Baker College of Auburn Hills, in partnership with Oakland
Community College, the American Association of University Women and Best Source
Credit Union, will host the seventh annual Women in Transition conference on
Friday, November 5, titled “Everything you ever wanted to know
about getting ahead.”
Attendees will learn about recognizing skills and interests, choosing and
preparing for a career, getting into college or entering a trade, and obtaining
financial and study skills assistance.
A mother of two deaf
children, guest speaker Janis Jones views technology as the key to breaking down the physical and
emotional barriers experienced by deaf and hearing impaired children. A media technician in an area elementary
school, she’s completing her graduate studies in business
information technology and plans to continue her career in the fields of
project management and systems analysis and design.
The Women in Transition conference runs 8:30 a.m. until 2 p.m. at Baker College
of Auburn Hills, 1500 University Drive. The $15 enrollment fee includes a
continental breakfast, lunch, all sessions and handouts. Scholarships are
available for those unable to pay the enrollment fee. For information and to
register, please call Baker College at 248-340-0600 or 888-429-0410.
Registration deadline is October 29.
Find out more here.
Source: Baker College