ABOUT OUR MONTHLY EVENTS: Philo4Thought hosts monthly seminars designed to enhance and refine participant’s professional communication and networking. The first step to preparing for a positive and effective meeting, presentation or interview is to be confident in yourself and your ability! Confident and positive communication is key to making a lasting impression.
ANNOUNCEMENTS: New event announcements post on the first of the month. Workshops are held on the third Wednesday/Saturday of the month. Please check specific event listings for details.
LOCATIONS: Alternating locations in Astoria/New York are announced on the first week of the month.
TOPICS: Our “Positive Professional Identity” roundtable discussion topics include
— Setting Personal & Professional Goals
— Confident Networking
— Expanding Your Network
— CVs & Resumes
— Professional Online Profiles
— Cover Letters & Personal Statements
— Business Cards & Tag Lines
— Professional Interviews
— Small Business Set-Up
— Time Management
— (Open-Forum) Whine-and-Dine
Is there another professional development topic you want to learn about? Please contact us at Philo4Thought@yahoo.com!
Can’t make it to this Thinktank Session? Email us for a 1-on-1 consultation.
REGISTRATION: Seating at these events is limited. Please reserve your spot in advance on Eventbrite.
DISCOUNTS & DOOR PRIZES:
— NEW! The 2015 Philo4Thought Membership Pass allows you to attend
events at a reduced rate, with complimentary inclusion in our chatgroup.
— MONTHLY RAFFLE: Register in advance to enter our monthly raffle!
SPONSORSHIP: The opportunity to donate to the Philo4Thought Mentoring Initiative is available. Proceeds help offset the cost of our monthly events and publications. Your consideration and generosity is greatly appreciated. For a list of our current sponsors, please click here. We are preparing to launch a Crowdfunder to help bring these and additional online instruction to our clients and readers in 2015. Stay tuned for additional details!
NEWS: Effective 11/22/15, we have launched a new site, www.philo4thought.org. We invite you to take a look at the new site of our future publications!