Presentation: Advance Your Career Without Additional and Costly Degrees

Leveraging the Power of Continuing Education
星期三, 4/28/2021
10:00 - 11:00

Online Services
San Francisco, CA 94102

Today’s economy demands more and more skills from employees who are often expected to show up with the skills needed for the job. Come explore valuable continuing education and training strategies that don’t come with the cost of expensive of advanced college degrees.  

Tim Bombosch  is an Education Professional. He has taught and managed education programs at Stanford University and UC Berkeley Extension and taught at Diablo Valley College and for non-profit adult education programs. Through his years of industry experience in Tech, Life Science, Higher Education, Publishing, Health Care, Utility, and Government organizations, Tim also understands how to map learning and training to career advancement. 

Bombosch received his PhD at Stanford University and his BA at UT Austin. He has resided with his family in the Bay Area for over 30 years. 

Connect with Tim Bombosch: LinkedIn 

Tim Bombosch

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