GALLOWAY TOWNSHIP — The Stockton University Women in Leadership class will host its 2nd Night of Working on Thursday Nov. 2, to help students make valuable community connections.
The event, which will be held on the university’s main campus, will run from 5:30-7:30 p.m. in the Michael Jacobson Board of Trustees Room in the Campus Center.
Professor Pam Fields, who is guiding her students as they organize the event, said she is proud that her students understand the importance of building relationships.
“Women in leadership are leveling up,” said Fields. “I’m still growing and learning, and I learn every semester. My students give me so much joy because women of tomorrow are going to change the entire world.
Chanese Young, who leads the group responsible for marketing the event, said her goal was to bring hundreds of attendees to the campus. “The time is now to network. Don’t wait until you graduate.”
Erin O’Neill, who is also helping organize the event, agreed. “I hope that people can make connections to further their futures. People can make connections with a potential mentor, not just a potential employer. This can be a less intimidating environment.”
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