Archives for September 2012

HOW TO: Claim Your Nonprofit’s “Company Page” on LinkedIn

Odds are your nonprofit has a “Company Page” on LinkedIn. If any of your past staff, interns, or volunteers have a personal profile on LinkedIn and they have added their position at your nonprofit to their work “Experience,” then your nonprofit does indeed have a LinkedIn Company Page. If not, then you can easily create one.

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NWS Los Angeles/Oxnard Weather Impacts for Sept. 30-Oct. 2

From the National Weather  Service:

This email is intended for critical weather partners in Los Angeles, Ventura, Santa Barbara, and San Luis Obispo Counties.

…Hot and Dry Weather Expected Sunday Through Tuesday…
…Heightened Fire Danger Due to Low Humidity, Offshore Winds, and Hot Conditions, Especially Monday and Tuesday…
 
MAIN IMPACTS
  • Hot weather –  High temperatures on Sunday are predicted to be 95 to 105 inland with 80s to near 90 at the coasts. On Monday and Tuesday, offshore winds will increase over Ventura and Los Angeles Counties with high temperatures 100-107 in the valleys and well into the 90s at the coasts. Record high temperatures will be possible these two days. Nighttime lows should cool into the 60s and 70s. This will be a significant heat event for people without air conditioning closer to the ocean. 
  •  Fire danger –  The hot weather from Sunday through Tuesday will be accompanied by single digit humidities, very dry fuels, and 20 to 30 mph offshore wind gusts through and below passes and canyons of Ventura and Los Angeles Counties. Poor overnight humidity recoveries are also expected during the period.

 

SYNOPSIS
A strong high pressure system will develop over California this weekend and persist into early next week. A large low pressure area well to the west of southern California will help generate light offshore winds, especially Monday and Tuesday that will boost temperatures potentially to record highs both for the valleys and coastal areas. Dry, hot, and breezy conditions will increase fire danger to elevated levels throughout the region. Expect the high pressure system to begin to shift east on Wednesday with temperatures lowering as winds turn more onshore.
FORECAST CONFIDENCE

There is high confidence of hot weather impacting the area and moderate confidence in the strength of the offshore winds for Monday and Tuesday.

 

 
NWS will continue to provide email updates if the forecast changes or check our website at www.weather.gov/losangeles
Contact NWS Los Angeles/Oxnard at             (805) 988-6619       for 24×7 forecast updates (unlisted).
Monitor NWS Los Angeles/Oxnard Facebook and Twitter for additional information.

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Pediatric Trauma Conference Oct 8th and 9th

Registration is open for Children’s Hospital Los Angeles: 13th Annual Pediatric Trauma Conference.

 

The conference will be held at The California Endowment on Monday October 8th andTuesday October 9th.  You can attend one or both days. EMS professionals and students will receive a discount. Also Continuing Education credits will be available.

 

On Tuesday October 9th, we have two excellent disaster presentations including

  • ·         Lessons Learned from Aurora Colorado Shootings presented by one of the Emergency Department Nurses and the nurse who served as Incident Commander for Colorado Children’s Hospital
  • ·         Lessons Learned from the Haiti Earthquake presented by Dr. Henri Ford, a Haitian native and also Chief of Pediatric Surgery at Children’s Hospital Los Angeles.  Dr. Ford continues to do work in Haiti following this disaster.

 

Scholarships are available and if individuals are interested, they should email Lenee Richards at lrichards@chla.usc.edu

 

 

1 day costs $150

2 days costs $200

 

To register, visit

www.chla.org/trauma

 

For questions, please contact Elizabeth Cleek, Trauma Program Manager at            323-361-4526       or Lenee Richards at             323-361-7946      

$10,000 in Scholarship Awards Available to 2nd Year College Students

The Asian Pacific Community Fund partners with Verizon to financially assist students in pursuit of higher education as they face the challenge of significantly rising costs when obtaining a college degree. These awards will support those who excel academically, are leaders amongst their peers, and are making a positive impact in their communities.

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Workshop: Mobilizing Faith-Based Community Organizations in Preparing for Disaster

Please see attached flyer for workshop in Nogales, Arizona on September 27, 2012.  This 8-hour, planning and management-level course trains faith-based community organization (FBCO) representatives, management level emergency managers, and first responders from small and rural communities to strategically mobilize and engage members for FCBO’s including religious charities, nonprofits’ such as the Salvation Army, the American Red Cross, churches (both affiliated and unaffiliated), temples, synagogues, mosques, and NGOs ect, in a reciprocal approach to disaster planning that is integrated into current local and statewide emergency management efforts.

 

Los Angeles All Hazards/Stakeholders Summit

Join the City of Los Angeles Emergency Management Department’s General Manager, Jim Featherstone, at the All Hazards/Stakeholder Summit.

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