When:
August 23, 2018 @ 3:30 pm – 7:00 pm
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Where:
WeWork Bryant Park
54 W 40th St
New York, NY 10018
USA
Cost:
Free
Contact:
ABF Career Alliance
1 (800) 269-0388

The ABF Career Alliance presents a

 Free Career Networking Event

for the Christian Science community

Thursday, August 23,     3:30 – 7:00 pm

WeWork Bryant Park
54 West 40th street
New York City

 

Join us in New York City in August
(Check out the video below of our recent event in Chicago)

  • Network with Career Allies who share your spiritual values
  • Get inspired by the spiritual perspective behind successful careers
  • Come away with new views of your place in the world of work

If you are ready to take a step forward in your career, or ready to help someone else by sharing your insights and experience, then please click the “Event website” link above to register and learn more.

 

Who should attend?

Anyone in the extended Christian Science family who is:

  • looking to start or advance on your career path
  • considering a career change
  • willing to share your career lessons with others

 

Here are some highlights from our recent event in Chicago

 

NOTE: This workshop is free, but you must register here: www.abfcareeralliance.org/2018-events/ (or click the “Event website” link above).

​Additional info​:
A similar event will also be held in Washington, DC on July 28.

The purpose of the Career Alliance is to build an active career community for Christian Scientists by connecting Job Seekers with Career Allies who can help them move forward in their careers”

For more information, go to: www.abfcareeralliance.org

 

These events are free. Mark your calendar now! If you are in New York or D.C., or will be coming to either of these cities, this event is not-to-be-missed.

And if you know a Christian Scientist who needs help finding a job, please pass the blessing forward – as well as this information. Just click on the Social Media icons below to share.

This event is sponsored by the Albert Baker Fund and The Christian Science Monitor.

 

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