by AUTUMN COOPER
Special to The Tystenac
Seven students from Tiffin University, as well as adviser Dr. Danielle Foster, traveled to New Orleans to participate in the 40th annual American Marketing Association International Collegiate Conference.
These students had the opportunity to network with over 1,500 different marketing students from colleges all over the country, including Puerto Rico and California.
Students were also able talk with potential employers and gauge a more defined sense of their career path through the in depth career fair.
“It was so much fun,” said senior AMA member Amanda Traxler. “We got to meet people from schools all across the country. There were some really great speakers there that had great advice about future jobs.”
The conference allowed the Dragons to engage in multiple breakout sessions, including a panel of do’s and don’ts for interviews. This gave the students professional development skills that will benefit them greatly as they transition from university life to a professional atmosphere.
Multiple competitions at the conference the students competed in included perfect pitch, marketing strategy, and sales pitch to name a few. The students made multiple connections to further their network.
“It was overall an amazing once-in-a-lifetime experience,” Traxler stated. “I am so glad I attend a school that supports its students and invests in their education.”