The Aspiring Business Leaders Meeting introduced space learners to La Salle’s campus.
The mention of homework on a Friday morning elicited a collective groan from all those occupying the Founders’ Corridor auditorium.
“But this is not a typical research assignment,” cautioned Jim Plunkett, ’95, ’06, La Salle University’s executive director of admissions. “I want you to read through up on us. Walk our campus. Get to know La Salle College. Since our promise is to know you and guidance you.”
Plunkett addressed more than 200 students visiting La Salle Nov. 19 for the Aspiring Enterprise Leaders Convention, a 1st of its form at the University.
Above only a several hrs, the large faculty college students listened to from college members and directors at La Salle’s Faculty of Organization, who introduced them to the concepts, curriculum, and careers that are accessible to them upon enrollment at and graduation from La Salle.
A series of workshops centered on entrepreneurship, leadership designs, provide chain logistics, and company duty, among the other matters.
“You will not be anonymous right here,” explained Joseph Ugras, Ph.D., interim dean of La Salle’s School of Business. “We will give you just one-on-a single consideration. We will personalize your education and learning. We will give you assist and give you a dwelling.”
The college students, ranging from ninth- to 12th-graders, represented six general public, charter, and archdiocesan large educational facilities in Philadelphia and New Jersey: Archbishop Ryan High School, Father Decide Substantial Faculty, Small Flower Catholic College for Women, Mastery Constitution-Shoemaker, Northeast High School, and West Deptford Significant College.
—Christopher A. Vito