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Toronto: Columbia Career Services Breakfast Workshop
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Toronto: Columbia Career Services Breakfast Workshop
Presented by the Columbia Business School Alumni Club of Toronto
Tuesday, March 28, 2017 from 7:30 - 9:30 a.m. 
Royal Canadian Yacht Club, 141 St George St, Toronto, Canada Room

Cost: $20 for CBS alumni

You have a tremendous resource available to you – your Columbia Business School and Columbia University Network.  Learn how to leverage that network by attending our Columbia Career Services Breakfast Workshop, sponsored by Boyden Executive Search. Thomas W. Monaco, Executive Director, Experienced Professionals Career Management, Columbia Business School, will facilitate the session and Brian Bachand, Boyden, will address the Toronto job market.  While you are networking with fellow alumni, you will learn:


	How to navigate the online resources
	How to use career services
	How to find a career coach
	Where the opportunities are in the Toronto job market
	And more…


For more information on this event, please click here. 
Alumni Networking EventRSVP
San Diego: CBS/MBAsd March Mixer
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San Diego: CBS/MBAsd March Mixer 
Presented by the Columbia Business School Alumni Club of San Diego
Tuesday, March 28, 2017 from 6:00 - 8:00 p.m. 
Fairmont Grand Del Mar LOUNGE BAR 

Cost: Free for CBS alumni to atend

Come join us on Tuesday, March 28th!  As is customary, we'll have free hors d'oevres and great people!

For more information on this event, please click here. 
Alumni Networking EventRSVP
New York: Blockchain, Beyond Bitcoin: The Technology Catalyst as Good as the Beginning of the Internet
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New York: Blockchain, Beyond Bitcoin: The Technology Catalyst as Good as the Beginning of the Internet
Presented by the Columbia Business School Alumni Club of New York
Tuesday, March 28, 2017 from 6:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m. 
Frankfurt Kurnit Klein & Selz, 488 Madison Avenue (between 51st & 52nd Sts.), New York

Cost: $30 for CBSACNY Members/Students; $45 for Non-members; no Walk-in. 

On Tuesday, March 28, a special panel of experts will offer us a realistic exploration and update on the newest developments, opportunities and challenges in blockchain. Our panelists include:

• Tim Grant, CEO of the R3 Lab and Research Center 
• Andrew Keys, Head of Global Business Development at ConsenSys
• Jesse Grushak, Head of Product at UjoMusic.com
• Marco Santori, Partner at Cooley
• Michael del Castillo, Member of the Editorial Team at CoinDesk

Unlike financial ledgers and databases used by banks today, a blockchain is not updated and maintained by a company, government, or a single entity. Instead it is run by a network of users. Imagine being able to buy or sell shares without requiring a clearinghouse to settle the trade between buyer and seller. Imagine the cost savings, time savings and ability to eliminate the risk of fraud.

This technology enables participants in a transaction to create an electronic exchange without the need of a central authority by utilizing a network of computers on a common network, legitimizing the transactions by a predefined and agreed upon set of rules of executing transactions. Every block of transactions is evaluated and confirmed by every participant in the network simultaneously, secured and stored by every participant and linked to the previous block. Once recorded a block can never be changed or removed.

For more information about this event, please click here. 

If you have any questions about this event, please contact the administrator at
contactus@cbsacny.org. 
Alumni Networking EventRSVP
New York: Block Chain: Beyond Bitcoin, the Technology Catalyst as Good as the Beginning of the Internet
RSVP is required. To register for this event, please click here.

New York Block Chain: Beyond Bitcoin, the Technology Catalyst as Good as the Beginning of the Internet
Presented by the Columbia Business School Alumni Club of New York
Tuesday, March 28, 2017 from 6:00-8:00 pm
Frankfurt, Kurnit, 488 Madison Ave.,New York, NY

Cost: $30.00 for CBSACNY Members/Students/Faculty; $45.00 for non-Members; NO WALK-INS

On Tuesday, March 28, a special panel of experts will offer us a realistic exploration and update on the newest developments, opportunities and challenges in blockchain. Our panelists include:

• Tim Grant, CEO of the R3 Lab and Research Center 
• Andrew Keys, Head of Global Business Development at ConsenSys
• Jesse Grushak, Head of Product at UjoMusic.com
• Marco Santori, Partner at Cooley
• Michael del Castillo, Member of the Editorial Team at CoinDesk

Unlike financial ledgers and databases used by banks today, a blockchain is not updated and maintained by a company, government, or a single entity. Instead it is run by a network of users. Imagine being able to buy or sell shares without requiring a clearinghouse to settle the trade between buyer and seller. Imagine the cost savings, time savings and ability to eliminate the risk of fraud.

This technology enables participants in a transaction to create an electronic exchange without the need of a central authority by utilizing a network of computers on a common network, legitimizing the transactions by a predefined and agreed upon set of rules of executing transactions. Every block of transactions is evaluated and confirmed by every participant in the network simultaneously, secured and stored by every participant and linked to the previous block. Once recorded a block can never be changed or removed.

For further information about this event, please click here. 

If you have any questions about this event, please contact the Administrator at
contactus@cbsacny.org.
Alumni Networking EventRSVP
Energy Finance Career Panel presented by Energy Club
Learn from recent MBA grads on their experiences working in the energy finance industry. Learn about their experiences, career choices, and what they see as opportunities in this dynamic, trillion dollar industry.
Panel DiscussionRSVP
Make the Most of Your Personality (Type): Introduction to Meyers Briggs Type Indicator
MBTI: MYERS-BRIGGS TYPE INDICATOR

ESTJ. ENFP. ISFJ. INTP. ESFP. INFJ.  . . .

What’s your personality type?

In this workshop, learn about the 16 MBTI personality types and how you can use type as a tool to be more effective and successful in your career – and life.

KEY TAKEAWAYS:


	Learn your personality type after taking MBTI assessment
	Understand your innate preferences from professional & personal perspectives
	Appreciate differences in others


COST: $40

Assessment and login details will be emailed to participants.
Online WebinarRSVP
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