Students: Learn about volunteer, leadership positions at CLICK April 30

| April 21, 2015

The 1-Year MBA Program at Webster University and the Young Friends of the International Institute are sponsoring the networking event CLICK: Creating Links in Community Knowledge on Thursday, April 30, in the East Academic Building.

All Webster students are invited to a unique opportunity to network with nonprofit organization junior boards and young friend groups to learn about volunteer and leadership opportunities in the St. Louis area. Gain insights on the impact of community collaboration from professionals involved and connected to the St. Louis community. Executive director of FOCUS St. Louis Yemi Akande will provide the keynote address, “The Impact of Community Collaboration.”

Click here to RSVP for the event.

CLICK: Creating Links in Community Knowledge
Thursday, April 30

East Academic Building
5 p.m. – Organization expo, Edward Jones Commons
6 p.m. – Keynote speaker Yemi Akande: “The Impact of Community Collaboration,” room 253

Representatives from these organizations will be on site:

  • International Institute St. Louis Young Friends
  • Better Together STL
  • Habitat for Humanity Young Friends
  • The Salvation Army USA Young Adult Auxiliary
  • Young Friends of Brightside St. Louis
  • Rise Young Professionals
  • Junior Achievement of Greater St. Louis, Inc.
  • Forest Park Forever Young Friends
  • Contemporary Art Museum St. Louis
  • St. Louis Young Republicans
  • Ronald McDonald House Charities of St. Louis Young Friends

Email walkeredge@webster.edu or call 314-246-8221 with any questions. This event is also cross-posted to the Events Calendar.

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