Tri-County Community College will hold a conference aimed at educating women on how to balance their work lives in the 21st century on Friday, March 24 from 8:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. in the McSwain Building Lecture Hall on the main campus in Peachtree.
“Our goal in providing this conference is to connect fellow women within our local community, who may be facing similar issues when it comes to balancing all the different aspects of their lives,” said Kelly Hembree, coordinator of Human Resource Development and counselor at Tri-County Community College.
The “Women and Work: Finding Balance in the 21st Century” event will feature four dynamic female presenters, all of whom have experience in running their own businesses and will seek to answer any questions or concerns participants may have.
Throughout the course of the conference, those in attendance will participate in engaging discussions, activities, and breakout sessions designed to help them find new and creative ways to balance their busy 21st century lives.
“We want participants to walk away feeling confident in themselves, as well as equipped to thrive both in their professional and home life,” said Lindi Gentry-Lechelt, human services instructor at Tri-County Community College.
RSVPs for the conference should be received to Kelly Hembree by noon on March 17. Lunch will be provided to attendees of the event.
To RSVP, call (828) 835-4291 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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