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SOLD OUT - BSC Dinner: A Jeffersonian Discussion on Meaningful Work

Be Social Change

Thursday, March 2, 2017 from 6:30 PM to 9:00 PM (EST)

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Join us on Tuesday, February 28th, 2017 at 6:30pm for our first BSC Dinner: A Jeffersonian Discussion on “What Does Meaningful Work Mean to You?” facilitated by Mollie Kinsman of Conversate and Jessica Freeman.

 

What is Jeffersonian Dinner?

Inspired by President Thomas Jefferson’s dedication to fostering thought-provoking dinner conversation, a Jeffersonian Dinner brings individuals together to have an engaging and thought-provoking discussion around a common theme.

 

This month’s theme is “What meaningful work means to you?” and will provide an opportunity to share your own thoughts and experiences as well as learn from fellow attendees on how they approach work, what motivates them, and why it matters.

 

Come join us for good food, great company, and an opportunity to grow your network with new connections!

 

Dinner will be provided by Dos Toros along with wine and refreshments.

 

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Your Facilitators

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Mollie Kinsman, Career Development Coach & Facilitator

Mollie Kinsman is the founder of a Jeffersonian dinner series in NYC - Conversate - with each event designed as an intimate gathering to spark meaningful conversation, new friendships, and knowledge sharing. They offer ticketed events for the community, benefit events for non-profit partners, and private facilitation for companies who recognize the value in a focused team-building discussion.

 

As a certified professional coach and facilitator, she is on a mission to help people get unstuck so that they can lead a career that brings joy, success and personal fulfillment.  During her own search for meaningful work, she founded her coaching business, and joined the "farmily" at Brooklyn Grange.

 

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Jessica Freeman, Facilitator

Jess Freeman is a Conversate facilitator by night, and a Community & Events Coordinator by day at Brooklyn Foodworks, where she helps entrepreneurs launch their budding food businesses. She is a Boston native, a graduate from the University of Colorado, and has previously worked in sales, urban farming and hospitality. She always finds the time for her passion of connecting with others through meaningful conversation.





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Refund Policy: Refunds can be issued in full up to 48 hours prior to the start of the class by contacting Be Social Change.


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Centre for Social Innovation
601 West 26th Street
#325
New York, NY 10001

Thursday, March 2, 2017 from 6:30 PM to 9:00 PM (EST)


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Be Social Change



Be Social Change is New York's largest social impact community with a mission to educate and connect the next generation of purpose-driven professionals, entrepreneurs, and creatives. Through professional and personal development classes, community-building events, and resource-sharing tools, we empower people from all sectors and industries to pursue meaningful work and create lives that make the world a better place. Learn more >>

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