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We created Opting Back In to help women successfully navigate and overcome the challenges of returning to work. We know your time is valuable and would love if you'd please take 5 minutes to click the button to take our survey. Your responses will help us create resources that help you achieve your goals and dreams.
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Skills that help you prepare for a return to work, or a return to volunteering, or that signal employers who need mature professionals that you have the basics to succeed.
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News & Notes from our founders and experts.
“It’s not just about learning skills, it’s about conflicting demands. Sometimes motherhood requires you put the needs of other ahead of yourself. It was nice to talk to other women who have similar challenges.”
“I feel like I may have made a few friends! There was a significant connection even though we are realistically on our own future employment paths and have different personalities and priorities. Great experience!”
“Most valuable to go through this experience with other women, share our stories, feel valued and not isolated or alone in our transition experiences.”
“I think the executives for this organization are on the right track to a successful enterprise. All of us need help when we are unsure of our future. Gaining confidence through the appropriate training is key to achieving our goals in the future.”
“Excellent topics to help women who have been out of the workforce for many years see some of the current skills that are needed.”
“I realize that it will take much more time but I do feel like I learned a lot about myself, gained some perspective, and got excited about the possibility of making things happen for myself. Time well spent!”