There's always something going on at the College of Business!
Tuesday, Nov 13th - As a tribute to our CSUMB veteran community, a "Wall of Heroes" will be on display. Visit the library to view pictures and learn more about the service of our student veterans, staff and faculty veterans, and family members who have served.
Thursday, Nov 15, 6:00pm — 8:00pm: Exclusive Speaker Series with Industry Professionals from Rabobank.
Thurs-Fri, Jan 10-11: The Sustainable Hospitality Managment Program, in collaboration with the Monterey Bay Ecotourism Region (MBETR) initiative, presents the 2nd Monterey Bay Sustainable Hospitality Summit. Building on the overwhelming success of the groundbreaking event in 2017, this two-day event features a day of site tours to view the regions best practices in action on January 10th, followed by a conference featuring speakers that include local and national public officials with hospitality leaders on January 11th. Early Bird tickets: $150 until 11/30. Tickets purchased after 11/30: $175.
Fall 2018: Do you want to know what it takes to become a successful entrepreneur? Want to learn about stimulating new technologies being developed right here in the Monterey Bay startup community? Check out the Institute for Innovation and Economic Development (iiED) website for the latest info and links for monthly Tech Meetups and the 2018 Hackathon in November.
Our team is here to help you secure a Monterey Bay area internship that complements your skills and career interests. Register now for personalized assistance and get started on the path to finding a great internship!
Wednesday, Nov 7th - Attn: COB Juniors & Seniors - Get important info and answers to your questions. The pizza is on us!
Friday, Nov 2nd @ 5PM - Sunday November 4th @ 5PM. All students & would-be heroes from all fields, including computer science, environmental science, health and human services, cinematic arts and technology, and business are invited to participate in the 2018 Hackathon and Save Our Future! We need visionaries of all backgrounds; techies and non-techies; dreamers and doers; fixers and inventors.
Monday, Nov 5th - Come and explore the exciting world of International Business!
Tuesday, Nov 6, 4-6pm: Interested in a career in marketing? Come and hear from the pros! Our guests are Sharon Crino with Kodak; Sophia Saw, CCOB alumnus, with Laguna Seca Raceway; and Scot Smythe experienced college faculty member and future Marketing Professor at CSUMB. Snacks will be served.
Thursday, Nov 1, 6:00pm — 8:00pm: Come meet Lauren Singh., an Accountant Manager at C.H. Robinson.
Tuesday, Oct 30th - Presenters will be Tom Jones, CSUMB Faculty, and Jackie Graham, Financial Expert.
Tuesday, Oct 30, 8am - 12pm: Pathways to Capital is the theme of the second annual Startup Investment gathering. This year initiates a collaboration between the Startup Investment Community and the Slow Money/Community Capital Community in the Monterey Bay region.
Thursday, Oct 25th: Come and hear from CSUMB alumni, Juana Gomez, Monterey Mushrooms director of human resources on careers in the Agribusiness Industry.
Monday, Oct 22nd, 2018: Save the date for the first Diamond Key event of the 2018-19 academic year! Learn about careers in financial services and network with high-level industry professionals, faculty, and fellow COB students.
Tuesday, Oct 16th - Enjoy complimentary refreshments while meeting accounting professionals from Hayashi Wayland. You will have an opportunity to ask questions and learn more about the exciting careers accounting has to offer.
Monday, October 8th - Practice your interviewing skills and get feedback from HR and business professionals. Don't miss this invaluable workshop!
Wednesday, Oct 10th: Thinking about a master's degree? Visit our table at the Graduate & Professional School Fair and learn about the College of Business Online MBA.
Thursday, Oct 4th - The Agribusiness club will host Aaron Johnson, Aram Stoney, and Jennifer Iverson presenting on challenges and opportunities in the Cannabis Industry. More details coming soon!
Wednesday, Oct 3rd, 2018: Farms of the Future - Changes are coming in the agriculture and energy sectors that will dramatically affect farming in the near future. What are the new career paths in agriculture and energy? What skills and core competencies will be needed? Save the date and plan to attend this year's event to learn more.
Tuesday, Oct 2nd, 2018 - Come and enjoy some food and explore management as a career path. Speakers include Diane Sena of Sena & Assoc's and College of Business Professors Calvin Carr and Jill Hosmer.
Monday, September 24: The Business Club and Diamond Key Professional Program offers an opportunity for you to prepare for your next term by chatting with the College of Business professors and students over pizza!
