Professional Development Through Involvement
November 10, 2020
6-7:30 pm Via Zoom
There are numerous opportunities for professional development. Why not give back to the community while gaining valuable skills and connections? This facilitated presentation will highlight the advantages of community involvement from school groups to neighborhood, city, county, and state councils, commissions, and boards of directors. These groups have shaped where you can live, where you drive, how your money is spent, and more. You deserve to be at the table making decisions, and the connections you can make are invaluable. The presentation will use information from my experience as a neighborhood district council member, Planning Commissioner, non-profit board member, higher education professional, and other community involvement.
About Our Speaker:
Adrian Perryman: Born and raised in St. Paul, Adrian is a proud and engaged member of the community. He earned his bachelor’s and master’s degree from Concordia University in Communication Studies and Strategic Communication Management, respectively. After spending 11 years in higher education in College Admissions and Academic Advising, he transitioned to Genesys Works as the College and Career Success Program Manager. Adrian currently sits on the St Paul Planning Commission, is one of the organizers of the annual Central Honors Philando Celebration, and is a past board member at Hallie Q Brown and St Paul Youth Services. He lives in St Paul’s Hamline Midway neighborhood with his wife and two cats
This event is FREE to all - a Zoom link will be provided to you upon registration.