Enactus Leads Out in Spoons for Change

Shelby Daniel

Senior Enactus member Shelby Daniel makes a smoothie for the attendees at the Spoons for Change event, an event that gives women expert advice on the social and professional world.

The Southwestern Adventist University Enactus team, in partnership with Pinnacle Bank, Starbucks and Wal-Mart, is taking part in Spoons for Change, a program dedicated to women of all ages to provide expert advice on different things that they might have questions about.

“This program really helps me in many ways,” says Cynthia Licon, an attendee at the Spoons for Change event on Feb. 2. “Spoons for Change helps me give good advice to my 20-year-old daughter about how to choose her university, her career and ways for her to save money. I have also learned many ways to get good exercise at my age and great ways to eat healthier.”

In the past two weeks, Spoons for Change has discussed how to live a healthier lifestyle and creative ways to get children to eat their fruits and vegetables. It has shown attendees how to budget correctly and what a person can do to get their credit back up. Tonight, Spoons for Change will provide examples on how to correctly write a resume and how prepare for an interview. And on Feb. 16, it will show the attendees how to dress to impress and for success, a tutorial given by Mary Kay representatives.

Each year, universities around the country compete at an annual Enactus event in front of judges, and professionally present projects they have done throughout the year to better the community. The Spoons for Change event will provide the Southwestern Enactus team with a new item to add to their itinerary for competition.

Spoons for Change will meet at the Keene High School cafetorium from 6-8 tonight and next Monday.

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