Keiser University’s Flagship Campus recently hosted the Women’s Chamber of Commerce of Palm Beach County’s (WCCPBC) Linking Innovative Networking to Knowledge (LINK) Personal Branding Workshop, and many had the opportunity to get to know their professional peers. “LINK events create an environment where young professionals are able to build their networks, share ideas, and to develop their career portfolios,” said Isaace Missick, a Keiser University junior from Grand Bahamas Island who is majoring in finance and minoring in economics, and also serves as the President of the Flagship Campus’ Entrepreneurship Society.
I’m always proud of the great impressions our students make to professionals within the community,” said Heather Gray, Keiser University’s Flagship Campus Graduate Admissions Counselor who also serves as the WCCPBC President. “From presenting themselves in a professional and respectful manner, to researching business in advance, to connecting on LinkedIn, to hand-written thank you notes after a meeting or an interview, it’s easy to see why our students are excelling within the workforce.”
Since 1994 the Women’s Chamber of Commerce of Palm Beach County (WCC) has been the leading local business organization committed to empowering members and advancing women’s leadership in our local economy. It accomplishes its mission through active networking, professional development, legislative awareness, and community engagement with civic-minded members serving in leadership roles throughout the county.