Real estate expert Kenny Slaught talked about the numerous trade programs at Santa Barbara City College on his blog at KennySlaught.com. He mentions how the skills acquired through the programs help with building a career and are beneficial to any Santa Barbara local. The most popular courses are Computer Network Engineering, Culinary Arts and Hotel Management, Environmental Horticulture, and Graphic Design.
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Hospice of Santa Barbara offers counseling sessions to terminally ill patients and their children, as they recover from a death in the family. The initiatives address children as 20 percent of them deal with the death of a close relative, while one in 20 loses a parent before becoming an adult. In order to find useful coping tools and avoid issues like depression, anxiety, and post-traumatic stress disorder, Hospice of Santa Barbara provides counseling programs at no cost.
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CEO of Investec Real Estate Companies Kenny Slaught, managed his company through the many market changes over the years. As a Southern California resident and with an experience of over 3 decades, he shares insights into the different aspects of the state’s real estate industry. He goes on to detail the ability to acknowledge the factors that influence California’s property market.
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Architect George Washington Smith created the Spanish Colonial Revival style almost 100 years ago. Smith left Harvard and became a successful bond trader, after which he shifted to Santa Barbara to retire. However, the community loved the house he created, which prompted him to design more for the city. He only used genuine materials from Spain and integrated the old with the new. Currently, he is seen as a Santa Barbara founding father. Numerous new artists were inspired by him, and Kenny Slaught respects the detail-oriented eye that Smith had when creating those amazing pieces.
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