Get Your Networking On (NYC)
With an alumni spotlight presentation, (free!) LinkedIn headshots, and a business analytics mixer, Lubin is making sure you end this year by properly preparing for 2019.
No matter what school you're in, take advantage of the following events, courtesy of the Lubin School of Business!
Alumni Spotlight: Deidre Koppelman ’87
Monday, December 3 | 12:10 p.m.–1:10 p.m. | One Pace Plaza, Room W507
The Women in Corporate America and Business Honors Program Advisory Board is proud to welcome alumna, CEO, and founder of three companies Deidre Koppelman ’87 back to campus. As one of only three people in New York State to specialize in the KOBLE Assessment, a personality test system uniquely focused on candidate strengths, she has considerable insight on skills necessary for success in internships, entry-level jobs, and beyond. Koppelman will discuss her career journey, strategies for career building, and will answer questions from students. Come for the insight, stay for the (drumroll please)…free food!
For more details, please email Paloma Mohanty.
Wednesday, December 5 | 12:10 p.m.–1:10 p.m. | One Pace Plaza, Room E301
The Business Honors Program Advisory Board and The Pace Photography Club are teaming up to provide FREE LinkedIn headshots. Dress to impress and get your LinkedIn profile set up with professional photos to help you land that dream job. Business attire required.
INFORMS Presents: Business Analytics Mixer
Wednesday, December 5 | 12:10 p.m.–1:10 p.m. | Gym
Join INFORMS at this one-of-a-kind event to meet and socialize with other business analytics majors and minors. There will be free food, games, raffles, and plenty of data visualization. RSVP to attend the Business Analytics Mixer.
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