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INAUGURAL CAREER FAIR GIVES GEORGIA YMSL BOYS PATH FOR THEIR FUTURE

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Wed, 03/09/2016 - 17:18 -- Heidi Holguin

Almost 300 boys gathered at Country Club of the South to hear from five different local professionals at the Young Men's Service League's Inaugural Career Fair. YMSL's Centennial Chapter hosted the event as an opportunity to give their members, and members of the Alpharetta and Milton Chapters, a glimpse into the unlimited career opportunities that lie ahead of them as they navigate through high school and beyond.

The local professionals spoke to the YMSL members on a variety of topics that related to both business and life;

- Rob Avery from Microsoft provided his thoughts on corporate culture and what big companies look for in new hires and social media protocol.

- Jason Rhodes talked about how to sort out one's passion and discovering your gift, and how to build a career from it.

- Liam Banks, VP of the Atlanta Blaze professional lacrosse team, shared his keys to success and the benefits of hard work and passion for excellence in whatever you do.

- Steve McCoy, legendary Atlanta radio personality talked about his rise to the top and key tips to live by.

- Louis Leidenfrost, teenage entrepreneur shared his experience of starting a business at age 15 and turning into a thriving portfolio of businesses.

This was the first time the Centennial Chapter hosted a Career Fair and the response was tremendous from both the speakers and the 300 young men. Mary Elizabeth Sadd, Career Fair Chair was extremely pleased with the event, "We're so grateful that we were able to attract such an impressive group of speakers who made a deep and lasting impression on the boys."

The YMSL Centennial boys were also involved in the event. A number of the young men made presentations, handled registration for all 300 attendees, collected donations for FurKids and East Roswell Library, and introduced the speakers. According to Linda Menna, President of YMSL Centennial, "We're very fortunate to have the caliber of young men that we have in YMSL. Our members continue to make us proud everyday. The success of the Career Fair is a testament to their drive, curiosity, and wonderful character."

YMSL is a mother son service league dedicated to building leadership skills in their high school boys while serving the community through philanthropy. The Centennial, Alpharetta, and Milton chapters are just three of the 53 chapters nationwide. The members are from throughout north Fulton including Roswell, Johns Creek, Alpharetta, and Milton, Georgia.

For more information please contact Linda Menna, President YMSL Centennial at LLmenna@yahoo.com.

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The local professionals spoke to the YMSL members on a variety of topics that related to both business and life;

- Rob Avery from Microsoft provided his thoughts on corporate culture and what big companies look for in new hires and social media protocol.

- Jason Rhodes talked about how to sort out one's passion and discovering your gift, and how to build a career from it.

- Liam Banks, VP of the Atlanta Blaze professional lacrosse team, shared his keys to success and the benefits of hard work and passion for excellence in whatever you do.

- Steve McCoy, legendary Atlanta radio personality talked about his rise to the top and key tips to live by.

- Louis Leidenfrost, teenage entrepreneur shared his experience of starting a business at age 15 and turning into a thriving portfolio of businesses.

This was the first time the Centennial Chapter hosted a Career Fair and the response was tremendous from both the speakers and the 300 young men. Mary Elizabeth Sadd, Career Fair Chair was extremely pleased with the event, "We're so grateful that we were able to attract such an impressive group of speakers who made a deep and lasting impression on the boys."

The YMSL Centennial boys were also involved in the event. A number of the young men made presentations, handled registration for all 300 attendees, collected donations for FurKids and East Roswell Library, and introduced the speakers. According to Linda Menna, President of YMSL Centennial, "We're very fortunate to have the caliber of young men that we have in YMSL. Our members continue to make us proud everyday. The success of the Career Fair is a testament to their drive, curiosity, and wonderful character."

YMSL is a mother son service league dedicated to building leadership skills in their high school boys while serving the community through philanthropy. The Centennial, Alpharetta, and Milton chapters are just three of the 53 chapters nationwide. The members are from throughout north Fulton including Roswell, Johns Creek, Alpharetta, and Milton, Georgia.

