Looking for support and connection with other early career women during these uncertain times? We're here to help...
Just wanted to send a message of love and support during this time and to check in on all of you. How do we, as a community of young professional women, best deal with the growing stress that has suddenly been unleashed in our lives as a result of COVID-19?
Connection is essential, now more than ever.
In that spirit, we want to invite you to join us for a series of free online gatherings that we are planning, and we would love your input on how we can serve you best.
Based on some initial feedback, here are some options we are considering:
1) Virtual co-working: We'll open with a few minutes of centering and a brief lesson about mindset and then we will have heads down work time where you can get to work on your own current project or tasks – whatever feels most important to you at this time. Whenever you need a burst of inspiration, you’ll be able to look up and see our community of women from around the world working alongside you.
2) Virtual Power Lunch & Happy Hours: Connect over informal conversation over lunch or happy hour.
3) Mini-trainings: Need to brush up or learn a new skill? Let us know what skills you need to build (e.g., remote work, networking, etc.) or topics you would like to discuss with other women, and we can host a session about it.
Please comment below and let us know which ideas you like and feel free to propose new ideas too. Let us know how we can serve you best.
Sending lots of love and virtual hugs ❤️
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