Thursday, Apr. 19, 8:30 - 9:30 am: Mid & Late Career Coffee Chat Group Leader: MJ Abell Panera on Lane Ave (Community Room)
Chat Theme: Where am I in my career journey? In the April Mid & Late Career Coffee Chat, we will work on our “Tell me about yourself” pitches and our value propositions. Please use the Value Proposition Template to draft your value proposition and bring it to the chat. If you are looking for more insight about yourself, consider asking people you trust for 10 words to describe you.
Monday, Apr. 30, 9:30 - 10:30 am: Working Parents' Coffee Chat Group Leader: Rachel Kaschner Panera on Lane Avenue (Community Meeting Room)
Chat Theme: Tips and Tricks to Manage Your Busy Life Join ASFW for Working Parents’ Coffee Chats! These informal meetings will allow participants to engage in conversations to get to know other Ohio State working parents. During this Coffee Chat, we’ll be discussing strategies we employ to manage hectic schedules, both at home and at work. Please read the related article below to begin thinking about organizational tactics that could simplify your life. The article will serve as a jumping off point for the group to discuss what’s worked well for them. Coffee will be provided. We look forward to seeing you!
Wednesday, May 16, 6 pm:Keyholder 2018: Real Stories, Real Change Sponsored by The Women's Fund of Central Ohio Location: Ohio Theatre
Keyholder is the biggest night of the year. It’s where we come together as storytellers. Where stories of the change-makers, the disrupters, and the influencers are told. We fill the Ohio Theatre with 2,500 of us connected, ignited and fiercely committed to gender equality.
This year two powerful storytellers will take the Keyholder stage.
GEENA DAVIS and GINA RODRIGUEZ will share in an open and authentic dialogue about their own experiences, current events, and why they’ve chosen to advocate for women and girls.
We, The Women’s Fund, are committed to connecting those who share a passion for the causes that impact women and girls. We hope you’ll join us on May 16th to be on the frontlines of lasting social change. Purchase $50 tickets to the event HERE.
Monday, May 14 - Thursday, May 17:Career Coaching Interested in a new career? Wondering what your next step should be? Need a resume review? Preparing for your annual review? This is your chance to meet with an on-campus professional career coach for a free confidential 45-minute coaching session to address any career-related questions or concerns you have.
Please Sign-Up-Here and select ONE time-slot. The times, meeting locations, and the names of the career coaches are provided on this sign up. Registration period for ASFW Members Only is April 23-27.
Send your selected coach your resume and/or LinkedIn profile at least two business days before your session.
Friday, May 18, 8:30 am-4:30 pm:14th Annual Ballam Women's Symposium This year's theme: "Be the Change" Location: The Recreation and Physical Activities Building (RPAC)
The annual Ballam Women’s Symposium theme this year is “Be the Change,” with a focus on how we as career professionals can create change in our own lives and in the environments around us. Our speakers will address the challenges, solutions, and tools that can be part of the professional working woman’s life. No matter where you are in this journey, the Symposium will provide an opportunity for you to ask questions, build confidence, and create a road map to further your vision for life.