Name of event: Real Estate Buying in Today's Market Date and time: June 11, 6:30-8:30 p.m. Place: Liberty Financial Group in Bellevue Cost...

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Name of event: Real Estate Buying in Today’s Market

Date and time: June 11, 6:30-8:30 p.m.

Place: Liberty Financial Group in Bellevue

Cost: Free

Event phone: 425-985-6910

Description: The Results Group — RE/MAX Realty Professionals will discuss how to win at buying real estate in today’s market. RSVPs Required.

Name of event: Learn to Use Standard & Poor’s NetAdvantage Database at the Central Library

Date and time: June 12

Place: Central Library, 1000 4th Ave., Seattle

Cost: Free

Web site: http://www.spl.org/default.asp?pageID=calendar&trumbaEmbed=view%3Devent%26eventid%3D77553738

Event phone: 206-386-4636

Description: Learn to use the Standard & Poor’s NetAdvantage, one of the business and investment online database resources available through the Seattle Public Library. Dan Sovocool, S&P’s representative, will provide an overview of this service to demonstrate how NetAdvantage can supply high-quality business data.

Name of event: Entrepreneurship Opportunities in India and China

Date and time: June 12, 6-9 p.m.

Place: Bellevue Downtown Courtyard by Marriott

Cost: TiE Seattle members $10; nonmembers $20

Web site: http://www.tie-seattle.org/TGS/EM/viewevent/viewEventPT?id_event=2033

Event phone: 206-719-7224

Description: TiE Seattle is hosting an event to discuss opportunities available to people interested in doing business in India and China. Our panel of business leaders will reveal their strategies for setting up successful business ventures in these countries. Panelists are Param Parameswaran, venture capitalist/angel investor; Karl Weaver, Greater China/India business development manager, Newport Technologies; and Dave Parker, CEO and founder, 9Spaces

Name of event: Business Wire Media Luncheon: The importance of PR during a recession

Date and time: June 12, 12:15-2 p.m.

Place: Union Square boardroom

Cost: $10 for Business Wire members; $20 for nonmembers.

Web site: http://tinyurl.com/3jhvr3

Event phone: 206-405-4000

Description: Whether or not the United States is heading toward a recession is up for debate, but either way it is important to be prepared. During questionable economic times, public relations can be a key component to surviving the storm. Join Business Wire and local PR experts for a discussion on the importance of public relations in the current economic atmosphere. RSVP to Lauren.Linscheid@businesswire.com

Name of event: 2008 NDOA Spring Conference

Date and time: June 12, 7:30 a.m.-3:30 p.m.

Place: Washington State Convention Center, Seattle

Cost: $175

Web site: www.ndoa.org

Event phone: 206-367-8704

Description: Learn fundraising from the best at this all-day training conference of the Northwest Development Officers Association. Soak up experts’ tips at 12 fundraising sessions. Network with 250+ nonprofit fundraisers and build career contacts. Shop the conferences 15+ vendor marketplace.

Name of event: Women’s Business Exchange Breakfast

Date and time: June 12, 7 a.m.

Place: Washington Athletic Club

Web site: www.wbex.org

Description: Molly Gordon — a Master Certified Coach, author, instructor, marketing consultant and online business community builder — shows us how to overcome our entrepreneurial apprehensions, identify where personal fear and bias limits our ability to apply good business practices, and promote our work without lying or losing sight of our values. Learn more about Molly Gordon at www.authenticpromotion.com.

Name of event: Publici-Tea Half-Day Workshop

Date and time: June 13, 9 a.m.-2 p.m.

Place: The Village Bellevue, 121 106th Ave. N.E., Bellevue

Cost: $297, includes the Media-Savvy-to-Go Publicity Toolkit.

Web site: http://http://www.publici-tea.com/”>www.publici-tea.com

Event phone: 425-641-5214

Description: Publicist Nancy Juetten holds a workshop to empower do-it-yourself publicity success in traditional, online and social media. This half-day event will inspire you into action to build the buzz about your business without spending a bundle on advertising. Guests learn great ideas and resources and gain access to media contacts to make publicity success flow with ease. Sign up at www.publici-tea.com.

Name of event: Design Build Contracts & Risk Management

Date and time: June 13, 7:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m.

Place: Groff Murphy Lawyers, 300 East Pine St.

