2012 City of Temecula Newsletter
July 11: IESBDC Workshop – “Certifications for Your Business & 8(a) Application”. 9am – 11am. Register online at www.iesmallbusiness.com or by phone at (909) 983-5005 July 12: TVCC Professional Development Series – “Business Mixer Etiquette”. 9am – 11am. For more information contact firstname.lastname@example.org July 16: VYP Professional Evolution Series –“Invention- I have an idea for a […]
“Hard work is like stairs and luck is like an elevator, sometimes the elevator may fail but stairs will always take you to the top.” (Q) What type of youth employment and training opportunities are available to Temecula residents? The city offers the Internship/Fellowship program. The City of Temecula Internship Program offers part-time internships to high school […]Chuck Washington, economic development, fellowship, internship
Saturday, June 8th at 9:00 AM Volunteer Tour Guide Orientation 10:00 AM Walking Tour of Old Town Temecula. Visit the Temecula Valley Museum this Saturday, June 8th at 9am to learn about becoming a volunteer Tour Guide. Refreshments will be available, and after the discussion, take the 10am walking tour of Old Town Temecula free! […]history museum, museum, old town
City of Temecula’s Envision Jefferson Avenue project wins the American Planning Association’s Inland Empire Section 2013 Education Award, and wins an honorable mention for the 2013 Southern California Association of Governments Compass Blueprint Award. The American Planning Association has announced that the City of Temecula’s “Envision Jefferson Avenue” project was awarded the Inland Empire Section […]envision jefferson, jeff comerchero, jefferson, mike naggar, ron roberts
Does your child spend most of their “free time” playing video games? Is your child not keeping up with homework or getting poor grades? Is your child displaying negative behaviors when he/she cannot play video games? With the overuse of social media and gaming, many youth are developing serious pathological patterns of video game addiction. […]addiction, video games
It’s a good day for business in Temecula!
WASHINGTON, D.C. – With research proving play is critical to the overall well-being of children, 217 cities and towns, including Temecula, earned recognition from national non-profit KaBOOM! as a 2013 Playful City USA community for their efforts to give children the childhood they deserve by providing ample opportunities for play. Mayor Mike Naggar stated, “Temecula […]jeff comerchero, mike naggar, parks, tcsd