WACU to share insights, wisdom at first senior send-off

For immediate release
April 22, 1999

Current members of the Abilene chapter of Women for ACU will gather on Thursday, April 29, to share their wisdom and insights on life, families and careers with women graduating from ACU. The networking session will be designed to help graduates make contacts that might benefit their professional and personal lives.

This networking session, WACU's first Senior Send-off, will be a reception from noon to 6 p.m. at the Jennings House Museum. Women graduating from ACU in May, August and December have been invited to take advantage of this question-and-answer time with WACU members representing a blend of professional, domestic and Christian lifestyles.

Each graduating senior will receive a complimentary one-year membership to WACU and a national directory of WACU members they can use to find contacts, mentors and advisers throughout the southern United States.

WACU is an organization of women interested in Christian education. They fund scholarships and campus improvements at ACU by a variety of projects, while building unity and friendships among the members scattered throughout the world.

About 500 members in nine chapters in Texas, plus over 200 members-at-large in three foreign countries and 21 states make up the WACU membership. Inclusion is not limited to alumnae of ACU, but it is open to any woman seeking to support and encourage ACU or Christian education.


If you are a member of the media who would like more information about this release, please contact Tom Craig, director of media and community relations, at craigt@nicanor.acu.edu or call 915-674-2692.

Last update: April 22, 1999
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