For Immediate Release:
Boosting professional employment prospects for recent grads
WRC workshop to provide tips and tools to Millennials and their mentors
Wayne, PA June, 27 2014 – This summer, thousands of newly-minted graduates are striking out to find professional employment. But in today’s competitive market, simply having a degree may not be enough to snag that coveted job. To help give them a leg up, the Women’s Resource Center, (WRC) is hosting an interactive workshop called Mentoring Millennials.
“Nothing is more stressful to recent graduates, than taking that first step toward employment,” says WRC Executive Director, Michele Daly. “There are many parents and mentors who want to help these young people succeed but don’t know how. “
Please join corporate leader, college recruiter and author, Andrea Dolph, to hear her insights and learn tools for career success. Dolph who is co-chair of WRC’s Career Seminar Series program has hands-on experience in strategic business and IT technology planning, program management, and process optimization.
In addition to sharing insights about how to achieve career success, Dolph will facilitate engaging dialogue and activities to help new-hire hopefuls learn:
- TWO major changes in thinking every millennial needs to make in order to succeed in the workplace
“The goal of the workshop is to help these young women develop the confidence and skills they need to stand out from their peers and shine in the workplace,” says Dolph.
Date: Wednesday, July 16th
Time: 6:00 p.m. – 8:30 p.m. (Networking from 6:00-6:30, program starts at 6:30)
Location: Wayne Presbyterian Church (View our website www.womensresourcecenter.net
for map and directions)
Fee: $25/Pair (mother-daughter, mentor-mentee) or $15 /Individual
Registration: REQUIRED in advance. Call 610-687-6391