Cost: $475 members of the Design Build Institute of America; $775 nonmembers

Web site: www.dbia.org

Event phone: 206-491-1148

Description: This course focuses on applying effective contracting language as well as insurance, bonding, and surety products, and strategies to successful design-build project delivery. Key issues relevant to public and private sector owners and design-build entity teams are addressed. Emphasis will be placed on providing relevant legal, contracting, insurance, and risk management knowledge with strategies for applying this knowledge to the evaluation of your existing risk mitigation measures. The key topics include: design-build process variations, teaming agreements, insurance basics and considerations, and risk allocations.

Name of event: NSA Northwest Chapter Meeting

Date and time: June 14, 8 a.m.-noon

Place: Bellevue Coast Hotel, 625 116th Ave. N.E., Bellevue

Cost: $25-$70

Web site: www.nsanorthwest.org

Event phone: 425-458-5771

Description: Sam Silverstein, incoming national president of the National Speakers Association, will make a presentation on “Your Speaking Business … Keep It Real!”

Name of event: Lunch & Learn: TeamRICH — Creating Your Dream Team

Date and time: June 16, noon-1:30 p.m.

Place: ActionCOACH Seattle Office

Cost: $199

Web site: www.actioncoachseattle.com

Event phone: 206-352-0600

Description: Learn how to build, retain, and motivate your business team. Lunch & Learn is a monthly hands-on workshop for local business owners, presented by Isabella McPeak of coaching firm ActionCOACH. Lunch will be served

Name of event: Washington Policy Center’s Annual Transportation Event

Date and time: June 17, 7:30-9 a.m.

Place: The Harbor Club, 801 Second Ave., Seattle

Cost: $25 registration or $20 special rate for WPC Supporters

Web site: http://www.washingtonpolicy.org/events/index.html

Event phone: 206-937-9691

Description: This year’s breakfast features a keynote address by Ronald D. Ut t, Ph.D, a national transportation and economics expert and senior research fellow with the Heritage Foundation. He will focus on congestion relief and how Washington can improve.

Name of event: Webinars to Help Washington Businesses Manage Upcoming Sales Tax Changes

Date and time: June 17, 1-2 p.m.

Place: Webinar, to register visit: http://www.avalara.com/WAtax/June17.htm

Cost: Free

Web site: http://www.avalara.com/WAtax/June17.htm

Description: Avalara — one of only three Certified Service Providers certified by the Streamlined Sales Tax (SST) Governing Board, and the only CSP located in Washington state — will hold an informational webinar before the July 1 destination- based sales tax law change. The webinar will focus on why the state is changing to a destination-based sales tax, how the changes will affect local businesses, solutions available to businesses that have yet to make arrangements to comply with the new law, and how sales tax automation can help businesses become and stay compliant in a state of change.

Name of event: VOIP Phones for Small Business

Date and time: June 17, 11:30 a.m.-1 p.m.

Place: Microsoft campus, Redmond

Cost: Free, but registration is required

Web site: https://www.clicktoattend.com/invitation.aspx?code=128893

Event phone: 425-460-4944

Description: You are invited to join Congruent in partnership with Microsoft for a Microsoft Response Point Demonstration and Test Drive. We will provide lunch and an overview of the Microsoft Response Point phone system.

Name of event: Untapped Workforce

Date and time: June 18, 9-11:30 a.m.

Place: Mezza Café, 2401 Utah Ave. S., 3rd Floor

Cost: Employers are free

Web site: http://pretrial.wawd.uscourts.gov/Workforce/index.html

Event phone: 206-370-8972

Description: Your company could be eligible for these hiring incentives: free insurance policy covering employee theft, forgery, larceny, and embezzlement; up to $2,400 in tax credits for each qualifying employee. Learn more about these incentives by attending this free breakfast event sponsored by U.S. Pretrial Services, U.S. Probation and the U.S. Federal Bureau of Prisons. We work in collaboration with state agencies, community organizations and employers in assisting defendants and offenders to obtain meaningful employment and become law-abiding, tax-paying citizens.

Name of event: Lake City Chamber of Commerce — Community Chat

Date and time: June 18, 7 a.m.

Place: Claire’s in Lake City, 125th & Lake City Way

Event phone: 206-363-3287

Description: Network with local business owners and professionals. Featured speakers: Bruce Lorig, principal, and Kim Orr, senior project manager at Lorig Associates regarding the Lake City Professional Building.

