Teen Workshop - Get Hired and Become Financially Fit! | Community
“Ties and Dollar Signs” is the theme of the upcoming PEARLS Program Workshop sponsored by the Tracy Women’s Forum Association.
This workshop will teach teens everything they need to know about getting a job and handling money for the future!
Guest speakers include Captain John Espinoza of the Tracy Police Department and Catherine Rodgers, Assistant Vice President/Sales & Service Manager from Bank of Stockton. Captain Espinoza will share tips and strategies to give teens confidence while interviewing and entering the working world. Catherine Rodgers will follow with money-managing skills and how-to’s on gaining the most from your hard-earned cash.
There is no charge to attend and all high school students and their parents are welcome to join this fun, interactive and informative workshop! Refreshments will be provided as well as raffles throughout the event. Seating is limited and on a first come, first serve basis!
WHEN: Saturday, February 9th, 2013
TIME: 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.
WHERE: West Valley Mall Community Room (near Target)
For general information please visit our website: www.tracywomensforum.org. We look forward to your participation!
The Tracy Women's Forum Association is a Nonprofit 501c3 Charitable Organization that recognizes and supports women of the community through outreach, events and partnerships. Their PEARLS (Personal Enrichment And Real-life Leadership Skills) Program is geared toward young women attending high school who are in their Junior or Senior year. The goal of this two year Youth Leadership program is to offer young women the opportunity to work with the TWFA to develop the skills required to succeed in life and serve their community.