Giving Back and Getting More: How Community Engagement Advances Your Professional Career


Giving Back and Getting More: How Community Engagement Advances Your Professional Career

Join NAAAP-MN to learn about how giving back in the community helps professionals to receive much more personally and professionally. In 2009, Minnesota was bestowed the title of, “Most Civically Engaged State,” by the National Conference on Citizenship, and the Twin Cities earned a reputation for having the highest rate of volunteers of any metropolitan area in the nation. These top scores are a result of the civic tradition and high level of civic engagement in Minnesota, something that newer immigrants also become engaged with and leaders in upon making their homes here in the state. This panel from across the civic sector will detail the strong level of engagement across Minnesota and provide inspiration and opportunities for helping keep Minnesota, and your career, on top!

Mahle Auditorium
Medtronic Mounds View Campus
8200 Coral Sea St NE
Mounds View, MN 55112

Wednesday, June 9, 2010
6:00PM – 8:00PM

Presenter:

  • Chris Kondo, 3M

Panelists:

  • Pham Thi Hoa, Center for Asians and Pacific Islanders
  • Kazoua Kong-Thao, St. Paul School Board & State of Minnesota
  • Veeresh Mathad, Medtronic Mission in Motion Momentum Award Winner
  • Kim Oleson, Principal Advisor for Medtronic Asian Resource Group

Cost: FREE for NAAAP-MN members and Medtronic MARG members; $10 for general public

RSVPs requested to Diane at dtran@naaap-mn.org by Monday, June 7, 2010. Light refreshments will be provided.

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