06/02: APEX Dallas Professional Development Mini-Lecture - Module I: "Goals and Dreams"
06/10: Restaurant Reviews in Uptown
06/30: APEX Power Lunch
feb - aug: APEX Dallas College Mentor Program
06/02 APEX Dallas Professional Development Mini-Lecture Series - Module I: "Goals and Dreams"
Event Name: Professional Development Career Event
Date: Thursday, June 2nd, 2005
Time: 7:30 pm
Location: Nedley's 1801 N. Plano Road , Richardson TX (972)690-1944
Contact: RSVP to Mel Fernando, firstname.lastname@example.org or Min Fang, email@example.com
APEX Dallas would like to invite you for our first exciting career development event of the year. Our guest speaker will focus on "Goals and Dreams" which will help both your professional and personal life. This is also a great opportunity to meet with other Asian-professionals around the DFW metroplex.
06/10 Restaurant Reviews in Uptown
Date: Friday, June 10th
Time: 7:30 PM
RSVP by June 5.
Mattito's: Justin, firstname.lastname@example.org
Dream Café: Wendy, email@example.com
Restaurant Reviews are back !!! And this time we're answering the siren's call south of Addison. Join us as we descend down to where it all started: Uptown Dallas. We'll hit up some of the places that continuously make Uptown the place to see and be seen. Start the evening off right with a great Mexican meal at Mattio's or partake in a southwestern selection at Dream Café.. Then to top things off, we'll head over for some tasty drinks and even better conversation at the quintessential uptown watering hole, Martini Ranch. Be sure to make reservations soon with either Justin or Wendy!!
Parking: Abundant amount of parking spots are available in the Quadrangle. These restaurants are all within walking distance of each other. Please contact Wendy or Justin for more information or driving directions.
06/30 APEX Power Lunch
Date: Thursday, June 30th
Time: 11:30 AM
Restaurant: Maggiano's Little Italy
Address: 205 Northpark Center, 75225
Coordinator: Angela, firstname.lastname@example.org
Restaurant: Cafe Express
Address: 5800 Legacy Drive, 75024
Coordinator: Wendy, email@example.com
Restaurant: Boots and Brix
Address: 701 E. Campbell Road, 75081
Coordinator: Min, firstname.lastname@example.org
Would you like to enjoy great food while making quality business connections? Try our business networking Power Lunches. To fit your busy schedule and for your convenience, we have provided three locations for you to choose from. We will maximize business synergies by making best efforts to seat you at a table with the types of professionals you are looking to meet. After the lunch we will email you the list of attendees to help you to follow up with your new contacts.
If interested, please RSVP with the coordinator at each location and provide the following information:
Would you like to make your contact information publicly available? Y/N
What type(s) of professionals would you like to meet:
feb - aug APEX Dallas College Mentor Program
Date: February - August
Contact: Justin Hung, email@example.com
APEX College Mentor Program: Sponsored by Deloitte
The APEX College Mentor Program is a chance for our organization to give back to the community while also committing to help develop the Asian American leaders of tomorrow. This year, from February to August, APEX Dallas will host the pilot program of the College Mentor Program. 15 mentors will be paired up with 15 students from the Southern Methodist University. Our goal for the first year is to develop a strong foundation of mentors, sponsors, and resources to build upon for the following years.
Mentors will be required to spend at least 4 hours per month communicating with their mentees through email, phone, or face-to-face. Additionally, mentors will be encouraged to bring their mentees to their workplace. A feedback survey will be distributed at the end of the Spring Program to both mentors and mentees to help improve the program.
Our mentors have the following backgrounds:
ˇ At least one year of professional work experience.
ˇ Comes from one of a diverse range of fields (medicine, law, engineering, marketing, finance, IT, retail, accounting)
ˇ APEX Membership for 2005
ˇ Enthusiasm to pass on knowledge and wisdom about their careers and job industry.
If you have any questions about the program, please contact Justin Hung at firstname.lastname@example.org or Anthony Luu at email@example.com.
To help foster the career development of undergraduate students in the Dallas/Ft. Worth area by providing a program for which young professionals can mentor students with similar backgrounds and interests in building a professional network, developing a professional skills set, as well as achieving their overall career goals.
APEX Dallas Mentors will achieve its mission by
ˇ Providing advice on how to succeed in the corporate world
ˇ Passing on experience and knowledge about specific industries
ˇ Advising students on job searches and networking tips
ˇ Encouraging mentees to follow their career dreams
ˇ Building lasting relationships with their mentees
Saturday, February 19th
Mandatory Mentor Meeting - Review mentor responsibilities and bid for mentees.
Saturday, March 5th
Kick-off Luncheon - The kick-off luncheon will introduce the program to both the mentors and mentees and give them a chance to mingle and interact with one another in a relaxed environment. The event is scheduled for March 5th, 11:30 am at the Blue Mesa Grill on Belt Line.
Monday, August 1st
Feedback forms will be sent to both mentors and mentee to review the program strengths, weaknesses, and areas for improvement.
Wednesday, August 30th
Close of the College Mentor Program pilot program.