GWSB Undergraduate News
May 26, 2010
School of Business 2010 graduate Shakir Cannon-Moye was named one of eight Presidential Administrative Fellows. Each student who recives a Presidential Administrative Fellowship gets free tuition, a housing allowance and monthly compensation while pursuing a master's degree and working part time in a GW administrative office. Shakir will be working towards his MBA as a Presidential Administrative Fellow. Congratulations Shakir!
Click on the following link for a list of Fall 2010 important dates. Make sure to mark them on your calendar. http://business.gwu.edu/ugrad/academics/advising/Important%20Dates%20Fall%202010.pdf
Just two years ago, Net Impact brought the movement to change the world through business to undergraduate campuses. Today, with 40 undergrad chapters, our undergrad members are gaining the knowledge, leadership skills, and connections they need to become tomorrow’s responsible business leaders, social entrepreneurs, nonprofit managers, and more. Net Impact is currently in the process of starting an undergraduate chapter and is looking for leaders and students to get involved.
By becoming a part of this growing movement of undergraduate students, Net Impact can help you:
- Enrich your educational experience by learning more about issues at the intersection of business, society, and the environment, while making friends with students who share similar interests.
- Begin creating your professional network that includes leading experts who are using business to improve the world.
- Gain leadership experience and boost your resume by getting involved in your chapter in a leadership position or by helping out with chapter events.
- Identify a career for good by learning about jobs in fields such as corporate responsibility and environmental sustainability and through utilizing Net Impact’s career resources, including a job board with full-time positions and internships.
- Make a difference on your campus and in the community through programs like Campus Greening.
If you are interested in becoming a leader for the 2010-2011 school year, please email: GWSBnetimpact@gmail.com
Dear George Washington University School of Business Student,
We at the F. David Fowler Career Center are considering expanding our on-line learning resources for students and are looking at the "webshop" format. We need your input! What do you think?
Thank you for your time and your input.
The F. David Fowler Career Center
Seth Godin, bestselling authoring and marketing guru, is taking his seminar on the road for the first time ever! On Thursday, July 22, 2010 he will be stopping in Washington, DC, for an intense perspective-changing presentation on spreading ideas, interacting with people online, creating work that matters, and so much more. There are a limited number of special student tickets available for only $19 which include access to the morning session of the event. The morning session will last from 9:00 - 11:45 AM and will include a presentation by Seth and interaction with the audience. Students must present a valid student photo ID to enter, and tickets can be purchased online here. We are also looking for students in DC over the summer who are interested in helping promote this event. To find out more information about the event, visit http://www.squidoo.com/sethroadtrip or feel free to contact GWSB student Gabbi Baker at email@example.com.
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