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The School of Business Development Office serves the School by raising resources needed to provide programs and services that directly benefit students. Tuition dollars account for approximately 85% of the cost of a student's education. Additional resources are sought through private support in order to continue to offer students the highest quality business education possible.
Gifts are sought from a variety of constituencies including alumni, friends, parents, corporations, and foundations. Private support serves as an investment in the quality of our academic programs and furthers the Mission of the School. Your gift makes a difference in the lives of our students by providing enriching educational experiences that fully prepares them for challenging careers in the world of business.
Impact: These new required courses will assist business students
Impact on SIUE: The new courses will assist students with the transition to a professional business environment and further develop their professional skills related to job searching, professional networking, interviewing and business etiquette.
Description of Program: The School of Business is seeking funding for a leading-edge curricular program that will help mold SIUE business students into excellent leaders entering the workforce. The courses, GBA 301 Business Transitions I: Planning for Success and GBA 402 Transitions II: Commitment Beyond College, are required for all business majors. They are designed to assist students with the transitions into the School of Business and for developing knowledge and skills related to career planning, including resume development and initial job search strategies. Students will be introduced to the concepts of individual responsibility and ethical behavior, social responsibility of organizations and global perspectives on business. They will assist students with the transition to a professional business environment and further development of professional skills related to job search, professional networking, interviewing and business etiquette. The goal is to put forth the best equipped business students into the workforce and remain innovative in our approach with students. The goal of the School of Business is to be as innovative as any industry.
Financial Goal: $250,000 in 18 months
Contact: Sara Colvin, Director of Development, firstname.lastname@example.org or 618.650.2317
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