TSDC Reaches Out to NJ College Students
How can the next generation of leaders become prepared to address diversity and inclusion challenges in their careers? The College Diversity Summit, sponsored by The Tri-State Diversity Council (TSDC) will deal with this very issue on Saturday, March 24 in Newark, NJ.
College students studying business administration from Seton Hall, Fairleigh Dickinson, Montclair State, NJIT, and Rutgers Business School are expected to convene for a full day of workshops, presentations, and a job fair hosted by Rutgers, a TSDC sponsor.
“The Council has held college summits in upstate New York in the past and we are very pleased to work with Rutgers for our first summit in the metro-NYC area,” according to Alexis Abuhadba, TSDC Coordinator.
The six workshops include “Breaking Through Stereotypes in the Job Recruitment Process” and “Discover Your Leadership Path.” The keynote presentation will be delivered by Hugh Welsh, President, DSM America. At least a dozen TSDC sponsors and other corporations will recruit students at the job fair.
Lei Lei, Dean of Rutgers Business School, remarked, “We are very pleased to partner with the Council by hosting the Summit and we hope that the students will find the event to be both enriching and empowering.”
If you have interns at your corporation or friends and neighbors who are studying business, encourage them to attend.
Pre-registration is required and a modest $10 fee is needed for students to hold their spot. Visit tristatediversitycouncil.org to learn more.
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