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Beaverton City Library

12375 Sw 5th St
Beaverton, Oregon 97005, United States (map)
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  • Monday
    Feb 27 2017
    Mentorship and Projects - WaCo EE and Technologist Meetup

    Beaverton City Library

    Join us for breakout discussions as we help each other progress on hardware projects and/or careers. Bring your computers and other gadgets you're working on!

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  • Monday
    Jan 23 2017
    Mentorship and Projects - WaCo EE and Technologist Meetup

    Beaverton City Library

    Join us for breakout discussions as we help each other progress on hardware projects and/or careers. Bring your computers and other gadgets you're working on!

    About WaCo EE

    This is a group for electronics engineers and technologists who want to advance their expertise/career, get inspired by peers, and dream about their own business! We'll discuss whatever hot topics from the scrum that kicks-off each event, share projects, and occasional guest speakers.

    Attendees include: applications engineers, firmware/software developers, electronics engineers, operations and program managers, product and marketing managers.

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  • Thursday
    Jan 5 2017
    WaCo EE and Technologists Meetup - Projects and Mentoring

    Beaverton City Library

    Join us for breakout discussions as we help each other progress on hardware projects and/or careers. Bring your computers and other gadgets you're working on!

    About WaCo EE Meetup

    This is a group for electronics engineers and technologists who want to advance their expertise/career, get inspired by peers, and dream about their own business! We'll discuss whatever hot topics from the scrum that kicks-off each event, share projects, and occasional guest speakers.

    Attendees include: applications engineers, firmware/software developers, electronics engineers, operations and program managers, product and marketing managers.

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  • Tuesday
    Nov 22 2016
    Mentorship and Projects - WaCo EE and Technologist Meetup

    Join us for breakout discussions as we help each other progress on hardware projects and/or careers. Bring your computers and other gadgets you're working on!

    This is a group for electronics engineers and technologists who want to advance their expertise/career, get inspired by peers, and dream about their own business! We'll discuss whatever hot topics from the scrum that kicks-off each event, share projects, and occasional guest speakers.

    Attendees include: applications engineers, firmware/software developers, electronics engineers, operations and program managers, product and marketing managers.

    Website
  • Thursday
    Jun 20 2013
    USPTO Intellectual Property Workshop

    Beaverton City Library

    This seminar provides a comprehensive overview of key intellectual property rights (IPR) protection and enforcement issues and offers valuable resources to help your business enforce IPR at home and abroad. This dynamic, day-long program will feature presentations by intellectual property experts and law enforcement officials from the U.S. Department of Commerce Office of Intellectual Property Rights, the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office, and the National IPR Coordination Center.

    Presentations will be followed by an opportunity to meet One-on-One with the presenters to discuss IPR protection as it relates to your firm.

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  • Thursday
    Feb 7 2013
    Export Workshop

    Beaverton City Library

    Are you looking for new: Sources of Capital, Sales Leads or Markets? The City of Beaverton and City of Hillsboro Economic Development departments are co-hosting an Export Workshop featuring a panel of “export professionals” who will discuss actual case studies and tools to help your business better access the global market. Whether you’re planning your first export sale or are a seasoned exporter expanding into additional markets, this workshop can help identify new and unique resources to assist with all your export needs.

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  • Wednesday
    Nov 17 2010
    Business Plan Development Seminar - November

    This seminar reviews all components of an effective, compelling business plan. You'll learn from two seasoned OEN experts why certain information is important and how your audience will evaluate what you present. Besides learning what is critical to include in an effective business, you'll take away valuable handouts and a listing of key resources.

    Registration is required, and space is limited to 15 entrepreneurs.

    When: Wednesday, November 17th Time: 4:00 - 6:15 PM Where: Beaverton Public Library - Conference Room 12375 Southwest 5th Street, Beaverton, 97005

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  • Wednesday
    Aug 18 2010
    OEN- Business Plan Development Seminar

    This seminar reviews all components of an effective, compelling business plan. You'll learn from two seasoned OEN experts why certain information is important and how your audience will evaluate what you present. Besides learning what is critical to include in an effective business, you'll take away valuable handouts and a listing of key resources.

    Registration is required, and space is limited to 15 entrepreneurs.

    When: Wednesday, August 18th Time: 4:00 - 6:15 PM Where: Beaverton Public Library - Library/Conference Room 12375 Southwest 5th Street, Beaverton, 97005

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    OEN Member: $30.00 *
    Non-Member $70.00 *

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  • Thursday
    Apr 29 2010
    Business Plan Development Seminar - April

    This seminar reviews all components of an effective, compelling business plan. You'll learn from two seasoned OEN experts why certain information is important and how your audience will evaluate what you present. Besides learning what is critical to include in an effective business, you'll take away valuable handouts and a listing of key resources.

    Registration is required, and space is limited to 15 entrepreneurs.

    When: Thursday, April 29th Time: 4:00 - 6:15 PM Where: Beaverton Library, 12375 SW 5th St, Meeting Room B, Beaverton, Oregon 97005 (corner of SW 5th St. and SW Hall Blvd)

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  • Tuesday
    Sep 22 2009
    Business Plan Development Seminar - September

    This seminar reviews all components of an effective, compelling business plan. You'll learn from two seasoned OEN experts why certain information is important and how your audience will evaluate what you present. Besides learning what is critical to include in an effective business, you'll take away valuable handouts and a listing of key resources.

