East Lansing, Michigan– Multicultural Business Programs’ student organizations started the year with a focus on student success. Each general membership meeting built students’ professional profile.
National Association of Black Accountants’ (NABA) had a meet and great with their executive board on September 5. Executive board members and general members are preparing to attend the NABA Central Region Student conference. The conference is in Milwaukee on September 28-30. Students will have chance to network with professionals and recruiters from Fortune 500 firms at the conference. For more information about the National Association of Black Accountants go to http://msunaba.weebly.com/
Women in Business Students’ Association’s (WBSA) first general membership meeting was on Wednesday, September 6. Dr. Ernest Betts, Assistant Dean for Multicultural Business Programs in the Broad College of Business spoke about the importance of getting involved. The executive board answered questions about organization’s events like the WBSA Mock Career Fair. For more information about Women in Business check out www.msuwbsa.com
Multicultural Business Students’ (MBS) kickoff meeting was on Monday, September 11 . Students learned about the MBS Leadership Retreat and met the executive board. To learn more about Multicultural Business Students go to http://mbsorg1.wixsite.com/mbsmsu
Native American and, Hispanic Business Students’ (NAHBS) met on Tuesday, September 12. The students heard from EY, the accounting and professional services firm. For more information about Native American and Hispanic Business Students go to http://nahbsmsu.weebly.com
Student organizations provide food and beverages at general membership meetings.