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SCS for Social Good

Students and alumni from the School of Continuing Studies will share, through stories and media, how they serve the common good by embodying Jesuit values. Following the panel, SCS will host a mixer for students, faculty, and staff.

31 Jan 6:30pm-12am

The Panel Includes:

John Keyser (BSS '59) - Georgetown alumnus and recipient of a Leadership Coaching certificate earned through the School of Continuing Studies (SCS) Center for Continuing & Professional Education, Keyser will discuss how the Jesuits have influenced is life since his undergraduate years at Georgetown. Keyser will also share how he has found his experiences with the Jesuits to be consistent with his current work in Business Coaching.

Ashley Forrester (SCS '11) - While working full time, Forrester is also pursuing a master's degree in Sports Industry Management (SIM) with the School of Continuing Studies. Last year Forrester traveled with the SIM program to South Africa to witness the World Cup. Forrester will share how her experiences during the South Africa trip demonstrated Georgetown's Jesuit values. 

Rui Manuel (SCS '11) - A master's candidate in the Technology Management program, Manuel is employed as a freelance consultant currently working with an international non-profit organization. He will be speaking on the Jesuit influences that led to his personal entrepreneurial endeavor to bring academic mentoring to his home town in the country of Angola.

Bette Jeanne Larson (SCS '06) - After earning a Master of Arts in Liberal Studies from the School of Continuing Studies, Larson recently completed the Master of Divinity degree at the Lutheran Theological Seminary. Larson is currently awaiting a call to parish as a pastor. Larson will discuss how the philosophy of Jesuit education supports academic scholarships of religion that need not be at odds with religious faith. Rather, academics can enhance faith.

David Arnold (SCS '10) - Arnold recently completed his master's degree at Georgetown University in Public Relations and Corporate Communications with a specialization in integrated marketing communications. During his time at Georgetown, Arnold worked as a cause consultant for Georgetown's MPS PR/CC program. In addition, he assisted in the development of The Transparency Project, a cause marketing research project for Georgetown's Center for Social Impact Communications. 

Copely Formal Lounge

Georgetown University , 37th and O Streets, NW
Washington, District of Columbia 20007

Add to Calendar 2011-01-31 18:30 2011-01-31 00:00 America/New_York SCS for Social Good The Panel Includes: John Keyser (BSS '59) - Georgetown alumnus and recipient of a Leadership Coaching certificate earned through the School of Continuing Studies (SCS) Center for Continuing & Professional Education, Keyser will discuss how the Jesuits have influenced is life since his undergraduate years at Georgetown. Keyser will also share how he has found his experiences with the Jesuits to be consistent with his current work in Business Coaching. Ashley Forrester (SCS '11) - While working full time, Forrester is also pursuing a master's degree in Sports Industry Management (SIM) with the School of Continuing Studies. Last year Forrester traveled with the SIM program to South Africa to witness the World Cup. Forrester will share how her experiences during the South Africa trip demonstrated Georgetown's Jesuit values.  Rui Manuel (SCS '11) - A master's candidate in the Technology Management program, Manuel is employed as a freelance consultant currently working with an international non-profit organization. He will be speaking on the Jesuit influences that led to his personal entrepreneurial endeavor to bring academic mentoring to his home town in the country of Angola. Bette Jeanne Larson (SCS '06) - After earning a Master of Arts in Liberal Studies from the School of Continuing Studies, Larson recently completed the Master of Divinity degree at the Lutheran Theological Seminary. Larson is currently awaiting a call to parish as a pastor. Larson will discuss how the philosophy of Jesuit education supports academic scholarships of religion that need not be at odds with religious faith. Rather, academics can enhance faith. David Arnold (SCS '10) - Arnold recently completed his master's degree at Georgetown University in Public Relations and Corporate Communications with a specialization in integrated marketing communications. During his time at Georgetown, Arnold worked as a cause consultant for Georgetown's MPS PR/CC program. In addition, he assisted in the development of The Transparency Project, a cause marketing research project for Georgetown's Center for Social Impact Communications.  Copely Formal Lounge , Georgetown University , 37th and O Streets, NW Washington, District of Columbia, United States 20007 MM/DD/YYYY