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  • Dress for Sucess
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    Have you ever wondered how to “dress to impress” in today’s working world? If you have, you are not alone! Gone are the days of “Business Professional” as the everyday ensemble. More and more office environments are switching to a “business casual” or even “casual” work atmosphere. But what do those terms actually mean? Does…

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  • Etiquette Dinner sponsored by Deloitte
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    Date: Thursday, October 25th Time: 6:15pm-8:00pm Location: Hinckley Building 3rd Floor Free for club members by entering your NetID as the promotional code. Seating is limited due to room capacity so sign up ASAP! Registration will close on Saturday, October 20th, 2012, at 11:55pm. Dress: business professional is suggested, however, business casual is acceptable.

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  • Secrets of Successful Businesswomen
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    In February of 2002, Martha Lagace published an article that outlined five character traits and lifestyle habits observed by some of the most successful women in business. “Women have always been dynamic, and they’ve always been in business,” declared Nancy Koehn, a historian, author, and Harvard Business School professor. “How many of us multi-tasked to…

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  • Mock Interviews
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              Learn how to distinguish yourself in an interview this coming Friday, October 12!   The Undergraduate Advisory Board is holding mock interviews for us to practice our skills.          This is a valuable opportunity to get some feedback and learn how to present your best self for…

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  • Club members recognized at event
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              We want to congratulate fifty of our club members who were awarded $1000 scholarships from the Rollins Center for Entrepreneurship & Technology!  These women were recognized at the “Biggest Entrepreneurial Networking Event in Utah” (1000+ guests) on Wednesday, October 3. Click here to see the list of recipients.      …

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  • Case Interviews and Pinterest Resumes
    Case Interviews and Pinterest Resumes
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    Recruiting is happening right now at BYU, and you want to be ready. Case interviews can be tricky, but they often are necessary. There are a lot of ways to prepare, and we found this article that we thought might be useful to you. Have you ever thought that pinterest could be a tool to…

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  • Mompreneurs
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    This woman had no mentor, but she had a friend that believed in her and her ideas. This woman had no experience with business, but she wouldn’t take no for an answer. “We did everything three times, because we had to do it wrong twice, but when you make a mistake it is just one step…

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  • Opening Social
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      In September we had our beginning of the year Opening Social! Mary Crafts, of Culinary Crafts, was our guest speaker that night, and had some great information and advice for all of us (check out the pictures below!). The event was a great opportunity to let everyone know what the Women in Business club is all…

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  • Discouraged?
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    “If you sometimes get discouraged, consider this fellow. He dropped out of grade school. Ran a country store. Went broke. Took 15 years to pay off his bills. Took a wife. Unhappy marriage. Ran for House. Lost twice. Ran for Senate. Lost twice. Delivered speech that became a classic. Audience indifferent. Attacked daily by the…

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  • Why Invest in Women?
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    The Daily Beast’s “Why the Global Economy Needs Business to Invest in Women” brings ups several good points about why women are so essential to fueling economic prosperity. Women build communities, drive innovation, and impact the world, raising the quality of life for everyone.   Photography by Shelby Peterson

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