MBA Week Registration

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An opportunity to experience
the Professional Master of Business Administration
offered through the Cameron School of Business

MBA Week Events    

Monday, February 17 - Saturday, February 22nd


Monday, February 17th
6:00-6:30 p.m.
Behavior Management with Jessica Magnus

6:45-7:45p.m. Information Session/Meet with an Admissions Counselor

Tuesday, February 18th
5:30 p.m.
UNCW MBA Student Association (MBAA) Jail and Bail - Open to Everyone
Current students, faculty, staff, alumni, and prospective students are invited to purchase a warrant for a faculty members “arrest”. Donations to a faculty members’ bail is also welcome.

Alumni Reception - Current Students and Alumni only

Career Management Workshop - Current Students and Alumni only

Participants will have the opportunity via a “speed dating format” to have their resume reviewed by local HR professionals. Please bring multiple copies of your resume with you.

Wednesday, February 19th
6:00 p.m.
Social Media: Grown Up
“Social Media has the potential to reach consumers in an effective, inexpensive and engaging fashion. Fortune 500 companies are increasing integrating social into their marketing plans. Join our speakers forum on Social Media: Grown Up to find out how you can make social media work for your organization.”

Thursday, February 20th
4:00-5:00 p.m.
International MBA Information Session

Parking information, event location, and directions will be e-mailed 48 hours prior to event.

Saturday, February 22nd
9:30 a.m.

4:30 p.m.
Cameron School of Business Alumni Breakfast
CIS Building
Complimentary buffet breakfast and guest speakers
Free, but please register at: Homecoming 2014

Hoggard Lawn Tent
Registration Required at: Homecoming 2014

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Last Name
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Select MBA week events you desire to attend

Monday February 17th

Tuesday, Feb. 18th

Wednesday, Feb. 19th

Thursday, Feb 20th


Applications in the myCSB Information Portal were written by
MIS 413 and MS CSIS students.

This application was written by Andrew Keener