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[PRESS RELEASE]

WASHINGTON, D.C., October 11, 2015 — In keeping with its demonstrated commitment to working adults, the University of the Potomac is proud to announce a day of free professional development and business entrepreneurship seminars for the general public. The workshops, to be conducted by the school’s Alumni Career Advisory Committee, will focus on the world of work, for both employees and future employers or business owners.

We are especially pleased to invite the public to this event because we cater to ambitious adults who are eager for career advancement through the acquisition of highly marketable skills. At this day-long series of seminars, we will focus on what you need to know to succeed in the marketplace of the 21st century. We will show you how to make social media networks work for you in landing the job you want, and how to gain highly sought-after certifications that will increase both your value and career options.  You might even have thought about starting your own business, but were put off by the maze of regulations you faced. So, we will have experts from the federal Small Business Administration on hand to guide you through the path of starting a small business, the 8A certification program and how to land those federal government contracts.

The University of the Potomac is an institution offering bachelors’ and master’s degrees and certificates in business and information technology. The school has two central locations in Washington D.C., and Vienna, Virginia. All campus-based programs are also offered online.

This not-to-be-missed event will take place from 10.00 a.m. and lunch will be provided. Our convenient Vienna location is at: 2070 Chain Bridge Road, Suite G100, Vienna, VA 22182. There’s free parking and its metro accessible by the Greensboro station on the Silver line.

Event Contact: [email protected] or TEL: 202 274 2303

This press release was written by University of the Potomac’s employee Ms. Dawn Mendez.

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