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What is Enactus?

Enactus is a global organization that undergoes business based service projects. At the end of each year, we gain the opportunity to compete in a regional competition and present all of our projects to a group of judges. The judges are composed of business leaders from all different businesses, including Fortune 500 companies. Being a part of Enactus is an excellent opportunity for anyone wanting to improve their presentation, leadership, and communication skills; help their community, and get involved on campus.  In addition to building your campus involvement, Enactus is an excellent resource to receive scholarships, internships, and potentially a future job with a major company.
 
Meetings are in Main B11 at 4:00 on Monday's 
 
 
The meaning behind Enactus
 
ENTREPRENEURIAL:  having the perspective to see an opportunity and the talent to create value from that opportunity
 
ACTION: the willingness to do something and the commitment to see it through even when the outcome is not guaranteed
 
US: A group of people who see themselves connected in some important way; individuals who are part of a greater value.                  

 

For more information visit:  http://enactus.org/

 

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Executive Board

Faculty Advisors

  • Michael Levas: Associate Professor of Business 
  • Dennis Debrecht: MBA Program Director and Associate Professor of Economics  
  • Sarah Esveldt: Lecturer of Business

 

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