This web hangout is for young women – even for all those who are only young at heart. The Levo League, a technology startup working for career development of young professional women, announces its official launch with the introduction of an online community and recruiting platform. It was announced today, March 20.
“From undergraduate and graduate students, to employed professionals, to those seeking new opportunities to emerging entrepreneurs, The Levo League provides young women in the formative years of their career path with the necessary resources to achieve personal and professional success,” states Caroline Ghosn, co-founder and CEO of The Levo League.
On the network, members will have direct access to:
Community – Connect with professional Gen Y women on issues that matter to you.
Career – Find your dream job and browse career opportunities at established, start-up, and philanthropic organizations across industries.
Content – Receive career advice and interact with experts, influencers, and influential women in business.
“The Levo League is a generation defining platform. We have applied technology to solve a longstanding social issue of women’s disparity in the work place. We created The Levo League to connect a dynamic community of young women who can make a difference,” states Amanda Pouchot, co-founder and CIO of The Levo League.
Levo, a Latin word, means “to smooth, polish, or otherwise improve” and is the root of the word “elevate,” which captures the company’s mission for the young professional.
Founded in 2011 by Caroline Ghosn and Amanda Pouchot, The Levo League is claimed to be the first online destination designed to connect Gen Y women with career opportunities and ensure their success. It’s at: http://www.levoleague.com/
In the picture above: The Levo League co-founders, Amanda Pouchot and Caroline Ghosn.