Hello Fellow GW Business School Students,
Please take a minute to fill out the survey below to help the GW Energy Group better serve its members. The board wants to hear from you so that they can bring more value to GW School of Business students through the club and the events that they hold on campus. http://www.surveymonkey.com/s/
The GW Energy Group strives to enhance the networking and educational opportunities for students and the GW community interested in the energy industry. The GW Energy Group covers investment, development and regulation of conventional, renewable and emerging energy. No matter what your background is, if you’re interested in energy, you are invited to join the club.
For more about the GW Energy Group and their events, visit: http://www.gwenergygroup.com/
Stay in the loop, join the GW Energy Group on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/
Questions? Email Juhi Chadha, GW Energy Group President at: [email protected]
When it’s raining or you just don’t have it in you to walk to the metro after class, one of our PMBA’s wants you to know there’s a new and fairly inexpensive way to get across town in the Washington, DC area (and give you $10 to try it out).
Third year PMBA Jon Boughtin is helping to do some marketing for Lyft, “your friend with a car whenever you need one.” If you’ve seen a car rolling down the street lately with a pink fuzzy mustache strapped to the front…that’s probably them.
Lyft is more fun and less than a cab. Just download the app, tap a button and a friendly driver will be on the way. You get to see a picture of the car and driver, and watch from your phone as the Lyft approaches your location. There’s also a built in rating system to maintain an awesome community, and drivers are usually just a few minutes away. You’ll also never have to worry about having enough cash because all payments are made with a credit card in the app.
Download the app and use promo-code KHU2DJ (put it in under payment before you request a Lyft) to score your $10. Learn more at Lyft.me.
Earlier this week, the Princeton Review ranked the George Washington University’s Entrepreneurship Program #25 in its annual rankings of top Business Schools for entrepreneurship studies. Also of note – GWSB ranks #3 for greatest opportunity for women. This is terrific news.
The MBAA wants to congratulate the Center for Entrepreneurship Excellence and its leadership – Dr. Eric Winslow, Dr. George Solomon, Dr. Ayman El Tarabishy -and their team for their hard work and commitment to student learning. Together, these educators are making the CFEE a truly exciting place for learning at the George Washington University.
Business Gives Back (BGB) is a student-led initiative that celebrates GWSB’s past, present, and future commitment to promoting responsible corporate citizenship by fostering partnerships between business, alumni, students, and their communities.
Traditionally, the event has featured the presentation of The Business Gives Back Student Initiative Award and The Business Gives Back Distinguished Alumni Award to a student initiative and member of the alumni community (respectively) that represent the three pillars of the School of Business: “Act Responsibly, Lead Passionately, Think Globally.”
This year, the BGB board is considering adding a Talent Showcase to the event lineup, and wants to gauge interest and see what kind of talent we have contained in our student body! Do you know how to play an instrument? Can you sing? Are you the world’s best cup stacker?
If you’ve got a talent, the BGB board wants to know about it! Share your talent with them by clicking here.