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Southern Section Meeting - January 23, 2020
Thursday, January 23, 2020, 9:00 AM - 2:00 PM PDT
Category: Events

EveryChild California Southern Section Meeting
January 23, 2020 - 9:00 am - 2:00 pm

Multi-Generational Workforce & Analysis of the Governor's 2020-21 Budget Proposal

A Multi-Generational Workforce Panel Discussion
Join the Southern Section for a panel discussion on the Benefits and Challenges of a Multi-Generational Workforce. This discussion will help you understand the influences and expectations that come into play when building productive workplace relationships across multiple generations, and how this process can contribute to your ultimate success. Facilitated by James Moses of the Child Care Resource Center.

Live-Viewing of the Analysis of the Governor's 2020-21 Budget Proposal Webinar
Join your peers to live-stream the EveryChild California hosted webinar, "Analysis of the Governors 2020-21 Budget Proposal." Our special guest speakers, Sara Cortez (The Legislative Analyst's Office) and Kristin Schumacher (California Budget & Policy Center) will guide us through the new budget and what it means for the ECE field.  EveryChild California Public Policy Advisors will facilitate questions and answers following the presentation. 

Networking Discussion Groups, Best Practices & More! 

Unable to attend the meeting and live-stream presentation?
For those who are unable to attend the meeting but wish to watch the webinar portion of the meeting containing the Governor's 2020-21 Budget Proposal, click here to learn how to register and view.

Orange County Department of Education
200 Kalmus Drive, Conference Center, Bldg. D
Costa Mesa, CA 92626

Registration is closed. Please contact EveryChild California office to be advised on walk-in availability. 

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Light breakfast and Lunch included

Registration for the meeting must be received by January 17, 2020 at noon. Registrations received after the cutoff will be advised about walk-in registration availability. Registration fees are non-refundable.