Working Moms and Dads Support Groups

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Working Moms Support Group

The Support Group for Working Mothers at Mason is one way faculty, staff, and students can come together, discuss the issues confronting working mothers, and perhaps motivate changes on campus.

The group will kick off its 17th year of brown bag lunch meetings on Thursday, January 24, at noon in the Women and Gender Studies Center (Johnson Center, Room 240K).

If you are interested in sharing stories and being part of an informal organization of working mothers, join us!

Visit our website for more information. Contact Heather Aleknavage at 703-993-2295 or haleknav@gmu.edu with questions.

Working Dads Support Group

We are currently searching for a George Mason dad to lead Mason’s Working Dads Support Group! The Working Dads Support Group was formed for George Mason dads to get together regularly to swap stories and gain insight from others.

If you are interested in leading the group, please email worklife@gmu.edu for more information.


Posted: January 18, 2019