New Networking Group For Working Women

July 16, 2010

Working women of all ages are invited to attend the inaugural meeting of a new networking group tomorrow morning at the Union Club in San José. The group is being formed as part of the Women’s Club of Costa Rica.

Times have changed since the Women’s Club was established in 1940, and the club recognizes that weekday meetings are not possible for the modern woman in today’s working world. Yet highly valuable mentoring and networking opportunities can be found through supportive relationships with other women of diverse backgrounds and occupations. These opportunities, along with social and philanthropic activities, will be offered monthly at meeting times convenient to working women, on weekends or evenings.

The inaugural meeting will offer the opportunity to participate in the naming and organization of the new group and to learn about the vibrant 70-year history of the Women’s Club in Costa Rica. The club is an English-speaking group and welcomes anyone with a beginning ability in the language. For more information, contact Phyllis (Felicia) at 2268-6130 or businessnetwork.womensclubcr@gmail.com, or Ann at 2228-6862.

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