Education

  • An Inspirational, Sacrificial Leader

    But after reflecting on the great achievements that we watched, my mind returns to a story from earlier this year that deeply inspired me. It is about Rachael Denhollander, the former gymnast who was instrumental in bringing to light the crimes of USA Gymnastics team doctor Larry Nassar. Perhaps you have read about her: sixteen […]

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  • A Trip to the Dentist

    Britney started her search by looking online. This begs the question: how many of us have Yelp and Google pages for our business? For those who do, how well are we monitoring them? Is our correct contact information posted? Are the offices hours up-to-date? Do we have an offer posted on the page for new […]

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  • No: The Key to a Better Future

    The year is still young, abounding with possibilities. If you’re like me, that world of possibilities is one of the great challenges of life. How do I say no when there are so many opportunities before me? At times, my desire for success and the fear of missing out have pushed me to say yes […]

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  • Realizing a Better Vision

    For a few of us, the resolutions lead us to a better life, greater intentionality, or a healthier body. But if you’re like me, you run into problems and end up dropping most of your resolutions by the start of February. I’ve got to admit that I faith to keep my resolutions every year; but, […]

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  • Azusa Pacific University Faculty Speaking at February 7th School of Education Information Meeting

    This information meeting will cover key topics including: program information, admissions requirements, navigating the application process, and important dates and deadlines.  This meeting is also a great opportunity for prospective students to speak with APU School of Education faculty and/or advisors. The APU Murrieta Campus offers a variety of graduate degrees and teaching credentials. Among […]

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  • Small Acts of Hospitality

    But we still have a month left. And, furthermore, it’s not like we can just forget everything we’ve all experienced. It follows us. What do we do about the fact that we can’t just get away from this? One of the ways we can do that is to go back to our shared stories. And, […]

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  • The Good, the Bad and Our Community

    It is not just the bad things that are occurring; at times, what has been most discouraging has been to see how some have responded. Tragic circumstances are used to score political points. Thoughtless, foolish statements are made. And sometimes the victims are blamed. How many have responded creates an even larger tear in the […]

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  • Temecula Valley Entrepreneur’s Exchange – October 2017

    You are invited to join us at the following TVE2 workshops/events: October 5th: How to Start a Cottage Food Operation and Home-Based Food Operations: 9:00am – 12:00pm. As of January 1, 2013, the State of California permits an enterprise at a private home to prepare and package low-risk food products for sale to consumers. This […]

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  • Passion Isn’t Only for The Young

    When we walked through the door, she put the music on and again began to dance. In those last few minutes before bed, she danced to three or four additional songs, grinning the whole time. My wife and I enjoyed it as least as much as she did, delighting in her joy and progress. Later […]

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  • Azusa Pacific University Information Meeting

    This information session will cover key topics including: career opportunities, program information, admissions requirements, navigating the application process, financial aid opportunities, and important dates and deadlines. The benefit of APU Murrieta is that students living or working in the Inland Empire can earn a degree from APU right in their backyard! APU offers degree programs […]

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  • Free Information Session to be Held Azusa Pacific University

    Looking to expand or begin a career in teaching, school counseling or school psychology?  Attending an information session at Azusa Pacific University (APU), Murrieta Regional Campus, is a terrific way to learn more about our School of Education’s (SoE) graduate degrees and credentialing programs. The Murrieta Regional Campus is hosting a free Graduate & Credential […]

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  • Learning in the Community

    My first meeting was with the energetic team who runs a local community organization. I was impressed by their shared passion for the business community. These folks clearly enjoy working together and had created a life-giving office environment. Furthermore, they were very thoughtful about their engagement with constituents and had just gathered survey data to […]

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  • Murrieta School of Business – September Classes

    September 12th – 9:00 AM – 10:30 AM The 7 Top-Secrets of Mind Power – How to Harness the Power of Your Subconscious for greater happiness and Succe$$!  Presented by Pamela Winkler, Ph.D. Who should attend: Everyone who wants to learn how to harness the Power House of your inner Mind for greater Happiness and […]

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  • Temecula Valley Entrepreneur’s Exchange – September 2017

    You are invited to join us at the following TVE2 workshops/events: September 13th:  TVE2 Pitch Practice. 11:30am – 1:00pm. Come and practice your business or investor pitch in a fun and friendly environment. Entrepreneurs that pitch will receive feedback from a panel of experts. No cost to attend. If you would like to pitch, please […]

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  • Rotary Supports Temecula Valley Students – “Making a Difference”

    With the start of a new school year and the end of summer, The Rotary Club of Temecula (noon) starts a new Rotary year under the leadership of President Lisa Locke. Like the students and teachers of our valley, we sharpen our pencils and minds and get busy ‘Making a Difference’ in our community. The […]

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  • Murrieta School of Business – August Classes

    August 8th, 2017 9:00 AM – 10:30 AM “2,000 Known Earthquake Faults Crisscross California; Are you near one?” Presented by Glenn Pomeroy, CEO of the California Earthquake Authority Glenn Pomeroy, CEO of the California Earthquake Authority, meets with business leaders and local, community stakeholders about the importance of earthquake preparedness. His 25-minute presentation offers insight […]

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  • Temecula Valley Entrepreneur’s Exchange – August 2017

    You are invited to join us at the following TVE2 workshops/events: August 9th: TVE2 Pitch Practice. 11:30am – 1:00pm. Come and practice your business or investor pitch in a fun and friendly environment. Entrepreneurs that pitch will receive feedback from a panel of experts. No cost to attend. If you would like to pitch, please […]

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  • 2017-18 Teachers are Heroes Promotion

    Since 2013, Azusa Pacific University (APU) Murrieta Regional Campus and KATY 101.3, The Mix, have partnered to honor educators who have impacted their student’s lives.  APU and KATY 101.3 are excited to announce the 2017-18 Teachers are Heroes promotion which begins September 1, 2017, and will run through the last week of April 2018. Once […]

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  • A Vital Relationship

    One recent meeting with local educators was particularly invigorating. The people were bright and welcoming. And the conversation reminded me of the vital relationship between business and education. We began with introductions. One participant was head of school at a private academy. Two were K-12 school district leaders. An education foundation leader attended. And a […]

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  • TVCC ‘Students of the Year’ Honored

    Every year, the Student of the Month recipients compete through a rigorous application and essay process to be selected as the Temecula Valley Chamber of Commerce Students of the Year.  The Student of the Month Program has honored students in Temecula since 1993 which was founded by Sally A. Myers of Sizzler/BMW Management Inc. All […]

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