Fresno, CA - In a continuing effort to expand its ability to contribute to the community through civic engagement, the Marketing and Logistics Dept. of the Craig School is looking to increase its database of local community-based organizations (CBOs) that wish to participate in the Service-Learning Program.
Fresno, CA - During the early days of the Service-Learning program established by the Marketing and Logistics Dept. at the Craig School of Business, there was considerable confusion among both students and the Community-Based Organizations (CBOs) for which they worked.
Fresno, CA - While other schools on the CSU, Fresno, campus have their own Service-Learning programs focusing on their own academic specialties and major.
Fresno, CA - The Marketing and Logistics Dept. of the Craig School of Business announced the creation of the first website dedicated to Service-Learning at California State University, Fresno, on Friday.
As part of the University’s commitment to civic engagement in the Central Valley and as a means of strengthening the bonds between the University and the community, the Marketing and Logistics Dept. established a service-learning requirement that required every student in the Craig School of Business to fulfill in order to earn his orher undergraduate degree.
Fresno, CA - Volunteer efforts of California State University, Fresno students in collecting donations for Goodwill Industries http://www.goodwill-sjv.org/ were recognized during the opening of the organization’s fifth store in Fresno.
Record-Breaking Team - The Members of instructor Guy Decatrels's (center) record-breaking team are, from left: Brian Menge, Dina Josan, Dianna Morgan, Luvpreet Atwal, Samantha Avants, and Jered Cox.
Fresno, CA - The Spring ’07 semester at the Craig School of Business proved to be exceptional for two teams of Marketing 100S Service-Learning students who broke two previous ReadFresno records.
Fresno, CA - A new Service-Learning website launched in August of 2007 offers undergraduate students at the Craig School of Business and its community partners several significant benefits beginning with the Fall ’07 semester.
"The University has made a major commitment to encouraging service learning courses across the University."
The mission of The Craig School of Business is to prepare a diverse student population for careers in the regional, national, and global business environments, and to serve the Central California business community as a resource center.