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PLACENTIA — How would you describe your business in roughly three minutes or less?Members of the Orange County Hispanic Chamber of Commerce faced that challenge on Wednesday night when more than 30 OC businesses came out to network with each other at the organization’s first-ever speed networking function.Members sat around two long tables at Tlaquepaque Restaurant in Old Town Placentia, meeting new faces and potential business partners or clients.After the ding of a bell sounded, people shuffled around like a game of musical chairs to sit in front of the next member.It’s an avenue for alumni to get involved with students and stay connected with their alma mater.Since 2008, J-school alumna Chrysti Shain has been volunteering and helping lead the way for the Mentor Match program – growing it year after year.Each student met with USC graduates who are currently using their degrees in a variety of professions – ranging from public relations directors and reporters to graphic designers, advertising executives and librarians.
“Ultimately if someone isn’t your fit, they might know someone that’s your fit.” Mike Limon, chamber membership manager, said the idea for speed networking started about two months ago when members were asking for new ways to talk about their businesses.
The annual program kicks off every fall with a matching event, somewhat of a “speed dating” experience.
The purpose of this event is to have the students and mentors meet for the first time, get to know one another and determine the best mentorship fit.
A delicious catered kosher luncheon will be served after the program. WHITTIER Temple Beth Shalom seeks new choir members Temple Beth Shalom of Whittier, 14562 Hawes St., holds Shabbat services at p.m. DOWNEY Celebrate Shabbat with Temple Ner Tamid Join the Cantor Ken Jaffe at Temple Ner Tamid, 10629 Lakewood Blvd., for Shabbat services at p.m. The cantor will conduct services with Norberto Guinaldo at the organ.
Lunch is for Ezra members; and for nonmembers. Hilary’s Church’s Annual Fiesta, 5465 Citronell Ave., is taking place during the weekend of Aug.21, through Aug. After the worship service, Kiddush is held, including wine and challah in the Fellowship Hall.
Each year, students from the College of Information and Communications begin a journey of building the foundations of their professional networks through the College’s year-long Mentor Match program.