Current Workshops

MBYC Orientation: Know yourself and learn about others to make a great first impresssion

We are thrilled to announce that our first speaker of the 2021-22 MB Youth Council will be Rob Lucenti, Senior Strategic Client Relationship partner at Deloitte LLC. Rob has perfected the art of making a great first impression. After briefly walking through his career path he’ll offer advice on the importance of learning about others, and how really knowing yourself helps you create a positive and memorable first impression. We…

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Sports Journalism and Entertainment

We are excited to bring you two returning dynamic speakers who will share their successes, challenges and pivots in Sports Journalism & Entertainment. You will learn what it takes to succeed in these areas from Tara Sorensen, Apple’s Head of Children’s Programming, Worldwide Video, and Seth Davis, an award-winning sports writer and broadcaster who covers college basketball.

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Science, Technology and Engineering

  • Wednesday, November 10, 2021
  • 5:00 pm - 7:00 pm
  • MB Unified School District Conference Room
  • Career
  • SpeakersDuane Dier, Kim Martin

We will bring together two incredible speakers who will share their successes, challenges and experiences in Aerospace Engineering, Technology, and Environmental Science. You will learn what it takes to succeed in these areas from Duane Dier, Principal and Cofounder of Strativus Group, a people-focused aerospace leadership company, and Kim Martin, Associate Director fo the Los Angeles Waterkeeper, Environmental Lawyer, and Cofounder of Grades of Green, which all the…

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Healthcare Continuum: From bedside care to public health administration

The scale, scope and changing landscape of the healthcare industry can be hard to comprehend.  The global healthcare market will reach $12 trillion by 2022.  US national healthcare expenditure reached $4 trillion in 2020, accounts for nearly 17% of gross domestic product (GDP) and is more expensive than most countries.  Switzerland was the second-highest ranking country, spending 12.2% of GDP.  Most surprisingly, New Zealand and Australia devote only…

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