Women’s Institute At Bergen Community College Hosts Monthly Mentoring Sessions
By Mel Fabrikant Thursday, March 07, 2013, 02:59 PM EST
The Women’s Institute at Bergen Community College (BCCWI), located at 400 Paramus Road, Paramus, NJ has announced its series of monthly mentoring sessions for 2013. Bergen Community College’s Women’s Institute is dedicated to developing the skills and innate abilities of all women who care about taking greater control of their lives. The Institute empowers women by providing the opportunity to build new skills utilizing education and partnerships to become more influential and stronger contributors to the local community.
Sessions are held on Tuesday evenings from 6 to 8 pm on the Paramus campus of Bergen Community college. The following sessions are now available:
• March 19 – “Women and Finances: Managing your money one day at a time.”
Register online at http://mentoringmarch2013.eventbrite.com
• April 16 – “Women Executives: Bypassing the glass ceiling.” Register online at http://mentoringapril2013.eventbrite.com
• May 21 – “Women Dressing for Success: How to market yourself/first impressions.” Register online at http://mentoringmay2013.eventbrite.com
The mentoring sessions are complimentary but registration is requested. Please use the above links to register for the sessions of your choice. You can also contact Andrea Schaffel in the School of Continuing Education at BCC at 201-493-8975 or at email@example.com to register or for additional information. All sessions will be held in the Moses Family Meeting and Training Center in the Technology Education Center on Bergen Community College’s Paramus campus from 6-8 p.m. Complimentary parking will be available in Lot B.
The BCCWI offers women the opportunity to build new skills, impart their lifelong set of values and partner with a wide variety of business and educational leaders to become more influential and stronger contributors to the local community. The Women’s Institute at Bergen Community College is dedicated to providing opportunities for all women, regardless of their stature, to develop the skills and abilities needed to realize their potential as leaders in their community. The institute consists of a consortium of local businesses, site teaching and professional mentorship programs designed to educate women to attain their personal and professional goals that will positively impact future generations.
More information about BCCWI can be found at www.bccwi.org.
BECOME A BCCWI MEMBER: We invite you to join our membership family today. Individual Membership/Donation $75. Corporate Membership/Sponsorship - $500. Please visit www.bccwi.org for more information