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            UAF School of Management Blog

            ASB Visits Atlanta

            ASB Visits Atlanta

            This blog post was written by Dawson Mann, a senior studying business administration with a minor in political science. In the fall of 2019, Associated Students of Business (ASB) sent two representatives to the National Millennial/Gen Z Community conference in Atlanta. Club advisor Amanda White and I joined dozens of students from other universities to tour various corporations and non-profit organizations and talk with executives. The primary goal of these visits was to promote the interests of the community and work to dispel negative stereotypes regarding millennials and Gen Z.

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            NABL wins 2nd Place in Business Plan Competition

            NABL wins 2nd Place in Business Plan Competition

            In March, the Native Alaskan Business Leaders (NABL) traveled to Portland, Oregon to participate in the annual American Indigenous Business Leaders (AIBL) business plan competition. The competition was held at the NIKE World Headquarters. All of the business plans created by NABL students over the years aim to provide Native Alaskans or rural villages a beneficial product or service. These are viable business plans and could be used by club members in the future if they wish. This year’s NABL business idea – created by NABL President Jillian Bjornstad, Jordan Kashatok, Maynard Maglaya, Roquel Mills-Bain, and Judy Obat – was for the development of a forest school called “Tuttu Tumi” Caribou Tracks LLC. The mission of NABL’s proposed business is: “Caribou Tracks Institute is dedicated to promoting the essence of the connection of cultural practices and traditions through hands-on educational activities with traditional and ecological knowledge shared by the Native community.”

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            SOM Speaks: Hear Us Roar – Hayden Nilson

            SOM Speaks: Hear Us Roar – Hayden Nilson

            Hayden Nilson is a UAF alumnus who graduated in the spring of 2016 with a double major in finance and accounting. Hayden was very involved with the GAAP (Great Alaskan Accounting People) student organization during his time at UAF, participating in events like the Alaska Native Corporations Seminar and the Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) program. After graduation, Hayden took a position with Robinson & Ward, PC in Fairbanks. Hayden understands the importance of staying involved with UAF after graduation and gives current students advice about how to get more involved at SOM.

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            ASB Students Visit San Francisco through the National Millennial Community

            ASB Students Visit San Francisco through the National Millennial Community

            Henry Bolanos is a senior graduating in December, 2016 with a bachelor’s degree in business administration and a minor in accounting. After working for a year as a student assistant in the front office of the School of Management, he just began a new student position in the UA Statewide Human Resources department in the fall of 2016. He plans on taking a break after graduating and then returning to pursue his master’s degree in a few years. Henry shared this story in September 2016.

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