At Sewanee, we believe the best preparation for a career in business is a broad-based liberal arts education. Many of today’s leaders attribute their success to the critical thinking, writing, and listening skills central to the liberal arts tradition. The Babson Center for Global Commerce invites you to spend some time as its guest to explore our business curriculum, hear from economics majors, business minors, and our Carey Fellows business honors students. Join us as we discuss and explore the business of business at Sewanee!
|3:15-3:45 p.m.||Mock virtual business class and faculty Q & A|
|4-4:30 p.m.||Breakout sessions with current Carey Fellows and Carey Fellow alumni|
- Who is invited?
High school students interested in business, finance, and economics, and their parents/guardians.
- What will I do?
Participate in a 20 minute virtual mock business class with the Director of the Babson Center for Global Commerce, David Shipps followed by a 10 minute Q & A session. Participants can then join either a breakout session with current Carey Fellows or a session with Carey Fellow alumni. A week before the event, we'll also provide you with a recorded overview of business at Sewanee with David Shipps and a recorded student panel.
- When can I participate?
Saturday, March 6, 2021
- Why should I participate?
You’re interested in business or Sewanee or both. (We’re really hoping it’s both.)
- How can I register?
You can register right here. We can't wait to meet you!