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|DATE / TIME||EVENTS / INDUSTRY||LOCATION|
|Oct 31, 2015|
10:00AM - 11:30AM
|EMBA & MBA Information Session|
Now more than ever the world needs leaders. Leaders to show enterprises and our economy the way forward. Meanwhile, your career has shown promise. Seize this moment to add the missing piece that will put your rising aspirations face-to-face with today's r
Darwin 101, Sonoma State University 1801 East Cota
Now more than ever the world needs leaders. Leaders to show enterprises and our economy the way forward. Meanwhile, your career has shown promise. Seize this moment to add the missing piece that will put your rising aspirations face-to-face with today's rising tide of change.
Beyond knowledge and skills, graduates from all of Sonoma State's MBA programs cite the value of the network that they grow during the program as one of the greatest returns on their investment in the program.
Take the first step towards achieving your career goals with an MBA from Sonoma State. Get started by joining us for an information session!
You will have the opportunity to meet Executive Director, John Stayton, who will provide an overview of the program, including why you should invest, course outline, and program description. Admissions Coordinator, Christine Pinella, will also be in attendance, offering application counseling and support. Breakfast and coffee will be provided. Contact MBA@sonoma.edu with any questions. Come grow your career with us.
One of the oldest wineries along West Dry Creek Road in Sonoma County is A. Rafanelli Winery. Nestled on a knoll that offers a sweeping view of the valley, the rustic winery is still family-owned an...
For those in the business of wine, music can be essential to the winemaking process. This year we asked a number of notable winemakers in Napa and Sonoma counties to share their music playlist prefe...
When all of us first began enjoying wine in adulthood, we heard the same old chestnut: white wine with fish, red wine with meat. It was a rule destined to be broken, if not seriously twisted like a ...