|Course||BADM 1002: BADM 1002 25 First Year Development -|
BADM 1002 Section 25 (Spring 2019Traditional)
|Causes||Arts & Culture Civic Engagement Community Economic Development Education Food Insecurity, Hunger General Service Non-Profit Business Services Nutrition Older Adults Professional Development Research STEM Social Justice|
18 People | 25 Impacts | 79 Hours
2. I attended the “Beyond Service: Social Change is Good Business,” session from 2:30-3:30. I learned more about student organizations that allow students to pursue their interests while serving the community. The panel also displayed that community engagement or service and business endeavors can be related.
2. I do not know the name of the presentation, but it was in room 301. They had a presentation on Catholic priests that molested children in 2002, and a follow up presentation about the struggle of a sex worker. I missed the first video because I was still walking around and finding which presentation I wanted to see, but I do remember it had to do with some girl named Ashley and women's representation. I did not learn something new because the videos were on other people and their experiences, not about community engagement. All that was done was interview people, but thats now something new I learned.
2) I attended “Beyond Service: Social Change is Good Business.” One thing I learned is that community engagement and working in business can go hand in hand and both teach skills that benefit the other.
2.I attended the session Beyond Service - Social Change as Good Business. I thought it was interesting how each speaker was able to combine community service with their interests and their academic concentrations.
2. The session I attended from 2:30-3:30 was the “Beyond Service: Social Change is Good Business.”I learned that it's good to stand out in big business events because it's how you brand yourself. Also more on community based thing I learned was that working for a non profit may profit you more than working for a big business.
2. I attended the session Beyond Service - Social Change as Good Business, and I learned how many opportunities there are for me to start a group or business here at GW.
Question #2: I attended "Beyond Service, Social Change is Good Business" which talked essentially about alternative business strategies, where the speakers showed how their business knowledge had led them to create platforms for consumers that were socially driven. This taught me how impactful if can be to translate business skills to your community and how business school students are capable of helping social issues in their communities.
I attended "Beyond Service, Social Change is Good Business". This brought to my attention that a good business model really comes form demand and if people want social change then it should really be involved in your business model.
2. I attended the session Beyond Service - Social Change as Good Business. I liked learning about the fact that, again, each presenter was able to combine their interests and combine it with community engagement.
The session I attended was “Beyond Service: Social Change is Good Business.” I learned that community engagement is a good way to make connections and “get your foot in the door.” In addition, it’s a great way to figure out something that you want to change that you are passionate about and find a way to incorporate that into your business ethic.