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Events

The ONI Events calendar's intended use is to share information regarding community and neighborhood events of interest to the activist community.  If you have an event you would like to be considered for inclusion email information about the event to oni@portlandoregon.gov


OHSU's NIGHT FOR NETWORKING IV, Connecting Business & Talent

Center for Health & Healing, OHSU South Waterfront, 3303 SW Bond Ave

Tuesday, October 22 2013, 6:00 PM to 9:00 PM

Summary

Networking event to meet and connect between business and talent, highlighting people with disabilities.

Category

Event Types > Community Events

Description

Fourth annual OHSU’s “Night for Networking” coming on October 22nd

The fourth annual OHSU “Night for Networking” is scheduled for October 22 from 6 to 9 pm in the atrium at the Center for Health and Healing, 3303 SW Bond Avenue. This successful networking event is in the South Waterfront area and offers an opportunity to meet and connect between business and talent, highlighting people with disabilities.

This free event provides the chance to discuss and explore employment, recruitment, workplaces, market and diversity by bringing together individuals with disabilities, the OHSU community, event sponsors, local businesses, government and supporting affiliates. It will highlight people with disabilities who provide a skilled and talented pool of professionals, customers, entrepreneurs and valuable employees. Further Night for Networking information, including registration, is available at the event’s website.

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