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NGU to Offer Workshop For Women Reentering Workforce

North Greenville University’s Leadership and Professional Development Department is set to offer a round table workshop titled “Own Your Gap,” designed for women reentering or planning to exit the workforce. 

In partnership with the South Carolina Department of Commerce, the “Own Your Gap” workshop will be facilitated by Nichelle Harrison, owner of Modern Access to Professionals (MAP).  MAP is an innovative workforce development platform that “Connects Smart Women with Smart Companies.”  Experiencing an extended absence in her resume herself, Nichelle now seeks to empower women going through similar paths. 

Dr. Jill Rayburn, NGU’s director of academic and community engagement states, “We are excited to host Nichelle and her expertise on women in, and out, of the marketplace.  We look forward to coming alongside these ladies and encouraging them to cast a new vision for their personal and professional life.”

The seminar will be offered over lunch on November 8 at The Tim Brashier Campus in Greer.  The cost for the “Own Your Gap” round table workshop is $20 and includes lunch.

For more information, or to register for any of NGU’s fall Professional Development Seminars, please visit https://www.ngu.edu/pd-events.php.


   

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