On Thursday April 8, Career and Internship Services (CIS) hosted the finals for the Entrepreneurship Week “Pitch LIVE” event. This semester-long program provided an opportunity for LIM student innovators to pitch their “big idea” and win one-on-one mentoring from our industry entrepreneurs.
Writing my book, Fashion Keeps Us Interested, Style Keeps Us INTERESTING! A Beginner's Guide to Personal Style, was oddly nowhere on my radar, initially. A mere concept, but nothing I ever thought I'd set out to accomplish.
While getting my undergraduate degree at West Virginia University, I was introduced to BANGS Shoes, an adventure-inspired footwear company with a social mission.
Throughout the summer, the LIM2020 program has been preparing its recent graduates for their careers and how to apply for jobs. Nicole Pizaro is a LIM alumna who spoke at a program meeting on June 17th.
In this blog, I'll be sharing some businesses run my members of the LIM community who I think you’ll be eager to learn more about.
Fashinnovation held a worldwide online event about sustainable development, highlighting different topics such as social injustice, the Brazilian rainforest, personal branding, sustainability, and many more. Business leaders, educators, and company founders came together to share their expertise on these topics, including LIM Sustainability Professor Andrea Kennedy.