March 31st – Alumni, faculty and students…enjoy three outstanding professional development opportunities in one power-packed afternoon.
Learn how to avoid pitfalls, create a career path that works, and discover what key ingredients ensure success from LaVerne Council, ’86 M.B.A., corporate vice president and CIO of Johnson & Johnson. Join us at 2:00 p.m., March 31 in Braden Auditorium for her Business Week 2010 keynote address Own your future—realizing that the dream doesn’t just happen.
Since one of the single most powerful moves you can make to build long-term career success is networking, be sure to stay for the free COBAN Networking Reception from 3:00 – 3:45 p.m. in Old Main Room, Bone Student Center. LaVerne Council, the Business Week 2010 team, and members of the College of Business Alumni Network will serve as hosts for this interactive event with fellow graduates, faculty, students, and campus leaders.
Continue your professional development by participating in the Women in Technology Forum from 4:00 – 5:00 p.m. in the Circus Room, Bone Student Center. During this casual conversation with LaVerne Council, participants will explore the opportunities, challenges, and key issues facing women in the field of information technology.
Register online or contact Alumni Relations at (800) 366-4478 or email@example.com if you would like to attend the COBAN reception and/or the Women in Technology Forum. Space is limited. Registration deadline: March 29.
The College of Business is grateful to Johnson & Johnson for its support of these afternoon events.