Professional Development for Business

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Professional development is an activity that when correctly employed, helps students gain specific skills to not only increase their potential, but also to realize it. The PVAMU College of Business hosts specific professional development workshops in MGMT 2000: Professional Development for Business.

 

Professional Development (PD) for Business provides students with the skills necessary for successful performance during internships and within the professional work environment. Workshops highlight the internship process, introduce students to the professional development resources available in the College of Business, and orient students to career-related, strategic decision-making. Topics include the role of internships, dressing for success, the interview process, business etiquette, public speaking, networking, and work-life balance to name a few.

 

Classes are from 3:30 p.m. until 4:50 p.m. Monday and Wednesdays in the Hobart Taylor Building. Workshops are open to business and non-business students as well as interested members of the PVAMU community.

 

For more information about PD, contact Dr. Lawrence McNeil, assistant professor of economics at (936) 261-9205.

 

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The MGMT 2000: Professional Development has been sponsored by our 2009-2010 corporate partner of the year, Spectra Energy since its inception in 2009.  Please visit their website for more information about their organization.

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