The Mammoth Lakes Chamber of Commerce, Mammoth Mountain Ski Area, and The Westin Monache Resort invite you to the MAMMOTH LAKES JOB FAIR. This opportunity will include meeting employers, interviews, presentations, and a networking hour. Come to Mammoth, work where you play! Participating employers include MMSA, Levy Restaurants, Gomez’s, Angels and the Westin. Mammoth Lakes Job Fair
Date: Saturday, September 21, 2013
9:00am – 1:00pm: Employer Expo & Resume Review booth (Village at Mammoth)
Come meet all of our participating employers; bring your resume!
10:00am – 2:00pm: Interview Stations (The Westin Monache Resort)
Immediate opportunities for interviews with interested employers
11:00am – 2:00pm: Employment Info Presentations (The Westin Monache Resort)
Presentations from employers to aid you in your job search, interviewing, relocating, etc.
2:00pm – 4:00pm: Networking Happy Hour / Job Fair Mixer (Westin White Bark)
Great networking opportunity with employers and colleagues
Mammoth Lakes Foundation Golf Classic
The 14th Annual Mammoth Lakes Foundation Golf Classic will be held at at Sierra Star Golf Course on Sunday, September 8th. Have a day of fun and sport while supporting higher education and cultural enrichment in the Eastern Sierra. This year’s Golf Classic introduces a new element—at registration participants can purchase “MLF Bucks” and use them for raffle tickets from Scholarship Students at all Par 3s, entry into the Putting Contest, drinks or snacks at the “Divot” or from the Drink Cart, and more! Highlights include four player scramble format, closest to the pin on all par 3s; “Beat the Pro” on Hole 2; Magic Box on Hole 8; putting contest–guaranteed winner of a $500 Gift Certificate; raffle prizes; and silent auction. Back by popular demand is the Super Ticket raffle—at $25 and only one to a player the odds are terrific! Registrationincludes greens fees and cart, chipping and putting greens, continental breakfast, lunch, tournament gift, silent auction, awards party, and the opportunity to support higher education and cultural enrichment in Mammoth. Tee and Hole Sponsorships also available! Call 760.934.3781 to register or for more details.
Directed by Shira Dubrovner Through September 8, 2013
Thurs – Sat @ 7pm Sun @4pm
Admission: $20 / $18 / $10
In the Tony-Award winning musical comedy, six young people in the throes of puberty, overseen by grown-ups who barely managed to escape childhood themselves, learn that winning isn’t everything and that losing doesn’t necessarily make you a loser. With its enormously appealing cast of lovable misfits, nerds, neurotics (and no jocks), Spelling Bee hilariously captures the angst, exhilaration, and heartache that makes growing up so painful and so wonderful.
Bluegrass Festival Thanks You!
The Mammoth Bluegrass Festival would like thank all those who attended to jam to the best bluegrass music around, and especially those who volunteered their time to assist with the event this past weekend! Big thanks to all.
September Chamber Luncheon
Tuesday, September 24
12:00pm – 1:00pm
At Burgers Restaurant, Hosted by SUDDENLINK
Suddenlink also has begun offering its new High-Speed Internet 30.0 service in Mammoth Lakes, featuring a download speed up to 30 Mbps, the fastest residential Internet service in the community. Come hear more about benefits associated with this new service!
2nd weekend of Kamikaze! Mountain bike racing in all disciplines. Top-ranked road rides. Music, food, + festivities. And an opportunity to see some 2014 bikes and gear–even before the Interbike folk. It’s going to be the big mountain, bike bash of the year. Ciickhere for more information about or to register for the Kamikaze Bike Games.
Also, the whole town is invited to come out for the Welcome to Town Celebration, welcoming the Gran Fondo and Century riders to Mammoth on Saturday, September 7; most riders will come in from about 2-4pm. Bring signs, snacks, and cowbells to welcome our riders to town!
The Mammoth Lakes Chamber of Commerce has teamed up with David S. Baumwohl, A Professional Corporation and the Ventura-based full-service law firm Myers, Widders, Gibson, Jones & Feingold, LLP to bring you an informative and interactive Human Resources Seminar entitled, “The Most Common Mistakes Employers Make That Get Them Sued” on Tuesday, September 17, 2013 from 5:30 to 7:00 PM at the Grand Sierra Lodge.The Firms have formed a mutual of counsel relationship which provides a new service level and legal resource for clients of the Baumwohl firm unique to the Eastern Sierra. While both firms retain their separate identities, the “of counsel” relationship has enabled the firms to work as a team for the benefit of clients of the respective firms.
The seminar will cover the most common mistakes employers make that increase their odds of being subjected to employment-related lawsuits, such as: •Failing to provide meal and rest breaks •Misclassifying employees as exempt from overtime pay •Not taking sexual harassment claims seriously •Misclassifying employees as independent contractors •Failing to handle terminations properly
· Q & A
Attendees will walk away with practical strategies and best practices to minimize their company’s chances of being sued for these common mistakes and will have the opportunity to obtain free legal advice during the Q & A section of the presentation. Seminar is FREE to attend and light fare and beverages will be provided.For more information, contact Samantha Balchum email@example.com.
Career Services Center & Employers’ Training Resource
The Mono County Career Services Center & Employers’ Training Resource is a department within the County of Mono which serves the needs of county residents and employers by providing a variety of employment and training services designed to promote workforce development. Our goals include training the workforce for the needs of our local economy and providing assistance to businesses in the hiring process. There are a variety of Employer Services available to county employers for no fee. By listing job openings on CalJOBS, employers gain access to the largest single pool of applicants in the State of California. Employers will have access to job seekers at all levels of their career, from entry-level through professional, and will be able to screen a large pool of skilled labor that is available for various workforce needs. Employers can keep their employee search organized and expand their search to find qualified candidates. For more information please contact Employment & Training Worker Stacy Gabor firstname.lastname@example.org.