The Detroit-Windsor Chapter of Executive Women International has distributed over $50,000 in scholarships to women in transition in the past seven years through its Adult Students in Scholastic Transition Scholarship Program. The ASIST scholarship provides financial support to adult students who are struggling through life changes, supporting a family, and going to college to provide a better life for their family. Applicants may be single parents, individuals just entering the workforce or displaced workers who live within the chapter’s geographical boundaries.
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May 10, 2017
Reception 5:30 (Sponsored by WCCCD)
Keynote & Awards 7:30
St. Regis Hotel
3071 W Grand Blvd
Detroit, Michigan 482202
*Parking: $6 self | $10 valet
Chairman and CEO, Bassett & Bassett, Inc.
Topic: Down the Rabbit Hole: Communication Survival Skills
Leland K. Bassett is chairman and CEO of Bassett & Bassett, Inc. Communication Managers and Counselors of Detroit and New York. He was a founding member of the CCAS Alumni Association, a past CCAS Alumni Association president and recipient of its Outstanding Alumni Award. He introduced the nation’s first corporate Strategic Communication Management department in the 1970’s, designed and taught the nation’s first graduate strategic communication management curriculum (at MSU CCAS) in the 1980’s and co-founded the first commercial communications arts & science-based communication professional services firm in 1986. Based in Detroit, Mich., Bassett is active as a professional services practitioner, guest lecturer and mentor to communication arts and sciences students
Registration is required.
Individual $65 | Table of 8 $520 or 10 $650
Pre-event and dinner included. Dinner will be a tossed salad, chicken piccata, chef’s vegetable, potato or rice, and dessert. (Please note special dietary needs on registration form or email Virginia at firstname.lastname@example.org and Tammy at email@example.com)
*Registration closes May 3rd*