Thursday, September 21, 2006

Panelists Offer Advice and Insight to Teens Seeking Real World Views into Future Careers

“Real Women – Real Careers” Program Provides Way for Girls to Learn About Careers

HUDSON (August 16, 2006) – A three part speaker series called “Real Women – Real Careers” will be held Sunday afternoons from 2 to 3:30 pm on October 29, November 5 and November 12 at the Hudson Library and Historical Center in the large community meeting room.

The program is designed to help high school and middle school girls visual their future careers and will feature successful women working in variety of careers in a panel discussion. The speakers will share personal accounts about how they selected their career path, what education was required and some of the challenges and opportunities they experienced in the workplace.

The careers highlighted will be from three types of professions: Helping Others Professions, Business Owners and Professional Services. They will include career positions such as Vet, Dentist, Doctor, Optometrist, Retail Store owner, Graphic Design firm, Software Developer, Attorney, Accountant, Architect, and Engineer among others.

The program is organized and sponsored by Marketing Resources & Results, a Hudson marketing firm. Refreshments will be served. For more information, visit

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