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Global Meetings
Chapter/SIGMeeting Date 
New York, NY Dec 16, 2019

Time

11:00 AM to 1:00 PM

Location

MONDAY- BIG-APPLE JOB CLUB
Riverside Branch Library
127 Amsterdam Ave. between 65th and 66th Street
New York, NY 10023

Agenda
MONDAY - BIG-APPLE JOB CLUB
****************************************
AGENDA

- Introductions

- Job Search Updates

- Specific Topics TBD
************************************
The meetings are every Monday from 11:00 - 1:00pm

The Co-Chairs for this Job Club are:
- Mike Frieman - 917.597.4700
mffrieman@gmail.com

- Eileen Robbins - 646.932-6554
eileen.d.robbins@gmail.com

Agenda

Agenda

Introductions

2. Job Search Updates

3. Specific Topics - TBD

Directions

Cleveland, OH Dec 16, 2019

Time

5:30 PM to 7:40 PM

Location

Eton Collection, 28601 Chagrin Boulevard, Beachwood, OH 44122 at I-271 and Chagrin, east of the interchange at Taza Lebanese Grill. The entrance is on the ground floor just to the right of the entrance for our regular meetings.

Agenda

This meeting will be an informal social starting at 5:30 pm. We will have an area reserved for FENG. Bring plenty of business cards and enjoy mingling with a really great group of people. Pay your own tab.

NEXT MEETING
Our next regular meeting will be on Monday, January 27th at our regular location, 28601 Chagrin Boulevard, Beachwood, OH 44122 Note that this will be the fourth Monday due the holiday. Our speaker will be Kevin Ortner, Director, Transformation - Operations and Transition at The MetroHealth System.

Directions

Cincinnati, OH Dec 16, 2019

Time

5:30 PM to 8:00 PM

Location

8044 Montgomery Rd
Kenwood Towers
Kenwood, 1st Floor Conference Room,
There is plenty of FREE parking available.

Agenda

Holiday Party









Pizza and refreshments will be provided by our friends and colleagues at Vernovis.

An evening not to be missed. I look forward to seeing as many of you as can make it.



Directions

Philadelphia-Suburban, PA Dec 16, 2019

Time

6:00 PM to 8:00 PM

Location

Paoli Presbyterian Church
225 South Valley Road
Paoli, PA 1931

Enter the front door of the church
Walk straight ahead to the end of the hallway.
The Lounge is to your left or right up three stairs

Agenda

Chapter Update, Member Introductions and Networking

As always, this is a great opportunity to network, practice your “elevator” speech and share ideas & tips with fellow FENG members.

Come prepared to learn and share your recent successes, describe your job search plans for the next month, and bring job search questions and concerns. Seek assistance from the group on topics where you need help.

It is important that you bring copies of your target list of companies and people you would like to meet. Also bring enough copies of your One Pager profile or Resume for other members. These are necessary tools you need so that people will know how to help you.

We meet the third Monday of each month from 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM.

Our objective is to support each other, share leads and discuss general intelligence about the job market.

Dress is "job interview" attire, or "dressy" business casual.


The networking objectives for the meeting are:

To give each member of our group an opportunity to meet with peers, share job leads and create a sharp focus on his or her career search target in the minds of our members. This allows members and guests to provide you with job leads, networking contacts and strategic search advice.'

Directions

Warren County, NJ Dec 16, 2019

Time

6:30 PM to 8:45 PM

Location

Morris County Library
30 East Hanover Avenue
1st Floor Conference Room
Whippany, NJ 07981

973-285-6930
Near Morristown

Agenda

Join us for an interesting discussion on this topic facilitated by Executive Recruiter Janelle Razzino.

This month, we welcome back Janelle Razzino

Janelle has been in Executive Search for over 28 years, recruiting high level executives to the tri-state and greater Metro New York area. A contingency firm with a retained search process, Janelle understands the client/ candidate needs. Customer service is always at the forefront of each search, the ULTIMATE COMPETITIVE advantage.

Janelle’s specialties include executive level placements for the Global 2000. Disciplines include Finance, Accounting and Information Technology across all industries. Janelle has been featured in the New York Times and CBS World News. http://www.razzinoassociates.com

Presentation Topic: “Reach Out and Touch Someone”

Ma Bell may have said it first, but Janelle is presenting it differently now
In this presentation we will cover these points for communication options:
How do we make a contact call, email, LinkedIn message sound professional and dynamic?
· Am I getting my message across?
· Appropriate - ness
· Bothersome or not?
· Delivery is everything




Meeting Notes:

Come prepared to present your 30-second introduction/elevator speech.

