There are so many exhibitors for the spring “Houston Chronicle Job Fair,” that it’s being held in Reliant Stadium, Wednesday, April 9 2008 - 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. This is a great networking opportunity for residents of Midtown Houston or anyone else thinking about changing jobs or looking for a new career.
Many of the Texas Medical Center companies and healthcare industry representatives from all over Houston and other surrounding areas will be there, to attract talented, skilled, professionals to add to their organization’s team.
Be sure to bring plenty copies of your resume or business cards to pass around. If you’re in need of help putting your resume together check out this free online resume builder.
An interpreter for the deaf will be available. Since this event isn’t in Midtown Houston, we’ve included some driving directions to the Reliant Stadium job fair for your convenience.
High School Musical:On Ice
If you’re looking for something entertaining to do this week in Houston, try the coolest show in town, High School Musical: On Ice.
This live fusion of songs, dancing, and non-stop, team-spirited fun inspired by the smash hit Disney Channel Original Movie "High School Musical" and the highly anticipated "High School Musical 2," will hit Reliant Stadium beginning Wednesday: April 9-13, 2008.
Community Artist Collective: Of Women
The art experience in Houston gets a birds eye view into the creative minds of female artist when the Community Artist Collective exhibit: “Of Women” opens at Midtown Art Center.
The exhibition coordinators are: Dr. Sarah Trotty and Michael Kahlil Taylor. Some of the artists works included in the this exhibition will be from Regina Agu, Michelle Barnes, Lanre Buraimoh, Valerie Burkes, Kittyn D, Lorena Fernandez, and other artist.
There’s lots more information about the Midtown Houston art show at FreshArt.org.
[Where: Midtown Art Center Tea Room 1413 Holman Houston, Texas 77004]
Southwest Alternative Media Project: Texas Filmmakers Grants
I hope you didn’t miss Bryan Poyser, from the Austin Film Society’s free workshop for local filmmakers, on applying for grants to the Texas Filmmakers´ Production Fund.
The Texas Filmmakers Production Fund expects to award over $100,000 this year and has provided Texas filmmakers with cash, goods and services - over $800,000 for 234 film and video projects over the past eleven years. Even if you didn’t make it to the workshop kyou can still get an application by visiting www.austinfilm.org. Application deadline: June 2, 2008.
University of Houston - Downtown
April 4-April 12, 2008
Justin Jenkins and Ornella Ashcraft star as George Gibbs and Emily Webb in University of Houston-Downtown's production of Our Town.
Written by Thornton Wilder in 1938, this Pulitzer Prize-winning American classic depicts life, love and death as experienced by the people of the placid New Hampshire town of Grover's Corners in the early 20th century.
Don't miss this local production!
University of Houston Downtown - O'Kane Theatre
[Where:One Main Street University of Houston - Downtown Houston, TX 77002
Internet Marketing Clinic
If customers are not coming to your website then you should be coming to the free Internet marketing clinic at the U of H small business development center. Learn the best practices for making your site standout from the crowd and how to attract traffic to your company’s website.
This Internet class is ideal for anyone with a keen sense of adventure and some basic computer knowledge. Classes are held every other Wednesday at 7pm you can register for classes Online at UHSBDC.org.
[Where: UH SBDC, 2302 Fannin, Houston, Texas 77002]