Communications Workshop

Working Words:

Building Your Written and Verbal Communication Skills

Saturday, January 17, 2015, 2:15-4:30pm

Los Altos Library, Los Altos, CA

Guest Speaker: Attorney Soyeun Choi

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Email messages, phone calls and meetings take place billions of times everyday in business to keep services available and keep store shelves stocked. As you contemplate and consider entering the exciting world of work, you’ll quickly realize that great communication skills are an invisible asset that helps finish projects, maintain interpersonal relationships and, most importantly, showcase your talents.

Whether you jump into a job or internship this summer or start looking ahead to becoming CEO, this two-hour workshop will feature first steps, instruction and tips on email correspondence and in-person conversations. Participants will receive guidance and immediate feedback from fantastic volunteer mentors who will facilitate activities in small groups.

It is never too early to start honing these skills!

Event is free and open to girls (teen-age and up). Feel free to share with your friends (and bring them along)!

About Attorney Soyeun Choi

Attorney Soyeun Choi runs her own law practice in Palo Alto, CA, specializing in Business Transaction and Intellectual Property. She is President of the Palo Alto Bar Association. Learn more about her in our interview from when she helped the Teen Committee prepare bylaws. She is awesome!

About Emma O’Hara, Teen Committee Project Leader

“Collaboration is one of the most powerful things in this world, and I really do believe the Teen Committee harnesses that power.”

Emma runs cross country and track and is involved in her school’s Gay Straight Alliance Club. She is also a long time Girls Scout, and she likes to make art in her free time.

Emma joined the Teen Committee in December of 2013, and since then she has helped facilitate Teen Committee Meetings and lead the Projects and Events team. She is TC President and VP of Projects & Events.

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