Census Data Workshop
No cost, registration required
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Census Data Workshop is an interactive workshop that demystifies the process of accessing data and provides an answer to those who ever wondered why they should bother filling out a Census Bureau questionnaire.
No prior knowledge is necessary, but curiosity is helpful. Census Data Workshop is for anyone with a need for census data—novices and experienced data users alike. Government agencies, non-profit organizations, small business owners, and grant writers will all find this training useful.
Prerequisites and Recommendations
Basic Microsoft Internet Explorer skills.
Armando Mendoza is a Data Dissemination Specialist with the United States Census Bureau's Customer Liaison and Marketing Services Office. During Census 2010, Mr. Mendoza was responsible for overseeing census operations in several local census offices in the Los Angeles Region. Since then he has been providing training, workshops, presentations, and Webinars to businesses, census partners, and community and faith-based organizations on the use of data tools and apps to access census data from the Decennial Census, Economic Census, and the American Community Survey. A native of Chihuahua, Mexico, Mr. Mendoza holds an M.B.A. from The Argyros School of Business and Economics at Chapman University, and an executive certificate in global management from Thunderbird University.