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2014 iRelaunch Annual Return to Work Conference

Are you on a career break and seeking to return to work? Please join us at the 2014 iRelaunch Annual Return to Work Conference, the only large-scale gathering of high-caliber professionals who want to return to work after a career break and the employers interested in meeting and recruiting them.October 1, 2014 9:00 AM to 5:30 PM

Are you on a career break and seeking to return to work? Please join us at the 2014 iRelaunch Annual Return to Work Conference, the only large-scale gathering of high-caliber professionals who want to return to work after a career break and the employers interested in meeting and recruiting them.

Learn valuable insider perspectives from company representatives who will be speaking at the Conference. Employer panelists will specifically address how returning professionals can successfully navigate the recruitment process at their firms. “Relauncher” panelists will share their successful career reentry stories and you will have ample opportunity to network with your fellow Conference attendees.

Date: Wednesday, October 1, 2014
Time: 9:00am - 5:30pm
Location: Columbia University, Lerner Hall, New York City
Cost: $165 early registration through September 1, $195 thereafter
RSVP: Register online here.

Focused on career reentry strategy, tactics, and targeted networking, the Conference has been held 16 times since 2008 in major U.S. cities and in London and has attracted nearly 3,500 attendees. There will be plenty of time for face-to-face conversations with representatives from employer sponsors: Morgan Stanley, A.T. Kearney, Bloomberg, Capital One, Cognizant, Gerstein Fisher, Goldman Sachs, Harvard Business School Executive Education, J.P. Morgan, MetLife, NYU Stern Langone Part-Time MBA Program, Peach, PwC, UBS, and Pace Law School New Directions. Barnard will have a table with information about Career Development and Alumnae Affairs to offer a meeting point for alumnae attending the conference.

Click here for more information and to register.

Please note this conference is not organized by the AABC or Barnard College. The conference is open to the public and is intended for women and men who have taken career breaks for a range of reasons: childcare, eldercare, pursuing a personal interest, health issue, etc.

  
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