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Nehemiah CEO Scott Syphax To Deliver Commencement Address at Drexel University in Sacramento

Nehemiah CEO Scott Syphax To Deliver Commencement Address at  Drexel University in Sacramento

Scott Syphax, the President and CEO of Nehemiah Corporation of America, will deliver the keynote address at Drexel University’s third commencement in Sacramento on Saturday, June 22 at the Crocker Art Museum.

Syphax will also receive an honorary Doctor of Humane Letters degree and join about 100 graduating students at the Drexel University Sacramento ceremony at 7 p.m. Drexel Provost Dr. Mark Greenberg will award the degrees at the scenic courtyard location at the Crocker.

Several Sacramento graduates also traveled to Philadelphia last week to participate in Drexel’s 126th Commencement ceremonies at Drexel’s University City Campus.

Syphax, who serves on the Drexel Board of Advisors, lives in Elk Grove and graduated from California State University, Sacramento.

Special "Writing from Within" Workshop this Saturday!

Special "Writing from Within" Workshop this Saturday!

Have you ever wanted to document your life story?  Or learn to write with more skill and style?  Or even see your place in the world from a fresh perspective?  Now is your chance to improve your writing skills and potentially even turn your life stories into published novels and screenplays during a special “Writing from Within” workshop offered by Bernard Selling this Saturday, May 18, from 9 a.m. to noon at the City of West Sacramento Community Center.  

An accomplished writer, director, producer and writing teacher, Selling has a successfully written, produced and directed award-winning documentary and short fiction films based on stories by American authors.

Railroad Museum Offers "Trains & Tripods" Photo Opportunity & Lighting Seminar

Railroad Museum Offers "Trains & Tripods" Photo Opportunity & Lighting Seminar

Lights, Camera, Action! 

Back by popular demand, the California State Railroad Museum is proud to host a unique “Trains & Tripods Photo Opportunity & Lighting Seminar” on Friday evening, May 10 and Saturday morning, May 11 (before the Museum opens for the day). 

The two-part program includes an optional seminar on existing light photography and a photographers-only photo session inside the visually-enticing museum before it opens to the public for the day.  

Amateur photographers of all skill levels can choose to attend one or both of the activities. Conducted by former Sacramento Bee photographer and Canon USA consultant Dave Henry, the fast-paced and information-packed lighting seminar is scheduled for Friday evening with the “bring your own tripod” photography opportunity scheduled for Saturday morning.

Space is limited to 50 participants and advance registration for “Trains & Tripods” is required.

Drexel University Sacramento Holding May 7 Business Career Workshop

Drexel University Sacramento Holding May 7 Business Career Workshop

Business-related careers play integral roles across all industry sectors. That's why gradates with educational backgrounds in business are able to remain flexible and work in a variety of different positions and industries.

Whether you want to open your own business, work in a corporate environment or strategically manage a company's personal finances, participation in this Drexel University Sacramento workshop – Tuesday, May 7 (5-6 p.m.) – will give you a head start in becoming a successful, 21st century citizen and give you an edge on the competition.

Join John Carvana, Drexel University Sacramento's Manager of Career Services, in an hour-long interactive session that will help you identify the best career pathway in business to suit your personal interests and talents.

The workshop is free and open to the public and Drexel students, alumni and faculty.

Living with Osteoarthritis

Living with Osteoarthritis

An estimated 27 million Americans suffer from osteoarthritis. Known as the most common form of arthritis, osteoarthritis is a disease of the joints. It is linked to old age when the cartilage between the joints breaks down, and creates joint pain and reduced motion of limbs.