Can you believe it’s been 10 years? We’ve shared coffee with the most successful business and community leaders, hiked mountains, volunteered and almost shut down several bars just by networking in masses. For our past members, current PICKsters and friends we have yet to meet, your dedication to PICK is EVERYTHING! Whether you know it or not, you’ve helped us grow and become a thriving organization, one event at a time, 10 years in a row. So let’s celebrate, by getting fancy, pouring some bubbly and toasting some of the finest individuals in Riverside, for a night you’ll never forget.
Soak in the city lights atop City Hall for a perfect mixture of young and wise professionals, sprinkled with a few special guests, that’ll create a fun (and bubbly) party to celebrate our city's young professionals who are making a BIG… IMPACT!
Join us to learn career advice from one of Riverside's most outstanding community and business leaders! Ted Weggeland and Lou Monville are the co founders of Raincross Advisors. Come hear their story & ask questions!
Come join the PICK Group for a hike up Blue Mountain Trail. Meet at the corner of Westwood Ln & Westwood St., Grand Terrace CA 92313. Bring a good pair of running shoes and water. It is a 3.8 mile out and back hike up to the top of Blue Mountain with a beautiful view of the valley.
The Pick Group of Young Professionals is proud to host IMPACT 2017: The Young Professional Influence, an event on the evening of October 7, 2017 in celebration of young professionals who are making a difference in the greater Riverside area.
The event will feature keynote speaker and acclaimed retired professional cyclist, Phil Gaimon. Phil competed as a professional cyclist from 2009-2016, including two years in the WorldTour with Garmin-Sharp (2014) and Cannondale (2016). He is the author of Pro Cycling on $10 a Day (2014) and Ask a Pro (2016), an ordained minister, amateur comedian, podcaster, entrepreneur, Fondo host, and creative marketer. His recent online series, Worst Retirement Ever, chronicles his transition from a professional athlete to a civilian and cycling enthusiast.
This year, the Pick Group will honor three young professionals from the greater Riverside area who have significantly contributed to the betterment of the region through community, business, and civic means:
- Community: Callie Neal, Riverside Unified School District Teacher and Heritage Plan Facilitator
- Business: Ronaldo Fierro, Entrepreneur and Owner/Restauranteur of The Salted Pig and W. Wolfskill
- Civic: Assemblymember Sabrina Cervantes, State Legislator Representing the 60th Assembly District
The Pick Group is a volunteer organization of engaged young professionals that work to provide opportunities for other career-minded young professionals to connect socially, develop professionally, and engage civically for the betterment of Riverside.
"Don't Call It Networking"
A discussion on building and maintaining relationships in business.
Join us for this Professional Development Seminar featuring Sue Mitchell, co-founder and CEO of Riverside Personnel Services, Inc. and Aaron Norris, Vice President of The Norris Group.
Food and conversation to follow at Riverside Plaza.
Complete this pre-registration for a chance to win a $50 Gift Card to Wang Cho All You Can Eat Korean BBQ!