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Burlington County Legislators Singleton, Conaway and Murphy to Host Free Men’s Success Workshop

By NJG Press Releases, June 17 2019 12:22 pm

Moorestown, NJ – On Saturday, June 22, 2019, Senator Troy Singleton, Assemblyman Herb Conaway, and Assemblywoman Carol Murphy will jointly host a FREE Men’s Success Seminar at Rowan College at Burlington County in Mount Laurel.  Called “Pathways to Success: A Seminar for Men,” the event will take place at Votta Hall, 300 College Circle, and will run from 9:00 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Anyone interested in attending can RSVP online at www.senatorsingleton.com/mens_workshop2019.

The legislators are hosting the event in collaboration with UIH Family Partners, Magnificent Men Mentoring Group, and Rowan College at Burlington County (RCBC).

“The goal of this event is to provide men of all ages an opportunity to achieve success or perhaps further the success they’ve already achieved – whether it’s by learning new ways to manage their money, how to grow their business, how to be a better dad, or how to ace a job interview,” said Senator Singleton.

“I am proud to co-sponsor this event because these workshops coupled with the dress for success business attire donations will begin to shape participants’ mindsets in a positive way.  Success requires showing up, exerting one’s best effort, and continuing to work diligently until desired results are achieved.  This event will help solidify those very important principles,” said Assemblyman Conaway.

“I am proud to partner with Senator Singleton, Assemblyman Herb Conaway, Rowan College at Burlington County, UIH Family Partners and Magnificent Men Mentoring Group to offer this unique event to provide men of all ages in our community with practical tools to be successful,” said Assemblywoman Murphy.

The event will begin at 9:00 a.m. with a FREE breakfast, registration and networking; at 9:30 a.m. there will be welcoming remarks and a “Secrets to Success” panel discussion; between 10:30 a.m. and 12:30 p.m. participants can attend two workshops; lastly, at 12:30 p.m., participants can enter the “Dress to Impress Closet” if they are in need of like-new professional attire.

The panel discussion will focus on the Secrets of Success – how to achieve success by overcoming major obstacles in life. It will include Carter Patterson, Manager of Operation Fatherhood, UIH Family Partners; Dr. Michael Cioce, President of RCBC; Quandell Iglesia, founder and President of SNJ Millennials; and Bernard Grant, owner of Vision Hair Salon. Randall E. Toby, founder of Magnificent Men Mentoring Group, Author, and Career Coach, will be the moderator.

The workshops will provide men of all ages with practical and useful information to help them find success in multiple areas of life. Specifically, participants can choose two from the following five offerings:

Start It Up! – How to start and grow a small business

Hosted by: Bob Palumbo, Director of Rutgers School of Business Small Business Development Center; Mark Remsa, Director of the Burlington County Office of Economic Development and Regional Planning, and Omar Simmons, entrepreneur and owner of Accents Unisex Salon

Protect Yourself! – Knowing your legal rights regarding law enforcement

Hosted by: Lloyd Freeman, Attorney at Archer Law, Joe Rizzo, RCBC Criminal Justice Coordinator, and Burlington City Police Chief John Fine

You’re Hired! – How to write a resume, prepare for interviews, & access job opportunities

Hosted by: Margie McLaughlin, Human Resources Manager for the Salvation Army; Christopher Gunter, Community Outreach Coordinator, Workforce Development Institute; and John Miller, Career Services Division Manager, Workforce Development Institute

Money Matters! – Information on financial literacy and money management

Hosted by: Omari Thomas, Financial Advisor, NY Life Insurance; William Johnson, Financial Educator, Simplified Financial Solutions; and Joseph Tredinnick, Senior Vice President, Republic Bank

Dads to Dads! – A conversation on fatherhood and parenting
Hosted by: Bill Davis, Client Services Specialist, UIH Family Partners; Tim Gregory, Executive Director, Huddle South Jersey; Dr. Nicole Scott, President, Change Agents for Organizational Success; Jamaal Scott, H.I.S.T.O.R.I.C. Apparel Group

“Rowan College at Burlington County is committed to the success of all students and we are proud to host the Pathways to Success: A Seminar for Men,” RCBC President Dr. Michael A. Cioce said. “This is one of a number of events RCBC is hosting this month that will inspire and empower the community.” 

“This event is an amazing opportunity for men to network, build relationships and gain valuable free information vital to their personal and professional growth,” said Randall E. Toby, Founder of Magnificent Men Mentoring Group.

“UIH Family Partners is excited to be a part of this event and contribute our Dress2Impress room as well as facilitate a discussion around fatherhood. We hope that each man and father will leave feeling empowered and equipped with the tools and resources to follow their pursuits with excitement and success” said Stephanie Delzer, the Client Services Coordinator for UIH Family Partners in Burlington City, NJ.

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