Are you attending the Job and Internship Fair? Do you need professional clothing? Stop by the University Center to get free-gently used professional clothing TODAY until Monday, September 24th!
Tuesday, Sept 11, 2018 at 6pm in T&A Library Rm 1128: The CSUMB Agribusiness Club kicks off their Speakers Series with Luis Amaral, supervisor at Taylor Farms responsible for production operations in the U.S. and in Mexico. If you're interested in a management position in production, logistics, or supply chain don't miss this opportunity to learn about what it's like to work in these areas of management from someone who does.
Aug 25, 2018, 11:00am-12:30pm, Gambord BIT Building 506 Attention freshman and transfer students: Come meet your dean, faculty, and fellow students at this fun-filled event complete with snacks, games, and raffle prizes! Representatives from College of Business student clubs will be on hand as well to help you get connected. Don't miss it!
College of Business Alumni are invited to join us on Friday, July 27th, 2018 for a day of brainstorming, planning, networking & socializing at the 2nd Annual College of Business Alumni Summer Retreat.
May 19, 2018 - Congratulations to our largest cohort of undergraduates (326) ever and one of our largest MBA cohorts (88)!
May 16th & 17th, 2018 - Come and cheer on our senior students as they present their Capstone projects.
Summer Classes Begin June 4th!
THIS Saturday, May 12th - OPEN TO THE PUBLIC!. Meet the 2018 Startup Challenge Finalists at the Venture Showcase. Watch and cheer on the top finalists. Finalist exhibit hall & award presentation will be followed by a networking reception.
Apply to represent the College of Business students in the Associated Students, your student government! Hiring begins April 16th and applications are available at csumb.edu/as.
"The Ethics of Fake News"; newly formed COB Student Council; 2nd Sustainable Hospitality Development Symposium planned for fall 2018; Pebble Beach Concours D'Elegance-COB SHM Program Partnership; Startup Monterey Bay Tech Meetup's new location in Pacific Grove. . .
Wednesday, May 2nd - The 11th annual Business Showcase. honoring Outstanding Seniors and Business and Community Partners.
Tuesday, May 1st - College of Business Faculty member and author, Tom E. Jones, reveals what "doers" DO that makes them so valuable and how you can become a "doer"!
Wednesday, April 25 - This year's event will inspire students as five alumni share their stories on transitioning from college student to career professional.
Monday, April 23rd - Managers from Wells Fargo, Rabobank and 1st Capital will host tables in the Gambord BIT building lobby and want to get to know you and help you explore career opportunities in the financial industry.
Monday, April 23rd - Identifying your authentic self is the key to finding a fit between you and a job/career. AT&T External Affairs vp, Bettye Saxon, brings her unique perspective to job search strategies.
Monday, April 16th - Google VP & Founder of Google Creative Lab, Andy Berndt, will show you how using your creativity in your job can give you a competitive edge.
Thursday, April 12 - TONIGHT at 6pm in BIT 112! Guest speaker, Vince Ballesteros, CEO of River Fresh Farms, specializes in coordinated logistics, with 25 years of agriculture expertise in Salinas Valley.
March 29, 2018 - Jim Bogart, president of the Growers Shippers Association, and Cesar Lara, Executive Director of the AFL-CIO workers union for the central coast, spoke to Agribusiness club members and students from a variety of majors on local labor issues in agriculture. Read more. . .
April 11-13: Considering an MBA? The College of Business MBA Program will host a table at Spring 2018 GradFest at the University Center Ballroom.
May 16th & 17th - SAVE THE DATE for Spring 2018 Capstone, when graduating seniors from the College of Business will present their projects.
Thursday, April 5th - Attn: General BSBA and Agribusiness Concentration students! Join us for a discussion panel where you'll get first-hand information on careers in the Agriculture industry from featured speakers representing C H Robinson, Driscoll's Berries, and Tanimura & Antle.
Thursday, March 29th - David Lopez, COO of Latino Tax Professionals, makes doing your own taxes easy!
Saturday, April 7th - Freshman and Transfer Students admitted to Cal State Monterey Bay for Fall 2018 are invited to attend the Admitted Student Reception. Come visit our beautiful campus and get the answers to all of your questions. This is the day to truly find out if Cal State Monterey Bay and our otter family is the right place for you.
