Napa Success Connection P.O.Box 6822, Napa, CA94581 The Napa Success Connection is a business networking group. The non-profit organization is a kind of brain trust of…More local businesses in Napa Valley who find mutual objectives and whose efforts benefit from collaboration. It's a non-competitive environment which discusses and forecasts industry trends. It's a forum where business owners interact with other business owners and give each other business advice, help each other develop business skills, and invite outside speakers to discuss local business opportunities.
Baha'l Faith 1198 Trower Ave, Napa, CA94558 Napa's Baha'i community is a small one whose members meet in one another's homes. Their frequent gatherings include…More study circles, devotions and community service. In addition to the Napa phone line, the Baha'i faith maintains a toll-free number that connects callers to their local worship communities based on the area code from which they're dialing: 1-800-22-UNITE.
Napa Valley Adult Education 1600 Lincoln Ave, Napa, CA94558 "Life-long learning" is the slogan at Napa Valley Adult Education, where you'll find Napans of all ages, from toddlers…More in the "Young Connection" day-care area to seniors learning computer skills. Located just west of the Napa Valley Unified School District's Education Center, the school offers a variety of classes, including English as a Second Language and career training programs. Classes are open to adults 18 and older, and to high-school students aged 16 and up if they meet district requirements. Adult Education's Workplace Training Institute contracts with local businesses to train their employees in computer use, language skills and leadership.
CyberMill Clubhouse 3299 Claremont Way Ste 4, Napa, CA94558 The CyberMill Clubhouse is a nonprofit organization that serves the Napa community. Made up of a larger scale national…More network of other local chapters in New York, Atlanta, Philadelphia, Los Angeles, San Francisco, the organization provides home computers and educational resources to low income families. Its mission is to improve the home learning environment for these families and includes programs, such as Middle School Connections and after school services until 5:30pm onsite. Programs are made up of a series of classes teaching students software applications, internet resources, and computer maintenance. Other programs include Summer Tech Camp, PC2Home for high school and college students, and Parents and Families, which involves both parents in technology training and students with their parents whilst involving the entire family in the learning process.