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Business Information Sessions: Biz 101


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Make Business Your Future

The Biz 101 brand at the Naveen Jindal School of Management (JSOM) is committed to introducing students to various business fields. Our JSOM team uses a series of interactive presentations that engage the students with the subject matter through videos and activities, and excite them about a future in the business world! The Jindal School offers four presentations covering a wide variety of topics. Please explore our presentations below.

Our presentations are:

  • Interactive
  • Typically about 45 minutes long
  • Appropriate for junior high and high school students of all interest levels

The Presentations

Biz 101: Make Business Your Future

This presentation serves as an overview of the business world and helps to put into perspective just how diverse and exciting a career in business can be. Students learn about the full breadth of what “business” means and are introduced to fields ranging from entrepreneurship to supply chain management to accounting and more.

Biz 102: STEM: The Engine of Business—Science. Technology. Engineering. Math.

This presentation explores a STEM-focused business career and examines the types of high-demand STEM jobs that are driving today’s economy into the realm of tomorrow, primarily in the fields of information technology and supply chain management.

Biz 102: The Business of Healthcare

This presentation explores what it means to be in the business of healthcare and why trained and passionate healthcare administrators are, and will continue to be, in high demand as charges to the industry develop. Changes are being implemented that are revolutionizing the landscape of American healthcare as we know it. The healthcare industry is one of the fastest-growing sectors of our economy and is a $4 trillion industry and rising.
*This presentation is typically only 20-30 minutes in length.

Biz 102: Going Global

In this presentation, students learn about the importance of a global perspective in business, whether their careers lead them to live abroad or work cosmetically for a company with a global reach. Technology is helping to make the world a smaller place. The gap between countries, cultures and people is shrinking, which brings new challenges of how to do business in a global economy.

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