Name of event: WTIA June Technology in Focus Series: Profits & Privacy: Exploring the Boundaries of Digital Marketing

Date and time: June 18, 4:30-8 p.m.

Place: Westin Hotel, Seattle

Web site: http://www.washingtontechnology.org/pages/events/events_events_wsaevent.asp?id=08JUNETIF

Description: Managers are making tough decisions on how to monetize their online audience without trampling their privacy. This event will explore what companies can and are doing to deal with these issues in a fluid technological, regulatory, and advocacy landscape.

Name of event: WTIA HR Leadership Workshop

Date and time: June 18, 8 a.m.-noon.

Place: World Trade Center

Cost: Washington Technology Industry Association members, $75; nonmembers, $95

Web site: http://www.washingtontechnology.org/pages/events/events_events_wsaevent.asp?id=0806HR

Description: This edition of the Leadership Map Workshop is geared to the needs of HR professionals as leaders in the organization. Conducted by Poulson Leadership Consultants, the workshop will demonstrate how to use the Leadership Map framework to formulate coaching questions and track content.

Name of event: Celebrating Winners

Date and time: June 18, 5:30-7:30 p.m.

Place: Seattle Yacht Club, 1807 E. Hamlin St.

Cost: $45 AWC members, $55 nonmembers, $20 students

Web site: http://www.seattleawc.org/

Event phone: 206-654-2929

Description: Join the Association for Women in Communications as we celebrate winners, from an inspiring guest speaker to the recipients of our AWC annual founders award and college scholarships in communications. Please make reservations by June 16, at awcseattle@verizon.net or 206-654-2929.

Name of event: Bellevue Chamber June Business Lunch

Date and time: June 18, noon-1:30 p.m.

Place: The Harbor Club, Bellevue

Cost: $35 members, $45 nonmembers

Web site: www.bellevuechamber.org

Event phone: 425-213-1205

Description: Blake Nordstrom, president of Nordstrom Inc., will speak on the retailer’s presence and role on the Eastside, and doing business in Bellevue and the Northwest.

Name of event: Orientation for Business Development Training

Date and time: June 18, 6-7:30 p.m.

Place: Washington CASH

Cost: Free

Web site: www.washingtoncash.org

Event phone: 206-352-1945

Description: Attend an orientation to learn more about business training through Washington CASH

Name of event: SNAPin Technical Recruiting Event

Date and time: June 18, 4-7 p.m.

Place: Rock Bottom Brewery in Bellevue

Cost: Free

Web site: http://www.snapin.com/invitation/jobfair/recruit_registration.html

Description: A career at SNAPin offers you the chance to be on the forefront of technological development, working in the mobile industry. It’s Register now. Don’t forget to bring your résumé.

Name of event: Certified ScrumMaster Training Course

Date and time: June 18-19, 9 a.m.-5 p.m.

Place: Seattle Harbor Club

Cost: $1,200

Web site: http://www.solutionsiq.com/scrum/training_events.html

Event phone: 800-235-4091, ext. 2253

Description: Learn the essentials of working as a ScrumMaster or Scrum team member in this two-day course, which provides everything you need to get started with Scrum and Agile. Delivered by SolutionsIQ Agile thought leaders, this course shares time-tested practices for managing product backlogs, planning your releases and iterations (Sprints) and tracking and reporting progress.

Name of event: eWomenNetwork Accelerated Networking Luncheon

Date and time: June 19, 10:45 a.m.-1:45 p.m.

Place: Maggiano’s Little Italy, Downtown Bellevue

Cost: $39.95-$65.

Description: Radio stations across the U.S. need more than 10,000 guests per day to fill their shows. Let’s make it you who they’re talking to. Do you help people reduce stress? Save money, time or both? Can you help them get happy, focused, and healthy? If so, you can tap into the world of free radio publicity.

Name of event: How to Choose a Suitable Business

Date and time: June 19, noon.

Place: Seattle Public Library Central Branch,

Cost: Free

Web site: www.TheEsource.com/JPullen

Event phone: 206-324-1185

Description: Have you wondered whether a franchise is a sensible investment? Don’t know where to start to find out? Come to a free discussion of franchise opportunities. Learn about how to focus your search on the areas most likely to pay off for you. Space is limited. Call 206-324-1185 to reserve a place.

