If you happen to live nearby or be visiting in northern California on Saturday, May 5th, 2018, from 10-11am, I’m honored and excited to be giving a presentation and inviting a Q&A discussion about my book, How To Be a Rocket Scientist. The event is free and open to the public, with no RSVP required.
Rocket science may still be hard, but launching into an aerospace or aviation career is actually easier and more accessible than ever before. Learn 10 powerful tips that take advantage of modern innovations like social media, maker spaces, and online learning.
The address is 411 Stafford St, Folsom, CA 95630. Click here to go to the library’s calendar page and look for the event listing on May 5th:
Folsom, California (where I currently live), has a very contemporary and innovation-friendly library. In addition to the large collection of books, audio books, and movies, they have a virtual reality lab, a 3D printer, and a monthly entrepreneur “story time.” Katy Curl, Andrew Tweet, and the rest of the staff are showing how a community library can stay relevant and innovative in today’s competitive world, where citizens need all the help they can get.
If you or someone you know wants some innovative and helpful tips to launch a successful career in aerospace or aviation, come out to the Folsom Library on Saturday morning May 5th, 2018.
P.S. If you are curious about how to write and publish your own book I’ll be happy to answer your questions about that too. (It’s an excellent innovative strategy for those of us who have more experience and want to continue building a successful career.)
I would take my kids to see the library and listen to at least part of the talk if I lived in that area.
Thanks Charles. Too bad we aren’t closer. What city are you in or near? If I happen to know of similar events I’ll think of you and let you know. Cheers, Brett