MADISON — General public, members and guests are welcome to join the Thursday Morning Club for the final program of the club year. Thursday evening, April 2 at 6:30 p.m., Jeanne Rohach of Dress for Success Northern NJ-10 Counties will present, “Beyond the Suit – Empowering Women to Achieve Their Goals”.
Jeanne Rohach will provide a presentation on the power and purpose of career programs and services of Dress for Success Northern NJ – 10 Counties including Foundations of Success Workshops, Steps2Success, the Professional Women’s Group, Bridge2Success, Road2Success, the Boutique, and Mobile Suits. In addition, Ms. Rohach will share some of the innovative collaborations with community partners who support the mission of Dress for Success by participating in distinct endeavors.
Jeanne Rohach, Certified Facilitator, Certified Women’s Empowerment Coach is the Creator & Program Coordinator, Foundations of Success Workshops, and Coordinator of the Professional Women’s Group at DFSNNJ – 10 Counties. Ms. Rohach has thirteen years of experience creating and facilitating customized workshops covering a wide range of topics related to empowerment for women’s groups, work readiness programs, behavioral health centers, anti-poverty initiatives, mental health groups, and substance abuse prevention & recovery programs in northern and central New Jersey. Jeanne is the creator of Empowerment! a workshop series that addresses critical, foundational challenges to economic self-sufficiency including professional self-concept, transferable skills, professional confidence, self-leadership, self-esteem, stress tolerance, goal management, and effective habits.
The Thursday Morning Club is located at 25 Cook Avenue, Madison. The Madison Community House is owned and operated by the Thursday Morning Club with its Community House Preschool, Before and After School Child Care. Organized in 1896, the club is a member of the New Jersey State and General Federation of Women’s Clubs. The club offers programs and services to support the community, and the Community House provides a home for a number of sports, recreation and civic groups.
For information about the Thursday Morning Club or membership, call the Community House at (973) 377-0244 or click here.