Name of event: Your Voice: The Most Important Tool in Your Career Toolkit

Date and time: June 19, 6:30 p.m.

Place: Phinney Neighborhood Association

Cost: Free

Web site: www.speakingmatters.net

Description: Anna Bernstein, founder of Speaking Matters, presents an interactive hour that will answer your questions about voice and speaking improvement, and include tips about taking your voice to its most professional level. This includes learning how to project your voice with warmth and power, how to sound like a leader and expert, influencing clients and prospects with your voice and learning how to make the brain-voice connection. Space is limited, so please RSVP to anna@speakingmatters.net.

Name of event: Downtown Seattle Association

Date and time: June 19, 11 a.m.-1:30 p.m.

Place: The Westin Hotel Grand Ballroom, 1900 Fifth Ave., Seattle

Cost: $125 for DSA members; $150 for nonmembers; corporate tables are also available

Web site: www.downtownseattle.com

Event phone: 206-623-0340

Description: With a theme of “Downtown is Golden,” the 50th annual DSA luncheon event will include a discussion moderated by KING 5 News Anchor Jean Enersen focusing on downtown’s next 50 years and beyond. The panel will feature Gene Duvernoy, Cascade Land Conservancy; Matt Griffin, Pine Street Group; Blake Nordstrom, from retailer Nordstrom; and former Seattle mayor Norm Rice, chairman of the board at 5th Avenue Theatre. The event will also feature a multimedia historical retrospective, as well as a celebration honoring Downtown Legacy Champion milestones of the past five decades presented by Bank of America.

Name of event: Live it Up Without Outliving Your Money

Date and time: June 21, 2008

Place: Bellevue Hyatt Regency

Cost: Free

Web site: www.merrimanberkmannext.com

Event phone: 206-285-8877

Description: This workshop was created to show you how to build a retirement portfolio that has the potential to increase your wealth and keep risk in check.

Name of event: Making Money in the Next Big U.S. Stock Market

Date and time: June 24, noon-1 p.m.

Place: One Union Square Building, Union Square Boardroom (behind the escalator), 600 University St., Seattle

Cost: Free

Web site: www.smeadcap.com

Event phone: 877-701-2883

Description: This complimentary lunch event will offer investment advice from William W. Smead, CEO of Smead Capital Management.

Name of event: Web Surveys That Work

Date and time: June 24, 6-9 p.m.

Place: BCC North Campus

Cost: $65

Web site: http://at-campus.net/bcc2/ems/Course/Course.aspx?c=8993

Description: Learn how to connect with customers, employees and members quickly and cost effectively through Web surveys. This course covers determining whether the Web is your best option, selecting tools and services, maximizing response rates, using skips and data validation, accessibility, and making sure your data is reliable. Instructor Ann Ray has been working with Web surveys since 1996 as a manager of Web survey software and services, and as an adviser to corporate researchers and consultants.

Name of event: Seattle Graphic Artists Guild June Workshop: Creating an Inspiring and Productive Workspace

Date and time: June 25, 11:30 a.m.-2 p.m.

Place: Rock Salt Steak and Seafood on Lake Union

Cost: $30-40

Web site: http://seattleguild.org

Description: Freelance graphic designer Erik Fadiman will teach you how to build Web pages with Cascading Style Sheets, use CSS to change how a Web page looks without changing content; and lay out Web pages with CSS in Adobe Dreamweaver,

Name of event: Certified Scrum Product Owner Course

Date and time: June 25-26, 2008

Place: Seattle Harbor Club

Cost: $1,200 per attendee

Web site: http://www.solutionsiq.com/scrum/training_events.html

Event phone: 800-235-4091

Description: The role of the Scrum Product Owner is critical to achieving improved productivity within an Agile organization. Scrum increases the emphasis on driving business value through close collaboration with the delivery team, and the Scrum Product Owner is critical to the success of the team. This two-day course trains Product Owners and their supporting stakeholders in using practical tools and techniques that will maximize return on investment and customer satisfaction.

Name of event: Strategic Planning Simplified: One Page, One Day

Date and time: June 26, 9 a.m.-5:30 p.m.

Place: Columbia Tower, 701 5th Ave., Seattle

Cost: $999 to $1,099

Web site: http://www.BusinessAndMarketingPlan.com

Event phone: 360-271-8418

Description: Do you have clear, measurable goals? Is your success being tracked? If not, then it’s time to create a business plan and marketing you’ll enjoy doing and using daily. Walk in with your laptop, leave with a first-draft completed plan.

