Opportunities

Opportunities with the Mendocino County Tourism Commission

Upcoming Workshop

We have teamed up with The West Business Development Center (formerly the West Company) to bring you quality content and relevant information.  Please review the following workshop in our series “Hospitality In A Digital Age”.  It will be held at West Business Development locations in both Fort Bragg at 345 N. Franklin St. and Ukiah at 185 E. Church St.

For more information and to register visit West Center Workshops.

March 13: Ft. Bragg  6-8 pm / March 28: Ukiah 6-8 pm

Your Website IS Your Brand – Presented by Brendan McGuigan

As the internet continues to become the main tool for trip planning and purchases, the importance in hospitality of a strong website and web presence continues to grow. Yet many hospitality websites are outdated, cumbersome, or disconnected from the property they represent.It is more critical than ever to create a seamless experience for virtual visitors – both on traditional desktops/laptops and on mobile devices – and to ensure you are putting your best foot forward.

The workshop will discuss fundamentals, and then take a deep dive into participant websites to see what works and what doesn’t – and use that as a jumping off point to discussing how sites can be improved.

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Seeking Stakeholder Assistance as Trade Show Brand Ambassadors

As a Visit Mendocino Trade Show Brand Ambassador, you will support Richard Strom, Visit Mendocino’s Director of Tourism Development in trade show efforts. Please contact Richard Strom to learn about the opportunities listed below:

Travel and Adventure Show | SF/Bay Area Travel Show
Location | Santa Clara Convention Center | Santa Clara CA
Dates of Travel | March 22-24, 2019

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Customer Service, Business 107, Spring 2019

Customer service approached by developing acuity of the customer’s needs by skill training in listening vs. hearing, empathetic vs. sympathetic, planning and preparation, product and service awareness, policy and procedure, oral, written, and online business etiquette, problem solving and customer retention approaches, internal and external customer relationships, and marketing and profit making with proactive methods.

Lake Center | BUS 107 (0157)
Wednesday: 5:30 PM to 8:20 PM
01/22/2019 to 05/25/2019

Online | BUS 107 (4130)
Weekday/s & times TBA
03/25/2019 to 05/24/2019

Instructor: Julia Siderakis, Business Advisor | Community Outreach & Partnership Developer
707.367.4204 | jsiderakis@mendocino.edu | Mendocino Community College | 1000 Hensley Creek Road

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Culinary Arts Management, Spring 2019

Culinary Classes are open to all students attending Mendocino College! The skills you learn in culinary classes lead to greater employ-ability. You obtain excellent life skills, the classes are fun and you eat what you prepare! What could be better?

Mendocino Campus | 01/22/2019 to 05/25/2019
CAM 140 | Working the Room | MON & TUE: 6:30 PM to 8:20 PM
CAM 130B | Baking II | TUE: 11:00 AM to 2:50 PM
CAM 102 | Culinary Skills II | TUE & WED: 3:00 PM to 6:20 PM
CAM 70C | Seasonal Vegetarian Cuisine (Winter/Spring/8 Weeks)| WED: 12:00 PM to 1:50 PM
CAM 70D | Seasonal Vegetarian Cuisine (Spring/Summer/8 Weeks)| WED: 12:00 PM to 1:50 PM
CAM 130C | Pastry & Desserts (12 Weeks) | 5:00 PM to 7:20 PM
CAM 121 A-B | Catering Labs I,II | Various Days/Times | Note: these classes meet when we have catering events and credits are earned for hours attended.

Online | 01/22/2019 to 05/25/2019
CAM 152 | Food Equipment Safety & Sanitation | 04/01/2019 to 05/25/2019
CAM 161 | Food Start-ups: How to make (& keep) your money in the Food Business
CAM 260 | The Meaning of Food

Instructor: Julia Siderakis, Business Advisor | Community Outreach & Partnership Developer
707.367.4204 | jsiderakis@mendocino.edu | Mendocino Community College | 1000 Hensley Creek Road

 


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