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Women in Finishing Forum Offers Unique Networking Opportunities

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The Forum will be held May 9-11 at the Embassy Suites South Bend at Notre Dame in South Bend, Indiana.

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In addition to outstanding educational sessions, CCAI’s Women in Finishing Forum provides opportunities for participants to meet and get to know their industry peers through a variety of unique networking events. The forum will be held May 9-11 at the Embassy Suites South Bend at Notre Dame in South Bend, Indiana.

The forum will kick off Thursday evening with a welcome reception, giving attendees the opportunity to meet fellow forum participants as they “uncork and unwind” during this wine, chocolate and cheese tasting event.

Friday afternoon, forum attendees will venture to the University of Notre Dame campus for a scavenger hunt designed to improve teambuilding, leadership, problemsolving and communication skills. Each team will be tasked with finding specific items or places within a defined amount of time. Prizes will be awarded, as well as coveted bragging rights, for the winning team.

A networking dinner will conclude Friday’s program, offering attendees the chance to continue conversations about the day’s session topics in a relaxed atmosphere.

Saturday morning will start off with a walk through the Notre Dame campus to the Grotto of Our Lady of Lourdes. There, Dr. Amber Selking will lead the group in a brief meditation session before heading back to the hotel for a presentation on “The Impact Wellness Has on Success.”

Following the morning’s presentations, the forum will conclude with a brunch.

For information and to register for the Women in Finishing Forum, visit www.womeninfinishing.org/forum.  

 

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