FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Contact: Shelly Chapman 678 485 8470
Ermail: jamaiqueen[email protected]
UFJ’s Second Annual Caribbean Students Reception
Saturday February 18th, 2006 at Georgia State University – Alumni Hall (Corner of Gilmer and Courtland) 2pm to 6pm
Due to an overwhelmingly positive response from Atlanta-area students and community leaders alike, United for Jamaica (UFJ) in conjunction with various professionals brings you the Second Annual Caribbean Students Reception. This year’s event, to be held once again at Georgia State University’s Alumni Hall, is designed to provide students with access to valuable resources such as career development strategies, internship and networking opportunities, specific information on various careers of interest, and a point of resources for students who simply don’t know where to start. Confirmed speakers come from the areas of Real Estate, Law, and Music Production to name a few. Food and refreshments will be provided at no charge.
UFJ invites and welcomes the support and participation of any and all community leaders who wish to be a part of this meaningful and necessary event. Please utilize our contact information above to contribute your ideas and or services – the students will surely appreciate your support.
United For Jamaica (UFJ) is a non-profit organization run by a collective of dedicated and progressive individuals looking to do practical projects that impact people in a positive manner. As members of not just the Jamaican, but the Caribbean and West Indian communities, UFJ’s projects serve many and its membership outreach target those who look to serve communities in need, no matter their nationality.
UFJ Caribbean Students Reception February 18 at GSU
EVENT: UFJ CARIBBEAN STUDENT RECEPTION
VENUE: ALUMNI HALL (GILMER & COURTLAND STREETS)
SPEAKERS: INTERNSHIPS AND CAREER ADVICE IN VARIOUS CAREERS
DATE: FEBRUARY 18 2006
INFO: 404 533 1248, [email protected]
Refreshments will be served
Mission Statement: The goal of United for Jamaica is to foster relationships between committed individuals and interest groups who will join in efforts to better the health, education and living conditions for the citizens of Jamaica.