Name of event: Bellevue Chamber June Business After Hours

Date and time: June 26, 5:30-7:30 p.m.

Place: Eastside Commercial Bank

Cost: $12 members, $20 nonmembers

Web site: www.bellevuechamber.org

Event phone: 425-213-1205

Description: Make business connections at this after-work, networking focused event.

Name of event: Essentials of Bootstrapping Workshop

Date and time: June 26, 7:30 a.m.-noon

Place: Perkins Coie offices, 1201 Third Ave., Suite 4800, Seattle

Cost: $65 for Northwest Entrepreneur Network members, $115 for nonmembers

Web site: www.nwen.org

Event phone: 425-564-5701

Description: Nearly every startup company goes through a period when cash is extremely tight and the demands of fueling the company’s growth are monumental. Bootstrapping — the corporate version of Europe on $10 a day — is a critical and immensely useful skill that enables startups to stay alive until they can get traction. This workshop will provide you with the techniques you need to maximize early cash inflow and control cash outflow. In addition to marketing, finance and legal experts, you will hear successful entrepreneurs talk about their real-life stories of bootstrapping their companies to success.

Name of event: Principles of Management online class

Date and time: July 1-Aug. 22.

Place: online via Edmonds Community College

Web site: http://mgmt.edcc.edu

Event phone: 425-640-1388

Description: Learn managerial skills with an emphasis on planning, decision-making, staffing, leading employees and teams, and controlling operation. Class counts toward a Project Management certificate.

Name of event: Starting a New Business Workshop

Date and time: July 2 & Aug. 6, 8 a.m.-4 p.m.

Place: SCORE, 2401 4th Ave., Suite 450

Cost: $85; $75 for each additional attendee

Web site: www.seattlescore.org

Event phone: 206 553 7320

Description: Learn all of the basics of getting a business off the ground, including structure, insurance, accounting and operations.

Name of event: Voice and Communication Classes

Date and time: July 8, 15, 22 & 29, 6:15-7:45 p.m.

Place: Phinney Neighborhood Association, 6532 Phinney Ave. N., Room 3, Seattle

Cost: $200 for 4 sessions

Web site: www.brain-voice.com

Event phone: 206-216-4650

Description: Anna Bernstein of The Brain-Voice Connection (formerly Speaking Matters) offers these voice and communication skills improvement classes, aimed at helping you project your voice with warmth and power, sound like a leader and expert, and influence clients and prospects with your voice. Class is limited to 12 people. Money-back guarantee.

Name of event: Building a Business Plan Workshop

Date and time: July 9, Aug. 13, & Sept. 10, 8 a.m. — 4 p.m.

Place: SCORE, 2401 4th Ave., Suite 450, Seattle

Cost: $85; $75 for each additional attendee

Web site: www.seattlescore.org

Event phone: 206 553 7320

Description: A well-written business plan is your blueprint for success.

Name of event: BizJam Seattle 08 — Social Media Essentials for Small Business

Date and time: July 9 & 10

Place: Youngstown Cultural Arts Center, 4408 Delridge Way SW, West Seattle

Cost: $390

Web site: http://www.bizjamseattle.com

Event phone: 206-228-0780

Description: Savvy business owners know that social media such as blogs, social networks and online communities are effective, inexpensive ways to promote your business. Learn how to fully tap their potential at BizJam, where 30 expert speakers will host dozens of workshops. You’ll leave with a solid understanding of how to promote your business using free and low-cost tools, ready to ride the wave of change rather than get buried by it.

Name of event: Hong Kong and Zhuhai: Your Partners for Success in China

Date and time: July 15, 8:30 a.m.-2 p.m.

Place: Sheraton Seattle Hotel

Cost: Free with online registration before June 30

Web site: http://www.nushkba.org/Events/Seattle15Jul08.htm

Event phone: 213-622-3194 ext. 218

Description: A half-day seminar, networking lunch and business matching workshop on doing business with Hong Kong and China The program includes presentations on Hong Kong’s advantages, an experience-sharing discussion session with local executives who are already doing business with Hong Kong and China, and an update on the latest business environment in the Pearl River Delta region in China.

Name of event: Certified ScrumMaster Training Course

Date and time: July 16-17, 9 a.m.-5 p.m.

