Students of Color Career Dinner TUESDAY, MARCH 18, 2014 5 PM - 7:30 PM ANDERSON CENTER, ROOM 112 (note location change) The Students of Color Career Dinner is an annual event that provides students the opportunity to learn from Hamline Alumni about their experiences as professionals of color. A keynote speaker and panel of Alumni will share about their own experiences of what it means to be a professional of color in today's workplace and how they tackled the hurdles and challenges to find success. Students gain valuable advice to help them transition from student to professional, and thrive in the world of work. The event is sponsored by the Career Development Center. How do I sign-up for the event? Registration for this event has ended on March 11th! Keynote Speaker Juliet Mitchell (Ms. J) is President of Eagles Wings Career Preparation and Workforce Development, LLC (Eagles Wings, LLC), founded in 2001. Eagle Wings, LLC, provides business and social etiquette, and career and professional development training for Colleges and Universities, Community and Faith-Based Organizations, Corporations and Correctional Institutions. In addition to holding a Masters of Arts (M.A.) Degree in Human Development, Saint Mary’s University of Minnesota, Ms. J is also a licensed Business and Professional Etiquette Consultant and Facilitator. She is a proud graduate of the renowned Emily Post Business Etiquette Institute. Ms. J has over 20 years facilitation and training experience working with a diverse population of participants. Ms. J enjoys teaching and feels very fortunate that her teaching experience allows her to remain current in the areas of workplace success and career development. As residents of St. Paul, Ms. J and her husband Jim are proponents of formal and informal volunteerism. They demonstrate their commitment to giving back to others by donating their time, talents and resources to their family and friends, their faith community, and the community at large.