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Fri Mar
1
10:00p - 12:00p

Resolving Educational Conflicts Through Mediation

Presented by Sinergia, Inc.


Are you experiencing a conflict with your child’s school? Mediation is a process in where parents and school personnel meet with a neutral person, a mediator, to resolve disagreements in a collaborative way. It is an effective, informal and parent friendly process that often results in a legally binding agreement.
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Tue Mar
5
12:30p - 1:30p

The Cycle of Life: Themes and Tales of the Journey

Presented by C.G. Jung Foundation for Analytical Psychology


In his essay “The Stages of Life,” Jung discusses "the problems connected with the stages of life," claiming problem to be the essence of culture and consciousness. Jung clearly aims at living the conscious life, and this lecture will explore archetypal images of the journey and the stages of life, and tell some of the stories.
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Wed Mar
6
:p - 09:00p

Speak Up and Speak Out: Mastering the Art of Public Speaking

Presented by Asian Women In Business


"Talk is Cheap, Communication is Priceless"
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Wed Mar
6
10:00a - 12:00p

Secure the Future: Building a Diversified Funding Base for Your Nonprofit

Presented by Foundation Center


Expand and sustain a blend of support from individuals, foundations, corporations, and government agencies. In an uncertain fundraising landscape, the healthiest, most sustainable nonprofits are those with multiple funding sources to support their work. This workshop explores what it takes to expand and sustain a blend of support from individuals, foundations, corporations, and government agencies. Learn about the infrastructure you’ll need for success in each of these areas, as well as the roles of staff, board, technology, and communication materials. This session will also address a variety of fundraising techniques, including direct marketing, online fundraising, the use of social media, and special events. Participants will have an opportunity to discuss their current development efforts with colleagues and fundraising experts, and will discover strategies for expanding their development efforts in viable ways, with a list of resources for the future. Topics include: - Building and maintaining relationships with donors that deepen over time - Identifying new opportunities for fundraising - Demonstrating leadership in one’s field - Investing in the infrastructure necessary to support success - Using your brand to bolster fundraising - Creating short-term and long-term development goals - Understanding that successful development is an ongoing, constant effort
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Thu Mar
7
11:00p - 2:00p

Lunch with the League!

Presented by League of Women Voters of the City of New York


Celebrating Women's History Month! Governor Cuomo's leadership on the "Women's Equality Act," including Equal Pay sends a clear message that tackling inequity and the wage gap is achievable. What is needed is a vigorous collective effort. Our speaker Beverly Neufeld has been in the forefront of this battle. She will pinpoint the ways that we all can help make this happen in 2013. Please Join Us!
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Thu Mar
7
Sat Mar
9
9:00a - 4:30p

13th Anniversary New York City FIRST Mega-Celebration of Science and Technology

Presented by New York City FIRST


New York City FIRST® (For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology) along with over 200 robotics teams from across the New York City, USA, Brazil, Canada, Turkey and Jamaica will compete over a three day mega competition weekend, with winning teams advancing to the global competition.
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Thu Mar
7

Cocktail Benefit Thursday Mar 7th @ 7pm

Presented by The DREAM Project


The DREAM Project will host its second annual Cocktail Benefit event. This year we celebrate the legacy of Celia Cruz with an exhibit on the life and music of the Queen of Salsa.
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Fri Mar
8
06:30p - 08:30p

The Minimum Wage - Addressing Inequality or Adding to Unemployment?

Presented by Henry George School of Social Science


Recent proposals to increase the Federal minimum wage have caused many to question the consequences of government regulation of wage rates. Billy Fitzgerald reviews the theory and effects of minimum wage laws.
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Sat Mar
9
:p - 05:00p

Making Internal Bullies into Allies Workshop: Shifting Negative Self-Talk into Constructive Action

Presented by Center for Collaborative Communication


Break free from inner criticism, shame, and self-blame. In Making Internal Bullies into Allies one-day workshop, learn how to listen to your inner critic in a way that’s proactive and freeing. Allow yourself to embrace your success, and move forward in your relationships, career, and life! Free up your energy by finding greater resources for self-compassion, learning experiences and growth.
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