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Philo4Thought Young Professional Empowerment Seminar on October 24

NEW YORK – Philo4Thought presents Understanding Employment Benefits Virtual Discussion Forum, part of its Young Professional Empowerment Seminar Series, on Saturday, October 24, 11 AM-1 PM EDT, RSVP by October 22.  

The event is free and will take place entirely on Zoom. Only those who register online will receive the Zoom Link and Password. Register on Eventbrite, search: Young Pro. Empowerment Seminar: Understanding Employment Benefits. 

Philo4Thought’s Young Professional Empowerment Seminar is a 3-part segment on a select monthly topic to educate, inspire, and empower emerging young professionals. 

October marks the anniversary of Philo4Thought’s establishment to help emerging young professionals connect with viable career resources and opportunities. It also marks the beginning of the national Open Enrollment season for the selection of employment benefits packages. 

Two premiere Employment Benefits specialists, Maggie Stavrianidis and Bruce Boucher, will address various topics about understanding and choosing the benefits packages that best suit your needs and lifestyle. 

Join the special Young Professional Empowerment panel-style seminar featuring talks from two premiere Employment Benefits specialists who will provide guidance for students, new graduates, young professionals and related service providers. 

More information is available online: https://www.philo4thought.org/p4t-empowertoday-october

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