Place: Seattle Harbor Club

Cost: $1,200

Web site: http://www.solutionsiq.com/scrum/training_events.html

Event phone: 800-235-4091, ext. 2253

Description: Learn the essentials of working as a ScrumMaster or Scrum team member in this two-day course, which provides everything you need to get started with Scrum and Agile. Delivered by SolutionsIQ Agile thought leaders, this course shares time-tested practices for managing product backlogs, planning your releases and iterations (Sprints) and tracking and reporting progress.

Name of event: Internet Business Workshop

Date and time: July 25, Aug. 13 & Aug. 29, 1-3 p.m.

Place: SCORE, 2401 4th Ave., Suite 450, Seattle

Cost: $25, $20 for each additional attendee

Web site: www.seattlescore.org

Event phone: 206-553-7320

Description: Learn how to use your Web site to promote, operate or grow your business.

Name of event: Lunch & Learn: How to Get More Customers Now

Date and time: July 28, noon-1:30 p.m.

Place: ActionCOACH Seattle Office

Cost: $199

Web site: www.actioncoachseattle.com

Event phone: 206-352-0600

Description: This workshop will focus on a 10-step process to help you get more customers, including marketing and advertising, number crunching, and profiling your ideal target customer. Lunch & Learn is a monthly hands-on workshop for local business owners, presented by Isabella McPeak of coaching firm ActionCOACH. Lunch will be served.

Name of event: Certified ScrumMaster Training Course

Date and time: Aug. 20-21, 9 a.m.-5 p.m.

Place: Seattle Harbor Club

Cost: $1,200

Web site: http://www.solutionsiq.com/scrum/training_events.html

Event phone: 800-235-4091, ext. 2253

Description: Learn the essentials of working as a ScrumMaster or Scrum team member in this two-day course, which provides everything you need to get started with Scrum and Agile. Delivered by SolutionsIQ Agile thought leaders, this course shares time-tested practices for managing product backlogs, planning your releases and iterations (Sprints) and tracking and reporting progress.

Name of event: Starting a New Business Workshop

Date and time: Sept. 3, 8 a.m.-4 p.m.

Place: SCORE, 2401 4th Ave., Suite 450, Seattle

Cost: $85; $75 for each additional attendee

Web site: www.seattlescore.org

Event phone: 206-553-7320

Description: Learn all of the basics of getting a business off the ground, including structure, insurance, accounting and operations.

Name of event: Agile Program Management with Scrum

Date and time: Sept. 10-11, 2008; 9 a.m. — 5 p.m.

Place: Seattle Harbor Club

Cost: $1,500

Web site: http://www.solutionsiq.com/scrum/training_events.html

Event phone: 800-235-4091, ext. 2253

Description: Are you looking for techniques to grow your successful Agile projects into an Agile program? Do you know what your next steps are on the Agile Maturity Scale? In this two-day course you will learn practices to help you grow your Agile teams into successful Agile programs, enabling you to take on more complex challenges while staying true to the Agile values and practices that you used in the Agile projects.

Name of event: WWEE 2008 Pierce County benefit breakfast

Date and time: Sept. 17, 7:30-8:30 a.m.

Place: Hotel Murano, Tacoma

Web site: www.WWEE.org

Event phone: 253-590-0647

Description: Washington Women’s Employment & Education (WWEE) will host its 2008 Benefit Breakfast to recognize and celebrate the success achieved by WWEE graduates. At this fundraising event, breakfast guests will have the opportunity to hear WWEE graduate speakers share their personal stories of triumph over adversityReservations are required. Email: info@wwee

Name of event: Project Management class

Date and time: Sept. 22-Dec. 11, 9:30-10:20 a.m., Mon.-Thurs.

Place: Edmonds Community College

Web site: http://mgmt.edcc.edu

Event phone: 425-640-1388

Description: Learn to work in a project team and create plans that identify the project scope, constraints, stakeholders and risks. This class counts toward a Project Management certificate.

Name of event: Microsoft Project online class

Date and time: Sept. 22-Dec. 11

Place: Online via Edmonds Community College

Web site: http://mgmt.edcc.edu

Event phone: 425-640-1388

Description: Learn to organize, schedule, manage and report projects using Microsoft Project. This class counts toward a Project Management certificate, which may be completed in less than a year.