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Loma Talks: The Summer Webinar Series

Loma Talks - Summer

Watch Previously Recorded Loma Talks Below

 

Optimizing Your Profile & Becoming More Discoverable on LinkedIn

Tune in for a webinar led by Warren Bartolome (MBA '14), a past LinkedIn Data Scientist and current hiring manager at Apple, as he provides tips & tricks to navigating LinkedIn and shares what recruiters look for in talent acquisition. Watch here.

Your Mental Health Matters

Join us as we hear from Lindsay Wilson (10), LMFT & Co-Owner of CULTIVATE: a Counseling Collective here in San Diego, as she provides insight into navigating your mental health during this season. Watch here.

Is Your Money Aligned With Your Values?

Hear from financial planners, Kevin Christensen (09) and Anna Viettry (17), for an interactive workshop where you'll discover strategies on aligning your time, spending, investing, and giving with your values. You will walk away with a better understanding of yourself, your values, and practical ways to improve your financial life by focusing on the positive aspects of money. Watch here.          

Summer Florals 101

Brighten up your summer with Ashlyn Carter (06)! Ashlyn is a lifestyle vlogger and frequent flyer of Trader Joe’s. She will provide us with guidance on making the perfect bouquet to brightening up your home, as well as some summer BBQ tips & tricks, all in one trip to the grocery store! Watch here.

Community Impact: Nazarene Compassionate Ministries

Callie Stevens (14), Communications Specialist and Magazine Editor for Nazarene Compassionate Ministries, shares about the work of NCM, and how Covid-19 is affecting communities worldwide. Tune in for a chance to hear how Nazarene churches are making a difference, and how you can be involved! Watch here.

Conversations on Racial Inequality -  Finding Our Voices 

 How do we meaningfully engage in the work of racial justice? Hear from staff members of PLNU's Center for Justice and Reconciliation about their learning journeys and resources they're using to take action. Additionally, hear from alums Orin Mozon (14) and M’Lynn Martin (18) as they reflect on using their individual voices in conversations on racial equity, especially within the church. Everyone has a role in creating a more just world. Join us in discovering our voices and taking steps to do the work. Watch here

Crème Brûlée at Home 

Gourmet dessert chef, Matt Arnold (12), is bringing his expertise to your kitchen! From PLNU, to Le Cordon Bleu Paris, to starting his own company "The Brûlée Bar," Matt will share his culinary journey while teaching you how to make your very own Crème Brûlée at home! Watch here.

How to Be a Better Media Consumer 

Learn from Pulitzer Prize winner and PLNU faculty, Danielle Cervantes Stephens (00), and Abby Hamblin (14), editor and producer for the San Diego Union-Tribune, as they share strategies, best practices and tools for being a better media consumer. Learn how news outlets curate stories, how to identify your own biases, become your own fact checker, and ultimately seek truth in order to make the world a better place. Watch here.

Celebrating Unity Over DIY Cold Brew 

How do we embrace unity within the Church? Hear from the alums behind the scenes of Peoria, Arizona’s Union Church and Coffee Company, Brian Frey (02) and Jon Runion (13), as they share about the spaces they have created to bring people of all backgrounds together through coffee, church and community. Stick around for a chance to hear a little about their coffee-making process & a DIY Cold Brew lesson! Watch here.