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Title: Frosh Mentor Training Session


1
Frosh Mentor Training Session
2
Todays Schedule
  • Icebreakers
  • SFU Biz 101 Workshop
  • Frosh Logistics of all 3 days
  • BMP year-long commitment outline
  • Break for Lunch
  • Professionalism in Involvement
  • Social Dynamics and Leadership of a Small Group
  • Public Speaking, Confidence, and Effective
    Communication
  • Dance Prep Workshop

3
Frosh Days
  • Day 1 Slice Century House
  • Day 2 Touring the World of SFU
  • Day 3 The Red Carpet Boat Cruise

4
Day 1 Sept 5th
  • A Slice of the Business World 300-600 pm
  • 300 330 Registration Group introductions
  • 330 335 Sahar and Sophia Welcoming
  • 3 35 3 50 Speakers - Sam, Bill, Eamon
  • 350 4 05 Ice Breakers
  • 4 05 4 30 SFU Business Powerpoint 
  • 4 30 4 45 Ice breaker
  • 4 45 5 30 Pizza Mingling
  • 530 550 Draw for remaining prizes and Grand
    prize
  • 550 600 Conclusion Frosh Video

5
Day 1 Sept 5th
  • Century House

6
Day 2 Sept 12th
  • Touring the World of SFU
  • Bring up campus security
  • Bring up conduct at campuses/boat cruise

7
Day 3 Sept 13th
  • The Red Carpet Boat Cruise

8
BMP Workshop Agenda
  • 1. BMP Mentor Frosh Leader Frosh Mentors
  • 2. BMPs goals
  • 3. SFU Business knowledge

9
Frosh Mentors
  • BMP Mentor Frosh Leader Frosh Mentors
  • Proteges get closer bond with one dedicated
    individual
  • Enriches amount of responsibility,
    accomplishment, and commitment for each Frosh
    Mentor

10
BMP Goals
  • Goals for Proteges
  • Welcome them to SFU Business
  • Smooth their transition from high school to
    university life
  • Present opportunities for getting involved at SFU
    Business
  • Program Goals
  • Support other Clubs and Programs
  • Attending their events with our first years
  • Encouraging proteges to join clubs!

11
Dealing with Protégés
  • Respect yourself, your protégé and your school.
  • Be approachable and open-minded
  • You dont have to know EVERYTHING!
  • Practice Active Listening
  • DO NOT just tell them what to do
  • Show them their options and let them choose
  • Make time outside BMP events for your protégés

12
BMP Event Schedule
  • FALL HIGHLIGHTS
  • September
  • A Slice of the Business World
  • Coffee and Tea with BMP
  • October
  • BMP Bowling / Karaoke Night
  • November
  • BMP Sports Night
  • DETAILS TO FOLLOW FOR SPRING

13
BMP Resources
  • You can see important updates, RSVP for events,
    and find useful resources
  • http//www.sfubiz.ca/bmp/
  • Section For Mentors contains some of the
    information weve talked about today

14
Follow-up
  • FROSH is the initial party bash to SFU Business
  • BMP continues throughout the year!
  • Any Questions, concerns?
  • Hope all of you enjoy this years FROSH/BMP events

15
SFU Business Knowledge
  • Co-op
  • Exchange
  • BBA Requirements
  • Areas of Concentration
  • SFU Business clubs
  • Competitions
  • Conferences
  • Career Management Centre (CMC)

16
Co-op
  • Why join Co-op?
  • learn new skills, enhance your understanding
  • gain valuable career-related work experience
  • apply your classroom learning to practical
    situations
  • gain a better understanding of your course work
  • explore your career options and figure out what
    youd like as a career
  • build a strong application for graduate studies
  • increase your competitiveness in the marketplace
  • network with other professionals in your field
  • help pay for your education
  • work locally, nationally, and internationally

17
Exchange
  • Requirements
  • Minimum 36 credit hours
  • GPA of 3.00 or higher
  • Declared Major
  • A Valid Passport
  • Where to apply?
  • http//www.sfu.ca/international
  • Thats Rosanne Ng (Rosy) ? SFU
    InternationalBusiness

