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June 2016 Professional Development Workshop: Improve your Financial Cents (Sense)

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Tahoe Production House is working closly with the Tahoe Regional Young Professionals as a sponsor for Live Streaming their Professional Development Workshops.

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TRYP offers professional development workshops every third Wednesday of the month. They cover various topics meant to benefit personal and professional life. Learn important skills from workshops like, “How to Say No and Create Boundaries,” “Tax Preparation 101” and “How to Talk to Your Boss.” They are geared towards professionals of any age, in any industry.

Unlike most business oriented seminars or conferences, TRYP’s professional development workshops are just one hour in length so you won’t need to miss work. They are free for members and only $5 for non-members.  Take a look at the latest Pro Workshop below:

June 2016 Professional Development Workshop: Improve your Financial Cents (Sense)

ABOUT TAHOE REGIONAL YOUNG PROFESSIONALS:

LAKE TAHOE HAS A YOUNG PROFESSIONAL COMMUNITY.  YOU SHOULD BE A PART OF IT.

Welcome to Tahoe Regional Young Professionals. It is our commitment to retain and attract young professionals who are driven and enthusiastic about doing business in our region. Through fun, professional networking mixers, professional development workshops, civic engagement events, volunteer opportunities and community “FUN”draisers, we strive to keep our young professionals informed and engaged.

It is our goal to present TRYP as the highway connecting young professionals with one another in order to connect, expand and/or promote themselves in our community.

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Franklin High School Garden Project

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Tahoe Production House recently finishing editing a slideshow and video project for Franklin High School about their Garden Project. We collected photos and video provided to create one large video that the high school can use for promotional and thanking their sponsors.

The Franklin High School Garden Project believes that every person can learn, and that people learn best when they have plenty of fresh air, time to touch the world, and healthy alternatives.

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