For more information please contact Linda Menna, President YMSL Centennial at LLmenna@yahoo.com.

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The local professionals spoke to the YMSL members on a variety of topics that related to both business and life;

- Rob Avery from Microsoft provided his thoughts on corporate culture and what big companies look for in new hires and social media protocol.

- Jason Rhodes talked about how to sort out one's passion and discovering your gift, and how to build a career from it.

- Liam Banks, VP of the Atlanta Blaze professional lacrosse team, shared his keys to success and the benefits of hard work and passion for excellence in whatever you do.

- Steve McCoy, legendary Atlanta radio personality talked about his rise to the top and key tips to live by.

- Louis Leidenfrost, teenage entrepreneur shared his experience of starting a business at age 15 and turning into a thriving portfolio of businesses.

This was the first time the Centennial Chapter hosted a Career Fair and the response was tremendous from both the speakers and the 300 young men. Mary Elizabeth Sadd, Career Fair Chair was extremely pleased with the event, "We're so grateful that we were able to attract such an impressive group of speakers who made a deep and lasting impression on the boys."

The YMSL Centennial boys were also involved in the event. A number of the young men made presentations, handled registration for all 300 attendees, collected donations for FurKids and East Roswell Library, and introduced the speakers. According to Linda Menna, President of YMSL Centennial, "We're very fortunate to have the caliber of young men that we have in YMSL. Our members continue to make us proud everyday. The success of the Career Fair is a testament to their drive, curiosity, and wonderful character."

YMSL is a mother son service league dedicated to building leadership skills in their high school boys while serving the community through philanthropy. The Centennial, Alpharetta, and Milton chapters are just three of the 53 chapters nationwide. The members are from throughout north Fulton including Roswell, Johns Creek, Alpharetta, and Milton, Georgia.

For more information please contact Linda Menna, President YMSL Centennial at LLmenna@yahoo.com.

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Almost 300 boys gathered at Country Club of the South to hear from five different local professionals at the Young Men's Service League's Inaugural Career Fair. YMSL's Centennial Chapter hosted the event as an opportunity to give their members, and members of the Alpharetta and Milton Chapters, a glimpse into the unlimited career opportunities that lie ahead of them as they navigate through high school and beyond.

The local professionals spoke to the YMSL members on a variety of topics that related to both business and life;

- Rob Avery from Microsoft provided his thoughts on corporate culture and what big companies look for in new hires and social media protocol.

- Jason Rhodes talked about how to sort out one's passion and discovering your gift, and how to build a career from it.

- Liam Banks, VP of the Atlanta Blaze professional lacrosse team, shared his keys to success and the benefits of hard work and passion for excellence in whatever you do.

- Steve McCoy, legendary Atlanta radio personality talked about his rise to the top and key tips to live by.

- Louis Leidenfrost, teenage entrepreneur shared his experience of starting a business at age 15 and turning into a thriving portfolio of businesses.

This was the first time the Centennial Chapter hosted a Career Fair and the response was tremendous from both the speakers and the 300 young men. Mary Elizabeth Sadd, Career Fair Chair was extremely pleased with the event, "We're so grateful that we were able to attract such an impressive group of speakers who made a deep and lasting impression on the boys."

The YMSL Centennial boys were also involved in the event. A number of the young men made presentations, handled registration for all 300 attendees, collected donations for FurKids and East Roswell Library, and introduced the speakers. According to Linda Menna, President of YMSL Centennial, "We're very fortunate to have the caliber of young men that we have in YMSL. Our members continue to make us proud everyday. The success of the Career Fair is a testament to their drive, curiosity, and wonderful character."

