Volume 8, Issue 4
Jewell Business Today Staff
Lisa Erhart, Managing Editor
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Category Archives: Events
By Kahluna Bouchard – On October 25th, The Nonprofit Leadership Association (NLA) at William Jewell held a trivia night event to raise money for Warriors Best Friend. This event was held at Rock and Run Brewery to raise awareness for … Continue reading
By Carson Hobby – William Jewell’s Pryor Leadership program recently held a Veteran’s Day Event on November 10th. The event occurred in the Jewell cafeteria at 8:00 A.M. with the Jewell Football Team during their pregame breakfast. The first 50 … Continue reading
By Jaymes Ginn – Recently, a Women in Finance event was hosted by Commerce Bank of Kansas City. The goal of the event was to increase awareness and knowledge of opportunities in finance for business students, with special regard to … Continue reading
By Jaymes Ginn – Jewell students Sofia Arthurs-Shoppe and Sam Fulte recently worked with students of the Northland Center for Advanced Professional Studies on Design Thinking. The workshop focused on entrepreneurial thinking and how it can increase an individual’s level … Continue reading
By Kahluna Bouchard – Saturday, October 6, 2018 was a big day on the Hill as the Pryor Leadership Studies Program celebrated its 25-year anniversary. The Pryor Program was founded by Fred Pryor and Shirley Neff Pryor, faculty and staff … Continue reading
By Sawyer Granger – William Jewell, The Critical Thinking College, is exploring a new strategy to grab the attention of potential students. On Monday, October 29 from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. William Jewell is hosting an admissions event for … Continue reading
By Sawyer Granger – On any given Monday, Wednesday or Friday, William Jewell students are seen on the Hill during Jewell Time from 10:15 to 11:00 AM, normally clustered throughout the Prior Learning Center. This allotted gap gives students time … Continue reading