Smeal has financial grants available to undergraduate students who want to engage in research projects related to their academic and professional goals.
Smeal College of Business students sought advice from two Penn State alumni employed with the Ernst & Young accounting firm on Monday.
Following the Ernst & Young professional development event, Chris Cable presented an opportunity for students to get involved in a competition facilitated by the company.
Smeal is hosting a panel of experts on Oct. 24 to discuss the current financial crisis and how it will affect students preparing to enter the workforce.
First-year students sought advice from mentors at the Smeal Student Mentors Scheduling Social in the atrium of the Business Building on Wednesday.
You shouldn’t wait until after graduation to get your foot in the professional door, according to interns at the First Annual Smeal Internship Night.
Video is now available online from Smeal’s forum for students concerned about the financial crisis and its impact on the job market. The Oct. 24 discussion featured several career and economic experts sharing their insights on the crisis, how it happened, and what it means for students as they prepare to enter the workforce.