Bring a list of target companies, and then ask who knows people in these firms. The meeting will end early enough to allow for networking afterwards.

Please be sure to:

- Bring a name badge and tent
- Bring business cards to exchange with other members
- Bring resumes for distribution with other members
- List of target companies



Business Casual















Dress: Business Casual

Directions

WEST:
Route 10 East through Parsippany. Just before the Route 287 overpass, turn south off of Route 10 at the Hanover Marriott onto Ridgedale Avenue. Down Ridgedale about 2 miles, past Allen papers on the right and, next, the Morris County Mall on the left as you reach the Mall and approach the intersection, move into left turning lane. A Sunoco station is left and across the intersection from you. Turn left onto Hanover Ave. The library is a half mile down the road on your left. There is a stop light and overhead sign at the library entrance.

EAST:
Route 10 West, passing under Route 287. Take the jughandle turn for Ridgedale Avenue and follow directions above OR Route 24 West to last exit, 1A. Turn right off the exit ramp and pass under Rte 24. Take the immediate right hand feed off of Whippany Rd onto Hanover Ave. The library is 200 yards up the road, on your right.

SOUTH:
Route 287 to exit 36A, Morris Avenue and Rte 511. Turn right at top of exit ramp. Stay in middle lane. Pass the equestrian statue on your right, Ford Mansion (large white colonial home) on your left. Road narrows to two lanes; move into left turning lane as you approach the second light. Left turn off of Whippany Rd onto Hanover Ave. The library is 200 yards up the road, on your right.

NORTH:
Route 287 to exit 36, Lafayette and Ridgedale Avenue. Stay to the right coming off of Route 287 and bear right onto Ridgedale Avenue. Seven tenths of a mile to intersection with Hanover Ave. (Sunoco station on the right); right turn onto Hanover. The library is a half mile down the road on your left, marked by a stop light and overhead sign.

Charleston, SC Dec 17, 2019

Time

7:00 AM to 7:30 AM

Location

Charleston Job Club Conference Call

Phone Number:
United States +1 218-339-7800
Access code 464 5103

Agenda

Activity/Time (Minutes):
- Chair/Co-Chair Introductions/2
- Member - Report Outs/Updates/15
- Discussion - Job Opportunities: Job Boards, Company Site Alerts, Etc./5
- Member Support Dialog: Resume' Review, Interview Techniques/Approaches/etc./5
- Follow-Up Items - Next Meeting/ 2
- Chair/Co-Chair Closing Comments/1

Directions

Nashville, TN Dec 17, 2019

Time

7:15 AM to 8:45 AM

Location

LBMC
201 Franklin Road, 4th Floor
Brentwood, TN 37027

Agenda

Topic: The ABCs of a PEO

Speaker: Andrew Brittingham, Business Development, LBMC Employment Partners, LLC

Presentation:
A PEO is a co-employment relationship that optimizes human resources for small to mid-sized businesses. The benefit of being part of a PEO means that no matter a company’s size, employees will be part of a larger pool, giving organizations lower benefits costs, and a lower cost per employee for all HR services. The management of employees becomes more and more complex each day. By joining a PEO, organizations can alleviate the complexities of Human Resources Management by outsourcing non-core business functions which allows them ample time to focus on their Mission Statement as well as other revenue-producing operations. LBMC Employment Partners was the first Tennessee-based PEO to receive the Certified Professional Employment Organization (CPEO) designation so who better to guide you through why a PEO may be a good fit?

Speaker's Bio:
Andrew Brittingham is in Business Development with LBMC Employment Partners, LLC. He utilizes the people, products, and services of LBMC Employment Partners to create long-term, strategic partnerships. Andrew develops and implements opportunities with organizations across the U.S. He helps companies enhance productivity and increase profitability while developing relationships with core leaders of target companies. Andrew assists in putting together a team of subject matter experts, develops a strategy to meet the goals of the client, and then manages the implementation of the solution. Andrew previously held similar inside and outside sales positions for six years prior to joining LBMC Employment Partners, LLC.

