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Girl Scouts to host Alumnae Networking, Professional Coaching Dinner

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Alumnae dinner March 14 Credits: Girl Scouts of Northern New Jersey
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RIVERDALE — Girl Scouts of Northern New Jersey will be hosting a Girl Scout alumnae networking and professional career coaching dinner for career-conscious alumnae and friends on Wednesday, March 14, 2018, from 6 to 8 p.m. at The Barnyard & Carriage House, 754 Totowa Road, Totowa, NJ.

Attendees will meet colleagues and Girl Scout alumnae, exchange information, and get tips on how to best position themselves in the job market. Helen Klaassens, of the Institute for Professional Excellence in Coaching, and the co-founder of SPARK Masterminds, will lead the discussion.  This event is open to men and women of all ages, who are interested in starting or enhancing their careers.

Fee is $25 per attendee with pre-registration; $35 at the door. Register online at www.gsnnj.org/alumnae.

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The GSNNJ Alumnae Association is open to all adults interested in the Girl Scout mission of building girls of courage, confidence, and character, and anyone who wants to know how Girl Scouts can help girls reach their leadership potential. This event and others sponsored by the GSNNJ Alumnae Association are open to all adults, not just members, who want to learn, mentor, and connect professionally and personally at Girl Scout program activities and events.

For more information about this panel discussion or the GSNNJ Alumnae Association, call CJ Miller at (973) 248-8200 or cmiller@gsnnj.org.

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