Off-Campus Events

Upcoming Events

  |NEW|- #CafeInnovation: Exploring Unconscious Bias

Join us for a conversation with Dawnita Wilson, Director, Global Diversity and Inclusion at Sodexo. Dawnita’s presentation will go deep on Increasing Awareness of Unconscious Bias, Interrupting Unconscious Bias, and Demonstrating Inclusive Leadership. There will be time at the end for Q+A with the audience.

Date: Thursday, January 17th, 2019
Time: 8:00 AM coffee and light breakfast
8:30 AM Event begins
9:30 AM Event ends

Location: Innovation Works
Allegheny Center Tower 2
Suite 100
Pittsburgh, PA 15212

Register HERE

 |NEW|- Pitt’s Women’s Hackathon

 |NEW|-Ascender Bootcamp Take Your Business to the Next Level

The Bootcamp is a multi-day intensive for early stage businesses that combines workshops, hands on business planning, and access to experts and mentors that can help move your business towards success.

Bootcamp also serves as a platform for businesses to join our community of entrepreneurs and access Ascender resources. Following Bootcamp, we work with each company to create a personalized pathway to success that may involve incubation, mentoring, co-working space and/or educational programs.

Registration Deadline: January 31, 2019

Bootcamp dates: February 21st, March 1-3rd

For more information and register, CLICK HERE 

 |NEW|- PNC Leadership & Education for Advancing Diversity 


 |NEW|- Better Ways to Market Your Small Business

Common Mistakes in Advertising
Tuesday, February 12, 2019, 7-8:45pm. Mt Lebanon Public Library (16 Castle Shannon Blvd, Pittsburgh, PA 15228). This workshop is free.
Lots of marketing and advertising advice is floating around out there. Problem is that much of it is wrong – especially for small and startup businesses. An award-winning advertising copywriter and creative director shows you what’s wrong and what to do instead. Click HERE to register for this free workshop.

Join Professor William Mooney at this year’s CFA Investment Research Challenge presentation and awards on February 21st, 2019 at the River’s Club. Chatham did not compete in this year’s challenge but check out what the competition is all about and get inspired to register for next year!

More details on registration and transportation to come.

 Women’s Business Center Fall Training Programs

Chatham’s Women’s Business Center (WBC) has many new and upcoming programs to help you build and operate your business to the fullest extent.

Click here to see the numerous opportunities offered by the WBC!

|NEW|- International Business Networking Reception

Join the Pittsburgh Business Exchange, in partnership with 8 other organizations, for an ‘International Business Networking Reception’ at the Hard Rock Cafe! You are invited to join hundreds of business owners, entrepreneurs, and other professionals from the Greater Pittsburgh Area and around the world! Enjoy an evening of professional networking, cocktails, & fun!

Click here for more information and for tickets

|NEW|- Grossman, Yanak & Ford LLP Student Leadership Conference

This two day program is designed for students who wish to learn about the public accounting profession and explore career opportunities at Grossman Yanak & Ford LLP. Selected candidates will participate in audit and tax simulations, lend a hand to a non-profit, engage in leadership workshops, learn about our services, network with our people and collaborate in team building exercises. This program is for accounting majors who will be graduating with 150 credit hours in December 2020 or May 2021.

For more information click here and go to “July 2019 Information” under Student Leadership Conference

To apply click here

|NEW|- Employee Ownership Conference

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