April General Body Meeting/Networking Effectively: How To Work A Room
Tuesday, April 17, 2012 from 6:30 PM to 8:30 PM (EDT)
New York, NY
UNFORTUNATELY, WE HAVE REACHED CAPACITY FOR THIS EVENT.
NYULYP welcomes you to attend our April General Body Meeting featuring Networking Effectively: How To Work A Room.
According to CNN.com, almost 80% of jobs aren't advertised, making networking essential to thriving professionally and personally. Mutually beneficial networking serves as a valuable strategy for access to employment opportunities, skills development, or even attracting a mate. Some have a knack for connecting with others in any setting. Join us on April 17th for this program which will include tips & tricks for enhancing your networking techniques.
Confirmed Panelists include:
President of Niara Consulting and "Master Connector"
Mentorship Evangelist, Author, Speaker, Entrepreneur
Director of Business Development at Solomon Page Group
Each attendee must RSVP with full name in order no later than April 12th in order to be granted access to the facility.
Post Meeting Social location: There will not be a post meeting social on 4/17.
We look forward to seeing everyone at REBIRTH! 2012
When & Where
New York Urban League Young Professionals
The New York Urban League Young Professionals (NYULYP) is a unique entity of the New York Urban League designed to serve as an empowerment forum for individuals ages twenty-one to forty that live and work throughout the five boroughs of New York City.
This premier civil rights auxiliary group works to promote and support the mission of the New York Urban League by training the next generation of leaders through volunteer opportunities, personal and professional development and fund development. Founded April 1, 2003, the NYULYP is one of 57 chapters of the National Urban League Young Professionals. This deeply rooted movement serves as a network of young professionals across the country that works to eradicate social and economic inequalities through the local implementation of the National Urban League’s empowerment agenda.