From Promise to Prosperity
MOTIVATE – INSPIRE –EQUIP ALL OUR STUDENTS TO SUCCEED IN RAPIDLY CHANGING COLLEGE, CAREER AND COMMUNITY LIFE!
FRIDAY, MARCH 21, 2014 8:30-2:00PM
WE ALL WANT OUR CHILDREN TO DO BETTER THAN WE DID.
That is the promise of the American Dream, but this is the first generation that may not. We can make a difference. It is not too late. JOIN US to help them discover how to:
- Navigate constant change in our economy and society;
- Find great opportunities across zip codes and demographics, gifts and passions;
- Benefit from exciting resources, like Lift Up Long Island and TweetMyJob, service learning, community service, and unpaid/paid internships, and NEW changes in Career Development/Occupational Studies;
Parents, PreK-12 and Postsecondary/College Teachers, Administrators, Counselors, Youth and Family Community-based Organization Leaders, Service Organizations, Faith Communities, Law Enforcement, Advocacy Groups, Community and Business Development Groups.
INTERNATIONALLY ACCLAIMED MOTIVATIONAL SPEAKER AND AUTHOR!
- President, Innovative Development Services, Inc (IDS), a full-service consulting company serving international clients in New York and around the world who work to effect social change.
- Executive Director of the New York-headquartered Africa Travel Association (ATA)
- Eddie is Co-CEO of E&E Hospitality Group: E&E Grill House (Times Square, NY) and Hill and Bay (Murray Hill, NY).
- Adjunct Professor of Tourism at NYU and lectures on Social Entrepreneurship at Stony Brook University.
- Co-Founder and President of the Board of Miracle Corners of the World (MCW), a non-profit organization devoted to empowering youth
WHERE: SUFFOLK Y JCC 74 Hauppauge Road Commack, NY 11725
WHEN: March 21, 2014
8:00 AM – 8:30 AM – REGISTRATION
8:30 AM -2:00 PM – PROGRAM
Students & Seniors: $15
Includes light breakfast, lunch, Career Day Kit & More!
HOW TO REGISTER?:
- Call 631‐462‐9800 or Fax 866‐646‐0616*
- Email firstname.lastname@example.org
- Payments: PO and Checks to Suffolk YJCC
- Questions? 516‐449‐0863
The Council for Prejudice Reduction (CPR) is a public-private partnership that advances equity and reduces prejudice in collaboration with schools and universities. Founded in 2003, located at Stony Brook University School of Social Welfare, and comprised of more than 50 volunteer community leaders, CPR has provided professional development, conflict resolution, diversity education services, anger management, hate crime programs, character education services, human resources support, board retreats, parent programs and other services to schools, universities, businesses, faith communities, community-based groups and youth groups across and beyond our Long Island and New York City region.