Join your fellow classmates to practice your personal pitch in prep for the All Ivy Career Fair. We'll be briefly discussing tips on how to refine your message, create lasting impressions and clarify your answers to commonly asked questions by recruiters before setting you loose to practice your pitch with one another. You'll also get constructive feedback from your peer about the first impressions you're creating.
Join us as we welcome NEW SUMA students to the program, present our SUMASA mandate and discuss the roster of upcoming Spring activities. We hope to see you there! Time: 8-9:30PM Date: Wednesday, February 8th, 2012 Location: 309 Havemeyer
Thanks to all those who made it out to the SUMASA holiday party. It was a blast celebrating the year's end with you all! A special thanks to our hosts Affaire French Bistro and Lounge for their hospitality and to DJ Bobby for his musical stylings. For those who weren't able to join, feel free … Continue reading The SuMaSA Holiday Party
Diana Sierra believes in opportunity. Sierra, a student in the Master of Science in Sustainability Management program, believes that having access to opportunities can make a big difference in someone’s life. Sierra is an industrial designer with more than seven years of experience and is a summer intern working with the Millennium Villages Project in Ruhiira, Uganda. Seeing the experience as an opportunity to help empower people in a severely economically depressed part of the world, Sierra began working on two projects. Her first project was to analyze the value chain of a coffee cooperative and her second was to work with a women’s arts and crafts cooperative to market their products. Sierra felt that she would be particularly suited to help because she grew up on her father’s coffee farm in Santuario, Colombia.