How to Get Involved
DIRECT SERVICE ENGAGEMENT
Women's Professional Image Program
Support a program that equips women with attire and skills to succeed in the workforce. Opportunities begin in November 2020.
Professional Women's Breakfast Series
Participate in planning and presenting opportunities for a YWCA SEW program focused on women not generally offered professional development programs by employers. Stay tuned for other opportunities moving forward!
For more information on direct service engagement opportunities, please reach out to Kim Casey at Casey.firstname.lastname@example.org.
Pledge of Support
For questions regarding donating via United Way, please reach out to the Professional Dimensions office:
ADVOCACY AND SYSTEMS CHANGE
Specific opportunities around these activities will be announced in early 2020 and beyond. You can start now by becoming educated on the issues by participating in our Learning and Education programs and events.
For more information on advocacy initiatives, please reach out to Dominique Samari at email@example.com or
Sue Northey at firstname.lastname@example.org.
LEARNING AND EDUCATION
Professional Dimensions All-Member Book Read (Fall/Winter 2019)
Read "Blindspot: Hidden Biases of Good People" by Mahzarin Banaji and Anthony Greenwald. Purchase the book on your own, then join a small group book discussion in early 2020 to learn together.
Local independent bookstore Boswell Books, located on Downer Avenue on the East Side, will extend a 10% discount on the book to our members. To receive the discount, just inform the checkout desk that the book is for a registered book club.
Reframing Reality Special Interest Group (SIG)
Attend a thought-provoking film or theater performance with other Professional Dimensions members, or learn together through reading and small group discussions to further your understanding of racial and gender inequity. For questions on the Reframing Realities SIG, contact Corey Zetts at corey@TheValleyMKE.org.