About EAC: Employer Advisory Councils (EAC’s) were formed in 1978 to serve in an advisory capacity to the Employment Development Department (EDD) Workforce Services Program. The San Mateo County EAC meets monthly to exchange ideas and concerns about Human Resources management issues.
Purpose of Scholarship: To assist a San Mateo County resident who is studying some aspect of Business Administration, Human Resources or some area of study that will ultimately provide the opportunity to make a contribution to our society. The scholarship is to be used to further the education of the recipient.
Criteria for Scholarship:
• Write a brief letter of introduction (approximately 300-500 words) stating your financial needs as well as your career and personal goals. Your letter should demonstrate why you should be awarded this scholarship. Include your mailing address, a telephone number where you can be reached, and your email address.
• Provide 2-3 letters of recommendations from a school counselor or teacher, a community agency, an employer, etc.
• Demonstrate a desire to learn by providing a history of academic accomplishments, volunteer services, certificates of achievements, etc.
• Finalists will participate in a personal interview with the EAC Scholarship Committee, and must be present at the Scholarship Luncheon on July 22, 2015.
Who is Eligible: Any undergraduate student who is a San Mateo County resident enrolled or planning to enroll in: Adult School R.O.P., Community College, College or University, or a Vocational Training Program. Previous San Mateo county EAC Scholarship recipients are not eligible.
Award Amount: One Scholarship – $1,000.00 – will be awarded.
Applications must be postmarked no later than Friday, May 22, 2015.
Finalists will be interviewed on Wednesday, June 24, 2015.
Recipients will be notified no later than Wednesday, July 8, 2015
Awards luncheon ceremony will be held on Wednesday, July 22, 2015.
Send Application to:
EAC Scholarship Committee
P.O. Box 25075
San Mateo, CA 94402-5075
Fremont Main Library, Fukaya Room
Come to experience the world-renowned Shaolin Kung Fu Chan. There is a saying that all kung fu (martial arts) under the sun originates from Shaolin Temple of China (established in AD 495). For over 1500 years, kung fu meets Chan (Zen) at this ancient monastery as a life style that evolved into a holistic system for physical and spiritual wellness. With Shaolin Kung Fu Chan (Zen), people get to experience the unique workout for body and mind. They exercise their bodies with kung fu and their minds with Chan (Zen).
Fortunately, this age-old Shaolin Temple discipline has a local presence. Shaolin Temple USA, its North American branch, opened its door in Fremont in 2007 to share the wonders and health benefits of Shaolin Kung Fu Chan (Zen) with the American people.
This fitness session will begin with a live demonstration of the kung fu prowess by Shaolin Temple USA’s masters and students, followed by a full-on body and mind workout, including self-defense techniques, and a Chan (Zen) session.
Please call 510-745-1401 or TTY 888-663-0660 for more information.
10:00 am - 3:00 pm
Lotus Taoism Institute
San Francisco CA
Pray for Nepal,
A chanting ceremony for Nepal earthquake victim, and pray for peace.
6:30 am - 2:00 pm
Menlo-Atherton High School
The 24th annual Bike 4 Breath is more than just a cycling event – It’s a day full of fun where riders of all levels come together to support clean air and healthy lungs! Cyclists raise funds for asthma education, tobacco control, clean air advocacy and lung disease research in support of the work of Breathe California.
This year, Bike 4 Breath will start and end at Menlo-Atherton High School in Atherton. Three route options include a family friendly 10 mile route, a 30 mile intermediate route, and a challenging 64 mile route for the cycling enthusiast.
Registration fees start at $60 (discounts for riders under 18).
5:30 am - 2:00 pm
Ferry Building Marketplace
San Francisco CA
The 38th running of The San Francisco Marathon brings a full marathon, half marathon, 5K and 52.4-mile ultra marathon to the streets and bridges of San Francisco. Known for its scenic views, this USATF certified course is a Boston marathon qualifying race. The full marathon and first half marathon start at the Ferry Building, run along the Embarcadero, and cross along the roadbed of the Golden Gate Bridge.
Race Information -http://www.thesfmarathon.com/the-races/
Runner registration – https://wdc.rccal.com/racecentralpublic/main.cfm/runsfm2015/D961E9F236177D65D21100592EDB0769/?do=userform&f=1
Course map – http://www.thesfmarathon.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/01/Full-Course-Map_Web.pdf
Volunteer information – http://www.thesfmarathon.com/volunteers/volunteer-info/