January PSN – Ski/Snowboarding Trip Is Coming!

December 29, 2012

Hey Q-Wavers!

Are you ready to break in your ski/snowboarding equipment? Can’t find anyone to go with you? Haven’t tried ski/snowboarding in your life? Have transportation problem? Now it’s time to join us! Let’s have some fun and laughs together!

We have 2 cars. Seats are limited to the first 5 participants. If you are interested in joining us, please let me know if you need a car ride or you can offer a car ride. All of us will share gas/tolls/parking fee. Email me at hsin919@yahoo.com before 1/4/2013.

Date: 1/25~1/27/2013 (We will leave NYC at 8 PM on 1/25/2013.)
Where: Hunter Mountain
Price: The cabinet price is divided by participants. We will share more details by the group email.

All the participants have to sign the Q-Wave liability waiver form.


Cindy & Yen

The main concept of Professionals Social Network (PSN) is to provide a monthly social networking event on Fridays for Qwave professionals. We want to make our social meetup as welcoming as possible. We would like to invite all Qwavers to stay connected. While making new friends and having fun, we also try to help job seekers or give advice for recent graduates if there is any. We share our coming out experience in the work force if there is any.

Currently, we have met people from different lines of work including design (apparel/graphic/interior/web), lawyer, education, finance (accounting/real estate management), publishing, sport (bike technician), science (pharmacy/health/medical), travel, and web technology backgrounds.

Does it sound interesting to you? Let’s meetup this Friday!


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