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Stillman College Hosts Black Executive Exchange Program April 11, 2014

4/7/2014


TUSCALOOSA, AL (April 7, 2014) - Stillman College will host its 23rd annual Black Executive Exchange Program (BEEP) Seminar on Friday, April 11th, 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m., in the Harold N. Stinson Auditorium on the College campus.  BEEP’s mission is to expose students to professionals in their fields in order to share learning experiences across generations, cultivate new leaders, familiarize students with the demands and expectations of diverse industries, and inspire achievement through committed involvement and operational excellence.

Attendees may participate in a variety of informative sessions, including “Digitally Savvy Job Seeking,” “Ethical Behavior in the Workplace,” “Strategies for Successful Internships,” “Dress for Success,” and “Social Media Do’s and Don’ts.”

“Panelists will cover everything that students need to know in order to be successful in life and contribute to society.  They will discuss many critical issues, including job seeking, ethical behavior, internships, and appropriate attire for the workplace,” says BEEP Liaison Dr. Carol Williams.

This year’s guest speakers include Christopher Howard, Assistant Professor of Business Administration in the School of Business and Adult and Continuing Education at Oakwood University; Brandon J. Johnson, a 24-year-old Level II Sales Coach/Retail Sales Manager at AT&T; Kenneth Law, EEO Manager for the Department of Veterans Affairs Medical Center: Eric McCalpine of Cintas Corporation-Facility Services; Gregelyn C.  Robertson, Vice President and Branch Manager of Regions Bank Northport branch; Bryan Roger, Vice President and Human Resource Manager for Aliant Bank; Chantal Smith, Assistant Chief of Human Resources for the VA Medical Center in Birmingham, AL; Terralance DeShon Thurman, Assistant Vice President and Operating Systems Engineer for Wells Fargo; and David Wilson, 23-year veteran Sales and Marketing Executive for United Parcel Service (UPS).

The program is free and open to the public.  For more information, contact Dr. Carol Williams at 205-247-8149 or at cwilliams@stillman.edu.

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