General Meeting for the Women's Commission. All are welcome to attend!
Kim Monaghan, the Human Resource Career Services for Faculty and Staff Consultant will be speaking about the UCAN program.
UCAN was designed to help ease the networking process. The University Career Advancement Network (UCAN) is a vehicle for connecting GVSU staff members for informational interviewing purposes by offering a database of fellow professionals who are willing to share, inspire and help you grow professionally.
Consider attending if you are interested in signing up to volunteer for the UCAN program, or being connected with a UCAN volunteer.
The mission of the Grand Valley State University Women's Commission, formed in 1996, is to advocate for all women on campus by acting on their issues and by promoting equity and social justice, ever conscious of the intersection of race, class, gender, and orientation.