Friday, July 10, 2015

Seeking Young Professionals To Speak to Black/Latino High School Scholars (1 Hour Sessions) | NYC & Washington D.C.)

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       Now is the time!  Actions speak much louder than words.
Washington,  D.C. -  Professional Panel Session information
Organization: Catalyst Network Foundation Inc. (CNF)

Location: Howard University

Address: 2400 Sixth St NW, Washington, DC – Blackburn Center (Room 148)

Panel Session Time Frame: 12:45 – 1:45pm

Number of Panelist: 4 -5

Audience: 15 CNF Fellowship Scholars (High School Students), Education Programs Manager and Photographer

Week 1:
          Tuesday August 4th: Business and Finance
          Wednesday August 5th: Education, Government, NGO & Nonprofit
          Thursday August 6th: Technology, Media & Fashion

Week 2:
          Tuesday August 11th: Medical, Nursing & Healthcare
          Wednesday August 12th: Legal & Compliance
          Thursday August 13th: Entrepreneurship

If interested in speaking on any of the panel sessions contact Laurel Djoukeng: LDjoukeng@Catalyst-Network.org

About Catalyst Network Foundation Inc.

The Catalyst Network Foundation Inc. (CNF) is a New York City and Washington D.C. - based 501(c) (3) organization, founded in 2011. CNF is a non-profit focused in career and professional development programming our mission is to engage high-potential youth (ages 14-25) and veterans (ages 21-30) with successful projects by providing the proper tools, network, and development opportunities. 

CNF holds a Summer Intensive Program for high school sophomores and juniors in New York City and Washington, D.C. in partnership with local high schools for students who are accepted in their Fellowship Program. The Fellowship Scholars have the opportunity to tour corporate offices and to pitch business ideas, as well as develop professional skills. Through CNFs Mentorship Program; Fellowship Scholars are paired with a Mentor that is a trailblazer in the profession and career field their Fellows aspire to pursue. Through their internship program, CNF fellows are placed in paid internships with top startups, scientific and medical institutions. Several fellows have gone on to attend prestigious colleges and universities. 

Over 120 High School students have been admitted to the Fellowship Program and are CNF Fellows.

Since 2011 the Fellows have participated in corporate tours and created/pitched presentations to corporations such as Google, Goldman Sachs, Nike, LinkedIn, Morgan Stanley, HBO, Microsoft, Essence Magazine, Bank of America Merrill Lynch, Hughes Hubbard Reed LLP, Bloomberg, FOX News, BET, and NBC ‎Studios to name a few; pertaining to solving concerning matters that affect their high schools. Career and college preparatory workshops are held throughout the year and educate over 400 high school students in the Washington, D.C and New York City Metropolitan area.

The Catalyst Network Foundation Inc. is truly grassroots, the leadership team in New York City and Washington, D.C. all volunteer and steer the nonprofit. In 2012 the Catalyst Network Foundation Inc. was awarded a Proclamation issued by Ranking Member, Congressman Ed Towns for recognizing the achievements of the Catalyst Network Foundation Inc.
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Laurel Djoukeng
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Catalyst Network Foundation Inc. (CNF)
www.Catalyst-Network.org
YouTube: http://youtu.be/pc841qNmH9g

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