The BBCC provides one-on-one writing support to students enrolled in business courses. Business writing professionals coach students on oral presentations and written assignments, including basic grammar, punctuation, sentence structure and tenses, and business themes, content and organization of material.
Students enrolled in business courses may schedule an appointment with a communications coach in the BBCC through our 24-hour online scheduling service: http://web-appointments.com/popup.php?kn=15162.
For more information about the BBCC please check out our website: http://www.montana.edu/cob/bracken/bbcc.htm.
The Montana State University College of Business Students in Free Enterprise (SIFE) Club will host a free lecture on professional ethics, with guest speaker Carson Taylor, on January 26 from 7:00-8:00 p.m.
The information session with Taylor, the newly elected City Commissioner, will take place in the Strand Union Building, Room 233, and will address major ethical issues facing the modern business world.
Door prizes, including tickets to the Ellen Theater, Bridger Bowl ski area and Big Sky Resort, will be given out at the lecture.
SIFE, an international non-profit organization, works with business and higher education leaders to mobilize university students to develop socially responsible business leadership skills and make a difference in their communities. The SIFE club applies business concepts to develop outreach projects which improve the quality of life and standard of living for people in need. They plan on participating in regional and national competitions against other campuses by presenting the results of their projects to business leaders.
For more information about SIFE, contact Gary Bishop, advisor, at 994-7017 or email@example.com.