Creativity and entrepreneurial spirit are stock in trade for these up-and-coming Sacramento area small businesspeople.
With hundreds of tree-filled parks, numerous places to access waterways, outdoor community concerts and urban spots with public arts installations, Sacramento is rich with opportunities for picnicking.
Kim Geil wrote her dissertation on teacher engagement and burnout, and freely admits, “finding the willpower to complete the dissertation was an interesting experience.”
One of many highlights of the Beatnik Bookstore is a large wardrobe, through which kids can enter the section stocked with children’s books.
In 2014, a CDC report indicated that one in 68 children were identified with autism spectrum disorder.
According to the California Department of Finance, in 2010 nearly one-third of Sacramento County’s residents were 50 years of age or older.
“The restaurant community continues to be a powerhouse of entry-level job opportunities,” says Janna Haynes of the California Restaurant Association.
Steve Weiss, President of The Weiss Group, says his M.B.A. program let him apply “applications of business theory to real situations,” adding that it was valuable to “test it and see it persevere, successfully or not.”
Recent Sacramento openings on Indeed.com include master’s-level positions such as mental health counselor, substance abuse prevention coordinator, behavior interventionist, social services director, school psychologist.
Whether relaxing together over breakfast or a brew on a sunny patio, swimming and hiking along the river or participating in the Doggy Dash, there are many places in Sacramento that will help get you on the fast track to canine happiness.
“Everything from bullying to an active shooter” can be managed with CatapultEMS, says creator Jason Jeffery, including accounting for each student’s whereabouts.
U.S. Air Force veteran Scott Peck is a successful security management professional who highly values higher education.