helping since 2009

    See you there!

  • Congressman Joe Neguse -- Discusses the Path Forward

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    Congressman Joe Neguse is to discuss the Build Back Better Act/Plan and the bipartisan Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act as well -- both especially from a jobs creation perspective. And we are planning to have ample time for questions and answers with the Congressman.

    Congressman Joe Neguse represents Colorado’s 2nd District in the U.S. House of Representatives, being elected in 2018. He is the first African-American member of Congress in Colorado history. He serves on many House committees and subcommittees, including Judiciary, Natural Resources, and Climate Crisis, National Parks, Forests and Public Lands, and Immigration and Citizenship.

    We recommend RSVP'ing for this meeting to help facilitate
    your important job search networking. To RSVP, click on the red
    "Attend online" button at the bottom right and follow the prompts.

    Added background about Congressman Neguse --

    Representative Neguse was recognized as the most bipartisan member of Colorado’s congressional delegation by the McCourt School of Public Policy at Georgetown University, and received the “Spirit of Service” award from the Town Hall Project for his successful Service Town Hall initiative. During his first term in Congress, he introduced more legislation than any freshman lawmaker in the country, and has had more legislation signed into law by the President than any member of Colorado’s congressional delegation. The Center for Effective Lawmaking recently ranked Congressman Neguse among the top 10 most effective lawmakers in Congress, including as the most effective for legislation on public lands.

    Before his election, Rep. Neguse served in the Governor of Colorado's Cabinet as the Executive Director of Colorado's consumer protection agency, achieving key victories in the recovery of millions of dollars for consumers, championing legislation to combat financial fraud against seniors, and the launching the state’s first online filing system for civil rights discrimination complaints. Previously Rep. Neguse was elected to represent Colorado’s 2nd District on the University of Colorado Board of Regents, where he served a six-year term fighting to make higher education more affordable and accessible and building consensus on tough issues such as lowering student health insurance costs, increase wages for the University’s lowest paid workers and making voter registration more accessible to students. He also worked in the Colorado House of Representatives, as a Commissioner at Boulder Housing Partners and co-founded New Era Colorado, the state’s largest youth voter registration and mobilization non-profit. He received his B.S.
    in Political Science and Economics from the University of Colorado-Boulder, where he graduated summa cum laude, and received his J.D. from the University of Colorado School of Law. Representative Neguse and his wife Andrea live in Lafayette, where they are raising their young daughter, Natalie.

    Congressman Joe Neguse’s parents immigrated to the United States more than forty years ago from Eritrea. As hardworking immigrants and naturalized citizens, they never forgot nor took for granted the freedom and opportunities the United States gave them and their children. Their experience motivated Representative Neguse to be an active participant in our democracy at an early age, and to give back through public service. Rep. Neguse's public service is rooted in his firm belief that we should be expanding—not restricting—opportunities for all Americans, and he has spent his career doing the same.

    Those attending will have the opportunity to introduce themselves and their job search goals and target companies. Constructive feedback, resources, leads, referrals and encouragement from all attending will be encouraged.

    If you don’t want to RSVP for a meeting, you can go directly to https://zoom.us/j/95748490529?pwd=Z0g2dFdtRzhabm1JRFBrNEpmVWF1dz09.
    (You might need the Passcode: 123 and the Meeting ID:[masked].)

    The meeting is from 9 - 11:15 AM.

    BoulderNet is free and open to the public.

    Welcome!

    Hope to see you there!

    Added info about BoulderNet meetings:

    The 1st and 3rd Thursdays of the month we provide networking time and a speaker who will address topics pertinent to job seekers.

    Web Site: https://www.meetup.com/BoulderNet-Meetup/

    Thank you to our sponsor: Thriive (yes, two "i"s) Coaching & Consulting and Dan Wegner, https://thriivegroup.com , http://www.linkedIn.com/in/DanWegner1 ,[masked], [masked]

    If you have any questions, feel free to contact one of us:

    Gordon Gray[masked], [masked],
    helping since 2009

    John Scheunemann[masked], [masked],
    helping since 2010

    Don Parcher[masked], [masked],
    helping since 2012

    Trent Tucker[masked], [masked],
    helping since 2016

    Lauren Locke -[masked] - [masked],
    helping since COVID-19 times

    Michael Sobczak[masked], [masked],
    helping since 2009

  • BoulderNet job search networking & presentation

    Link visible for attendees

    The 1st and 3rd Thursdays of each month (unless New Year's Day or the 4th of July or another event gets in the way) we provide networking time and a speaker who will address topics pertinent to job seekers. During COVID-19 we are meeting online via Zoom.

    BoulderNet is free and open to the public.

    All are welcome! We encourage serious job seekers!

    Added info about BoulderNet meetings:

    Meetings are from 9 to approx. 11:15 a.m.

    Web Site: http://www.meetup.com/BoulderNet-Meetup/

    All attendees will have the opportunity to introduce themselves
    and their job search goals and target companies. Constructive feedback, resources, leads, referrals and encouragement from all attending will be encouraged.

    Cost: Free and open to the public. When we resume in-person meetings we suggest a donation of $1 or more to help give back to Mt. View church, our gracious host, and with coffee/tea costs.

    Thank you to our sponsor: Thriive (yes, two "i"s) Coaching & Consulting and Dan Wegner, https://thriivegroup.com , http://www.linkedIn.com/in/DanWegner1 ,[masked], [masked]

    When we resume in-person meetings, easiest directions: From Foothills Parkway: West on Baseline, left/south on Mohawk Drive (2nd traffic light), go about one-half mile then left on Sioux Drive (right after the elementary school), go one block, the church is on your left (at the corner of Pawnee and Sioux).

