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Evening & Weekend News and Events

Welcome to your new "home" for all Evening & Weekend news and events!  Be sure to bookmark this page.

When necessary, critical updates will be posted here (e.g., cancelled classes due to inclement weather) so be sure to check here for up-to-the-minute information when needed.

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Evening & Weekend MBA Announcements

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FOCUS GROUP REQUEST – HELP KELLOGG BY SHARING YOUR THOUGHTS
Saturday, October 28 / 12:15-1 p.m.
Location:
Wieboldt Hall, Room 262     

Calling Weekend Students! As part of our efforts to attract the best and brightest students to Kellogg’s Evening & Weekend Program, Kate Proto, Marketing Manager of Kellogg’s Executive and Evening & Weekend MBA Program invites you to be part of a select group of E&W students to participate in a 45-minute focus group. The objective is to better understand your decision path in choosing to come to Kellogg and ultimately help us improve our marketing efforts to prospective students. This will be an informal discussion moderated by Kate, and lunch will be served. There is limited space, so please RSVP by the end of business Wednesday, October 18, so we may plan properly for the session. Register here.




Special Events & Conferences

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SKI AND SNOWBOARD (AND WINTER FUN) BRECKENRIDGE TRIP
Thursday, January 11- Monday, January 15
We have now sold out 125 spots for the ski trip! If you would like to be on the waitlist go to the registration website here to create an account and add yourself to the waitlist. No payment will be required at that time. I
f you get promoted to a spot on the trip, you will receive an email letting you know you're in and directing you to pay in full. Remember that each person needs to be registered separately to get a spot on the waitlist.

Academics

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TWO-YEAR FORECAST OF COURSE OFFERINGS ON THE CHICAGO CAMPUS NOW AVAILABLE
The two-year forecast covers academic years 17-18 and 18-19. Academic year 17-18 was included in last year’s forecast. There have been a few changes between last year’s forecast for AY 17-18 and this year’s; please use this version as you make plans for the coming year.  Among the many improvements over last year’s schedule include a much more robust set of electives on Saturday as well as several courses being offered in Wieboldt Hall for the first time.  More specific information for AY 17-18, such as instructor and day-of-the-week, will be available online and in the course planning tool later in the spring when we release the full schedule. As a reminder, this is not a complete picture of all courses available; you remain eligible to register for courses in Evanston. As with any forecast, there is some degree of uncertainty. While we have made every effort to solidify this plan, there is always the potential for unexpected changes in staffing, new opportunities in course offerings, and new information on student demand and enrollment trends.  We hope you find this enhanced planning tool useful.  If you have questions regarding the two-year forecast, please do not hesitate to contact Professor Mike Mazzeo


Career News & Events

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CMC EMPLOYER SERIES: THE BROAD CENTER
Wednesday, November 1 / 5-6 p.m.
Location:
Wieboldt Hall, Room 305

How can you use your MBA to make an impact where it truly matters? Come learn from Erin Keller, Director of The Broad Residency with Broad Residency Alum, about meaningful management opportunities in the education industry, where you can:
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Receive extensive professional development, mentorship, and MBA-level pay

- Be intellectually challenged and given high levels of responsibility

- Undertake the most personally fulfilling work of your life
Register in the CMS Workshop tab.


CMC: REQUIRED FOR OCR – 2018 ON-CAMPUS RECRUITMENT INFORMATIONAL SESSIONS  
OCR Information Session A
Friday, November 17 / 6:30 p.m. – 8:45 p.m.
Location:
Wieboldt Hall, Room 147

 
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OCR Information Session B
Saturday, January 20 / 12-1:30 p.m.
Location: Wieboldt Hall, Room 147

If you have any questions about OCR eligibility or the OCR process, please plan to attend one of the below sessions. We will not be doing any make-ups. Please save the date for the required Informational Sessions. To register, click on the session title below, or visit the CMS Workshops tab. *1 of the below sessions is required. Please coordinate accordingly.



KSA and Club Events

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UPCOMING KSA SOCIAL EVENTS



UPCOMING CLUB EVENTS
MARKETING CLUB: HAPPY HOUR
Friday, October 27 / 5-7 p.m.
Location:
Highline Bar & Lounge (169 W Kinzie St, Chicago)
   
Learn more about the E&W Marketing Club, meet current officers and get to know more about upcoming events and opportunities within the Marketing Club and beyond at a happy hour. JV’s are welcome.  
Register here.


MARKETING CLUB: SQL TRAINING

Saturday, November 4 / 9 a.m. – 4 p.m.
Location:
Wieboldt Hall, Room 147   
Want to work in tech at places like Facebook, Amazon or Google? A strong grasp of SQL could be your ticket. Join Kellogg Marketing Club, Pride @ Kellogg, and EVC for this deep dive into structured query language, a crucial skill for data scientists of all stripes.

Prof. Faisal Akkawi, Executive Director of Information Systems Programs at Northwestern's's School of Professional Studies, presents this six-hour workshop, which is normally held in Evanston.

The cost of the event ($20) covers the workshop, breakfast and lunch.
Register here.







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