Are you a student interested in a career in international business? Do you want to know how to become a global leader? Attend the third annual University of Missouri–St. Louis International Business Career Conference Feb. 25 in the J.C. Penney Conference Center at UMSL. The conference, “Launching Tomorrow’s Global Leaders,” will run from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. and includes a series of workshops, speakers and panel discussions.

Tim Nowak, executive director of World Trade Center in St. Louis, is the keynote speaker. WTC combines local experts with government resources to enhance international trade, promote local economic development, and foster peace and stability through trade. It supports St. Louis County by guiding regional businesses to expand into foreign markets, hosting visiting trade delegations to St. Louis, and promoting the region as a place for international trade relations and economic growth.

The International Business Career Conference is open to all college students and sponsored by the International Business Honor Society and the International Business Institute at UMSL.

Lunch will be provided. The conference is free, but registration is required.

Registration and more information:
umsl.edu/~ibc/ibcc.html

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Eye on UMSL: Sweet ride
Eye on UMSL: Sweet ride

Triton Leaders Allison Lendman, Ashley Schauwecker and Cole McWilliams take a seat in the newly wrapped, UMSL-branded red golf cart outside the Millennium Student Center.

Eye on UMSL: Sweet ride

Triton Leaders Allison Lendman, Ashley Schauwecker and Cole McWilliams take a seat in the newly wrapped, UMSL-branded red golf cart outside the Millennium Student Center.

Eye on UMSL: Sweet ride

Triton Leaders Allison Lendman, Ashley Schauwecker and Cole McWilliams take a seat in the newly wrapped, UMSL-branded red golf cart outside the Millennium Student Center.