Friday’s business agenda

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Data science and Python programming

General Assembly Boston is hosting a class on data science and Python programming. Attendees will learn how visualize data and make statistical models and should have a foundational knowledge of the Python programming language. Saturday, 11 a.m. to 4 p.m., 51 Melcher St., Boston. $150.


Vital signs

The Ad Club, The Boston Globe, STAT News, and John Hancock are sponsoring a conference that will explore marketing trends in health and wellness industries. The conference features talks by eight industry insiders, with a networking event to follow. Monday, noon to 5 p.m., Google Cambridge, 355 Main St., Cambridge. $175 to $250.



Land that fellowship

Kaneisha Grayson, founder of the admissions consulting firm The Art of Applying, has organized a talk on getting into an Ivy League business or public policy graduate school. Monday, 6:30 to 8:30 p.m., Microsoft NERD, One Memorial Drive, number one, Cambridge. Free.


Nonprofit networking

The Newton-Needham Regional Chamber is sponsoring a networking event for people who work, sit on a board, or volunteer for a nonprofit organization. A light breakfast will be served. Tuesday, 9 to 10 a.m., Walker Center for Ecumenical Exchange, 171 Grove St., Auburndale. Free.


Problems at work?

The Amazing 30 Somethings meetup group is sponsoring a workshop for professionals on tackling career challenges. Attendees will learn tactics to address management issues and other conflicts at work. Tuesday, 6:30 to 8:30 p.m., CapitalOne Café Downtown Crossing, 129 Tremont St., Boston. Free.

Events of note? E-mail us at agenda@globe.com.