Women's Networking Event (NY)
Saturday, April 20, 2013 from 2:00 PM to 4:00 PM (EDT)
"MENTORING AND NETWORKING: DETERMINING WHAT YOU NEED AND HOW TO GET IT" with Dr. Tuesday Cooper
This event is sponsored by Cultivating Our Sisterhood International Association, Inc. (COSIA).
Today, there are lots of conversations about the need to network and secure a mentor in order to survive and thrive in the professional arena.
- How does one network effectively?
- What are the benefits of networking?
- Are there risks involved? Should you have a mentor to show you how to network?
- Do you need a mentor in order to move forward and/or up in life?
- How would you go about finding a mentor?
- Exactly what is the role of a mentor?
- How do you know what kind of mentor you need?
- Are Facebook, LinkedIn, and Twitter really useful in moving forward efforts to network?
- How do you know whether what you are doing currently is enough?
Join us for an open discussion about mentoring and networking. By the end of the session, participants will walk away with an action plan for identifying and engaging a mentor and creating their own sisterhood network.
What is included with your free registration?
- Free access to session;
- Light refreshments; and
- Free parking at the New York Botanical Garden.
Are there ID requirements or an age limit to enter the event?
This event is open to all women age 18 and older.
What are my transport/parking options getting to the event?
The New York Botanical Garden is accessible via public transportation. Get specific MTA transportation information by visiting the link below.
- By Subway
Take the B, D, or 4 train to Bedford Park Blvd Station. From the station exit:
- Take the Bx 26 bus east to the Garden's Mosholu Gate entrance.
- OR walk eight blocks down the hill on Bedford Park Blvd to the end (approximately 20 minutes). Turn left onto Southern Blvd and walk one block to Mosholu Gate entrance.
- By Metro-North Railroad
Take the Metro-North to Botanical Garden Station. Walk across Southern Boulevard to the Garden's Mosholu Gate entrance. Just 20 minutes from Grand Central Terminal in Manhattan! Also convenient from other locations.
Get driving directions and other travel information via the New York Botanical Garden Web site at http://www.nybg.org/visit/directions.php.
Where can I contact the organizer with any questions?
For more information, contact us at email@example.com or call (877) 947-3007.
What is the registration policy?
Spaces are limited, so all guests must register and print out their registration tickets to access this free event.
Is there anything else I should know?
By registering for this event, you agree to indemnify and hold harmless Cultivating Our Sisterhood International Association, Inc. d.b.a. COSIA, its officers, employees and agents for any and all injury, loss, cost, or expense arising out of your participation in COSIA events activities or travel to and from such activities, or otherwise resulting from your use of event facilities. COSIA assumes no responsibility for any loss, damage, or theft of any personal property brought onto the premises by any COSIA event guests, volunteers, and/or participants . By submitting your registration, you also acknowledge that you have received, read, understand, and agree to abide by the terms and conditions posted on the COSIA Web site at https://www.cultivatingoursisterhood.net/terms_conditions, COSIA membership guidelines, and the notice of photography, audio, and video recording.
When & Where
Cultivating Our Sisterhood International Association, Inc. (COSIA)
COSIA is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that connects women from diverse backgrounds, encourages their dreams, and inspires philanthropy.
At COSIA, we believe that: we can develop supportive networks for women that are not limited by age, ethnicity, sexual orientation, religion, and/or any other category of separation; we can utilize our networks as resources to produce affordable events and programs that promote team-building and the development, critical review, and active pursuit of personal and professional life goals and objectives; and we can support through fundraising and volunteer activities socially conscious initiatives and programs that benefit women and youth from underserved communities.