Boise State University’s College of Business and Economics is hosting a day of workshops and career development advice from Idaho business leaders.
Billed as a Leadership and Development Day, and slated for March 2, the event is geared toward Boise State juniors, seniors and graduate students.
About 30 local experts will be on-hand to offer seminars, workshops and break-out sessions aimed at giving students tips and training on topics ranging from crafting strong business plans, navigating new technologies and developing leadership styles, to banking, accounting, social networking and resume building.
Presenters include: Brandon Armstrong, V.P. for Business Development at Idaho TechConnect; Valerie Dickerson, director of marketing and business development at Synoptek; CEO Bob Lokken and Senior Marketing Manager Angie O’Hara, both of WhiteCloud Analytics; Ben Quintana, director of Public Relations and Leadership Development at the Boise Metro Chamber of Commerce; and Joe Wallace, program manager at Microsoft.
The event will also feature a panel discussion from 10:40 to 11:55 a.m. on the topic “Different Paths in the Field of Accounting.” Panelists are scheduled to include representatives from Cooper Norman, Moss-Adams, Deloitte, URS, Wells Fargo and Boise State University.
Register for the all-day event online, or e-mail COBE-RSVP@boisestate.edu for more information.