YMSL is a mother son service league dedicated to building leadership skills in their high school boys while serving the community through philanthropy. The Centennial, Alpharetta, and Milton chapters are just three of the 53 chapters nationwide. The members are from throughout north Fulton including Roswell, Johns Creek, Alpharetta, and Milton, Georgia.

For more information please contact Linda Menna, President YMSL Centennial at LLmenna@yahoo.com.

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The local professionals spoke to the YMSL members on a variety of topics that related to both business and life;

- Rob Avery from Microsoft provided his thoughts on corporate culture and what big companies look for in new hires and social media protocol.

- Jason Rhodes talked about how to sort out one's passion and discovering your gift, and how to build a career from it.

- Liam Banks, VP of the Atlanta Blaze professional lacrosse team, shared his keys to success and the benefits of hard work and passion for excellence in whatever you do.

- Steve McCoy, legendary Atlanta radio personality talked about his rise to the top and key tips to live by.

- Louis Leidenfrost, teenage entrepreneur shared his experience of starting a business at age 15 and turning into a thriving portfolio of businesses.

This was the first time the Centennial Chapter hosted a Career Fair and the response was tremendous from both the speakers and the 300 young men. Mary Elizabeth Sadd, Career Fair Chair was extremely pleased with the event, "We're so grateful that we were able to attract such an impressive group of speakers who made a deep and lasting impression on the boys."

The YMSL Centennial boys were also involved in the event. A number of the young men made presentations, handled registration for all 300 attendees, collected donations for FurKids and East Roswell Library, and introduced the speakers. According to Linda Menna, President of YMSL Centennial, "We're very fortunate to have the caliber of young men that we have in YMSL. Our members continue to make us proud everyday. The success of the Career Fair is a testament to their drive, curiosity, and wonderful character."

YMSL is a mother son service league dedicated to building leadership skills in their high school boys while serving the community through philanthropy. The Centennial, Alpharetta, and Milton chapters are just three of the 53 chapters nationwide. The members are from throughout north Fulton including Roswell, Johns Creek, Alpharetta, and Milton, Georgia.

For more information please contact Linda Menna, President YMSL Centennial at LLmenna@yahoo.com.

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Almost 300 boys gathered at Country Club of the South to hear from five different local professionals at the Young Men's Service League's Inaugural Career Fair. YMSL's Centennial Chapter hosted the event as an opportunity to give their members, and members of the Alpharetta and Milton Chapters, a glimpse into the unlimited career opportunities that lie ahead of them as they navigate through high school and beyond.

The local professionals spoke to the YMSL members on a variety of topics that related to both business and life;

- Rob Avery from Microsoft provided his thoughts on corporate culture and what big companies look for in new hires and social media protocol.

- Jason Rhodes talked about how to sort out one's passion and discovering your gift, and how to build a career from it.

- Liam Banks, VP of the Atlanta Blaze professional lacrosse team, shared his keys to success and the benefits of hard work and passion for excellence in whatever you do.

- Steve McCoy, legendary Atlanta radio personality talked about his rise to the top and key tips to live by.

- Louis Leidenfrost, teenage entrepreneur shared his experience of starting a business at age 15 and turning into a thriving portfolio of businesses.

This was the first time the Centennial Chapter hosted a Career Fair and the response was tremendous from both the speakers and the 300 young men. Mary Elizabeth Sadd, Career Fair Chair was extremely pleased with the event, "We're so grateful that we were able to attract such an impressive group of speakers who made a deep and lasting impression on the boys."

The YMSL Centennial boys were also involved in the event. A number of the young men made presentations, handled registration for all 300 attendees, collected donations for FurKids and East Roswell Library, and introduced the speakers. According to Linda Menna, President of YMSL Centennial, "We're very fortunate to have the caliber of young men that we have in YMSL. Our members continue to make us proud everyday. The success of the Career Fair is a testament to their drive, curiosity, and wonderful character."

