Third Annual “Pathways To Empowerment” Workshop Planned

Posted on: October 31, 2013

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Cresson, Pa. – Members of the Mount Aloysius College/CONTACT Altoona collaborative met at on the Mount Aloysius campus recently to plan their Third Annual “Pathways to Empowerment: A Workshop for Women.” The event, which includes a workshop and a Blair County Resource Fair, is scheduled for Saturday, November 16th from 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. at the Blair County Convention Center.  It is free and open to area women.  Women wishing to attend should register by contacting Jessica Maxon, project manager for community engagement and social entrepreneurship at Mount Aloysius.  Ms. Maxon can be reached by calling (814) 886-6546, or email her at jmaxon@mtaloy.edu.

Childcare is provided for participants of the workshop at no charge.

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CAPTION: Seated, from left, are: Ms. Jessica Maxon, project manager for community engagement and social entrepreneurship at Mount Aloysius; Ms. Melissa Eckroth, MAC graduate counseling intern; Ms. TKay Gressley, helpline coordinator for CONTACT Altoona; Ms. Marisa Evans, director of counseling and disability services at Mount Aloysius; and Ms. Terriann Grove, executive director of CONTACT Altoona.

Standing, from left, are: Sr. Nancy Donovan, RSM, director of campus ministry at Mount Aloysius College; Dr. Elizabeth Mansley, assistant professor of criminology at Mount Aloysius; Ms. Kristy Magee, director of career services at Mount Aloysius College; Sr. Helen Marie Burns, RSM, vice president for mission integration for Mount Aloysius College; Ms. Sarah Spaulding, student vice president of Enactus; and Ms. Elaine Grant, director of student activities at Mount Aloysius College.

Missing from photo are: Ms. Kimberly Franey, assistant project manager for community engagement and social entrepreneurship at Mount Aloysius College; Dr. Jane Grassadonia, vice president for student affairs at Mount Aloysius College; and Ms. Danielle Rupert, graduate counseling intern at Mount Aloysius.