Let's engage in the AUTMHQ events.
Hola and Hello!
Can you believe this is the last week of April? It's amazing how quickly time flies! How are you doing with your New Year's resolutions? Have you checked any of them? ✅ Don't worry if you're having trouble getting there. Rest assured that you are not alone, and there are numerous resources available to assist you in achieving your objectives. When it comes to your professional goals, Austin Urban Technology Movement provides services to the community to help them find a great job in technology. This is accomplished through professional certification, workforce development, digital equity, and job placement assistance. And if you decide to embark on this journey with us, you will receive orientation, mentorship matching, and the coolest networking opportunities to ensure the best support. As previously stated, our events provide a significant chance for our members to network and establish important connections for their careers. Not only that, but volunteers also have a very valuable opportunity to meet and interact with the community that benefits from their time spent supporting AUTMHQ. We have lots of inspiring stories about AUTMites who attended our AUTMHQ events and ended up with a referral, a mentor, or even an interview for a high-paying job. This may also be you! All you have to do is join AUTMHQ for free, follow the program, and continue to meet the requirements to stay an active participant. It's that simple! So, let's get started and start marking off those remaining professional goals for 2023!
Paty Sesma Vice president of Marketing and Communications at AUTMHQ
💵 Learn how to turn your financial goals into SMART goals!
Part one will focus on goal setting through the setting of four financial goals over the next ten years. We then explain how to turn these goals into SMART goals. In the class, we work with clients to walk through their goals together. The final part of this class is looking at budgets and how to turn the SMART goal into part of the client’s budget. We explain what income is and we examine expenses and how they relate to one another, and then we also look at various methods of budgeting and the methods that work best for the client. Dates for Part 1:
Saturday, April 29, 2023 12:00 PM (In person)
Part two of Your Financial Journey for Young Adults is looking at and reviewing credit. We look at ways to build credit, explain credit score ranges, and how credit scores are broken down. By the end of the class, the client should have a strong understanding of how credit works and how to be successful in building and using credit.
Dates for Part 2:
Tuesday, May 9, 2023 10:00 AM (Virtual)
Saturday, May 13, 2023 12:00 PM (In person)
Web3 Education Blunch happening tomorrow!
Start your morning with breakfast tacos and mimosas. Meet Executive Directors Cleve Mesidor & Keiko Yoshino, and other web3 industry leaders Blockchain Foundation & the Puerto Rico Blockchain Trade Association are partnering to host a special breakfast reception during Consensus 2023 in Austin at the Marriott (Across from Austin Convention Center).
About Blockchain Foundation
A 501c3 nonprofit organization, Blockchain Foundation is leading an industry-wide education campaign to demystify crypto, foster understanding, and expand accessibility. The Foundation’s programming and initiatives are intended to empower the public with trusted content from reputable sources in order to make informed choices. For more information, go to www.theblockfound.com
About the Puerto Rico Blockchain Trade Association The Puerto Rico Blockchain Trade Association is focused on web3 adoption through education, advocacy, and community building. Our mission is to share L60 and web3 knowledge with local communities, universities, and entrepreneurs to create more opportunities on island. For more information, visit www.prblockchain.org and www.L60PR.com
Community-Engaged Research & Data Community Event
📆 Join us on Friday, April 28, 2023 from 8:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. at Huston-Tillotson University's Dickey-Lawless Auditorium, located at 900 Chicon St, Austin, TX 78702. Please join us for a morning of networking, fundraising, and discussions with Austin community leaders. Co-developed by Huston-Tillotson, Capacity Catalyst, and Measure, the Community-Engaged Research Course is designed to help students learn about using data in unbiased and community-engaged ways to improve communities within the City of Austin and beyond. This event will support our ability to offer the Fall 2023 Community-Engaged Research Course at Huston-Tillotson University. Over breakfast, you will enjoy a panel of student researchers and data activists in the workplace now, discussing how research and data is being used for social good in Austin’s community.
Texas Digital Opportunity Plan: Public Survey
Your feedback is vital to understanding barriers to internet access, affordability, and adoption, to help close the digital divide. The State of Texas is designing solutions to ensure that all residents have access to high quality and affordable internet service, devices, skills training, and digital support. This 10-minute Digital Equity survey will gather information about your current experiences using the internet and should be completed by one individual per household. The survey is available in four languages: English, Spanish, Mandarin, and Vietnamese. You can select the language of your choice from the top-right corner of this page. You can also choose to listen to each question (and its answer options, where applicable) in your chosen language by clicking on the audio button next to each question.
🚨 The City of Austin is looking for an IT Support Analyst!
This temporary position will support FSD’s Telecommunications & Regulatory Affairs (TARA) Division – Community PC Program. The Financial Services Department mission is to maintain the financial and economic integrity of the City; provide comprehensive and integrated financial management, administration, and support services to City departments and other customers; and develop and lead innovative programs that increase the prosperity of Austinites, businesses, and diverse neighborhoods, creating a cultural and economic environment that enhances the vitality of the community. We support and develop a high performing and diverse workforce that fosters a healthy, safe, respectful and productive work environment for employees and their families, City departments, and the community.
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