Education: University of Tennessee, Knoxville (Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration with a focus on Marketing and International Business)

Sponsor: Coffee and bagels are provided compliments of LBMC.

Directions

https://www.google.com/maps/place/201+Franklin+Rd,+Brentwood,+TN+37027/@36.0333376,-86.7909135,17z/data=!3m1!4b1!4m5!3m4!1s0x88647b25ad97909b:0xd189f0689598a698!8m2!3d36.0333333!4d-86.7887195

Instructions for parking and building entry:
Please come to 201 Franklin Road at the corner of Franklin Road and Maryland Way in Brentwood. Please park on the second floor (or P2 level) of the parking garage. Please DO NOT park on P1 /Office Visitor Parking. Take parking garage elevator (south side of garage down to the P1 level take pathway to the lobby. Once at the lobby take the elevator to the 3rd floor. The FENG meeting will be held in the Multipurpose conference room which is to the right coming off the elevators.

London, United Kingdom Dec 17, 2019

Time

9:00 AM to 5:30 PM

Location

Goodman Masson's offices
120 Aldersgate Street
London UK EC1A 4JQ

Agenda

Finance Director Workshop

Directions

Tube station Barbican

Westport, CT Dec 17, 2019

Time

10:00 AM to 12:00 PM

Location

STAMFORD JOB CLUB
Stamford Ferguson Library
1 Public Library Plaza
Stamford, CT

Agenda

STAMFORD JOB CLUB

Introductions
Job Search Techniques, Reviews and Updates along with weekly progress reports.
Small group networking.
Resume/LinkedIn Profile/Networking Briefing reviews conducted as requested.

Directions

Stamford's Ferguson Library is located right on Broad Street just 1 1/2 blocks from Target, on the opposite side of the street. Parking is available in Target for $3 for up to 3 hrs. It is recommended to park on the street level floor and walk over. Meter parking is available on the streets of Stamford but refilling the meter will be required during the meeting.

New York, NY Dec 17, 2019

Time

10:00 AM to 12:00 PM

Location

Tuesday - Big Apple Job Club
Riverside Branch Library
127 Amsterdam Ave. between 65th and 66th Street
New York, NY 10023

Agenda
Tuesday - Big Apple Job Club
****************************************
AGENDA

- Introductions

- Job Search Updates

- Specific Topics TBD
************************************
The meetings are every Tuesday from 10:00 - 12:00pm

The Co-Chairs for this Job Club are:
- Cinthya Orrala (917) 446-2946, cmorrala1@gmail.com

- Helen Miksits(646) 599-6466
miksitsh@gmail.com

Agenda

1. Introductions

2. Job Search Updates

3. Specific Topics - TBD

Directions

Dallas, TX Dec 17, 2019

Time

5:30 PM to 8:00 PM

Location

Blue Mesa Grill
14866 Montfort Drive
Addison, TX 75254

Agenda

Please join us for a joint HOLIDAY GATHERING with The FEI.

This is a great opportunity to make new friends as well as catch-up with old friends!

Sponsors: TBA

Directions

https://www.google.com/maps/place/Blue+Mesa+Grill/@32.9512829,-96.820254,17z/data=!3m1!4b1!4m5!3m4!1s0x864c213b101e9273:0x67afc010951b5ac!8m2!3d32.9512829!4d-96.8180653

Hong Kong, China Dec 17, 2019

Time

6:00 PM to 8:00 PM

Location

29F Devon House
Taikoo Place,979 King’s Road, Quarry Bay
Hong Kong

Agenda

Topic: Hong Kong maroeconomic projections for 2020

Speaker: Kelvin Lau, Executive Director, Senior Economist, Greater China, Standard Chartered Bank (Hong Kong) Limited

Presentation:
- Hong Kong maroeconomic projections for 2020
- HKD and HIBOR outlook (based on our Fed scenarios)
- Longer-term implications, including the GBA

Speaker's bio:
Based in Hong Kong, Kelvin is a member of the Bank’s Greater China research team, with over 14 years of experience in economic analysis. He specialises in offshore renminbi development, and provides research on the economies of Hong Kong and southern China and their integration. Kelvin was instrumental in the construction of the Standard Chartered Renminbi Globalisation Index, the first industry benchmark that tracks the progress of the currency’s internationalisation.

