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Fall Semester with UD’s Business in Honors Integrated Learning, Living Community

By Tahani Abdallah

The 2022 Fall Semester was an active and productive one for Business Honors ILLC (Integrated Learning, Living Community) students. It was filled with events, experiences and opportunities, providing students with fruitful business exposure. There were some notable highlights.

Students attended a business-experience field trip to J.M. Smucker Company. The field trip provided students the opportunity to interact with organizational leaders and staff members, resulting in interview and internship prospects. An on-campus Reynolds & Reynolds workshop enhanced students’ knowledge on resume development, interview skills and internships. 

ILLC students also volunteered with The National Conference for Community and Justice (NCCJ) of Greater Dayton, a local non-profit focused on social justice. Students immersed themselves by conducting essential research in support of NCCJ’s initiatives.

SBA Honors ILLC students heard from a panel of upper-class honors students on tips for success and participated in a career fair.

Finally, they attended the “Business as a Calling” Symposium with Jim Kavanaugh, the Chief Financial Officer of IBM. Students were able to ask business-related questions directly to the leader of a Fortune 500 Company.

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