18
BBA Requirements
  • WQB Requirements
  • Writing Requirements
  • Breadth Requirements
  • Quantitative Requirements

19
BBA Requirements
  • More Details
  • For first half of a student's degree (1-60 credit
    hours) the following requirements would normally
    be completed
  • Lower Division requirements
  • WQB requirements
  • For last half of a student's degree (61-120
    credit hours) the following course requirements
    would normally be completed
  • Business Core Courses
  • Area(s) of Concentration
  • Bus 400 requirements (normally would come from
    an area of concentration)
  • Electives
  • Any requirements still outstanding from the hours
    1-60

20
Areas of Concentration
  • Areas of concentration offered at SFU Business
  • Accounting (Burnaby)
  • Entrepreneurship (Surrey)
  • Finance (Burnaby and Surrey)
  • Human Resource Management (Burnaby)
  • International Business (Burnaby)
  • Management Information Systems (Burnaby)
  • Management Science (Burnaby)
  • Management and Technology (Surrey)
  • Marketing (Burnaby and Surrey)

21
SFU Business Clubs
  • Why get involved?
  • There are business clubs for every concentration
  • Great way to interact others with similar
    interests
  • Become a part of an organizing committee (OC) for
    exciting projects, many with industry experts!
  • Real hands-on skills and leadership experience
    organizing an event
  • Transfer your knowledge from the classroom
  • Have fun!

22
SFU Business Clubs
  • Clubs
  • Accounting Student Association (ASA) Advancing
    Canadian Entrepreneurship (ACE) ?Now SIFE
  • AIESEC
  • Business Leisure and Health (BLAH)
  • Finance Club
  • Human Resources Student's Association (HRSA)
  • International Business Association (IBA)
  • Management Information Systems Association (MISA)
  • Student Marketing Association (SMA)
  • Business Administration Student Society (BASS)
  • The Buzz
  • Business Administration Merchandise (BAM)
  • Business Mentorship Program (BMP)

23
Case Competitions
  • National/International
  • Inter-Collegiate Business Competition -- ICBC
  • McGill -- MMICC
  • IBC -- Texas
  • Royal Roads
  • Enterprize
  • Excalibur
  • JDC West Delegation of 50 students, including
  • Academic case teams (concentration-specific, etc)
  • Social team
  • Sport team
  • CaseIT Management Information Systems (MIS)
    international student-organized case competition

24
Case Competitions
  • Why? Bringing the Classroom to Life
  • SFU Business profile as a top business school
    recognized by recent successes
  • Past participants say It was one of the most
    memorable experiences at SFU
  • Receive in-depth coaching on Business Plans/Case
    Analysis and Presentation Skills
  • Gain the confidence and skills to analyze and
    solve business problems and plans under pressure
  • Travel within Canada, the USA, or Overseas with
    all expenses covered

25
Case Competitions
  • Past Conferences Include
  • Education Without Borders -- Abu Dhabi, UAE
  • Human Resources Management Association (HRMA)
    Conference
  • Vision (Marketing) Conference
  • UVic Leadership Conference
  • Waterloo Accounting Conference
  • Life Pilot Professional Development
  • CUTC-- Canadian Undergraduate Technology
    Conference
  • Converse, Communicate, Collaborate Why attend a
    Conference?
  • Converse with fellow business students from
    across Canada
  • Develop your communication skills and learn how
    to build relationships with people in your chosen
    industry
  • Learn and meet people in one event-packed setting

26
Case Competitions
  • Canadian Undergraduate Technology Conference
    (CUTC)
  • Toronto, Ontario

27
Case Competitions
  • Education Without Borders
  • Abu Dhabi, UAE

28
Career Management Centre
  • Located on the left wing of the Business Lounge,
    the CMC provides the professional resources that
    lead to career success stories.
  • SFU Undergraduate Business Job Postings
  • Online job board through CareerNetwork with job
    postings for undergraduate
  • Full time
  • Part time
  • Contract
  • Permanent
  • Internships
  • Career Workshops and Recruiting Events
  • Career management workshops
  • Dining Etiquette
  • Dress for Success
  • Work Search Strategies
  • Company information sessions
  • The Business Career Expo (at Canada Place early
    in the spring semester)
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