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Local Levo Phoenix: Mentor Power Hour

I’d first heard about Levo League in 2012, during a copywriting internship in Montvale, New Jersey. One of my fellow co-workers who was (and probably still is) very involved with the community introduced me to the Levo League when we discussed career paths and the importance of coinciding that path with your purpose.

By design, Levo Leauge effectively helps professionals, millennials and older generations alike, to find said purpose. momillennial levo local phoenix galvanize yesphxThey have a 3 step process:

  1. Find what inspires you.
  2. Find your natural talents.
  3. Find jobs you would love.

Levo League provides a complete tool kit of coaching videos, articles, quizzes, and worksheets that guide you through your personal journey of finding a career path you can be passionate about.

Courses like “Presence“, “Turn Your Side Hustle Into a Full-time Job” and “Management for Millennials (coming soon)” are examples of the relevant, relatable, and engaging content they produce for their community. I highly recommend browsing the Levo Courses yourself and finding one that speaks to you!

They even have a downloadable app: Thinking Talents to help you  discover how your unique talents and personal way of thinking can help you find roles in which you will succeed.

Now, as an Arizona resident, I was ecstatic to discover Levo League create a local Phoenix chapter! Their first Levo Local Phoenix event is a Mentor Power Hour, on May 19th, from 6:30p – 7:30p. They’ll be holding the event at Galvanize, a local campus for educational and co-working space. It’s one of the central hubs for the #yesphx community that, as of late, have started to frequent in aims of assembling my network in the Valley.

This month’s Mentor Power Hour speakers include Tran Tran founder and CEO of Axis Employment Agency, listed as a Top Ten Minority Firm by Arizona Republic Who’s Who in Business and Kay McDonald, founder of Charity Charms. Changing the world through the power of charms, Charity Charms has been featured in Entrepreneur magazine and Kay was named one of the top 12 Businesswomen in Phoenix by the Phoenix Business Journal.

The Mentor Power Hour is an “In Her Shoes” moment showcasing the stories of talented professionals. Whether focusing on a mentor’s path or how mentors overcame the challenges in their industry, these discussions will inform, inspire, and help you to connect with the Phoenix community. With incredible storytellers, networking, and giveaways, Mentor Power Hour will be the perfect way to end your #FearlessFriday!

Fellow Phoenicians & millennial professionals , won’t you RSVP and join me? I’ll be sure to save you seat – front & center!

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