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Women's Council announces quarterly meeting, invites public

Oct 7, 2012 - From staff reports

The Wyoming Council for Women's Issues has scheduled its fall quarterly meeting for Oct. 12 in Riverton in conjunction with the Women in Science Conference at Central Wyoming College.

This year's conference, scheduled from 8:45 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. for female students in Fremont County, combines the Council's annual Young Women's Career Fair with Women in Science and is hosted by WIS, CWC, WCWI and the Wyoming Department of Workforce Services. WCWI's quarterly meeting follows at 2:30 p.m. on campus and is open to the public.

According to Carma Corra, chair of the Women's Council, the meeting will include an evaluation of past activities and planning for the future in addition to new member orientation and the presentation of a slate of officers to serve from July 2013 through June 2015.

"We're strongly encouraging input regarding our past activities and potential future activities, including our Woman of Distinction Award, Summit Award for family-friendly business practices, Legal Rights Handbook and other printed materials, annual Young Women's Career Fairs, Women's Issues Surveys, partnerships with other organizations, our quarterly newsletter and various other printed materials," she said.

For a fall newsletter, more information about Women in Science/Young Women's Career Fair or WCWI fall quarterly meeting or to offer feedback, contact Chava Case at the Wyoming Business Council at 777-2823 or chava.case@wyo.gov. The Women's Council also encourages individuals to check out its website at www.wyomingwomenscouncil.org as well as its Facebook page. Both are maintained by the Wyoming Business Council.

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