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Summer Program Aims to Provide Non-Business Majors with the Business Essentials Needed To Succeed in a Global Economy
WASHINGTON, DC – The Congressional Hispanic Leadership Institute (CHLI) invites qualified Hispanic university students and recent graduates of arts and social sciences colleges, to apply for the CHLI-Tuck Business Bridge Program in Hanover, New Hampshire.
The Tuck Business Bridge Program is designed for non-business majors and is open to sophomores, juniors, seniors, and recent graduates. Students who are selected to the program will participate in a four-week career focused fast track to mastery of business essentials at the Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth. The rigorous integrated curriculum includes: Read the rest of this entry »
Hispanic Business Owners, FSHCC (Florida State Hispanic Chamber of Commerce) Member Employees and Family Members May Apply
Miami —A savings of $20,000 can go a long way in helping a family make ends meet. That kind of savings is now available to Latinos across the entire State of Florida, who are accepted into Florida International University’s Corporate Master of Business Administration program. Effective immediately, the University is offering qualifying FSHCC Members and Business Affiliates, as well as their direct family members, a $20,000 scholarship to pursue an accredited degree online from FIU’s Chapman Graduate School of Business-ranked by U.S. News and World Report as one of the nation’s top international business schools.
The $20,000 scholarship reduces the cost of the degree program to the student by almost half. FIU is offering the scholarship to our nation’s Hispanic Business professionals to give them an opportunity to seek an affordable and accessible high quality MBA, which in turn will help them as they pursue their career goals. By completing the 18-month online program, Read the rest of this entry »