Save the date: Quinnipiac GAME Forum X

| September 23, 2019
Submitted by Meagan Keane for Student Experience - Academic and Career and Professional Development

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The largest student-run financial conference in the world, Quinnipiac’s Global Asset Management Education Forum offers participants the rarest of opportunities: the chance to discuss and debate financial best practices with world-renowned industry leaders.

Attendees gain unique access to explore important developments, challenges and opportunities facing investment professionals within our global financial markets.

This year the forum includes:
• Industry engagement including more than 100 firms and organizations demonstrating their support by providing speakers, panelists and workshop presenters.
• A special career networking and marketplace event for students. This Friday event will enable students to meet with company representatives and participate in career building.
• All attending companies will receive a book of student resumes.

Registration details to come. Click here for more information.

*Funding is available through the DeGroote Experience Fund when the activity does not conflict with any work term or academic requirements.

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