YMSL is a mother son service league dedicated to building leadership skills in their high school boys while serving the community through philanthropy. The Centennial, Alpharetta, and Milton chapters are just three of the 53 chapters nationwide. The members are from throughout north Fulton including Roswell, Johns Creek, Alpharetta, and Milton, Georgia.

For more information please contact Linda Menna, President YMSL Centennial at LLmenna@yahoo.com.

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The local professionals spoke to the YMSL members on a variety of topics that related to both business and life;

- Rob Avery from Microsoft provided his thoughts on corporate culture and what big companies look for in new hires and social media protocol.

- Jason Rhodes talked about how to sort out one's passion and discovering your gift, and how to build a career from it.

- Liam Banks, VP of the Atlanta Blaze professional lacrosse team, shared his keys to success and the benefits of hard work and passion for excellence in whatever you do.

- Steve McCoy, legendary Atlanta radio personality talked about his rise to the top and key tips to live by.

- Louis Leidenfrost, teenage entrepreneur shared his experience of starting a business at age 15 and turning into a thriving portfolio of businesses.

This was the first time the Centennial Chapter hosted a Career Fair and the response was tremendous from both the speakers and the 300 young men. Mary Elizabeth Sadd, Career Fair Chair was extremely pleased with the event, "We're so grateful that we were able to attract such an impressive group of speakers who made a deep and lasting impression on the boys."

The YMSL Centennial boys were also involved in the event. A number of the young men made presentations, handled registration for all 300 attendees, collected donations for FurKids and East Roswell Library, and introduced the speakers. According to Linda Menna, President of YMSL Centennial, "We're very fortunate to have the caliber of young men that we have in YMSL. Our members continue to make us proud everyday. The success of the Career Fair is a testament to their drive, curiosity, and wonderful character."

YMSL is a mother son service league dedicated to building leadership skills in their high school boys while serving the community through philanthropy. The Centennial, Alpharetta, and Milton chapters are just three of the 53 chapters nationwide. The members are from throughout north Fulton including Roswell, Johns Creek, Alpharetta, and Milton, Georgia.

For more information please contact Linda Menna, President YMSL Centennial at LLmenna@yahoo.com.

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The local professionals spoke to the YMSL members on a variety of topics that related to both business and life;

- Rob Avery from Microsoft provided his thoughts on corporate culture and what big companies look for in new hires and social media protocol.

- Jason Rhodes talked about how to sort out one's passion and discovering your gift, and how to build a career from it.

- Liam Banks, VP of the Atlanta Blaze professional lacrosse team, shared his keys to success and the benefits of hard work and passion for excellence in whatever you do.

- Steve McCoy, legendary Atlanta radio personality talked about his rise to the top and key tips to live by.

- Louis Leidenfrost, teenage entrepreneur shared his experience of starting a business at age 15 and turning into a thriving portfolio of businesses.

This was the first time the Centennial Chapter hosted a Career Fair and the response was tremendous from both the speakers and the 300 young men. Mary Elizabeth Sadd, Career Fair Chair was extremely pleased with the event, "We're so grateful that we were able to attract such an impressive group of speakers who made a deep and lasting impression on the boys."

The YMSL Centennial boys were also involved in the event. A number of the young men made presentations, handled registration for all 300 attendees, collected donations for FurKids and East Roswell Library, and introduced the speakers. According to Linda Menna, President of YMSL Centennial, "We're very fortunate to have the caliber of young men that we have in YMSL. Our members continue to make us proud everyday. The success of the Career Fair is a testament to their drive, curiosity, and wonderful character."

YMSL is a mother son service league dedicated to building leadership skills in their high school boys while serving the community through philanthropy. The Centennial, Alpharetta, and Milton chapters are just three of the 53 chapters nationwide. The members are from throughout north Fulton including Roswell, Johns Creek, Alpharetta, and Milton, Georgia.

For more information please contact Linda Menna, President YMSL Centennial at LLmenna@yahoo.com.

