College of Business Administration
Learn the basics of marketing including the 4 Ps and SEO. Advanced registration is required.
Learn the basics of small business accounting and taxes. Advanced registration is required.
Learn the basics of develping apps for android devices. This is part one of two. Second part is October 9.
Learn to write a business plan. Pre-requisite: Start a Business I. Advanced registration is required.
UNI-SHRM will present an interactive workshop about using a LinkedIn profile; presenter is Loren Gardener from Northwestern Mutual. Participants will log in to their LinkedIn profile and follow along with the presenter. LinkedIn profiles can be created at the presentation. All students are welcome. Appropriate dress is jeans and a nice top or causal business attire; no sweatpants.
Covers business structure, government filings/permits, insurance, taxes, financing, and more. Advanced registration is required.
Learn the basics of develping apps for various platforms and devices. This is part two of two. First part was September 24.
UNI's Sixth Annual Elevator Pitch Competition. Winner of the competition automatically advances to the national competition which is held in conjunction with the National Collegiate Entrepreneurs Organization conference later in the fall. All expenses will be paid to attend this event, potential winnings are $2500. Open to public; families encouraged to watch their student compete.
Learn the basics of develping apps for various platforms and devices. This is part one of two. Second part is September 26.
The Small Business Development Center will offer a QuickBooks Level I class. The course will be taught by Judy Schindel of Grant & Schindel CPAS, Inc. Participants will learn how to set up a company, customer and vendor files, and chart of accounts as well as how to manage revenue and expenses including sales, invoicing, bill paying and tracking expenses. All materials are included with the registration fee of $25; registration is limited to the first 30 participants. Basic computer knowledge is required.