Beacom Hosts Student Organization Fair Sept 13
“The fair showcases the many ways business students can be involved on campus and develop critical skills that will make them more marketable when they begin their post–college job search,” said Chad Pinkelman, an academic advisor at the business school.
The event will run from 11:45 a.m - 2 p.m. in Beacom Hall. Some of the highlights of involvement in student organizations include meeting Warren Buffett, networking with employers, managing $1.4 million dollars of real money, attending national and regional conferences, providing consulting services to area businesses and more.
Student organizations in attendance will include: Coyote Capital Management, Financial Management Association, Pi Sigma Epsilon, Delta Sigma Pi, Society for Human Resource Management, Beta Alpha Psi, American Marketing Association, Beacom Consulting Group, Healthcare Executives Advancing in Leadership and Beta Gamma Sigma.
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