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Virtual career fairs to connect WMU students to job seekers

WMU's virtual events from Wednesday, Feb. 3 through late May are free and open to the public, although tailored to college students and recent college graduates. Hundreds of employers are looking to fill full- and part-time jobs as well as internships and co-op positions.

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WMU program fast-tracks student ideas to business launch

Starting Gate business  accelerator is open to all WMU sophomore and older undergraduate and all graduate students through a competitive application process where students must demonstrate a promising idea for a product or service, which can be launched within a short period of time

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Alumni publish new book

Alexis Lenderman Black and Justin Black, both graduates of WMU, have published a new book titled, "Redefining Normal: How Two Foster Kids Beat the Odds and Discovered Healing, Happiness and Love." The pair are founders of The Scholarship Expert, a resource dedicated to helping college students graduate debt free. 

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Seeds of inspiration

For as long as she can remember, Megan Gesler has loved hearing the stories of entrepreneurs. Now, this Bronco has not one but two businesses that she is operating as she goes into her senior year.

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2020 Business Magazine

During a year where adaptability and innovation have been more important than ever, the Haworth College of Business is proud to share how our students, alumni and faculty address business issues in creative and meaningful ways. The 2020 edition of Business magazine is now exclusively online.