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Join us for a live, online conversation with the City of Seattle Human Resources.
Click here to enter live stream.
Enter as “Anonymous.” Or by phone: 206-207-1700; Conference ID: 146 123 2689#
Language: English, Español, 中文, Tiểng Việt, Русский
Meet Heather Weldon, Supported Employment Program Manager, and Steve Zwerin, Director, HR Investigations Unit.
Weldon will share the secret ingredients that make the City’s internationally recognized program to hire people with developmental disabilities so successful. Learn more about how the City is addressing equity and inclusion with this creative approach to inclusive hiring.
Zwerin will be speaking about the City’s diversity recruitment efforts and strategies to encourage applicants who might otherwise be overlooked or excluded from traditional hiring processes. Zwerin will also cover services provided by Seattle Human Services to applicants and existing employees with guidance on resumes, interviewing, and much more.
Civic Coffee Hours bring community elders closer to local government officials to explore topics of interest. Learn how decisions are made, how to get involved, and how to take advantage of programs and services. Closed captioning is provided in Arabic, Chinese, English, Russian, Spanish and Vietnamese.
Presented in partnership with Age Friendly Seattle – Seattle Human Services.
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Mexican-Jewish family stories + recipes from her new cookbook, “Treasures of the Mexican Table”
In conversation with food writer Adeena Sussman
SUN | Nov 14 | 1PM
Pati Jinich, star of PBS’s “Pati’s Mexican Table,” discusses her new cookbook and her Mexican-Jewish heritage and recipes with food writer Adeena Sussman (“Sababa”) in this virtual chef talk and cooking demo.
For ten seasons, Jinich has cooked her heart out on her James Beard Award-winning, Emmy-nominated TV series. The Mexican-Jewish chef, cooking teacher, food writer, and mom devotes each episode to the evolution of authentic Mexican food and Mexico’s rich history and culture.
For her new cookbook, “Treasures of the Mexican Table,” Jinich shares Mexican-Jewish recipes and discusses ‘what it’s like to be a Yiddishe mama Mexicana,” to quote moderator and food writer Adeena Sussman.
Cooking demo and recipes will be provided.
$5*-10 talk | $30-35 talk and cookbook (includes free ticket + shipping)
*discount for J members, students, seniors 65+ and Program Partners patrons
Zoom link emailed one (1) hour before the program start time. Books shipped after November 23 (US only).
Ticket sales close one hour before event.