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The local professionals spoke to the YMSL members on a variety of topics that related to both business and life;

- Rob Avery from Microsoft provided his thoughts on corporate culture and what big companies look for in new hires and social media protocol.

- Jason Rhodes talked about how to sort out one's passion and discovering your gift, and how to build a career from it.

- Liam Banks, VP of the Atlanta Blaze professional lacrosse team, shared his keys to success and the benefits of hard work and passion for excellence in whatever you do.

- Steve McCoy, legendary Atlanta radio personality talked about his rise to the top and key tips to live by.

- Louis Leidenfrost, teenage entrepreneur shared his experience of starting a business at age 15 and turning into a thriving portfolio of businesses.

This was the first time the Centennial Chapter hosted a Career Fair and the response was tremendous from both the speakers and the 300 young men. Mary Elizabeth Sadd, Career Fair Chair was extremely pleased with the event, "We're so grateful that we were able to attract such an impressive group of speakers who made a deep and lasting impression on the boys."

The YMSL Centennial boys were also involved in the event. A number of the young men made presentations, handled registration for all 300 attendees, collected donations for FurKids and East Roswell Library, and introduced the speakers. According to Linda Menna, President of YMSL Centennial, "We're very fortunate to have the caliber of young men that we have in YMSL. Our members continue to make us proud everyday. The success of the Career Fair is a testament to their drive, curiosity, and wonderful character."

YMSL is a mother son service league dedicated to building leadership skills in their high school boys while serving the community through philanthropy. The Centennial, Alpharetta, and Milton chapters are just three of the 53 chapters nationwide. The members are from throughout north Fulton including Roswell, Johns Creek, Alpharetta, and Milton, Georgia.

For more information please contact Linda Menna, President YMSL Centennial at LLmenna@yahoo.com.

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Almost 300 boys gathered at Country Club of the South to hear from five different local professionals at the Young Men's Service League's Inaugural Career Fair. YMSL's Centennial Chapter hosted the event as an opportunity to give their members, and members of the Alpharetta and Milton Chapters, a glimpse into the unlimited career opportunities that lie ahead of them as they navigate through high school and beyond.

The local professionals spoke to the YMSL members on a variety of topics that related to both business and life;

- Rob Avery from Microsoft provided his thoughts on corporate culture and what big companies look for in new hires and social media protocol.

- Jason Rhodes talked about how to sort out one's passion and discovering your gift, and how to build a career from it.

- Liam Banks, VP of the Atlanta Blaze professional lacrosse team, shared his keys to success and the benefits of hard work and passion for excellence in whatever you do.

- Steve McCoy, legendary Atlanta radio personality talked about his rise to the top and key tips to live by.

- Louis Leidenfrost, teenage entrepreneur shared his experience of starting a business at age 15 and turning into a thriving portfolio of businesses.

This was the first time the Centennial Chapter hosted a Career Fair and the response was tremendous from both the speakers and the 300 young men. Mary Elizabeth Sadd, Career Fair Chair was extremely pleased with the event, "We're so grateful that we were able to attract such an impressive group of speakers who made a deep and lasting impression on the boys."

The YMSL Centennial boys were also involved in the event. A number of the young men made presentations, handled registration for all 300 attendees, collected donations for FurKids and East Roswell Library, and introduced the speakers. According to Linda Menna, President of YMSL Centennial, "We're very fortunate to have the caliber of young men that we have in YMSL. Our members continue to make us proud everyday. The success of the Career Fair is a testament to their drive, curiosity, and wonderful character."

YMSL is a mother son service league dedicated to building leadership skills in their high school boys while serving the community through philanthropy. The Centennial, Alpharetta, and Milton chapters are just three of the 53 chapters nationwide. The members are from throughout north Fulton including Roswell, Johns Creek, Alpharetta, and Milton, Georgia.

For more information please contact Linda Menna, President YMSL Centennial at LLmenna@yahoo.com.

