“Pathways to Prosperity” hosted a Career Panel on April 7, 2015, at Sparta United Methodist Church to offer information and guidance to people in inter-generational poverty. This program helps those who have recently been laid off from higher education careers due to the economic downturn, and have yet to recover.
At this event, Robert Bianchi was invited to participate as a member on the Career Panel where he provided his knowledge and expertise of being a former Morris County Prosecutor and now Criminal Defense Attorney. Many of his experiences and career stories helped those in need become more career conscious.
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