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Networked: December 2018

Your top networking opportunities for the month of December.

Networked: December 2018
Comedian Rachel Feinstein

Dec. 1

Jewish Family and Children’s Service Benefit

“Laugh on Their Behalf,” the 30th annual benefit of JFCS, will feature comedian Rachel Feinstein. Benefactor-level ticket holders will receive cocktails, hors d’oeuvres, and dinner. Attendees ages 21 to 40 are invited to a NextGen After Party. Proceeds support programs to promote healthy relationships, ease suffering, and serve people in need.
6 p.m., starting at $50, Minneapolis Marriott City Center, 952-542-4878, jfcsmpls.org

Dec. 3

U.S. Politics and Economic Growth

Harvard Business School professor Michael Porter and Katherine Gehl, president and CEO of Gehl Foods, will discuss the effect of the political system on economic growth in the United States. Space is limited, so attendees are asked to register for the event.
10 a.m., free, Carlson School of Management, Minneapolis, 612-625-0027, carlsonschool.umn.edu

 

Dec. 6

Results Foundation Gala

This event will raise funds to support housing, health, education, and mentorship programs. The evening features a cocktail hour, dinner, program, and live auction. RE/MAX Results financially supports this foundation.
5:30 p.m., starting at $75, Sheraton Minneapolis West Hotel, Minnetonka, 952-593-0000, eventbrite.com

Dec. 6

TeamWomen Networking Party

TeamWomen will host a networking holiday event for women leaders and professionals in the Twin Cities area. Complimentary appetizers and a cash bar will be available. Women from several industries are expected to attend.
5:30 p.m., $25 to $45, Minikahda Club, Minneapolis, 952-525-2236, teamwomenmn.org

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