Statesboro’s premier professional photographer, Frank Fortune will be taking professional headshots at the Career Fair on Wednesday, October 29, from 12:00 – 4:00 p.m. Headshots will cost $30, cash and checks only. This event is open to everyone, not just students! Reservations are accepted, walk- ins are welcome.
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Georgia Southern’s Business Innovation Group (BIG) is planning a Maker Day event to showcase the work of area makers – those who are embracing the do-it-yourself spirit. The inaugural BIG Maker Day will be held on November 22, 2014 from 9am-2pm at the City Campus in Downtown Statesboro.
Maven Makers of Savannah, GA will be leading a workshop to help participants build a corn-hole catapult. Teams of 2-4 people can participate for $75/team. Maven Makers will supply all necessary materials and give instructions on how to build a small catapult capable of launching up to 1 lb. The workshop should take about 4 hours. Once the catapults are built, participants can participate in a corn-hole bag launching competition where prizes will be given for accuracy and distance of launch.
While teams are working on their catapults other makers will be showcasing their latest creations for everyone in attendance. Technical Training Aids from Atlanta will highlight items produced on 3D Printers they sell. Georgia Southern student and entrepreneur, Francis Okechukwu, will demonstrate his latest engineering educational game for kids. Lowes will also be hosting a Build and Grow workshop for kids.
If you’re interested in participating in BIG Maker Day in any capacity please call Suzanne Hallman at 912-478-5586.
The Technology Association of Georgia (TAG), the state’s leading technology association in the state, and the TAG Savannah Chapter will host the TAG Savannah Speaker Series at 11:30 AM Friday, October 31st at the Georgia Southern University Gene Bishop Field House (2100 Malecki Dr., Statesboro) at Paulson Stadium.
Shane Turner, Principal Engineer at Gulfstream Aerospace Corporation, will speak on “Harnessing Big Data to Drive Operational Excellence and Continuous Improvement.” Parking will be available behind the Gene Bishop Field House in the stadium’s parking and tailgate area. Admission to the event is free. Prior to the speaker series, attendees will be able to tour the new Football Operations Center at Paulson Stadium beginning at 10:30 AM.
TAG’s mission is to educate, unite, promote, influence, and unite Georgia’s Technology community to foster an innovative and connected marketplace that stimulates and enhances a tech-based economy. TAG memberships are available through the TAG website, with chapters in Athens, Columbus, Greater Augusta, Metro Atlanta, Middle Georgia, and Savannah.
Join other members of the Eagle Nation for memories, networking, and old-fashioned fun.
At Georgia Southern University College of Business Administration, we’re not simply known for minting top-tier business minds with the drive to succeed in a competitive economy. We’re also renowned for our old-fashioned Southern hospitality and sense of camaraderie. To celebrate the ties that bind us, we’re putting on a handful of exciting events through the Eagle Executive Society. The first in the series happened on September 18 in Statesboro at the Georgia Southern Golf Course, but you can still join us for these exciting get-togethers:
Atlanta: Maggiano’s at Perimeter Mall
On October 23, we invite our Atlanta College of Business alumni to join us at Maggiano’s at Perimeter Mall in Dunwoody. It’s easily accessible, so don’t be shy about coming! One of the finest Italian restaurants in the entire state, Maggiano’s has a spacious interior that we’ll be using to the fullest. This event is sponsored by the Bank of North Georgia, a stalwart organization that boasts more than a few members of the Eagle Nation in its ranks. Networking begins at 5:30 PM and runs until 7:30 PM.
Augusta: January 14, 2015
We don’t have sponsorship or location information for this event yet, but what better way to cure your post-New Year’s with a trip down memory lane and the best networking opportunity of the holiday season? Check back for more details.www.GeorgiaSouthern.edu/coba/eexexchange
Savannah: March 12, 2015
Just in time for St. Patrick’s Day, we’ll be pulling out all the stops for ourMarch 12 gathering in Savannah. As the date gets closer, we’ll announce the location and sponsor.
Macon: June 4, 2015
It’s sooner than you think! Mark your calendars for this very special celebration in centrally-located Macon. Whether you live in the heart of Georgia or don’t mind driving in, you can count on an evening of fun and friendship.
It’s also worth noting that we’ll be holding our annual College of Business board meeting on April 30 and May 1.
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Are you already excited for the next big Eagle Executive Exchange event? We certainly are! If you know your plans and aren’t afraid to mark a date on your calendar, go ahead and put in your reservation for one or more of these exciting get-togethers. If you’re not sure yet, don’t worry: These events are open to all Georgia Southern College of Business graduates and business owners. For more information about the Eagle Executive Society or its events, visit us online or call (912) 478-5050.
On Tuesday, October 28, the Georgia Southern University College of Business Administration Office of Graduate Programs will host an MBA Open House from 3—7 PM at the Hilton Garden Inn at the Savannah Airport (80 Clyde E Martin Dr., Savannah, GA 31408).
Individuals interested in advancing their career with an AACSB-accredited MBA degree should drop by. Representatives will be available to discuss MBA options and will answer any questions attendees may have about the Georgia Southern MBA.
For more information, visit GeorgiaSouthern.edu/MBA or call 912.478.5767.