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Young women get inspired, learn about careers during conference at Temecula City Hall


Last updated 12/16/2017 at Noon

From left to right: Leah di Bernardo of E.A.T Marketplace, Riverside County Superintendent of Schools Judy White, Mayor Maryann Edwards, Temecula Police Chief Lisa McConnell and Disney Channel writer Silvia Olivas participated in a panel Tuesday, Dec. 5, at the inaugural Young Women’s Career Conference. Shawna Sarnowski photo

A group of high school girls got to learn a little bit more about different career paths and what it’s like to be a woman in those careers during a conference Tuesday, Dec. 5, at Temecula City Hall.

Temecula’s inaugural Young Women’s Career Conference gave girls the opportunity to meet women leaders in different fields, including politicians, writers, chefs and members of charitable organizations and hear their stories. The event was organized by Temecula’s Youth Innovators group.

Great Oak High School student, Valley News intern and Temecula Youth Innovator Stephanie Lai kicked o...

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