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Scottsdale Job Network  Supporting workers in transition 


Friends of Scottsdale Job Network:

You are invited to attend any meeting of the Scottsdale Job Network held on the first and third Wednesday morning of each month.  Next week, on Wed, Dec 6, Ron Schott, Executive Emeritus of the Arizona Technology Council, will be presenting: 

Arizona’s Technology Status and Opportunities in the Technology Industry”


The talk will highlight the current status of the Technology Industry in Arizonaindustry segments that are showing significant growth and the job opportunities associated with these segments.  Ron will offer insights into leveraging the opportunities that exist in Arizona and what the Arizona Technology Council is doing to help stimulate and grow job opportunities in Arizona.

  • When a member of the working community participates in Scottsdale Job Network’s meetings, you bring encouragement and networking links to the job seekers in our group–good!

  • Telling your contacts (other employers and job seekers) about Scottsdale Job Network helps us grow–great!

  • Getting to know our job seekers and finding finding talented workers for your staffpriceless!

    See our website for more information about SJN including Driving Directions 


    With any questions or to share job leads, email us at: info @


    Thank you for your interest and support.


Christine Vicari

Director & Founder 
Scottsdale Job Network

P.O. Box 25674

Scottsdale, AZ
 Phone: 480.513-1491 

Supporting workers in transition

Library Humanities & Cultural Programs by quotes

Library Humanities & Cultural Programs

Long-Distance Grand-parenting
Wed., Nov 15 at 1 p.m.
Learn ways to keep in touch with your grandchildren-even if they live far away.  Kathleen Waldron, of ASU’s Gerontology Department, addresses issues that face grandparents that live far from their grandchildren.  Waldron will discuss age-appropriate ways to keep in touch and other grand-parenting issues.

Mustang Branch
10101 N. 90th Street
Information: 480.312.READ
Boost your Brain
Wed., Nov 29 at 6:30 p.m.
Improve learning, reduce stress, re-energize and focus!  Christina Whitehawk presents Brain Gym -a method that integrates body movements with thought to develop and reinforce “whole brain-learning.”

Civic Center Library
3839 N. Drinkwater Blvd.
Information: 480.312.READ



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