Thursday, February 14, 2019
by Alice Telios-Dunlap • firstname.lastname@example.org
BJC | All BJC team members are invited to attend a BJC Young Professionals Connection Networking Social from 5:30-7 p.m., March 14, in the Center for Advanced Medicine (CAM) lobby, 4921 Parkview Place, St. Louis. Stop by the group’s first event of the year and hear from its new executive sponsor, Dan Rothery, president of BJC Home Care and Community Services. Special remarks will begin at 6 p.m.
Attendees will also learn about the annual BJC Book Brigade and gather online book donations to further the Young Professionals Connection’s commitment to community outreach and supporting youth in communities BJC serves.
Please RSVP if you plan to attend. All BJC team members are invited. Download the event flyer to share this opportunity to network with team members from across BJC with your colleagues.
One benefit of the BJC Young Professionals group is connecting with and learning from BJC senior leaders — and here’s your chance to do so: The first 25 people to RSVP will be included in a drawing for two event guests to have a professional networking meeting with Rothery. Note: Winners must also attend the event to claim their prize.
Those who RSVP will receive driving and parking instructions closer to the event date.
If you have questions, contact BJC Young Professionals Connection’s co-leads, Michael Berg, Barnes-Jewish Hospital language services project coordinator, and Jessica Campbell, BJC supply chain data analytics senior analyst, at YPConnectionGroup@bjc.org.
Diversity and inclusion are a big part of BJC’s identity, and an important step to inclusiveness is connecting with and understanding one another. To learn more about BJC Connections groups and how to get involved, visit https://www.bjc.org/Connections.
More about the BJC Book Brigade
Team members across BJC are making online donations through March 15 to give every graduating second-grader attending public school in communities BJC serves a new book to read during the summer. Studies have shown that a third-grader’s reading proficiency can improve the likelihood that he or she will graduate from high school and live a healthier life. Consider making a donation to the BJC Book Brigade at BJCbooks.org.
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