    Registration is required, and space is limited to 20 entrepreneurs.

    Date and Time: Tuesday, September 22, 4:00 pm - 6:00 pm Location: Beaverton Library 12375 SW 5th St Meeting Room B Beaverton, OR 97005 Registration: Non Member - $155, OEN Member - $30

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  • Monday
    Aug 24 2009
    West Side PDX Job Search Group

    Beaverton City Library

    Theme: The secrets of successfully working with recruiters

    1) The secrets of successfully working with recruiters Continuing education series: Connie Dorrigan of Dorrigan & Associates and author of the “Don’t Interview – Audition” will reveal how to work with recruiters as part of your career transition.

    2) Networking time

    This is an open event for Portland job hunters. Each meeting provides practical tools and a forum for networking to make your job search more effective. We share our techniques and ways to improve our job hunting success. Each week has a theme and time for networking.

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  • Monday
    Aug 3 2009
    West Side PDX Job Search Group

    Beaverton City Library

    Theme: The D.A.T.A. Approach

    1) D.A.T.A. – what is it and how does it apply to your career? Continuing education series: Marsha Warner, Director Career Services at Dorrigan & Associates will talk about how the D.A.T.A. approach applies to moving your job search forward purposefully.

    2) Networking time

    This is an open event for Portland job hunters. Each meeting provides practical tools and a forum for networking to make your job search more effective. We share our techniques and ways to improve our job hunting success. Each week has a theme and time for networking.

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  • Monday
    Jul 27 2009
    West Side PDX Job Search Group

    Beaverton City Library

    Theme: Skills and abilities to enter Renewable Energy

    1) Employment in the Renewable Energy Sector Another in a series of education on tools that can be leveraged in your career. Learn what transferable skills are valued by the Renewable Energy sector. Discover the sought after skills and certifications.

    2) Networking time

    This is an open event for Portland job hunters. Each meeting provides practical tools and a forum for networking to make your job search more effective. We share our techniques and ways to improve our job hunting success. Each week has a theme and time for networking.

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  • Monday
    Jul 20 2009
    West Side PDX Job Search Group

    Beaverton City Library

    Theme: Leveraging Sales Skills in Your Job Search

    1) Adding Sales Skills to Your Personal Job Search Toolkit Another in a series of education on tools that can be leveraged in your career. Learn how sales people use techniques that are directly applicable to career changes.

    2) Networking time

    This is an open event for Portland job hunters. Each meeting provides practical tools and a forum for networking to make your job search more effective. We share our techniques and ways to improve our job hunting success. Each week has a theme and time for networking.

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  • Monday
    Jul 13 2009
    West Side PDX Job Search Group

    Beaverton City Library

    Theme: Revealing the mysteries of successful blogs

    1)John Goalby will explain the mysteries and benefits of blogging All you ever wanted to know about Blogging. Another in a series of education on tools that can be leveraged in your career. Learn the basics of blogging.

    2) Networking time

    This is an open event for Portland job hunters. Each meeting provides practical tools and a forum for networking to make your job search more effective. We share our techniques and ways to improve our job hunting success. Each week has a theme and time for networking.

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  • Tuesday
    Jun 30 2009
    West Side PDX Job Search Group

    Monday July 27th: 12:00 to 1:30 PM Beaverton Public Library Meeting Room A 12375 SW 5th Street Beaverton, Oregon 97005

    Theme: Leveraging Sales Skills in Your Job Search 1) Adding Sales Skills to Your Personal Job Search Toolkit Another in a series of education on tools that can be leveraged in your career. Learn how sales people use techniques that are directly applicable to career changes. 2) Networking time

    This is an open event for Portland job hunters. Each meeting provides practical tools and a forum for networking to make your job search more effective. We share our techniques and ways to improve our job hunting success. Each week has a theme and time for networking.

  • Saturday
    Jun 6 2009
    Portland Employment Workshop

    We are holding an informal employment workshop with the outcome to help each of you you rapidly acquire info, skills, strategies, or an overall approach that will help you be more successful in meeting your immediate and longterm employment goals.

      Format-- an informal 2-hour task-based workshop, perhaps next Saturday 6/6 from10 am-12 pm, to thinktank jobhunting strategies and help each of you to formulate an aggressive search approach so you can get some opportunities lined up, depending on your current employment status and what you're looking for.
    
      Topic ideas:
    
      Learning new ideas besides Craig's List for looking for work.
    
      Ideas on starting up a small company 
    
      Doing an "unemployment startup." 
    
      Furthering studies in an area that makes sense
    
      Knowing someone on the inside is the best way to get a job right now. How do you combat that when you don't know someone inside the company?
    
      Discussions on resumes
    
      Advice for either seeking a quality job or helping several guys trying to make a go of starting a company
    
      I want to formulate an aggressive plan.
    
      I also want to discover why my current applications are seemingly ignored. 
    
      How my career history might hinder my ability to find an ideal job. 
    
      Also, if you have recently been laid off or are possibly going to be laid off, and qualify for unemployment and are interested in starting a business, let's visit-- there is a self-employment program through the state of Oregon that you may qualify for.
    
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