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Good to Know: Saint Rose small business course helps launch big plans.

Eric Paul has long been inspired by the art of producing cheese. Cheese tells the story of traditions. It connects people from all over the world. People love cheese. And Albany didn’t have a specialty cheese shop. “It tastes good and it is interesting,” Paul deadpanned recently as he arranged blocks and wedges of it in his shop, the Cheese…

Buenos Días!

Hola, I will be working in Mexico City for the next 6 weeks at Reichmann International.  The company’s primary focus revolves around constructing and leasing major office buildings all over the world.  Some of the most notable Reichmann projects include the Canary Wharf in England and the World Financial Center in downtown Manhattan. Just ten years ago, the company expanded…

Bridge Program brings international student from Ivory Coast to Saint Rose

Last week, you heard from Michaelle Mugisha of East Africa’s Republic of Burundi. She outlined her plan to complete her MBA at Saint Rose and return home to become an entrepreneur, and provide jobs to recent college graduates. This week, Api Sandrine Ohouo comes to you from West Africa’s Ivory Coast to talk about the Bridge Program at The College…

International MBA student plans to benefit home country with skills learned at Saint Rose

Sam Crocker came to you from Bristol, England last week to talk about his experiences as a communications student and soccer player at The College of Saint Rose. Today, Michaelle Mugisha comes to you from East Africa’s Republic of Burundi. When she returned home after receiving her undergraduate degree, Michaelle became concerned about the anemic job market confronting recent college…

Experiences Outside the Classroom: Resident Assistant

I remember having the opportunity in Middle School to attend a Career Day presentation given by my dad.  Something he said during that presentation has stuck with me since that day in seventh grade.  “If you love your job, you will never work a day in your life.”  I find this interesting and inspiring because there is a direct correlation…