Young Professionals Empowerment Seminar: Career Transitions on Nov. 21

NEW YORK – Philo4Thought hosts its final seminar of the season on Saturday, November 21, 11 AM EST. All those looking for the next transition in their career path are invited to attend. This multi-part seminar is designed to educate, inspire and empower emerging young professionals throughout North America and Europe, where Philo4Thought has mentors and resources that attendees can connect with beyond the scope of this event.

Online registration is required. Please RSVP online before November 15 for free registration. A late fee will apply to those who register after the registration deadline.

Following registration, participants will receive an email through Eventbrite with the Zoom Link and Password.

More information is available on Eventbrite, search: Young Pro. Empowerment Seminar: Career Transitions.

Philo4Thought also shared a save the date for their December 19 Holiday Party to celebrate the launch of their improved website.

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


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