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Business Notes

June 02, 1996

Association for Quality, Participation to meet

A spring conference for the Chesapeake Chapter of the Association for Quality and Participation will take place from 9 a.m. to 3: 30 p.m. June 12 at the Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory in Laurel.

Featured speaker is Rick Mauer, consultant and author of "Beyond the Wall of Resistance into Support for Change." Mauer will offer ways to increase support for change in organizations.

Conference participants will be able to attend two workshops of the four offered. They are "Electronic Meeting Systems;" "Transforming Culture: Appreciative Inquiry;" "Empowerment Work Teams" and "Increasing Empowerment: No Matter Where You Are in an Organization."

Deadline for registration is June 5. Cost is $60 and includes lunch, refreshments and materials. Information: 342-4909.

Internet is focus of job-search workshop

Careerscope, a nonprofit counseling organization, in partnership with the Damar Group, a computer training company, will offer a workshop on using the Internet as a way to search for employment.

The workshop will take place from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. June 24 at 9810 Patuxent Wood Drive and Broken Land Parkway, Columbia. Cost is $49. Attendees will have the opportunity to have hands-on computer contract with an experienced career counselor and an Internet specialist. Payment and registration must be made by June 17. Space is limited to eight students. Information: 992-5042.


Chalmers Carr, and Vincent Pearce, employees of AlliedSignal Technical Services Corp., have been named to positions with the Intelligent Transportation Society (ITS) of America. Carr has been named chairman of ITS America's Communication and Outreach Task Force. As chairman, he also becomes a member of ITS America's Coordinating Council, the organization's governing body, reporting to its board of directors. Pearce, ATSC senior management for transportation dTC systems and services, has been named vice chairman of ITS America's Standards and Protocols committee.

Charles F. Reid III has been named vice president and manager of residential real estate at Elkridge Bank. Reid comes to Elkridge Bank with knowledge in mortgage banking. He is the former president of the Maryland Mortgage Bankers Association and past director of the Greater Baltimore Board of Realtors.

Kevin F. Calabrese has been named senior branch manager of the Laurel office. A resident of Elkridge, Calabrese graduated from the University of Maryland in 1980. Having been in banking for 14 years, he brings a broad base of branch banking experience with him.

Robert Holste, director of Columbia Treatment Services, is offering Chemical Dependency, Evaluation, Treatment and Education Services at Christian Counseling Assoc. Inc., 9650 Santiago Road and Stevens Forest Road, Oakland Mills Village. The services are offered to individuals or groups. Mr. Holste has had 11 years experience in this field, including Sinai Hospital, Greater Laurel-Beltsville Hospital and the Columbia Addiction Center. Information: (410) 995-5587 or (301) 596-5759.

Paul G. Skalny of Ellicott City, has been appointed to serve on the board of directors of the American health Association, Howard County Division. He is a member of Clark, Rapaport and Skalny law firm.

Pub Date: 6/02/96

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