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You’re invited to the 4th Annual Career Options Conference & Youth Career Expo | Saturday, November 3rd



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4th Annual Career Options Conference & Youth Career Expo

Do you know a teenager or young adult (ages 16-24) who needs help exploring their options after high school? Don’t worry, they are not alone! Register today for this free, exciting annual event!

Tracee Wilkins, Prince George’s County Bureau Chief for News Channel 4

will be the Mistress of Ceremonies

Some of the Guest Panelists include:
+ Fred Smoot, TV & Radio Personality,

Former Washington Redskins Cornerback

Tony Redz AKA Mr. 24/7,

Radio Personality, WPGC 95.5 FM

+ Angie Ange, Radio Personality,

WKYS 93.9 FM

Bernard Robinson, 

Retired NBA and Overseas Player

+ Jim Coleman, President & CEO of

Prince George’s County Economic Development Corporation

+ Eddie Bryant, Comedian

Coach Jamie Harris, Boxing Trainer & Mentor,

Headbanger’s Boxing Gym

+ Young professionals under 30 who found success

taking alternative pathways to success

And more…

Two Parent Discussion Sessions:
SESSION 1/10:15 AM – 11:15 AM:

The Good, Bad and the Ugly of Pursuing an Athletic Career

+ SESSION 2/11:30 AM – 12:30 PM:

Career Options Success Stories

Free Admission & Chick-Fil-A Breakfast,

Guest Speakers, Parent Sessions, and Giveaways:

(8) $100 Visa, (2) Foot Locker Gift Cards, (2) Beats By Dre Headphones, Swag Bags and more!

If you would like a free resource table at the event, please register today! 

NOTE: No selling merchandise or services will be allowed.

Charles Herbert Flowers High School
10001 Ardwick Ardmore Rd, Springdale, MD 20774, USA
Saturday, November 3, 2018 21:00 PM — 15:00 PM EST
Get in Touch
ECO-PGC Office, 240-200-5533.

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April is recognized as National Poetry Month, Following His Way wanted to celebrate with a poetic presentation featuring Simply Stacy and the melodic music stylings of Katrice Walker. This event will be filled with poetry, music and conversations – worth the time and money of every attendee.
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If you are unable to attend the show, but you’re interested in donating to I Am Valuable Mentoring Program, Inc. visit

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