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FREE Linkedin & SEO (Search Engine Optimization) Workshop for Mortals! May 24th 12 (noon) & 6:00 pm

FREE Linkedin & SEO (Search Engine Optimization) Workshop for Mortals! May 24th 12 (noon) & 6:00 pm

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Come check out DeeNice Rhodes, the Digital Dynamo's "Plain-Talk and Easy to Understand" Double-Header Workshops:

                                                  TWO FREE DIGITAL WORKSHOPS - DON'T MISS IT!

MAY 24th on LinkedIn & SEO (Search Engine Optimization)(Please bring yr laptop/IPAD etc. if possible) PLEASE REGISTER TO ATTEND - LIMITED SEATING!

 

1 - May 24th @ 12-Noon to 2 pm: "LinkedIn Can Improve your Business, Non-Profit, Program, Project or Self in 7 Days" Workshop

Tomorrow: Annual Youth Summit On Technology!

Tomorrow: Annual Youth Summit On Technology!

 Date:      Saturday, May 7, 2011 

Time:     7:30am-4pm
Where:  Charles H. Flowers High School

                10001 Ardwick-Ardmore Road

                Springdale, MD  20774


The 14th Annual Youth Summit on Technology is sponsored by the Patriots and Chairman and co-partner Prince George’s County Executive Rushern Baker.   Mr. Baker will also be the keynote speaker at our luncheon activity and will emcee the Patro-Tech Game Show/Social Media Jeopardy. 

Morning Sessions:

Annual Youth Summit on Technology - Did you register yet?

Annual Youth Summit on Technology  - Did you register yet?

 

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE   

Contact:  Irene Rogers

irene-rogers@live.com   

April 28, 2011                                                                                  

PGPD District IV to Host “Monthly Educational Meetings”

This story comes to us from Erica L. Johnson:

Prince George's County, Maryland … The Prince George’s County Police Department’s District IV Community Oriented Policing Services (COPS) is pleased to announce the beginning of their “Monthly Educational Meetings”. 

 

The purpose of the monthly meetings will be to educate the public on various topics of concern.  This month’s meeting will address environmental crime issues, as well as, the duties and responsibilities of the Department of Environmental Resources.  A representative from Victim Assistance & Awareness will be on hand to provide valuable information regarding services that are available to those victimized by crime. 

 

It's Not Too Late to Be on a Team to Win a Laptop

It's Not Too Late to Be on a Team to Win a Laptop

14th ANNUAL YOUTH SUMMIT ON TECHNOLOGY

Date:     Saturday, May 7, 2011 

Time:      7:30am-4pm

Where:    Charles H. Flowers High School

              10001 Ardwick-Ardmore Road

              Springdale, MD  20774

Opening Doors for High School Girls

According to a report published by the National Center for Women & Information Technology, the number of women holding computer-related jobs peaked at 36% in 1991. It’s been in decline ever since. Considering how technology-dependent our society has become, that spells bad news. It’s especially concerning for an area filled with companies that deliver cutting edge products and services to the Federal government.

So how, then, do we turn this trend around and encourage young women to go into technical fields? Enter the Girls in Technology Mentor-Protégé program.

Girls in Technology helps high school girls develop skills needed to architect an academic and professional future in technology. It’s a volunteer organization that relies on the generosity of corporate sponsorships.

Baker Announces 2011 General Assembly Legislative Accomplishments for Prince George's County

This story comes to us from Scott L. Peterson:

Annapolis, MD: Today, Prince George’s County Executive Rushern L. Baker, III was joined by the Prince George’s County Delegation and County Council to announce the accomplishments of the Prince George’s County legislative agenda for the 2011 Maryland General Assembly Session.  At the top of the list of achievements was a restoration of $10.3 million dollars in operating funds for the Prince George’s County Public Schools and secured $34.3 million for school construction.