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M.B.A. Students Mentor University School of NSU High School Students

Several M.B.A. students from the H. Wayne Huizenga School of Business and Entrepreneurship recently acted as guides and mentors to high school students from NSU’s University School (USchool).

Throughout the months of January and February, several USchool students visited the Huizenga School of Business. Patricia Celleri, a member of NSU’s Graduate Business Student Association accompanied USchool student Alana Gross to an undergraduate accounting class and a master’s finance class. “It was a good opportunity to share NSU experiences with Alana, talk about life as a student and the transition from high school to college,” said Patricia.

Additionally, NSU’s Strategic Forum Student Group recently welcomed two USchool seniors to attend their monthly meeting. While at the meeting the high school students got a taste of the real-world education offered at the Huizenga Business School by listening to special guest speakers, including Steve Owen, Producer for WPLG-TV Local 10 and Dennis Ratner, whose family founded the largest privately owned chain of hair salons in the U.S. (including Hair Cuttery). Michael Fields, Ph.D., dean of the Huizenga Business School, also spoke at the meeting where he discussed the school’s new market-based programs and the immediate, measurable value they will add to companies.