Are you a hobby enthusiast and interested in becoming a “craftrepreneur?” Christine Fillar, owner of The Gourd Room, will teach you how to get involved in the local vendor fair circuit to sell your products locally. Plus, learn from Melissa Vertosick-Harry, who grew Leaf & Twig, her brand of teas, from vendor fairs to online sales and being sold in local Whole Foods locations. You’ll also hear from the Small Business Administration and Chatham University’s Women’s Business Center representatives.
A free vendor fair will be held after the workshop. Vendor spaces are limited and must be reserved by contacting Becky Abrams at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Free on-site childcare is provided by Flexable. Pre-registration is required. Limited to 12 children. Register for childcare here: http://flexablecare.com/spring-craft-business/
Bring your goals into full view by making a vision board, which can become an excellent guide for navigating through the year. The results may surprise you!
Led by Emily Harris. All materials provided. Limited to 20 visionaries.
Do you have an older résumé that you need to update? Are you anticipating a career change or coming back into the workforce after an extended time off? Do you feel you need a résumé but are not sure where to even start? Prospective employers commonly review a résumé for just 15-30 seconds. Learn how to make the best first impression!
Led by Virginia Weida, CPRW
Learn about the ins and outs of Social Security such as: how decisions you make in your 60s can determine the amount of income you’ll have in your 80s; how to take advantage of spousal benefits or divorced spouse benefits; and more.
The Center for Women
1620 Murray Avenue
Pittsburgh, PA 15217