Many students are struggling to find work that is interesting and rewarding after they graduate. You can’t follow the same well-worn path of “getting good grades and a degree” and expect different results. In fact, the most of the value and opportunities that a university has to offer lie outside of the classroom.
In this talk, U of U Alumni Kyle Gray will describe some unique strategies students can use to discover their passion, connect with mentors and leverage your university's resources to build a thriving business or personal brand before you graduate.
Kyle Gray a U of U alumni, a former adviser the Center for Learning Abroad, and former director of the Foundry at the Lassonde Institute. He is an entrepreneur and bestselling author who helps startups and small businesses grow with storytelling and content marketing. He has helped hundreds of startups and small businesses create scalable content marketing strategies. While growing his business he traveled the world and worked from his laptop. He’s the author of The College Entrepreneur, a book that teaches students why they should start a business before they graduate and how to take control of their education and leverage their university’s resources to grow their business.
Cosponsored by ASUU and the Lassonde Institute
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Building 73 Room 110