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Careers for Causes

Date: Mar 21
Time: 4:30 p.m. - 8:00 p.m.

KPMG Detroit Office
150 W. Jefferson Suite 190
Detroit, MI 48226

About this event:

Do you know a Young Professional striving to take their career to the next level this year?  Careers for Causes is a new way to help Young Professionals in their 20's do just that and launches on March 21 in Detroit.  Careers for Causes is a career accelerator specially focused on the career challenges and leadership development of Young Professionals.  This link and the attached flier explain all the details.    

Careers for Causes is founded by Diane Ring, President of Ring Results and Executive Coach who is passionate about supporting future leaders!  “Our future depends on them and there is no limit to the challenges they are inheriting” she says.  “The myriad of problems we face today go unsolved not because too few people care, because there’s too little motivation, or because people aren’t capable — rather, it’s because many brilliant individuals don’t get the support they need to sort out how to practically align their gifts with the needs of our society and our environment.”

Register by March 14, 2013

Diane Ring




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