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Business Administration Club

The Tunxis Business Club provides development activities for its members to gain experience and knowledge in business, promote communication and networking among students, faculty, alumni, and local business leaders, improve the community, and educate the College community on business topics. All students of Tunxis Community College are welcome to join, and there are no membership fees!

Tunxis Business Club Facebook Page

TBC Membership Application

 

Fall 2013 Officers:

Victor Neves - President

Bryan Mester - Vice President

Amanda Scagliola - Secretary/Treasurer

Mark Milewski – Faculty Advisor

Sample Spring 2013 Events: 

Bowling

Saturday, March 2nd, 6pm – whenever

Spare Time, 177 Farmington Ave., Bristol

Membership Meeting

Tuesday, March 12th, 6:30-7:30pm, 6-127

Our guest speakers will be Cristina Taylor and Alissa Belcourt, talent finders for Verizon Wireless.

Steve Pedneault, CPA

Thursday, April 10, 7-8:30pm, CCSU (exact room TBD)

Mr. Pedneault is Principal of Forensic Accounting Services in Glastonbury, CT.  Author of four books on forensic accounting, adjunct professor at UConn, he consults nationwide.  This is a co-sponsored event with the business clubs at CCSU and University of St. Joseph (but we were the ones to get Mr. Pedneault!).

Go-Karting

Tuesday, April 2nd, 6-9pm

On Track Karting, 984N Colony Rd., Wallingford, CT

Club Fair

Wednesday, April 3rd, 11am-3pm, Main Hallway

Help us work our table as we promote our club alongside the other student organizations on campus.

Membership Meeting

Thursday, April 18th, 5:30-6:30pm, 6-127

Scott Alemany

Tuesday, April 23rd, 2:45-3:45pm, Founders Hall

Mr. Alemany is Corporate Director of Operations at the Newport Hotel Group, a real-estate investment and management company with hotels throughout New England.

Spring Fling

Tuesday, April 30th, Tunxis Courtyard

Join us for fun outdoor festivities.

 

For more information, contact club advisor Mark Milewski at MMilewski@txcc.commnet.edu.

Mr. Curtis D. Robinson (left) and Mr. Art Secondo (right) seated

Mr. Secondo speaking to the audience