Thursday, Mar. 29th - How do agribusiness management and labor organizations work together to produce the best outcome for both sides? Cesar Lara, Executive Director of the Monterey Bay Central Labor Council, and James Bogart, President of the Board of Directors of the Grower-Shipper Association, offer their perspectives on this important question.
Monday, March 26th - Lesley Everett's 3rd and final workshop on personal branding. Get feedback from HR professionals on your interviewing, resume, or LinkedIn in 5-minute sessions.
Business Finance and Accounting tutors needed! The Cooperative Learning Center (CLC) is hosting hiring info sessions on Thursday, 3/15, and Monday, 3/26. Apply by March 31st through Otter Jobs. Visit csumb.edu/clc for more details.
Wednesday, March 14th - Don't miss "The Ethics of Fake News: Who Controls the Future of Democracy?" This year's topic promises to stimulate a lively and thought-provoking debate!
Tuesday, Mar 13th, 6-8pm - In addition to a featured talk/tech demonstration we'll have pitches from great new startups, news about startups in the region, music, fun,and games.
The United Way's VITA (Volunteer Income Tax Assistance) program is available on campus to qualified, low-income CSUMB students, staff, and faculty.
Attend an Introduction to Startup Challenge Workshop! Mentors guide participants to develop their business concepts and compete for cash prizes. Applications due Monday, Mar. 2nd for this year's Challenge. Workshops offered at locations all over the Monterey Bay Area, Feb 15th - Mar 8th. Find out how to bring your business idea to life with Startup Challenge Monterey Bay!
Monterey Bay is at the forefront of Sustainable Hospitality thanks to CSUMB
Wednesday, Feb 28th: Come and hear from industry leaders about challenges and opportunities for women in Agricultural and Technology career fields.
Friday, Mar. 2nd: Applications due by midnight on Friday, March 2nd for positions on the Fall 2018 team! This is a great opportunity for Sustainable Hospitality Management students interested in gaining valuable, hands-on event management experience at one of the world's most prestigious resorts. Click the link above for more info, or contact CSUMB Faculty Advisor, Roberta Atzori by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Friday, Feb. 23rd: Interested in serving as the Senator for the College of Business for the 2018-19 academic year? Candidate Packets are due February 23rd!
Juana Gomez, Human Resources Director at Monterey Mushrooms, speaks to COB Agribusiness students.
Monday, Feb 19th: Join us for the first Diamond Key Workshop of Spring 2018 to learn the do's and don'ts for managing your personal brand online from personal branding expert, Lesley Everett.
SEASIDE, Calif., May 4, 2017 – Twenty-four local startups will compete for $50K in cash prizes at CSU Monterey Bay’s (CSUMB) Joel and Dena Gambord Business & Information Technology Building Friday May 12, 2017 at 3 p.m.
SEASIDE, Calif., May 15, 2017 – Monterey Peninsula College (MPC) and Cal State Monterey Bay (CSUMB) solidified a new pathway program Monday, May 15, 2017 allowing for dual enrollment between institutions for students seeking to complete a bachelor’s in business administration or marine science at CSUMB.
Has Big Brother gone too far? A debate about the erosion of digital privacy.
SEASIDE, Calif., February 13, 2017 – The Sustainable Hospitality Management program at CSUMB has partnered with community leaders, public officials and hospitality professionals to bring the first-ever sustainable hospitality symposium to the Monterey peninsula Feb. 23, 2017.
Join our Capstone students as they make final recommendations to their Capstone clients (local for-profit company or nonprofit organization) based on their comprehensive strategic analysis.
The games that were developed addressed issues including developing financial literacy, helping foster children successfully transition to independent, successful adult lives, touring the CSUMB campus, helping students eat healthy on a limited budget, and navigating the public transit system.
The CPA exam will have a new look for 2017. Join Cal CPA and the College of Business on 11/17 to find out more about the upcoming changes to the CPA exam requirements.
Joel and Dena Gambord support the spirit of entrepreneurship at CSUMB
Dr. Marylou Shockley, Chair and Cindy Merzon CSUMB SBDC Associate Director speak at Summit Luncheon
Take a look at the new Business and Sustainable Hospitality courses being offered this spring.
SEASIDE, Ca., Oct. 17, 2016 -- Cal State Monterey Bay’s newest community outreach program, the Digital Otter Center, provides a variety of free technology services on a drop-in basis to students, businesses owners and residents in Monterey County.
The COB Internship Excellence Program provides customized services to help Business students secure an internship that complements their skills and career interests.