Girl Scouts Of The Jersey Shore Host “Career Day” For Girls In Community

  FARMINGDALE – The Girl Scouts of the Jersey Shore CEO Girl Advisory Board is excited to announce “Career Day” on May 1 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at 127 Yellow Brook Road, Farmingdale.

  This in-person event, open to the public, will allow girls and their families to discover and learn about different career paths and opportunities.

  “Career day gives girls in our community the ability to learn about careers that align with their interests and skills, exposes girls to careers they may not have imagined and provides an interactive and dynamic learning experience,” said Heather Coburn, Interim Chief Executive Officer.

  Female professionals from Monmouth & Ocean County will participate as Panelists, Hosts of Breakout sessions and Table Hosts. Panel discussion will take place from 1:30 to 2:15 p.m. Breakout sessions, available to Middle and High School students will be throughout the day and information tables will provide networking opportunities all day. Girls and their families can participate in a “Passport to Success” and earn stamps for visiting the tables.

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  Career Day supports our mission of building girls of courage, confidence and character that make the world a better place. As we celebrate the 110th Birthday of Girls Scouts and our Council’s 15 years of service in Monmouth and Ocean Counties, we are grateful for the support of those who encourage girls to develop their leadership skills.

  We thank our Gold Sponsor, Holt Construction Corp. Registration and sponsorship opportunities can be found at gsfun.org. or contact Devin Carrick at dcarrick@gsfun.org or call 800-785-2090.