Monday, October 23 at 5 p.m. | Levine Hall Lobby, Jerry M. Wallace School of Medicine
Join the Office of Alumni Engagement, Office of Student Success and the Student Alumni Association for a Student Networking Dinner on Monday, October 23 at 5 p.m. The event will be held in Levine Hall, located in the Jerry M. Wallace School of Medicine.
Open to all Campbell University Juniors and Seniors, this evening will feature keynote speaker, Brandy S. Propst, M.Ed, networking, dinner and alumni led round table sessions on networking, interview etiquette, resume building and entrepreneurship.
Keynote Speaker, Brandy S. Propst, M.Ed.
Educator, Speaker, Consultant
Brandy Propst is an energetic educator, speaker, and consultant with over 10 years of experience in higher education. She works with institutions, organizations, and individuals to achieve their goals with passion, purpose and presence. She presents on topics related to personal branding, salary negotiation, mentorship, professional development for higher education professionals, and the first-year experience for college students.
Brandy received her B.A. in Sociology & African American Studies and M.Ed. in Student Personnel Administration in Higher Education from The University of North Carolina at Greensboro (UNCG) and is currently pursuing a Ph.D. in Educational Studies with a concentration in Cultural Studies at UNCG. As a higher education professional, Brandy is experienced in Academic Advising, First Year Experience/Seminars, Orientation, New Student Programs, Parent/Family Programs, and Graduate Admissions. She currently works in the Division of Academic Affairs as the Director of Elon 101 & Assistant Director of Academic Advising in the Office of Academic Support and Advising at Elon University. Read Brandy’s full biography.
Register here or text StudentDinner to 51555.
Attendance is free but limited to first 100 who register.