Virtual Members Only Seminars

We have heard from many of you that you miss our “members only” events previously held at OCEA Headquarters or at various work locations. These seminars on personal finance, health and recreational activities are designed to help you with both your personal and professional development.

We can’t hold those seminars in person because of the pandemic but we can bring you content produced especially for you.

 

Members only seminar: Save Your Own Skin with Memorial Care

September 30, 2021

Memorial Care is partnering with OCEA to provide a series of virtual seminars promoting health and well-being. Our first seminar, Skin Cancer Prevention with Dr. Susan Lee, discusses a topic that pertains to all of us—how to prevent and identify skin cancer. Dr. Lee’s practice focuses on family medicine due to its versatility. She enjoys a broad range of practice areas, from sports medicine and urgent care to inpatient medicine and outpatient care.

Exclusive Wills and Trust Seminar from Orange County's Credit Union

September 10, 2021

One of OCEA’s most popular seminar topics – Wills and Trusts - is back in a virtual format brought to you by Orange County’s Credit Union (OCCU) and presented by Affinity Trusts. The seminar is titled, "Controlling Your Legacy."

Seminar - Dream Big with Kaiser Permanente's Kevin Pham

June 14, 2021

This episode marks the end of an eight-week course entitled "Mindful Minute" with Kaiser Permanente's Kevin Pham." OCEA is providing this course to our members in partnership with Kaiser Permanente. This week, Kevin asks us to "Dream Big."

Seminar - Finding Strength with Kaiser Permanente's Kevin Pham

June 8, 2021

It's time for another OCEA "Members Only" seminar with Kaiser Permanente's Kevin Pham. This week, Kevin focuses on "Finding Strength." This is the 7th installment of an eight-week course entitled "Mindful Minute with Kevin Pham." OCEA is providing the series to our members in partnership with Kaiser Permanente.

Seminar - Reacting v. Responding with Kaiser Permanente's Kevin Pham

June 1, 2021

It's time for another OCEA "Members Only" seminar with Kaiser Permanente's Kevin Pham. This week, Kevin focuses on "Reacting v. Responding." This is the 6th installment of an eight-week course entitled "Mindful Minute with Kevin Pham." OCEA is providing the series to our members in partnership with Kaiser Permanente.

See the good in yourself with Kaiser Permanente's Kevin Pham

May 27, 2021

It's time for another OCEA "members only" seminar with Kaiser Permanente's Kevin Pham. This week, Kevin focuses on "Finding the Good in Yourself." This is the 5th installment of an eight-week course entitled "Mindful Minute with Kevin Pham." OCEA is providing the series to our members in partnership with Kaiser Permanente.

Video message - OCEA Scholarships Applications due June 18, 2021

May 25, 2021

Helping our children achieve their dreams is something every parent wants to do. For many families, that means providing a college education. Working families often need all the financial assistance they can get to make the dream of a college education a reality.

Self forgiveness with Kaiser Permanente's Kevin Pham

May 20, 2021

Kaiser Permanente is partnering with OCEA to provide an eight-week course titled "Mindful Minute with Kevin Pham." Mr. Pham is a Kaiser Permanente Health Educator and experienced personal trainer. He also holds a Yoga Teacher Training Certification and is committed to improving his clients' health and quality of life. This is Week 4 of Kevin's Meditation and Stretching program and has an interesting theme: "Self-forgiveness." The videos below run between 3-5 minutes long. Click the following links to view the programs: Self Forgiveness Video and Stretching Video.

Slow down the pace with Kaiser Permanente's Kevin Pham

May 10, 2021

Meditation is a great way to relax the mind and body. Research shows that anxiety, depression, and overall mental health will improve with just 10-15 minutes of daily meditation.

Relaxation & Stretching with Kaiser Permanente's Kevin Pham

May 3, 2021

Meditation is a great way to relax the mind and body. Research shows that anxiety, depression, and overall mental health will improve with just 10-15 minutes of daily meditation.

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