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Back to School, Back to Work - How Companies are Supporting Employees' Families Through Virtual Education

SEPTEMBER 10, 2020


Girls With Impact is an innovative, online business and innovation program made just for girls. Designed with Harvard Business School career experts, this mini-MBA academy offers students from widely diverse backgrounds the unique opportunity to develop the specific skills, knowledge and confidence needed to become the leaders, entrepreneurs and innovators of tomorrow.

Learn how organizations such as Johnson & Johnson have partnered with Girls With Impact in an effort to further support working parents and their families via virtual education. And, hear from a young woman who has completed this program and went on to successfully develop and lead her own innovative business venture.

By attending this webcast, viewers will discover: 

  • How Girls With Impact is helping employers respond to critical issues surrounding diversity and the current pandemic
  • How organizations such as J&J are using this unique benefit to drive employee loyalty, productivity, and wellness
  • How corporations can leverage this program to develop future talent while enhancing the company’s reputation in the communities in which they operate 

Who Should Attend: Business leaders involved in compensation & benefits, employee engagement and experience, diversity & inclusion, and philanthropy, as well as those interested in creating a positive impact in society

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