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Learn & practice: Resume writing, networking, job interviews, an

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New New Yorkers Program
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In this 4-week workshop series at the Queens Museum, participants will set professional goals, learn how to write a compelling resume, practice and improve their job interview skills and public speaking. LEAD is also a safe, transformative space where young immigrant women can build community, support, and inspire each other.

New Women New Yorkers is a nonprofit organization empowering young immigrant women in New York. With LEAD, they support and prepare participants for entry or reintegration into the workforce.

This is a free workshop but needs registration, Please email: ggaraycochea@queensmuseum.org

4-week interactive workshop:
Sunday:
April 8: 1:00 – 4:00pm
April 15: 1:00 – 4:00pm
April 22: 1:00 – 4:00pm
April 29: 1:00 – 4:00pm
Facilitators:
Alexandra Riggs, Originally from Russia, Alexandra holds a Master’s Degree in Strategic Marketing from Imperial College London and has extensive experience working in marketing and sales for international companies.
Ayala Benjamin, Originally from Israel, Ayala is passionate about women’s empowerment and interested in helping individuals develop their abilities by providing them the resources to have a competitive advantage in the job market and advance in their careers.
Abbey Kurtz, Abbey has years of experience working in the non-profit sector, focusing on humanitarian aid and social justice internationally and domestically. She currently works in the Human Resource Department of the American Jewish Joint Distribution Department (JDC).

New Women New Yorkers is a nonprofit organization empowering young immigrant women in New York. LEAD supports and prepare participants for entry or reintegration into the workforce.