Kelvin has a BSc from the London School of Economics and Political Science

To RSVP for this meeting:
Do NOT register on The FENG website, but please contact:
Trevor Fitzsimmons
Hong Kong Chapter Co-Chair
trevor.fitzsimmons@schindler.com
60511559

Your chapter leadership will be delighted to see you there.

Directions

https://www.google.com/maps/search/29F+Devon+House,+Taikoo+Place,+979+King%E2%80%99s+Road,+Quarry+Bay+Hong+Kong++/@22.2870857,114.2096213,17z/data=!3m1!4b1

Not-for-Profit Dec 17, 2019

Time

6:00 PM to 8:00 PM

Location

New York Restoration Project
254 W 31st Street, 10th Floor
Located just south of Penn Station off Eighth Avenue

Agenda

Five Must Do’s for Starting (and Maintaining) Your Own Consultancy

In this presentation, Robin Yates will take us through her journey from IBM to running her own consultancy. She will cover topics, such as:

Key considerations prior to setting up shop
Trade-offs to going it alone
Partnerships / channels to boost your business
Emotional and financial challenges

Directions

Closest subway A,C,E to 34th Street, Penn Station
Also convenient: 1,2,3 to 34th Street, Penn Station

Tele-conferencing instructions for those members who cannot attend in person:
- Dial in starts at 6:15 pm EST
- Conference Dial-in Number: (319) 527-3513
- Participant Access Code: 445296#

Lehigh Valley, PA Dec 17, 2019

Time

6:00 PM to 8:00 PM

Location

Fogelsville Inn
7921 Main Street
Fogelsville, PA 18051
610-395-3999

www.hopsfogelsville.com

Agenda

Please join us for a joint Holiday Party with the BENG.

To RSVP: Do NOT register on The FENG website. Please rsvp, by Tuesday, December 10th so we can provide a headcount to the Inn, to:

John Dunbar
dunbar@rcn.com
or
610-737-9618

Cost:
Appetizers will be included; however there will be a cash bar.

We are asking for a $20.00 contribution to attend. Payment can be made at the door.

Directions

https://www.google.com/maps/place/Hops+Fogelsville+Hotel/@40.583351,-75.6346762,17z/data=!3m1!4b1!4m5!3m4!1s0x89c433cdf51b92b3:0xce2b534f38726b70!8m2!3d40.5833469!4d-75.6324929

Boston, MA Dec 18, 2019

Time

7:30 AM to 9:00 AM

Location

Hosted by MORSE
Meeting in Conf Room B, 10 City Point
500 Totten Pond Rd
Ground Floor past the Cafe'
Waltham, MA 02451

NOTE: this is a different room in the same building where we usually meet

Agenda

Purpose of this meeting: During this Holiday time of giving, let’s work together to help each other refine our marketing material and plans, and make better connections. Rather than an outside speaker, this meeting will allow us share what we are doing to market ourselves, and refine that thinking. We will adapt the process used by the Bergen County FENG Chapter, which has been following their format every month for over 20 years.
So, what if you are not actively engaged in a search? Two thoughts. First, everyone is either in a search, thinking about it, or about to be. My first boss out of college told me that the day he reported for his job he updated his resume. He stayed with that firm, became a partner, eventually was made PIC of the office, and retired from that firm—it used to happen. Even so, he was always thinking about his options, making friends and staying connected.
Second, even if you are never going to look for a job again, you benefit by helping others. You never know how helping people will “pay off”. Maybe you will discover your next head of F,P&A…or maybe you will talk with someone who might be perfect to fill a crucial role at a client. Or maybe, you just join in the Holiday spirit by helping someone else. That’s networking.

Bring to the meeting five copies of:
• Resume and printout of the first page of your Linked-In profile
• List of target companies
• Business cards

Process (90 minutes):
Informal networking (15 minutes)
Introductions and expectations (5 minutes)
Work Session (20 minutes)
• Break into groups of 4-5
• One person will be assigned in advance the role of facilitator
• Individual discussions (5-7 minutes each):
o 15 second pitch (remember, this is how you create interest in talking more, not your life history)
1. Your name
2. What makes you unique
3. Your target companies
4. How can the group help me?
5. Ways I can help the group.
6. Repeat your name.
o Input from each person around the table
o Move to the next individual, discussing each person’s search in turn
• After the small-group discussions, individuals will briefly report-out to the whole group a couple key take-ways from the breakout sessions (10 minutes). Maybe:
o New perspectives
o Tactical changes to marketing strategy
o Specific other benefits from meeting with the group, such as a target company
Finally, 15 second pitches around the whole group.
Informal networking (15 minutes)

Directions

Please note: Morse has changed its name from Morse Barnes-Brown & Pendleton and has moved—the new address listed here is around the corner from their old office where we had meet prior to August 2019.

