Join us at #Network4Cause Benefiting Souletics STEM Sacramento

Join us on Thursday October 16 at Mayahuel for #Network4Cause benefiting Souletics STEM: Science Technology Engineering & Mathematics in Sacramento!

#Network4Cause unites two of my favorite things, business networking and supporting a stellar local cause. Our monthly event for charity is open to community members and business professionals alike.

Register for Free: https://network4causesouleticsstem.eventbrite.com

Souletics® STEM focuses on enriching the lives of the under exposed while also teaching health and wellness, building a pool of creative and educated young people who will enjoy long and healthy careers.  Through personal development programs, Souletics® directly mentor young adults to develop STEM-oriented critical thinking skills, and empower them with the mental and physical self discipline required to become successful contributors to their communities.  Additionally, they provide training for educators and assist administrators in developing successful STEM programs within their school districts.

Learn more about #Network4Cause and the vision of Damon Smith, Founder of Souletics®.
Watch the video below: 

After partnering with Inderkum High School for the past year, your support will enable us to launch our full scale program with students from select high schools in the Sacramento/Bay Area region in 2015.  What better way to support than by enjoying drinks, appetizers and great conversation with other professionals in the Sacramento region at Eric Ratinoff’s monthly #Network4Cause business mixers!  Tickets are free, and Mayahuel will generously donate half of all drink proceeds to our organization.
Reserve your spot today ~ and help support this great cause!

FREE #Network4Cause Registration Includes:

1. Connect with and learn about Souletics® STEM’s mission and vision
2. Access to Local Leaders and Advocates
3. Great Professional and Local Business Networking
4. Light Appetizers served from 5:30-7pm
5. “Cocktails for a Cause” a percentage of drink purchase benefit the organization