in-person event; open to mentees, mentee alum, mentee applicants, and members of STARS
There are worse things than somebody not liking us. Being called the “F word”—forgettable—is one of them. “Boring.” “Nondescript.” Or the cult classic, “Who are you, again?”
We’ve all been this person: someone striving to make a good first impression while networking, terrified of rejection, and determined to play it safe…at the expense of our noteworthy narratives.
Join us in New York City for this in-person, community-building workshop, where participants will learn to break the cycle of humdrum professional interactions and rise above the radar with the perfect elevator pitch—a quick summary of skills, passions, and past experience. Under the guidance of RBC Mentors for the Day, walk away with your perfected pitch: crafted, practiced, and delivered!
This event is designed for all mentees, mentee alum, mentee applicants, and members of the STARS network. You will receive an email with the event address once your registration has processed. Must have a school or state-issued ID. If you do not have a school or state-issued ID, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
For 25 years, Girls Write Now has been breaking down barriers of gender, race, age and poverty to mentor the next generation of writers and leaders who are impacting businesses, shaping culture and creating change. Thank you for joining our movement.
all mentees, members of STARS and mentee applicants