    All attendees will have the opportunity to introduce themselves
    and their job search goals and target companies. Constructive feedback, resources, leads, referrals and encouragement from all attending will be encouraged.

    If you have any questions, feel free to contact one of us:

    Gordon Gray[masked], [masked],
    helping since 2009

    John Scheunemann[masked], [masked],
    helping since 2010

    Don Parcher[masked], [masked],
    helping since 2012

    Trent Tucker[masked], [masked],
    helping since 2016

    Michael Sobczak[masked], [masked],
    helping since 2009

    See you there!

  • BoulderNet 1st & 3rd Thursdays of the month Networking Meeting

    Needs a location

    The 1st and 3rd Thursdays of the month we provide networking time and a speaker who will address topics pertinent to job seekers.

    BoulderNet is Free and Open to the Public.

    Welcome!

    Added info about BoulderNet meetings:

    Meeting is from 9 - 11:15 AM.

    Web Site: http://www.meetup.com/BoulderNet-Meetup/

    Those attending will have the opportunity to introduce themselves and their job search goals and target companies. Constructive feedback, resources, leads, referrals and encouragement from all attending will be encouraged.

    Cost: Free and open to the public. When we resume in-person meetings we suggest a donation of $1 or more to help give back to Mt. View church, our gracious host, and with coffee/tea costs.

    Thank you to our sponsor: Thriive (yes, two "i"s) Coaching & Consulting and Dan Wegner, https://thriivegroup.com , http://www.linkedIn.com/in/DanWegner1 ,[masked], [masked]

    When we resume in-person meetings, easiest directions: From Foothills Parkway: West on Baseline, left/south on Mohawk Drive (2nd traffic light), go about one-half mile then left on Sioux Drive (right after the elementary school), go one block, the church is on your left (at the corner of Pawnee and Sioux).

    If you have any questions please call or email:

    Gordon Gray [masked]), [masked] ,

    Don Parcher [masked]), [masked]

    Trent Tucker [masked]), [masked]

    Emilio Ramirez [masked]), [masked]

    John Scheunemann[masked]), [masked]

    Michael Sobczak [masked]), [masked]

    See you there!

  • BoulderNet job search networking & presentation

    Link visible for attendees

    The 1st and 3rd Thursdays of each month (unless New Year's Day or the 4th of July or another event gets in the way) we provide networking time and a speaker who will address topics pertinent to job seekers. During COVID-19 we are meeting online via Zoom.

    BoulderNet is free and open to the public.

    All are welcome! We encourage serious job seekers!

    Added info about BoulderNet meetings:

    Meetings are from 9 to approx. 11:15 a.m.

    Web Site: http://www.meetup.com/BoulderNet-Meetup/

    All attendees will have the opportunity to introduce themselves
    and their job search goals and target companies. Constructive feedback, resources, leads, referrals and encouragement from all attending will be encouraged.

    Cost: Free and open to the public. When we resume in-person meetings we suggest a donation of $1 or more to help give back to Mt. View church, our gracious host, and with coffee/tea costs.

    Thank you to our sponsor: Thriive (yes, two "i"s) Coaching & Consulting and Dan Wegner, https://thriivegroup.com , http://www.linkedIn.com/in/DanWegner1 ,[masked], [masked]

    When we resume in-person meetings, easiest directions: From Foothills Parkway: West on Baseline, left/south on Mohawk Drive (2nd traffic light), go about one-half mile then left on Sioux Drive (right after the elementary school), go one block, the church is on your left (at the corner of Pawnee and Sioux).

    All attendees will have the opportunity to introduce themselves
    and their job search goals and target companies. Constructive feedback, resources, leads, referrals and encouragement from all attending will be encouraged.

    If you have any questions, feel free to contact one of us:

    Gordon Gray[masked], [masked],
    helping since 2009

    John Scheunemann[masked], [masked],
    helping since 2010

    Don Parcher[masked], [masked],
    helping since 2012

    Trent Tucker[masked], [masked],
    helping since 2016

    Michael Sobczak[masked], [masked],
    helping since 2009

    See you there!

  • BoulderNet 1st & 3rd Thursdays of the month Networking Meeting

    Needs a location

    The 1st and 3rd Thursdays of the month we provide networking time and a speaker who will address topics pertinent to job seekers.

    BoulderNet is Free and Open to the Public.

    Welcome!

    Added info about BoulderNet meetings:

    Meeting is from 9 - 11:15 AM.

    Web Site: http://www.meetup.com/BoulderNet-Meetup/

    Those attending will have the opportunity to introduce themselves and their job search goals and target companies. Constructive feedback, resources, leads, referrals and encouragement from all attending will be encouraged.

    Cost: Free and open to the public. When we resume in-person meetings we suggest a donation of $1 or more to help give back to Mt. View church, our gracious host, and with coffee/tea costs.

    Thank you to our sponsor: Thriive (yes, two "i"s) Coaching & Consulting and Dan Wegner, https://thriivegroup.com , http://www.linkedIn.com/in/DanWegner1 ,[masked], [masked]

    When we resume in-person meetings, easiest directions: From Foothills Parkway: West on Baseline, left/south on Mohawk Drive (2nd traffic light), go about one-half mile then left on Sioux Drive (right after the elementary school), go one block, the church is on your left (at the corner of Pawnee and Sioux).

    If you have any questions please call or email:

    Gordon Gray [masked]), [masked] ,

    Don Parcher [masked]), [masked]

    Trent Tucker [masked]), [masked]

    Emilio Ramirez [masked]), [masked]

    John Scheunemann[masked]), [masked]

    Michael Sobczak [masked]), [masked]

    See you there!