Young Women Empowered

Career Day 2018

Career Day 2018

You’re invited to Career Day on Saturday, April 21st at Cascadia College/UW Bothell!

This all-day community event is a rich exploration of academic and career possibilities. Join us for skills workshops, career panels, networking, and a resource fair for women and girls* of all ages in school, college and beyond. Shuttles, snacks, and lunch will be provided. Please let us know your transportation needs in your registration form.

Parents and allies of all ages and genders are welcome!
*Y-WE empowers people who identify as women, were socialized as women, or who were assigned female at birth.
Gender nonconforming, gender non-binary, trans, intersex, and other gender variant participants are welcome. 

Registration
This event is FREE to attend — click here to register!

Sponsorship & Tabling Opportunities
Click here to view/download our full Career Day 2018 Sponsorship Packet.

Contact
Registration questions? Contact Aisha Al-Amin: programs@y-we.org
For additional information: Contact Victoria Santos: victoria@y-we.org

2018 Keynote Speaker: Michele Storms

Michele started her legal career as a staff attorney at Evergreen Legal Services in 1988, focusing on family law, custody and domestic violence.  Michele later served as a faculty member at the University of Washington School of Law in the clinical law program where she founded the Child Advocacy Clinic.  She then worked as a statewide advocacy coordinator at both the Northwest Justice Project and Columbia Legal Services where she coordinated civil legal aid advocacy in the areas of family law, youth and education, housing, elder law, Native American and right to counsel issues. Before joining the ACLU-WA in 2016 as Deputy Director, Michele was Assistant Dean for Public Service and Executive Director of the William H. Gates Public Service Law program at the University of Washington School of Law. In addition to her service on numerous boards and guilds locally and nationally, Michele served on the Washington State Access to Justice Board for six years and is currently a Management Information Exchange board member.