Cascadia College prepares for Career Day 2018

The college will host Young Women Empowered and their free community event.

  • Tuesday, April 17, 2018 12:30pm
  • News

Cascadia College Bothell is hosting a Young women Empowered career day on April 21 at Mobius Hall, 18428 110th Ave. NE.

This all-day community event is designed for attendees to explore academic and career possibilities. The college invites locals to come learn from professional women in a variety of exciting including jobs and fields, including Flight Nursing (Airlift Northwest); Social Justice in Midwifery; Technology (Software Development/Amazon); Personal Finance (Seattle Credit Union); Directing, Music, Dance; Engineering; and Law

Though this experience is tailored to girls and women in K-12, college and beyond, people of all ages and genders are welcome to attend. The event is free of charge and open to all community members. Snacks and lunch will be provided.

The event will also feature a keynote speech from Michelle Storms, deputy director of the ACLU.

The event begins at 10 a.m. and interested attendees can register at http://youngwomenempowered.org/careerday2018/. Parking will be available at the North Garage.

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