|March 4, 2016|
Solid Gold with Neighborhood Music School
Dancing Through the Decades!
|March 6, 2016|
ShamRock and Roll 5k
Get ready for Connecticut’s largest St. Patrick’s themed road race!
Enjoy a flat course and after party with BEER at New Haven’s legendary Toad’s Place for runners 21+. Race is again limited to 2,500 participants. Register early to guarantee your spot!
|March 9, 2016|
FLY High Impact Interviewing
Join career development professionals from across Yale University to learn strategies for responding to frequent interview questions. The session will be highly interactive.
|March 10, 2016|
FLY Monthly Steering Committee Meeting
We welcome all those who are interested in getting involved and sharing their ideas.
CTYP ‘Connecting to the Community’ Happy Hour
Connecticut Young Professionals (CTYP) is coming together with the Community Foundation to bring you a very special Happy Hour at the Eli Whitney Museum (including complimentary alcoholic beverages and finger foods).
|March 11, 2016|
Designing Your Personalized Mentoring Plan
In this 90 minute course, we will introduce the concept of mentoring from the perspective of the mentee.
We will discuss:
|March 15, 2016|
FLY Monthly Happy Hour & Book Drive
Join FLY for our monthly happy hour at K2, and honor National Reading Month. Attendees are encouraged to donate a gently used or new children’s / teen reading-level book at the door. Drink specials and complimentary appetizers will be available.
|March 19, 2016|
St. Patrick's Day Pub Crawl
Join FLY and CTYP for a New Haven Pub crawl to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day!
3:30 p.m. Check in at Anna Liffey’s
|March 30, 2016|
Emotional Intelligence Workshop
We are excited and looking forward to an Emotional Intelligence (EI) interactive workshop lead by Dena Simmons, Director of Implementation from Yale’s Center of Emotional Intelligence.
|March 31, 2016|
FLY Presents: Life After Law w/ Elyssa Friedland ’03
FLY Presents: Life After Law - How I Made the Transition From a Career in Law to Write My First Novel with Elyssa Friedland ’03.