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Agribusiness

Tom Tucker of John Stewart & Associates will give a presentation on the 2013 grain outlook at 7 p.m. March 26 at Lighted Gardens, 10794 N. State Road 1 in Ossian. For questions, call 747-3300 or 800-808-7890 or email bleeke@frontier.com.

Computer

ExecuTrain will offer the following classes from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. at 7337 W. Jefferson Blvd. Call 432-9077 or go to www.etfortwayne.com for pricing information.

•Adobe Acrobat X Basic, March 25 and 26

•Access 2010 Advanced, March 25

•Adobe Photoshop CS5 Basic, March 25 and 26

•Outlook 2010 Advanced, March 26

•Access Visual Basic, March 27 and 28

•QuickBooks 2012 Basic, March 27

•Publisher 2007 Advanced, March 28

ENS Group is offering the following classes at 7224 Engle Road. For information, call 432-1364 or go to www.ensi.com/solutions/training.

•Keep Going With ACT! 2012, March 25

•Microsoft PowerPoint 2010 Basic, March 25

•Adobe Illustrator CS5 Advanced, March 25 to26

•Introduction to SQL for Microsoft Office End Users, March 25 to 27

•Get Going with QuickBooks 2012, March 26

•Microsoft Outlook 2010 Email Organization and Management, March 26

•Microsoft Windows 7 Basic, March 26

•Microsoft Publisher 2010 Advanced, March 27

•Microsoft Word 2010 Intermediate, March 27

•Adobe Acrobat X Pro Basic, March 27 to 28

•Microsoft Excel 2010 Large Workbooks and Linking Formulas, March 28

•Microsoft Outlook 2010 Advanced, March 28

•Microsoft Access 2010: Transition from Microsoft Access 2003, March 29

•Microsoft Project 2010 Basic, March 29

•Microsoft Windows 8: Transition from Windows 7, March 29

•Microsoft Word 2010 Mail Merge and Forms, March 29

FWCS Neighborhood Connection is offering the following classes from 6 to 9 p.m. To register, call 467-1075 or go to www.neighborhood-connection.org.

•Beginning Computers, April 9 and 16, Anthis; $63

•Microsoft Excel Level 1, April 16 to 30, Tuesdays, Anthis; $69 plus $24 textbook fee

•Computer Skills for the Workplace, April 30 to May 28, Tuesdays, Anthis; $109 plus $32 textbook fee

Healthcare

The Greater Fort Wayne Chamber of Commerce will host a health care issue forum from 8 to 10 a.m. March 28, covering issues that employers will face regarding the Affordable Care Act. Cost is $10 for members and $20 for non-members. Sign up at www.fwchamber.org/healthcare.

Networking

International Association of Administrative Professionals Tawasi Chapter’s next meeting will be at 5:30 p.m. Tuesday at University of Saint Francis, Pope John Paul II Center, Room 204, 2701 Spring St. Dr. Danny Powell, professor at USF School of Business, will address the topic of leadership. A one-hour postscript meeting covering the same presentation will be at 12 p.m. Thursday at the Foellinger Foundation, 520 E. Berry St. For reservations, contact Faye Pulis at ppulis@sf.edu or 399-7700, ext. 8300, by Monday.

Etc.

Indiana University-Purdue University Fort Wayne’s Department of Engineering, in the College of Engineering, Technology and Computer Science, is sponsoring its 10th annual Opportunity Banquet from 4:30 to 7:30 p.m. Saturday in the Walb Student Union Ballroom. The banquet and its accompanying career fair provide the opportunity for engineering students and local businesses to network and discuss possible employment.

The career fair is followed by the keynote presentation and then dinner. “Ford: Accelerating Ahead” will be presented by Susan Leone with Ford Motor Co. in Detroit.

Registration is required; no tickets will be sold at the door. For tickets, stop by the department of engineering office, Room 321 of the engineering technology building, or contact Elizabeth A. Thompson at 481-6361 or thompson@engr.ipfw.edu.

Indiana University-Purdue University Fort Wayne will have a Career Services Reverse Career Fair from 2 to 5 pm. March 28 in the Walb Union Ballroom. The Reverse Career Fair is for student leaders who are part of IPFW-affiliated groups and employers looking for students who stand out. Student leaders will set up booths and employers will approach the tables. There is be no fee for employers to participate.

The Reverse Career Fair is sponsored by Indiana-Purdue Student Government Association, Federated Insurance, Career Services, Student Life, and Society for Human Resource Management. For more information, contact Rachel Landis, IPFW Career Services, at 481-6139 or utesre01@ipfw.edu.

Doermer School of Business at Indiana University-Purdue University Fort Wayne will host the 2013 Doermer Dialogue with Business Leaders from 7:30 to 11 a.m. April 12 in the Auer Performance Hall of the Rhinehart Music Center. This year’s theme is “Corporate Innovation and Entrepreneurship.”

Pre-registration is required at www.doermerdialogue.eventbrite.com and will remain open up to and including the day of the event. IPFW students who register and have a valid student ID will be admitted free; tickets for others are $50.

Northeast Indiana Career Enrichment is having a Career Fair from 12:30 to 4:30 p.m. April 11 in the Athletics Center Fieldhouse on the campus of Indiana University-Purdue University Fort Wayne.

Organizers expect to have at least 80 employers and 170 recruiters at the event, which will feature job openings with local and national employers with full- and part-time positions as well as internships. For more, go to www.tinyurl.com/nicecareer.

Kosciusko Human Resources Association will host a conference “Spring Training” April 23 and 24 at the Orthopedic Capital Center at Grace College in Winona Lake. The seminar will feature Mitzi Martin and Joe Pettygrove of Faegre Baker Daniels and will focus on topics regarding performance management and legal compliance. Go to khra.shrm.org for registration information.

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