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You will not find a student organization at Oswego that will develop your skills like Enactus (Entrepreneurial Action by University Students) will.
Enactus is a community of student, academic and business leaders committed to using the power of entrepreneurial action to enable human progress. Enactus students apply business concepts to develop community outreach projects, transform lives and shape a better, more sustainable world.
Enactus is an international organization with 1,600 active universities across 37 countries totaling 62,000 plus students. These students contribute over 7,300,000 Project Volunteer Hours, Making Enactus the world's largest and strongest student business organization.
The best way to prepare for the real world is by facing real world challenges today. The teams will be challenged to recruit new members, develop and implement educational outreach projects, fund their programs, use mass media to publicize their efforts, and then present their accomplishments at the Enactus Northeast Regional Competition in March in Washington, D.C. Regional champion teams advance to the Enactus USA National Exposition in Kansas City.
Through this hands-on learning process, students develop teamwork, leadership and communication skills beyond those of most college students. The best companies recognize the value of this experience. Every year thousands of Enactus students begin their careers with Enactus donor companies, including Walmart, KPMG, Unilever, Campbell's, HSBC, Pepsico, Johnson & Johnson, and hundreds of others. A complete list of corporate sponsors can be found at: http://enactus.org/who-we-are/partners-donors/
For more information about involvement, participation, or partnerships, please contact the Enactus President or Faculty Advisor listed below:
President - Jordan Shutts (email@example.com)
Faculty Advisor - Dr. Susan Wright (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Enactus would also like to acknowledge its Business Advisory Board, which meets quarterly with the Executive Board and Project Managers to offer guidance and leadership:
Richard Skolnik, Dean of School of Business
Gary Morris, Director of Career Services
Michele Torbitt, Vice President of Electronic Commerce at Pathfinder Bank
Sue Palmer, Manager at Walmart
Heather Dera, Recruiter at CXtec and TERACAI
Jason Lupo, Operations Group Leader at Target
Tanya Eastman, Operations Manager at On Point for College
Scott Gardner, Owner of Agile' Marketing Services
Michelle Hamann, Audit Associate at KPMG Syracuse
Jeff Grimshaw, Director of Office of Community and Business Relations
Jackie Thorpe, Member Services Representative at Oswego-Fulton Chamber of Commerce
Mary Vanouse, Director at City of Oswego Community Development Office
Michael Colucci, International Trade Compliance Analyst at Pratt & Whitney
Michael Paestella, Director of Student Involvement at SUNY Oswego
Sean Sharp, Audit Associate at KPMG LLP Syracuse
Paul Traficanti, Account Executive at Yelp
Dony Kuriakose, Manager at Sam's Club