Welcome to Young Adults Committee

Young Adults (18-32 Years) are busy building careers and families and they are looking for Mentoring , Networking, Socializing and Contacts.

Mentoring

Young Adults will be seeking mentors in their respective areas: high school seniors from college students and graduating seniors from company executives for job prospects and guidance.

It is also important for our community leaders to share their expertise and look for young talent within the community

Net working

This is a critical aspect for young adults to meet, mingle and Socialize with others in similar age group as well as meet the community and company leaders.

 

 

Socializing

Relationships could be built here as there is no other forum to bring about our young adults to mingle within our community.

 

Contacts

Net working helps to build contacts and extended contacts with 1-3 degrees of separation.

 

About Us

Hindu Community and Cultural Center is proud to launch a Young Adults Committee to cater to the needs of Young Adults belonging to our community in the 18-32 years age group. This is intended to help Young Adults succeed in attaining their social and career goals while also exposing them to Hindu religion and culture through periodic Q & A sessions and volunteer opportunities. The goal is to build self-confidence, succeed in careers and relationships, navigate cross-cultural currents in our communities, lead purposeful lives and give back to the community.

Upcoming Events

Entrepreneurship Seminar

DATE: Sunday, March 6, 2022

TIME 3.00 PM - 5:00 PM (Virtual)

Join Zoom Meeting

Seminar Attendance: Free

Sanjeev Chitre is a devotee of HCCC and a serial Entrepreneur who was Deloitte’s Entrepreneur of the year in Silicon Valley. His startup grew to over $450M in revenues in a 5year period which he sold as Public Company for over $1 Billion. He has also managed the growth and the challenges of Private Companies through pivoting divestures and acquisitions in diverse segments of business. Recently he published a book titled “What Not To Do in Entrepreneurship.” During this seminar he will share his knowledge and experience to youth and adults.

Further details, please contact:
HCCC Young Adults Committee Chair – Bhaskar Swaminathan (925-487 5017)

If you are interested, please register at Register Now!

Exploring Hindu Literature: Belonging and Community

DATE: 2nd and 4th Sunday of every month

TIME 2.00PM to 4.00 PM PST (in-person and Zoom)

VENUE:Hindu Community & Cultural Center,
1232 Arrowhead Ave, Livermore CA 94551

This will be a discussion-based event.

HCCC Young Adults Committee caters to the needs of Young Adults belonging to our community in the 18-32 years age group.

For further information, please send an email to [email protected].
To contact YA Chair, please contact [email protected].