NEW YORK – Philo4Thought presents the Young Professional Empowerment Seminar: Coping with Post-Pandemic Work-Life Transitions, Wednesday, July 15, 5:30-6:30 PM (EDT) via Zoom.
The free event, a special Young Professional Empowerment panel-style seminar features talks from a combination of seasoned counselors, educational and branding specialists who will provide guidance for students, new graduates, young professionals, and related service providers (educators, counselors, recruiters).
The Event Moderator is Alexandra Liotopoulos, Ikaros HSA President and Philo4Thought Programming Director. The Counseling Panelists are Kathy Diaz, LCSW Therapist, Mental Health Disaster Response & Trauma Management, and Elene Mironidis, Motivational Speaker, Emotional Intelligence Business Coach and Philo4Thought Writer.
The Education & Career Panelists are TerryLynn Smith, Career Coach, Founding President, Giraffes Consulting and Leadership Coach & Mentor, Braven, and Chris Salboudis, Prof., Philosophy & Literature, Life Coach, Educational Administrator, and Philo4Thought Founding Director.
The “First Impressions” Branding & Networking Panelists are Michael Coritsidis, Motivational Speaker and Phoenix House Vocational Coach, and Anthony Kazazis, Motivational Speaker and NYC Network Group Founding Director.
Scheduled Panel discussions will be followed by the Advisory Breakout Session.
Online registration is required on Eventbrite, search: Young Pro. Empowerment Panel: Coping w/ Post-Pandemic Work-Life Transitions.
Please RSVP by Friday, July 10 to receive an email through Eventbrite with the Zoom Link and Password.
More information is available online: https://www.philo4thought.org/p4t-empowertoday.
Philo4Thought is a 501(c)3 philanthropic educational nonprofit foundation dedicated to the Hellenic Young Professional community. Offering this and other free collaborative summer events, the Foundation asks that those who are able to donate something towards the advancement and continuation of programming. All amounts are welcome and much appreciated. All charitable donations support Philo4Thought’s educational programming, publications, and College-Bound Young Scholars initiative, and are tax deductible to the fullest extent of the law.
More information about Philo4Thought is available online: https://www.philo4thought.org.