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PSP Career Networking is an official off-shoot of the Park Slope Parents listserve. The group provides a supportive and active networking community for parents interested in: networking, changing careers, looking for work, going back to school, discussing work/life balance and offering employment or advice to other members. In addition to online introductions, job postings and discussions, the group hosts in-person events. Past events include:

"Meet & greet" luncheons and mixers
Industry-specific meet-ups (editorial, non-profit, etc.)
Book launches & panel discussions related to work-life balance and career change (e.g., "War on Moms" by Sharon Lerner)
"What's Next for Your Career?" Workshops with industry experts

To become a member of PSP Career Networking you must FIRST APPLY for membership in Park Slope Parents. Park Slope Parents is open to parents in the neighborhoods surrounding Park Slope, Brooklyn, New York with children of all ages.


NOTE: As of October 1, 2011, membership requires a $35 fee, and includes our three lists :


-THE CLASSIFIEDS group is a buy/sell/trade/ group between members (not commercially). We do not permit commercial advertising of any kind on the Classifieds list.

-THE MAIN LIST is an exchange information about nearby activities and parenting issues such as "where's the best place to get shoes that fit?," "does anyone have an idea of how to get a baby to take a bottle?"

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Group Information

  • 2518
  • Parenting
  • Dec 22, 2008
  • English

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