CAMP BPW -- Lyndon Institute welcomed 56 girls, ages 15-18, for a day of learning real-world strategies during Camp BPW (Business Professional Women) on Jan. 30. The camp was sponsored by the St. Johnsbury chapter for the National Federation of Business and Professional Women. The program offered workshops and opportunities for personal assistance with financial planning, goal setting, decision-making and career planning. Over 35 volunteers coordinated the activities. The costs for the workshops, including lunch and materials were paid for by donations from area members and businesses. St. Johnsbury was the first local organization in the Vermont Federation of Business and Professional Women. Founded in January of 1922, it is the longest continuously running Chapter in the state.
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