Are you interested marketing? Do you want to branch out and make friends with MBA marketing students at George Washington and American University while enjoying the DC skyline from the Brixton rooftop?
The GW AMA and the AU Marketing Club are holding a joint mixer on April 4th at Brixton on U St from 5-8 pm. This is an opportunity for students from both schools who are interested in marketing to share their interests, internship & job leads, as well as meet representatives from DC professional marketing organizations AMA DC and Ad2DC. Appetizers will be hosted.
Global demand for energy will continue to increase in both the short and long term. The Business Response Conference 4.0 will promote a candid discussion on how to meet the expanding global demand for energy. Student and professional leaders from across the energy industry will come together at The George Washington University on March 22 to offer a vision for providing accessible energy to meet the challenges of tomorrow.
What: 3 Speaker Panels, Career Fair & Networking Event
When: Friday, March 22nd from 12:30 pm to 7:00 pm
Who: 200+ students and professionals representing DC’s leading universities and energy companies
Our keynote speaker this year will be Vice Admiral Dennis McGinn, President of the American Council of Renewable Energy (ACORE). Here’s a list of some of the featured panelists: Continue reading Get Your Business Response Conference 4.0 Passes Today!
The GWSB F. David Fowler Career Center and the GW Net Impact Chapter have partnered to organize a very unique and valuable Career Workshop for students interested in Sustainability-Related Careers. There are a limited number of seats available for this amazing workshop and it’s first come first serve. Please do not sign up unless you can commit to attending.
Event Title: Marketability for Sustainability Jobs Presenter: Shannon Houde. Sustainability Careers and Strategy Consultant, Walk of Life Consulting (LinkedIn Profile)
Date: March 19, 2013
Time: 5pm to 7pm
Location: Duques 553
Dress: Business Casual
Food: Pizza will be provided!
This is a hands-on workshop with the following goals:
• Understand the market (will be giving very specific insights, trends, job ops and competencies)
• Articulate your values, traits, skills
• Map your skills to the market
• Review Reading List, Top Jobs, and News Sites
YOU DON’T WANT TO MISS THIS OPPORTUNITY!
Readers of Monday’s Washington Post Express were treated to feature story on MBA Sustainability programs and quotes by MBAA Board Member and PMBA Representative Eugenia Gregorio. Eugenia’s part is pasted below, but you can see the whole article here.
Of course, the most stereotypical career path for MBA students is in finance, and there are finance jobs for MBAs with a sustainability bent. A new, greener trend is sprouting in the financial field — socially responsible investing. Investment firms such as Fidelity and Vanguard offer special funds that only invest in businesses with environmentally friendly or socially responsible practices.
“[Firms] pay a lot of attention to the environmental and social responsibility issues,” Rivera says. “They need MBAs who know about environmental management to know where to invest.”
Eugenia Gregorio, 33, says she’s discovered her sustainability degree can lead to more jobs than she thought possible.
The part-time student at George Washington University’s School of Business is working toward an MBA with a focus on corporate social responsibility and environmental stewardship. Continue reading MBAA Board Member Interviewed By Wash Post
The F. David Fowler Career Center, the International Honor Society Washington, D.C. and the Area Alumni Chapter Beta Gamma Sigma (BGS) are co-hosting a panel open to Juniors, Seniors, and Graduate Students. Join a panel of experts from leading consulting firms in various disciplines including financial advisory, IT, public policy, and regulatory compliance.
The panelists will include consulting professionals from Capital Performance Group LLC, Deloitte Consulting, PFM Consulting, SAP National Security Services.
The event will take place Wednesday March 20th, 2013 in Duques Hall, Room 451.
Scheduled between 6:00pm and 8:20pm. There will be networking opportunities so brush up your Shakespeare, start quoting him now. And wear a suit people, Business Professional attire is mandatory.
RSVP REQUIRED at GWorkSB.com
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