This week, we covered the following news and you may read them in detail by visiting the links given below.
UCR, and Blackstone LaunchPad will conduct a workshop on February, 14, 2022 at the Creat’R Lab (Orbach Library). It’s a hands on workshop where participants have an opportunity to learn by doing. It includes things like:
- The ideation process
- The power of free-thinking
- How we can master ideation even if we don’t think we are very creative
You can register for the event here.
The Jamboree Housing Corp. will now build a 33-unit supportive housing project based on a $1.5 million payment approved by Claremont, CA. The Jamboree Housing Corp. is a nonprofit organization that builds high quality, affordable housing.
The California Institute for Telecommunications and Information Technology, or Calit2 has added University of California, Riverside (UCR) as its third campus. The UC Office of the President has approved a plan for University of California Riverside to join founding members UC San Diego and UC Irvine in the multidisciplinary research institute. Calit2 was created by the state of California over 20 years ago to ensure the state remains on the leading edge of information technology, communications, and other 21st-century technologies.
Controller Betty T. Lee along with the sponsorship of City of Coachella held an educational webinar for small business owners in the Inland Empire. It was held from 10 to 11:30 a.m. on February 9th, 2022. It was aimed at sharing the details of support programs available to Inland Empire’s small businesses through federal, state, and local governments.
The San Jacinto College District is a community college and it has appointed Dr. Alisha Wilkins as board member of the college’s foundation. Dr. Wilkins has been living in the City of Temecula home for more than 17 years. It was in 2002 that she moved in Temecula with her husband, a now-retired Navy Veteran who served our country for more than 24 years.
The Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival will take place this year from APR 15-17 & 22-24. Passes are no longer available for the festival, however, you join the waitlist here. As part of a partnership with crypto exchange FTX, the Coachella Valley Music & Arts Festival will return this April after a two-year pause. The festival’s management has announced a series of non-fungible tokens (NFTs) offering on-site perks and VIP access to the event. “The Hash” team discusses the latest move signaling NFTs taking off in the music industry and bringing mainstream blockchain awareness to the masses.
Upcoming Meetups & Meetings
- Ideation Workshop By Blackstone – Mon Feb 14 https://Www.Eventbrite.Com/E/Ideation-Workshop-Registration-257246058887
- Beers And Bitcoin In Beaumont Meetup – Mon Feb 14 https://Startempirewire.Com/Event/Beers-And-Bitcoin-In-Beaumont-Meetup-6/
- Raspberry Pi: General Discussion – Mon Feb 14 https://Discover.Events.Com/Us/California/Rubidoux/E/Leisure/Raspberry-Pi-Discussion-3499-Tenth-St-423541931
- The Sustainable Business Initiative – Sat Feb 26 – 27 https://Www.Facebook.Com/Photo/?Fbid=10157906441536920&Set=A.10150222970496920
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