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Wednesday, August 24, 2022, 2:00 PM ET.
Free Registration. College CE Credit Available.*

Gen Z is entering the workforce and is projected to represent 27% by 2025. Join the American College Center for Women in Financial Services' informative webcast on Women's Equality Day to learn critical insights to inform your organization on connecting better, attracting, and retaining Gen Z talent.

Celebrate Women's Equality Day with the Women’s Center. Not only does this day commemorate the passage of the 19th Amendment, which granted women the right to vote, but it also calls attention to women’s continuing efforts toward full equality. By learning what is important to Gen Z, how to engage with colleges and universities to connect with Gen Z, and ways to be a social media advocate for women's equality, these are all critical to increasing gender parity in financial services.

In this webcast, attendees will learn the following about Gen Z:

  • How they perceive the financial services sector
  • What they identify as their ideal work environments
  • What values influence their career selections
  • Which skills they identify as essential for future employment
  • How they perceive work-life balance
  • How the role of compensation impacts employment selection
  • How purpose influences a career path
  • What their ideal employer values (company culture)

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American College Professional Recertification Program CE credit - 1 hour

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Our Panel of Presenters:

Hilary Fiorella

Hilary Fiorella

Executive Director, The American College Center for Women in Financial Services, The American College of Financial Services

Lindsey Lewis

Lindsey Lewis, MBA, ChFC®, CFP®

Director and Chair, The American College Center for Women in Financial Services, The American College of Financial Services

Kaylee Ranck

Kaylee Ranck

Director of Research, The American College Center for Women in Financial Services, The American College of Financial Services