November 2019 NEWSLETTER
Opening doors in finance
Celebrating 20 years, the Greenleaf Trust Scholarship has supported an outstanding 71 scholars from the Haworth College of Business by awarding $1.3 million in funds and hosting 23 rotational internships.
Read about the scholarship.
Business Broncos serve and celebrate veteransWith help from a mentor and her peers, accountancy student Allison Roelant organized a service project that benefited dozens of veterans at the Battle Creek VA Medical Center. Additionally, more than 300 business students participated in the college's annual service project cleaning headstones at Fort Custer National Cemetery in Augusta.
Read about the project.
Alumnus serves his country, community and fellow veteransRJ Naugle, B.B.A'03, is founder of RallyPoint/6, a Seattle-based, nonprofit resource center that helps veterans transition back to civilian life.
Read Naugle's story.
Scenting successThe power of fragrance is the premise behind a new business, The Aroma Labs, owned by current MBA student, WMU employee and undergraduate alumna Tanya Thompson, B.B.A.'15.
Read Thompson's story.
Thank a college of business mentorIs there a professor or staff member in the college who helped make a difference in your experience? Share who you're grateful for in the Haworth College of Business and why, and we'll hand-deliver a special thank-you-gram of appreciation! Submit your thank-you-gram by Nov. 18.
Send a thank-you-gram.
Celebrating alumniAlumni and friends of the college were honored for their outstanding leadership and service accomplishments during Homecoming week, which concluded with the annual pancake breakfast.
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