Philo4Thought Seminar: Advanced Degrees & Your Career Path, March 27

February 22, 2021

NEW YORK – Among all the legacies being celebrated in March 2021 to honor the Bicentennial of Greek Independence, Philo4Thought is promoting some of the most important – Education and the Freedom to follow the path that suits and unlocks our potential.

Since 2009, Philo4Thought’s goal has been to help emerging young professionals connect with viable career resources and opportunities. Particularly active in the months during the pandemic, the organization has been lending support to struggling students, professionals, new entrepreneurs, and local business owners.

Philo4Thought’s Spring 2021 instructional videos and panel-style seminars will focus on achieving work-life balance, aligning goals, spotting and assessing common setbacks/pitfalls that emerging professionals should anticipate, etc. They will also introduce great resources designed to get you on the right track for your optimal academic and professional advancement.

The seminar panels feature talks from Coaches and CEOs of premiere career development groups based in the U.S. and Europe. The March Seminar focuses on the value of pursuing an advanced degree program in the following industries:

MA/MFA/DA (Arts & Humanities); MBA (Business, Finance, etc.); EdM/EdD (Education); MS/MPH/PharmD/MD/RN; JD; PhD (Science & Humanities); Advanced Interdisciplinary Programs (Science & Humanities); and Trending Post-Baccalaureate Certifications Programs.

More information is available online: https://www.philo4thought.org/events/seminar/.

All are welcome to attend. Online registration is required. Please RSVP online before March 15th for FREE Registration. Please RSVP online by March 26th for Late Registration ($5 late fee applies). Same-Day Registration is not available. Registrants will receive an Eventbrite email with the Zoom Link and Password.

RAFFLE PRIZE: Those who register for the event are eligible to win our designated raffle prize — a free 1-hour Resume Review (Value $50).


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