Finlandia University’s chapter of Business Professionals of America is hosting Business Professionals of America Day on Wednesday, February 14 with a full day of activities for Upper Peninsula high school and college students.
“Our entire chapter is looking forward to this inaugural event, and I’m proud of them for putting this together,” Chapter Advisor and Dean fo Finlandia’s International School of Business Kevin Manninen said. “It will be a busy and engaging day of speakers, networking opportunities and activities aimed at developing students’ knowledge of business. We’re hoping to truly awaken an interest in choosing business as a career for students.”
The day is being hosted in conjunction with the national Business Professionals of America Week. Key speakers include Bob Jacquart of Stormy Kromer fame and Marilyn Clark from MTEC SmartZone. Additional remarks will be given by FinnU BPA Chapter President Logan Moore, Finlandia President Philip Johnson and students in the BPA Chapter of Calumet High School. All activities will take place at the Finnish American Heritage Center on the campus of Finlandia University. Lunch will be provided for all of those who register ahead of time.
The event is free for all high school and college students, but anyone attending is asked to RSVP by Monday, February 12, by e-mailing BPA Chapter President Logan Moore at email@example.com.
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