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Hartnell College hosts Family Tech & Business Day on June 15

June 6th, 2013

Who: The Hartnell New Media Center, Community Connection, & The Monterey County Business Council

What: Upload Your Future- Family Tech and Business Day is a free, one-day event for the entire Monterey Bay community. Full of information on how to leverage technology to find jobs, facilitate businesses and better children's education, this event is specifically focused on introducing the technology essentials of the 21st century in a family-friendly environment. Our hands-on learning stations and various demonstrations will keep your family entertained while learning! The event will bring together community organizations that offer free to low-cost technology-related services.

When: Saturday, June 15, from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Where: Student Center, Hartnell College, 411 Central Ave., Salinas, CA 93901

Why: The goal of the event is to promote internet adoption and to provide information about current technologies that will allow our community members to thrive at home or work.

Information will be presented in both English and Spanish.

Don't miss this event where you'll receive a tech-info bag and have a chance to win prizes (while supplies last)

Register for free at the door or by clicking the link below:
http://uploadyourfuture2013.eventbrite.com/

For more information or any questions about becoming a vendor, please contact: Olivia Davalos, 831-755-6782, odavalos@hartnell.edu
Samantha Harrison, 831-582-3235, sharrison@mcbc.biz

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About the New Media Center, Community Connection, & the Monterey County Business Council:
The New Media Center at Hartnell College is one of three regional media centers awarded by the Chancellor's Office through an economic and workforce program of the state of California. The purpose of the regional media centers is to meet the need of the growing workforce by providing free educational technology trainings, workshops and events to help businesses increase efficiency and productivity.

Community Connection is a program of the Central Coast Broadband Consortium Public Computing Alliance and the Monterey County Office of Education. Funded by a federal grant from the Broadband Technology Opportunities Program, the group's common purpose is to provide access to public computer centers and free technology training throughout the county.

The mission of the Monterey County Business Council is to provide collaborative leadership to help people from business, government, education, and the community work together on countywide issues.