11/15/2017 - 11/16/2017
Vanderbilt University MAcc Program
Center for Career & Proffessional Development, Danville KY
Interested in a career in business?
The Vanderbilt Master of Accountancy (MAcc) is a full time, one-year degree
program that prepares students from all academic backgrounds for a successful
career in business. Choose between MAcc Assurance or MAcc Valuation
depending on your career goals. With about 50 students per graduating class, our
students build relationships with faculty and program directors and are
guaranteed access to Big 4 recruiters and professionals from day one.
Want to learn more?
Emily Cochran, Director of Admissions-MAcc Programs, will be visiting Centre
College on November 15th and 16th. Sign up to meet with her through this link. If
you are not able to connect with her while she is on campus but would still like to
talk please send her an email to request a phone consult.
CONVO: Kuumba Lynx
Norton Center for the Arts – Weisiger Theatre, Danville KY
Coming to Centre for our annual Poverty and Homelessness Week, Kuumba Lynx will educate us about the realities of urban poverty and violence in Chicago through spoken word, photography, beat box, graffiti arts, and dance. Kuumba Lynx is an urban arts youth development organization in Chicago. It was launched in 1996 by three female artists who wanted to address the lack of art programs in the Chicago school system. Many teens view Kuumba Lynx as “a second home” and believe it’s a forum for their “voices to be heard.” Convinced that “bullets take lives, but words change lives,” Kuumba Lynx has empowered thousands of young people for two decades. Alongside many of Chicago’s artists, activists, educators, and youth communities, Kuumba Lynx has honed art that presents, preserves and promotes hip-hop as a tool to reimagine and demonstrate a more just world. Kuumba Lynx is not only a safe haven for youth, but the organization allows youth to find their authentic voice and provides them with the resources and platform to express that truth artistically. As a result, Kuumba Lynx has cultivated more than 10,000 youth artists since its inception.
FREE — OPEN TO THE PUBLIC