Get Career Advice From Successful Chicago Women
Speed mentoring is the new career-boost
Maybe it?s time you got a new job. Or maybe it?s time you asked for a raise. But before you up and quit to start your dream bakery or march into your boss?s office to get that money, you need someone to help you plot your next move.
On June 24, find an open ear and solid advice from more than 30 successful Chicago go-get-?em types at Forth Chicago?s first-ever speed mentoring event.
Here?s how it works: You?ll check out the roster of mentors--everyone from brand strategist Lisa Guillot to lawyer Patrice Perkins and event planner Hilary Carpenter--and rank your preferred face-time picks.
Then, at Firehouse Chicago--an adorable vintage event venue in Edgewater--you?ll sit down with four different mentors for ten minutes each.
Ask them anything: They?ll answer your burning business questions and spill about balancing work and family, how to build a team, which roadblocks to avoid and the resources you need to know.
The great unknown just came into focus.
Tickets $30; June 24 at 7 p.m.; Firehouse Chicago, 545 W. Rosemont Ave.; forthchicago.com