Women's Dec 18, 2019

Time

10:00 AM to 10:30 AM

Location

Please note: new country phone numbers and access code. For additional country phone numbers, please see below.

Conference call:
United States: (605) 472-5471

Access Code: 237646#

The time is based on US ET.

Agenda

Topic: Overcoming Ageism in an Interview

The Women’s SIG is undergoing a transformation!

The new meeting format will include a topic of interest that we think will be informative and discussion-worthy, and invite everyone’s participation on the call.

In addition, we will now meet monthly on the 3rd Wednesday at 10:00 am US ET (same mid-morning coffee break time as before).

If you have any questions, please contact one of the members of the Steering Committee.

- Avani Doshi, avani_doshi@yahoo.com
- Brenda Grandell, brendagrandell@gmail.com
- Shirley Grimmett, ssgrimmett@optimum.net
- Lorraine MacDonald, lomac99@gmail.com
- Sandy Petty, sandykpetty@gmail.com
- Eileen Robbins, eileen.d.robbins@gmail.com

We look forward to speaking with you.

Directions

To avoid the surcharge imposed by certain phone carriers, you may place your call through the FreeConferenceCall app, which is downloadable from www.freeconferencecall.com.

Country Phone Numbers:

Americas
United States +1 605-472-5471; Brazil +55 17 3042-1802; Mexico +52 899 274 7432; Argentina +54 11 5219-0362; Chile +56 2 3210 9970; Colombia +57 4 2040708; Costa Rica +506 4001 0250; Dominican Republic +1 829-239-8019; Guatemala +502 2458 1461; Peru +51 1 6429074; Panama +507 833-6994

EMEA (Europe, the Middle East, and Africa)
United Kingdom +44 330 998 1320; France +33 7 55 51 18 23; Germany +49 221 98203452; Ireland +353 1 907 9734; Austria +43 1 2650553; Belgium +32 2 792 02 7002; Spain +34 872 50 31 71; Switzerland +41 44 513 30 38; Italy +39 051 092 0304; Netherlands +31 97 05 500 1815; Portugal +351 21 114 3172; Romania +40 31 780 7071; Czech Republic +420 225 989 145; Nigeria +234 1 227 8508; South Africa +27 87 825 0910; Greece +30 21 0300 2709; Poland +48 22 263 97 36; Lithuania +370 5 208 0624; Latvia +371 67 660 664; Estonia +372 634 6170; Bahrain +973 6500 9168; Israel +972 55-966-1131; Norway +47 52 90 06 78; Finland +358 9 31587216; Bulgaria +359 2 495 2670; Slovenia +386 65 701 113; Pakistan +92 21 37132658; Hungary +36 1 323 7110; Croatia +385 1 7757 271; Sweden +46 8 420 020 30; Denmark +45 93 75 41 50; Turkey +90 212 988 17 91; Russian Federation +7 812 383-96-34; Kenya +254 20 7653312; Tanzania +255 41 120 1052; Uganda +256 205 491009; Ukraine +380 89 324 0659
Slovakia +421 2/333 252 21; Afghanistan +93 72 989 0508; Albania +355 4 454 1723; Algeria +213 98 221 05 09; Cyprus +357 77 788741; Georgia +995 706 777 592; Iceland +354 632 9700; India +91 172 519 9261; Luxembourg +352 20 30 16 64; Malawi +265 212 342 002; Malta +356 2031 0014; Monaco +377 93 10 82 06; Montenegro +382 78 907 012; Serbia +381 67 7892813; Sri Lanka +94 115 896 985; United Arab Emirates +971 600 521250; Kosovo +383 38 413 970

Asia Pacific
Japan +81 3-5050-5117; Australia +61 2 6194 9930; Malaysia +60 11-1146 0091; Singapore +65 3138 9200; Cambodia +855 96 696 7930; Indonesia +62 21 39702806; Mongolia +976 7049 7618; New Zealand +64 9-884 4701

