Social Media Education-One Step at a Time
I lived in Calgary in the late 60’s and the early 70’s. I lived in the foothills of the Northwest, and have memories of my first school-North Haven Elementary, Stampede tickets in my Report Card, skipping double-dutch with my friends under the streetlight, and cruising down John Laurie Boulevard with my much older brother David, to the Dairy Queen.
When my husband told me that he was considering changing jobs, and the new job was in Calgary…I never had any hesitation, even after almost 40 years living on the West Coast. Our new apartment has a North facing balcony, and I look at my beloved foothills every day. When I look right, I see the Calgary Tower glowing with it’s new LED lights. A few months ago I drove up 14th Street to see if I could find my old house. I was happy to see it was still there, and looking like another family is enjoying living a couple of blocks from the Calgary Winter Club, and a short walk to Nose Hill Park!
On My Way…
I am writing this post from White Rock, in the apartment we decided to keep for a while longer. I am in the process of finishing my Diploma in Adult Education, and am almost there. I have a one-way ticket booked to Calgary on my birthday, at the end of this month, and am excited to begin teaching Social Media courses (Feb 4th Social Media for Entrepreneurs) through Chinook Learning Services, as well as getting to know Calgary 2.0, and the many people I have met through Social Media-in person!!
So…my contact information is the same. You can reach me by telephone(604-541-8426), e-mail(cathy@cavernretailconsulting), via the contact page on my website, on Twitter(@CathyCavern), through Facebook, or LinkedIn. To all my White Rock and Vancouver students and clients…please keep in touch! If you are ever in Calgary, let’s meet for a coffee. I know a great little place on 17th Ave…Education, Marketing, Social Media Calgary, Chinook Learning Centre, social media. permalink. ← Shopping&Supporting Canada’s Independent Businesses | Entrepreneurship after 50: Unlocking the power of Social Media →