Memorable first impressions form from the most ordinary gestures, like a warm, confident smile and a strong handshake.
The Paul R. Gordon Veteran Social Center of Berks County in Reading, Pennsylvania, gives at-risk veterans a place to find fellowship and receive much-needed assistance.
The Penske Women’s Network (PWN) will help celebrate the spirit and empowerment of girls Saturday at the Girls On The Run of Berks County’s (GOTR) spring 5K at Penn State Berks in Reading, Pennsylvania.
Through candy-coated ice-breakers and small group sessions, members of the Penske Women’s Network (PWN) teamed up with the Girls Scouts of Eastern Pennsylvania (GSEP) to provide leadership training for local Girl Scouts.
While branding is a concept long embraced by companies in the marketplace, members of the Penske Women’s Network encouraged young women to develop their own personal brand as they seek a first job or establish a chosen career.
The woman leaders of today spent time preparing the leaders of tomorrow. The Penske Women’s Network (Penske Truck Leasing and Penske Logistics employees) hosted the Girls Scouts of Eastern Pennsylvania on Saturday at the company’s Reading, Pennsylvania, global headquarters.
“It was wonderful to see all these smiling faces eager to learn more about business,” explained PWN member Heather Mahoney, who is also Penske’s director of interactive marketing.