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Data Reigns Supreme for Marketing Major at Summer Internship

Leanna Conti ‘19 is all about storytelling through data. Equipped with a knack for analytics and a tenacity to hone her digital marketing skills, the information management minor successfully landed an internship this summer with SnapCap by LendingTree, a lending firm founded by CofC alum Hunter Stunzi that connects small businesses with loans. The School […]

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Ruben Urquiza

Internship Spotlight: Logistics Intern at Mercedes-Benz Vans

Ruben Urquiza is an efficient guy. Or rather, he likes executing tasks in a logistical manner so that the end goal is met in an efficient and effective way. This summer, the international business major from Westminster, South Carolina, is fine tuning his logistics and efficiency skills with an internship at Mercedes-Bens Vans in North […]

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School of Business Hosts Retired Boeing SC VP Jack Jones, Names Student Entrepreneur of the Year

The College of Charleston School of Business recently hosted a fireside chat with local businessman Tommy Baker and retired vice president and general manager of Boeing South Carolina Jack Jones during the Fifth-Annual Tommy Baker Entrepreneurship Hour. At this year’s event, hosted by the business school’s Center for Entrepreneurship and Carter Real Estate Center, Baker […]

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Former ICAT Team to Attend Tech Seminar Where Uber Got its Start

Alumni of the College of Charleston School of Business Interdisciplinary Center for Applied Technology (ICAT) will attend the largest technology conference in the world this November. With more than 60,000 professionals in attendance, Web Summit 2017 connects leaders in technology with up-and-comers in the industry, including the members of the Jyve team. Music booking tool […]

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Accounting Students Bring Joy to Needy Families

For the second year in a row, graduate-level accountancy students in the School of Business helped area families enjoy the holiday season this year as part of The Palmetto Project’s Families Helping Families (FHF) Program. Over the past several weeks, nearly all of the students in the Master’s of Accountancy program, along with several members of […]

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Accounting Students Help Five Area Families

Undergraduate and graduate-level accounting students at the College of Charleston helped five area families enjoy the holiday season this year as part of The Palmetto Project’s Families Helping Families (FHF) Program.  Over the past several weeks, nearly 50 members and candidates of the Mu Beta chapter of Beta Alpha Psi, the College’s chapter of the […]

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