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Women’s Institute at Bergen Community College Empower Hour Webinar: “Entrepreneurship, What Resources Exist to Start a Company and Words of Wisdom”

The Women’s Institute at Bergen Community College is hosting a webinar series, Empower Hour, to focus on personal and career skills. The free-of-charge webinar features hosts dedicated to the advancement of women attaining their personal and intellectual goals. Dr. Michel Bitritto, Director of the Technology & Entrepreneurship Talent Network supported by the NJ Department of Labor and Workforce Development at NJIT will conduct our fifth webinar. Dr. Bitritto is a renowned science and technology business leader who will share with prospective entrepreneurs resources that exist to start a small business and advice to help entrepreneurs achieve success.

“Over the last decade, I’ve witness a large number of women become entrepreneurs. But for every one person there is another who is reluctant. The Institute is excited that Dr. Bitritto, a Women’s Institute Advisory Board Member with over 25 years’ of experience will share pertinent information with prospective entrepreneurs," explains Dean Sandra Sroka, Bergen Community College – Hackensack.

Online registration is now available for the “Entrepreneurship, What Resources Exist to Start A Company and Words of Wisdom” session on Wednesday, June 25, 2014 at 11:00 a.m., https://www.eventbrite.com/e/empower-hour-entreprenuership-resources-to-start-words-of-wisdom-tickets-11588558691

                                                        

For more information on Bergen Community College’s Women’s Institute, please visit www.bccwi.org or Contact Susan Kendrick at (201) 301-9659 or skendrick@bergen.edu.



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