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Let's talk about internships

Let’s talk about internships.

Samantha Michaud

Some majors require you to do an internship; in the psychology ​​world, they’re called practicums. Other majors don’t require you to do an internship, and that’s the category most of the business majors fall into (except Sports Management which requires an internship). 1,038 more words


Transitioning from college to career...

Approaching Graduation. What’s Next?

Stefano DiDonato 

As the spring semester approaches, the more I realize how close I actually am to graduating. Assuming everything goes according to plan, I will be graduating at the end of this upcoming spring semester in May. 271 more words


Interview with Dean Kohn

Dr. Shira Kohn is associate dean of graduate and undergraduate studies at JTS. If you want to learn more including what courses she teaches and what else she is working on, go to:  628 more words

Student Life

Employers Can’t Find Employees with the Right Skills – Check the Resume of an American Veteran!

The National Association of Colleges and Employers recently surveyed employers asking them what skills/qualities they wanted from employees.  The top 5 skills were leadership, teamwork, communication skills, problem solving, and work ethic.  751 more words


Constellations - Part III

The third in a series on “constellations in family enterprise,” these three articles are grouped under the subtopic of “Next Generation and Succession. 157 more words

Family Business

Practitioners and the Role of the Family Champion

Family enterprise practitioners use the foundational belief that our work occurs in the intersections between the business, family and ownership groups.

The ownership group is a unique resource to the business entity because it can contribute diverse forms of capital, governance and a commitment to the continuity of the business through stewardship. 1,247 more words

Family Business