Join us for this sample lecture by faculty member Don McIntyre. In the business sector, certainty is essential. Knowing, for sure, how things will happen, when, and why is key for any successful venture. The Indigenous sector is one of the fastest growing markets and demographics in Canada. Job possibilities are huge for those who understand this market. However, the Indigenous sector is based on a set of exceptions to the regular business rules. Understand the challenges and potential of Indigenous business.
Being job-ready is much more than just going to class and getting good grades. DSB Link is a hub of experiential opportunities (events, workshops, case competitions, etc.) that are free for all Dhillon School of Business students to develop additional knowledge and skills. We are here to help you understand the future industry that you will be working in, provide networking opportunities to meet professionals in your area of interest, and offer guided and independent experiences for learning and development. Attend the DSB Link session to learn more.
Speaker: Heather Harty, Student Professional Development Coordinator
Did you know that you’re encouraged to visit the Advising and Academic Support office frequently during your studies? Our advisors will not only empower and encourage you, they’ll provide tools to help you navigate your academic, career and life journeys. Join us to find out how academic advising is lighting the way.
Speakers: Mike Burland and Sydney McNally, Academic Advisors
The Dhillon Business Students’ Association (DBSA) is a student run organization dedicated to serving Dhillon students. This presentation will run through all the value that the DBSA has to offer. We look forward to seeing you there!
Speakers: Gage DeSteur, Karan Dhillon and Mitchell Nixon, DSB Students
Welcome to Open House at the Dhillon School of Business!
Join us and some of our expert faculty and staff to learn more about what the Dhillon School of Business has to offer—in either Lethbridge or Calgary
We’re excited to show you what a business learning experience looks like at the University of Lethbridge. Whether you have dreams of being an investment banker, sports marketer or Chartered Professional Accountant, we can help you get there. Maybe you prefer a career where you can make a difference through Indigenous relations, human resources management or international business, or maybe you want to start up your own business. Whatever path you choose, we’re here to provide you with the essential knowledge, skills and abilities you’ll need to define your future success.