The All-Greek Networking Night at the University of Nevada was an incredible success!
Hundreds of students and business leaders packed the ballrooms in the Joe Crowley Student Union in a unique learning and networking experience. Students learned best practices of personal branding and networking, and were able to practice networking with business leaders.
The event was a success because of outstanding leaders, starting with our guest presenters:
- Stephanie Ginter - Enterprise Holdings
- Megan Lowe - Chase International
- Meghan Pescio - Gemani Screen Printing
- Devin Sizemore - MarkUBiz
- Michael Tragash - Yelp
Outstanding support was provided by leaders from:
- University of Nevada Office of Fraternity & Sorority Life
- Interfraternity Council
- Multicultural Greek Council
- Panhellenic Council
- Northern Nevada Alumnae Panhellenic
- Reno-Tahoe Young Professionals Network
With the Nevada Spring Career Fair just one week away, students received tools, techniques, and tips to stand out when pursuing careers. As one panelist shared from the stage, "what students are receiving is gold." Participating business and non-profit leaders were able to meet a large number of future professional and community leaders.
The event was a big hit and major part of the University's annual Greek Week.
Here are number of comments received from participating business and community leaders...
"I think it was a great event and I'm super grateful for the invite to be a part of it."
"I know it had a great impact on a decent number of the students who came."
"This was an amazing event with great impact on these kids. It's fun to get to know the future minds and leaders in our community."
"Hopefully this will get us a step into the University to transition students that are graduating and deciding to stay here and grow their network."
"We had a blast giving our insights to these young minds."
"I found the students in my group to be very talented. They were very engaging and inquisitive. I really enjoyed my hour with them."
"I wish an event like this was in place when I was in college."
"Awesome time! I loved being able to talk to the kids and answer their questions."