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April Barbershop
Calling All Entrepreneurs!!! The April session of the Barbershop will focus on how to develop a business plan, secure funding, and start your own business.
New York Times Reader's Club
The next meeting of the New York Times Reader's Club will be held on Friday, April 9th, 2010 at 3:00 P.M. The meeting will be held in the Men's Center, room 3M02. This event is open to all members of the college community.
Pi Eta Kappa Meeting
The Beta Chapter of Pi Eta Kappa will be meeting on Friday, April 6th, 2010 at 5:00 P.M. The meeting will be held in room 2D01, the Faculty Dining Room.
New York Times Reader's Club
Don't miss the next meeting of the New York Times Reader's Club. Students, faculty and staff members are invited to participate in the discussion of the week's top articles. FREE GIFTS FOR PARTICIPANTS
"From Bootstraps to Laces":Economic Empowerment Conference
Recession Proofing Ourselves By Re-Energizing Our Entrepreneurial Spirit: The Self-Sufficiency Reclamation Initiative
Pi Eta Kappa Meeting
Monthly meeting of the academic fraternity and honor society's Beta Chapter.
Barbershop Session
Don't miss the second session of this semester's topic of, "Stopping the Violence." Join us, along with members of the law enforcement community, to discuss issues effecting students, residents and the entire community.
P.S. 23 Mentoring Orientation
Parents, students and parent coordinators will be meeting with the mentors provided by Pi Eta Kappa.
Introducing the New York Times Reader's Club
Join faculty, staff and students as we meet to discuss selected articles from the New York Times. Refreshments will be provided. Also receive information on how you can enroll in the New York Times' Educational Program.
Barbershop
Don't miss the next explosive session of The Barbershop. February's topic is, "Violence in the Community: Enough is Enough!"