Workshops and Events This Fall at Fairfield Dolan

Workshops and Events This Fall at Fairfield Dolan

Students in the Dolan computer lab

The Charles F. Dolan School of Business kicks off the academic year with a lineup of professional development opportunities and events not to be missed.

With the opening of the brand new, 85,000 square-foot Charles F. Dolan School of Business building, the Fairfield Dolan community is excited to welcome back students with a lineup of signature events this semester.

Fairfield Dolan’s distinctive Professional Development Series (PDS) is a set of events and workshops designed to enhance career development for both undergraduate and graduate students. Students who complete all levels of the PDS program will receive a special designation on their transcript. Students can learn more about the PDS and Dolan signature events at Life@Fairfield.

Here are some dates to add to your calendars this semester:

  • Fairfield StartUp Annual Kick Off: September 17
  • The Business of Art: Women in Management: September 18
  • Money TALKS: Financial Planning for College Students and New Graduates: October 3, 29, and November 12
  • Dolan Career Night: October 17
  • Fairfield StartUp Elevator Pitch Contest: October 26
  • Business Analytics Event: November 7
  • Fairfield StartUp Business Model Workshop: November 16

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Last modified: 08-29-19 11:24 AM

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