Allison Gatsche, Heavener Assistant Director of Combined Degrees
Interested in finding ways to enhance your undergraduate degree? The Hough Graduate School of Business at the Warrington College of Business offers a variety of master’s programs, both online and on campus, that can meet your needs and help you reach your career goals.
Current UF students may begin working on a graduate degree while completing their undergraduate studies. Combined degree students may also be eligible to apply their Florida Bright Futures Scholarship and/or Florida Prepaid toward a portion of graduate tuition fees!
This session will be led by Allison Gatsche, Assistant Director for Academic & Career Advising, and Andy Lord, Executive Director of Recruiting. We will review the seven specialized master’s programs offered and provide an opportunity for Q&A. We hope you’ll join us!
Social Entrepreneurs are willing to take on the risk and effort to create positive changes in society through their initiatives. Our Enactus chapter can help teach you how to make an impact by applying your business skills to come up with sustainable solutions to community issues. Each of us has within us an Entrepreneurial spirit.
Enactus is an international, nonprofit organization that works as a partnership between corporations and higher education to teach young people about business fundamentals.
The In’s & Out’s of LinkedIn
Connecting you with your dream companies, LinkedIn may soon become one of your best friends as a Business Gator. Therefore, it’s important to know how to use it properly and effectively. Even more than that, we want to help you understand the importance and value LinkedIn provides for you as aspiring professionals. Come join us for our interactive workshop covering the ins and outs of this helpful addition to your career toolbox.
Florida Leadership Academy (FLA)
The Importance of DIB (Diversity, Inclusion & Belonging) in Corporate America
Diversity, inclusion, and belonging are important in every environment. In this workshop, students will learn to recognize and correct stereotypes by discussing their understandings of diversity and inclusion with those around them. Students will be shown different marketing campaigns and will be asked to recognize people’s similarities and differences, and how doing so can help them be better student leaders. Join us as we walk you through some companies’ most catastrophic marketing campaigns, and how diversity can ensure they never happen again.