Accounting Society at CBU helps students prepare for their future

Every business needs accountants. Finances are important for any business, and the CBU Accounting Society’s goal is to help students make connections with businesses and in the accounting field. Sarah Shearer, secretary, Christian studies and accounting double major and secretary of CBU’s Accounting Society talked about the main goals of the club. “The main goal […]

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Costs push companies to move headquarters out of California

A lot of prominent businesses got their start in California, but over the past few years many businesses have decided that the cost of living and the rise of taxes and real estate prices are enough to make them move their headquarters out of California and to states with easier taxes and where they would […]

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School of Business extends reach of Leadership Studies Program

Starting this semester, CBU’s Leadership Studies Program will be hosted by the Robert K. Jabs School of Business, and they have big plans for it. They want a wide reach for the program, as anyone can benefit from strong leadership skills. Dr. Gaynell Vanderslice, assistant professor of business management and the new program director for […]

Camille Grochowski | Banner | Karla Delgado, senior Business Adminsitration major, talks to an emplyee from Consolidated Electrical Distributors (CED) about a possible job oportunity after she graduates this April.

CBU hosts Spring Expo career fair

California Baptist University’s Career Center hosted the Spring Expo career fair Feb. 19, where 100 companies were represented and offered opportunities to students for at least 400 positions. The event occurs every February, and this career fair had opportunities for all majors. Lisa Singer, employer relations specialist and event coordinator, said contrary to popular belief, […]

Luc Stringer | Banner | Dawn Carter, internship specialist, speaks with a student in the Jabs lobby about future careers.

CBU staff member hosts internship session

A staff member at California Baptist University held open office hours in the lobby of the Robert K. Jabs School of Business Jan. 27 to inform and educate students on potential internship opportunities accredited by the university. Dawn Carter, client relations and internship specialist, said her role is to connect students with practical learning experiences […]

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Instagram Acts As New ‘Business Card’ for Gaining Clients

With social media’s growing influence, business cards are no longer as essential as they used to be for new businesses. Many businesses people might never have heard of before can easily be found through Instagram searches or shared content. As a result of this more efficient alternative to business cards, some skip the creation of […]