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Five new supply chain offerings on Penn State Executive Programs spring/summer portfolio of offerings
Penn State Executive Programs, part of the Smeal College of Business, has introduced five new supply chain open-enrollment programs among its spring and early summer offerings. Registration for all programs is now open.
Located in News Archive / 2015
Smeal Executive MBA Program to host Women’s Leadership Forum
The Penn State Smeal College of Business Executive MBA Program in Philadelphia will host its third Women’s Leadership Forum from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Wednesday, March 18, at the ACE Conference Center in Lafayette Hill, Pa.
Located in News Archive / 2015
Smeal using assessment to influence student leadership training
With ample evidence that employers seek students with effective leadership skills, the Office of Career and Corporate Connections at the Penn State Smeal College of Business is steadily expanding the use of the Korn/Ferry ProSpective Leadership Assessment to influence programming and increase undergraduate student marketability.
Located in News Archive / 2015
Series of student career events planned for Smeal
Penn State Smeal College of Business students will have ample opportunities to connect with potential employers starting today in a series of targeted career fairs, including the Supply Chain Career Fair, International Student Career Expo, Corporate Associate Spring Career Fair, Spring Career Days, and more.
Located in News Archive / 2015
Smeal to Host Conference Celebrating 'Powerful Women' in Business
The Penn State Smeal College of Business is hosting a conference in April to bring together women students, alumnae, and businesswomen for networking, professional development, and a celebration of women in business. Powerful Women Paving the Way, an annual conference hosted by Penn State Women in Business, will be held on Penn State's University Park campus on April 19 and 20. The event is open the public and attendees must register online by April 13. The cost is $99 ($30 for Penn State undergraduate students).
Located in News Archive / 2012
SCNO Engages Students with Nonprofit Organizations
A renewed interest in public service is visible across the country as several national survey results show a rise in volunteer numbers and those working in the nonprofit sector. Applications for AmeriCorps positions have nearly tripled to almost 260,000 in 2010 from about 91,000 in 2008. The number of applicants for Teach for America climbed 32 percent last year to a record of more than 46,000. A recent study conducted by the American Community Survey of the United States Census Bureau showed that in 2009, the number of college students working for nonprofit groups rose 11 percent from the previous year.
Located in News Archive / 2012
Career Fairs Kick Off Fall Recruiting Season at Smeal
With only 500 miles or so between Penn State’s University Park campus and one of the largest MBA career fairs in the nation, more than a third of the students in the Smeal MBA Program decided to pack their bags and set out for Indianapolis in late September. The MBA road-trip was just one of many activities during the month designed to connect corporate recruiters with Smeal College of Business students at all levels seeking internships, co-ops, and full-time opportunities.
Located in News Archive / 2012
Smeal Launches Online Career Services Resource for Alumni
In December, the Smeal College of Business announced the launch of its Alumni Career Services Office, assisting graduates who are in the midst of career transitions or have not yet been placed. This semester, Smeal is launching another new service for alumni—SmealConnect.
Located in News Archive / 2012
Smeal Students to Host Diversity Conference
Business leaders from Altria, ConocoPhillips, Kohl's Department Stores, and Procter & Gamble will join students, faculty and administrators from the Penn State Smeal College of Business on March 22 to discuss business initiatives in diversity at the 12th annual START Conference.
Located in News Archive / 2011
Smeal Conference to Celebrate Women in Business
The Penn State Smeal College of Business is hosting a conference next month to bring together students, alumni and businesswomen for networking, professional development, and a celebration of women in business.
Located in News Archive / 2011