Denver, CO Dec 18, 2019

Time

5:00 PM to 7:00 PM

Location

Chinook Tavern

Agenda

Social Networking Event – Chinook Tavern – food provided by Robert Half – cash bar

Directions

Bergen County, NJ Dec 18, 2019

Time

6:30 PM to 8:30 PM

Location

Robert Half Office
Park 80 West Plaza II
250 Pehle Avenue Suite 502
Saddle Brook, NJ 07663

Agenda

Please join Matt Goerke for this one-hour workshop which is a fast paced, success oriented way to learn the basics of the “Memory Switch” system. Matt Goerke addresses the competitive advantage that a trained memory can give both personally and professionally, and demonstrate what can be done with a trained memory. Matt will move quickly through the process of steps he has discovered which makes his system so unique. They include a series of mental exercises and drills to stimulate and exercise the portion of the brain where memory takes place. The teaching of mnemonic devises and the training deals with focus and activation, and how to stay keyed in on the material you need. Participants of the workshop use this approach in an interactive exercise that demonstrates to them that there is no such thing as a good or bad memory just a trained or an untrained one. The participants are taught the difference between a trained and an untrained memory and when armed with this knowledge they will have the ability to do the following:
1. Do presentations without notes
2. Have facts and figures at their mental finger tips
3. Learn how to use their memory and the techniques shared to make a powerful first impression Remember names and key information shared by clients and staff
4. Learn how to share information with clients and staff in a way that will dramatically increase the listeners retention of key information
5. Remember important information from meetings and written material
6. Reduce stress
7. Become a more effective networker
Matthew is the developer of the “Memory Switch Program”, the most utilized program of its kind ever developed and for that reason he is a most sought after guest and has appeared on hundreds of radio and television talk shows.
Matthew Goerke is regarded as one of America’s leading experts in the field of Memory Development. He has shared with thousands of business professionals from all walks of life the techniques for developing an instant recall memory with results that can only be described as amazing. Matthew has worked with such well know speakers as Zig Zigler, Ed Forman,Vic Conant and Tony Robbins. He has trained executives from corporations including AT&T, Prudential, Exxon,Wells Fargo, Merck Pharmaceutical and Coldwell Banker, and government agencies such as the United States Postal Service and the Defense Department. Matthew has also had a tremendous impact in educational settings, having personally trained thousands of students and teachers at all academic levels.

Please reserve your seat for the meetings by signing up at the www.TheFENG.org website under Bergen County Chapter Meetings. I can be reached at the following:

201-919-2607 - Cell
201-337-7554 - Home
martylatman@gmail.com

Regards,
Marty Latman

Directions

Please contact Marty Latman for directions:

201-919-2607 - Cell
201 337-7554 – Home
martylatman@gmail.com

Long Island, NY Dec 18, 2019

Time

6:30 PM to 8:30 PM

Location

Ernst & Young LLP
One Jericho Plaza
Suite 105
Jericho New York 11753

Agenda

TBA

As always, be sure to bring about 15 copies of your resume; a supply of business cards may come in handy for networking as well. Please polish your 2 minute presentation! Your networking time is a value added activity for you and your peers; practice your 'elevator speech' and try it out with your friends at FENG, compare contrast and revise it until you hear it in your sleep. This platform skill will serve you long after you land your next assignment.

Alumni members are encouraged to attend this meeting and participate in the discussion - it is a great way to give back to the group, and to maintain and build your network.

We plan on starting the meeting promptly at 6:30 PM, but attendees may begin to arrive anywhere from 6:00 PM for informal networking.


Directions

The office is one of two buildings in a complex located at the intersection of the Long Island Expressway and Jericho Turnpike. Be sure to go to the building furthest east.

PLEASE DO NOT PARK IN RESERVED PARKING.

Memphis, TN Dec 18, 2019

Time

7:00 PM to 8:45 PM

Location

Germantown Community Library
1925 Exeter Road
Germantown, TN 38138
Library telephone (901) 757-7323

Agenda

Come prepared to present your 90-second introduction. The meeting will end early enough to allow for networking afterwards.

Please be sure to bring your:
- Name badge and tent
- Business cards to exchange
- Resume copies (optional) for distribution
- List of target companies or job leads (for active members)

DRESS: Business Casual

Directions

Germantown Community Library:
In the Conference Room, turn right at front entrance.

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