Community members will soon have an opportunity to learn and participate in a sample of the professional training that JBC students receive. This January, Jamestown Business College will host the college's first Professional Awareness Week by inviting guests to learn more about professionalism and how it can accelerate career success.
During the week, which is scheduled for Jan. 14-18, the college will have a variety of activities which will focus on the topic of professionalism including a "Dress for Success Day," a live radio remote promoting different topics in business, and a networking evening event that will bring students and guests together with JBC faculty and staff, community business leaders, and JBC alumni. At the event, guests will also have the opportunity to participate in business-themed activities and training.
Throughout the week, the community will be exposed to "JBC's Professional Tip of the Day" through local newspapers, radio stations, and Facebook.
JBC faculty and staff are pictured as plans are finalized for Professional Awareness Week activities.
David Conklin, JBC president, said that it is a perfect time to share the college's success with the community. "We regularly hear of the achievements our graduates are finding professionally and wanted to offer a portion of our training to the community. The start of the year is a great time for people to reevaluate where they are in life and make changes in their lives to grow personally and professionally. JBC would like to be a part of those positive changes."
For more information on registering for JBC programs, call 664-5100 or visit JamestownBusinessCollege.edu.