President Barack Obama is scheduled to hold a Town Hall meeting on the economy hosted by Mountain View's LinkedIn on Monday, Sept. 26, the company announced on Wednesday.
Obama is set to land at Moffett Field, where Mountain View Mayor Jac Siegel said he was set to meet Obama.
The president plans to answer questions about job creation and the economy from a live audience and from LinkedIn members across the country, according to the White House press secretary's office. The event takes place at the Computer History Museum.
"Following the Town Hall, White House Administration officials will continue to engage in the conversation with LinkedIn members about putting America back to work," according to a press release.
LinkedIn is a social networking site for professionals to connect, look for jobs and make referrals.
To prep for Obama's visit, LinkedIn has created an online community centering on job creation and economic issues.
Members of the online professional network are invited to take part in the discussion via this group, where they can share questions and comments for the president.
To watch Monday's live town hall meeting, officials encourage the public to log onto LinkedIn.com or WhiteHouse.gov/live.
Obama is also scheduled to appear at a fundraiser at a private house in Woodside on Sunday, Sept. 25.
Bay City News contributed to this report