Your network is your net worth. As students prepare to graduate from high school and college, building your personal brand and expanding your network are critical to business success. Anne Deeter Gallaher, co-author of Students in High Gear, shares insights on Wednesday, November 16, at the Women’s Entpreneurship Luncheon on Dot Connecting: Making Friendships in Business.
Dr. Eric Barron, president of Penn State University, will attend and accept a personal copy of Students in High Gear and be recognized for his contribution to the book aimed at shortening the learning curves of college students as they prepare for the workforce.
During the luncheon, table topics will be discussed and insights gained from women entrepreneurs, aspiring entrepreneurs, and professors in the Small Business Development Center at Penn State.
Topics will include:
“Penn State is host to over 100 events this week, and 162 nations are participating for a total of 10 million participants! Unleashing innovation, creating jobs, and improving lives. I am so excited and honored to be a part of this truly high gear event,” says Anne.
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