The Weekly Update – Full-Time MBA: November 3rd, 2016
Program Announcements & Updates
MBA Support Team Message – You Can Do It!!!!
As we head into November, the fall semester is just about over – can you believe that?!?! With that being said we know that you are all juggling a lot with regards to classes, career searches, clubs, GA positions as well as trying to have some semblance of a personal and/or social life. The journey through your MBA experience will no doubt be extraordinary, challenging and transformational. Please know that you are not going through this journey alone! The advising and student affairs team is here for you so please reach out to us – advisor Vilma Mueller [while Sarah is out] and assistant dean, Nichole Miller are here to help you be successful! Additionally, your peers, faculty and other staff members are here to support you as well so be sure to reach out should you need some support or advice – don’t be shy!
Speed Networking for Social Entrepreneurs
Celebrate Global Entrepreneurship Week at NC State with Speed Networking. Join us on November 14th from 4-5pm at Port City Java in Nelson Hall to meet one-on-one with Triangle-based social entrepreneurs. Find out what is involved in creating a business with social impact. Featuring founders from The Loading Dock, Murphy’s Naturals, HealthBeMe, MyriadMedia, A Place at the Table, The Green Chair Project and others. Reception to follow. A collaboration of the Business Sustainability Collaborative, Social Entrepreneurship Initiative and Entrepreneurship Initiative. RSVP Here
Research Seminar: “Cities without Children are not Sustainable: Education Policy in the Future,” Monday, November 7, noon – 1pm, Nelson 3135
Join us for a brown bag lunch where Professor Bart Danielsen will share his research and opportunities for students to get involved. Across the United States, urban areas lose middle-class families as children approach school age. They move to the suburbs and leave behind poorer families living in concentrated poverty. Dr. Danielsen is a nationally renowned authority on how alternative education structures impact economic development and where families migrate. Dr. Danielsen will discuss how current policies impacts cities, what future school policies will look like, and what students can do to help change policy, improve cities, and advance their careers today. Questions and RSVP to Prof. Bartley Danielsen.
2017 Study Abroad Programs – Apply Now
Apply Now, Applications Rolling
- Program costs include tuition
- Space is limited and applications will close as they fill
- Students are eligible to receive financial aid for the cost of study abroad
- Funding Information Sessions: Fri, Oct 21 | 2pm | Talley 4101 and Tues, Nov 8 | 4pm | Talley 3285
- Program questions can be directed to the faculty director
- Application, cost, scholarship, and payment questions can be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org
EDF Climate Corps Summer Fellowship
EDF Climate Corps is the premier graduate fellowship program to jump-start a career in energy management or sustainability. Fellows gain access to an exclusive network of over a thousand EDF Climate Corps alumni and other energy and sustainability professionals, interactive training and unique resources, including career opportunities. EDF Climate Corps has placed over 700 talented graduate students in host organizations including JP Morgan Chase, City of Boston, Verizon, General Motors, PG&E and the Chicago Housing Authority. The competitive program selects qualified candidates from a variety of disciplines to work for a summer embedded within leading organizations to identify customized energy management solutions. Students who apply by December 6th will have the best chance to be matched to a fellowship at their preferred host organization. Students can review the EDF website and job description or join one of the upcoming webinars listed below to learn more about the program. EDF Climate Corps Webinars Friday, October 14, 2016, 12:00 – 1:00 pm ET/ 9:00 – 10:00 am PT, Register Here or Wednesday, November 16, 2016, 3:00 – 4:00 pm ET / 12:00 – 1:00 pm PT, Register Here.
Academic Advising & Registration
October 18th Enrollment (Registration) for 2017 Spring and Summer terms
Spring and Summer 2017 Registration
Enrollment for the Spring and Summer 2017 terms begins on Tuesday, October 18th
Students should check the MyPack Portal to confirm your specific enrollment day/time and that you have no “Holds,” which will prevent enrollment
Log into MyPack Portal > Student Self Service >Student Center > Holds can be found in the right-hand sidebar
Log into MyPack Portal > Student Self Service > Student Center > Enrollment Dates can be found in the right-hand sidebar
Students should reach out to their advisors with any questions pertaining to course selection and/or registration
Spring 2017 Schedule of Courses and Spring 2017 1-hour Courses
Summer 2017 Schedule of Courses and Summer 2017 1-hour Courses
Spring and Summer 2017 Study Abroad opportunities [enter MBA for program and outgoing]
2016-17 Schedule of Courses
Directions when searching for paired core courses:
When searching for the paired core classes you will need to uncheck the following filter on the “class search.” If this box remains checked, then the class search will not return the second class since it has the same meeting pattern; i.e., the courses are scheduled for the same day and time so the system views this as a conflict which is why you have to uncheck that box.
Career Management Center
Check Jenkins out on Social Media – #ncstatemba
If you use our hashtag, #ncstatemba, they have a chance to see your content shared on our channels.
Volunteers Needed – Innovative Women’s Conference
We need volunteers to help run this event. Please complete this survey if you are interested in volunteering. The survey includes additional details about available positions, timing, and locations for both days. The deadline to register for these opportunities is November 6th, 2016. Feel free to reach out to Afrouz Fetanat with questions. All genders are welcome to volunteer.
**Volunteers are eligible to receive FREE tickets to the event. For more details see the volunteer survey above.**
The Innovative Women’s Conference (December 1-2)
Hosted by the National Association of Women MBAs – NC State Jenkins MBA chapter and sponsored by the Jenkins MBA Student Association (MBASA), this event is designed to bring together women in the Triangle area – from graduate students to entrepreneurs to corporate executives – to encourage discussion and hands-on learning in the areas of business innovation, science, technology and entrepreneurship.
The conference will kick-off Thursday, December 1 at 6:00 pm with a networking social at HQ Raleigh sponsored by RJ Reynolds. This will be followed by a full day of engaging workshops, panels, and speakers Friday, December 2 at NC State’s Talley Student Center sponsored in part by NetApp.
A portion of the proceeds from the event will be donated to Women for Success.
For more information go to our website-https://mba.ncsu.edu/students/innovative-womens-conference-2016/
Upcoming Dates to Remember:
November 3rd-5th: Net Impact National Conference – Philadelphia, PA
November 11th: FoodCon 2016 – Talley Student Center, NC State Campus
November 23rd – 25th: Thanksgiving Holiday (No Classes)
December 1st – 2nd: Innovative Women’s Conference
December 2nd: Last Day of Classes
December 5th – 14th: Final Exams
December 16th: Fall Graduation