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The local professionals spoke to the YMSL members on a variety of topics that related to both business and life;

- Rob Avery from Microsoft provided his thoughts on corporate culture and what big companies look for in new hires and social media protocol.

- Jason Rhodes talked about how to sort out one's passion and discovering your gift, and how to build a career from it.

- Liam Banks, VP of the Atlanta Blaze professional lacrosse team, shared his keys to success and the benefits of hard work and passion for excellence in whatever you do.

- Steve McCoy, legendary Atlanta radio personality talked about his rise to the top and key tips to live by.

- Louis Leidenfrost, teenage entrepreneur shared his experience of starting a business at age 15 and turning into a thriving portfolio of businesses.

This was the first time the Centennial Chapter hosted a Career Fair and the response was tremendous from both the speakers and the 300 young men. Mary Elizabeth Sadd, Career Fair Chair was extremely pleased with the event, "We're so grateful that we were able to attract such an impressive group of speakers who made a deep and lasting impression on the boys."

The YMSL Centennial boys were also involved in the event. A number of the young men made presentations, handled registration for all 300 attendees, collected donations for FurKids and East Roswell Library, and introduced the speakers. According to Linda Menna, President of YMSL Centennial, "We're very fortunate to have the caliber of young men that we have in YMSL. Our members continue to make us proud everyday. The success of the Career Fair is a testament to their drive, curiosity, and wonderful character."

YMSL is a mother son service league dedicated to building leadership skills in their high school boys while serving the community through philanthropy. The Centennial, Alpharetta, and Milton chapters are just three of the 53 chapters nationwide. The members are from throughout north Fulton including Roswell, Johns Creek, Alpharetta, and Milton, Georgia.

For more information please contact Linda Menna, President YMSL Centennial at LLmenna@yahoo.com.

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Almost 300 boys gathered at Country Club of the South to hear from five different local professionals at the Young Men's Service League's Inaugural Career Fair. YMSL's Centennial Chapter hosted the event as an opportunity to give their members, and members of the Alpharetta and Milton Chapters, a glimpse into the unlimited career opportunities that lie ahead of them as they navigate through high school and beyond.

The local professionals spoke to the YMSL members on a variety of topics that related to both business and life;

- Rob Avery from Microsoft provided his thoughts on corporate culture and what big companies look for in new hires and social media protocol.

- Jason Rhodes talked about how to sort out one's passion and discovering your gift, and how to build a career from it.

- Liam Banks, VP of the Atlanta Blaze professional lacrosse team, shared his keys to success and the benefits of hard work and passion for excellence in whatever you do.

- Steve McCoy, legendary Atlanta radio personality talked about his rise to the top and key tips to live by.

- Louis Leidenfrost, teenage entrepreneur shared his experience of starting a business at age 15 and turning into a thriving portfolio of businesses.

This was the first time the Centennial Chapter hosted a Career Fair and the response was tremendous from both the speakers and the 300 young men. Mary Elizabeth Sadd, Career Fair Chair was extremely pleased with the event, "We're so grateful that we were able to attract such an impressive group of speakers who made a deep and lasting impression on the boys."

The YMSL Centennial boys were also involved in the event. A number of the young men made presentations, handled registration for all 300 attendees, collected donations for FurKids and East Roswell Library, and introduced the speakers. According to Linda Menna, President of YMSL Centennial, "We're very fortunate to have the caliber of young men that we have in YMSL. Our members continue to make us proud everyday. The success of the Career Fair is a testament to their drive, curiosity, and wonderful character."

YMSL is a mother son service league dedicated to building leadership skills in their high school boys while serving the community through philanthropy. The Centennial, Alpharetta, and Milton chapters are just three of the 53 chapters nationwide. The members are from throughout north Fulton including Roswell, Johns Creek, Alpharetta, and Milton, Georgia.

For more information please contact Linda Menna, President YMSL Centennial at LLmenna@yahoo.com.

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