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13Apr

LDSBC DOMINATES AT STATE DECA COMPETITION

Written by Laura Kasandra Matus Diaz, Posted in Newsroom

LDSBC DOMINATES AT STATE DECA COMPETITION

After a challenging state competition held at Weber State University, the DECA chapter at LDS Business College will compete in the national DECA competition held April 18–22, 2017 in Anaheim, California. During the state competition, LDSBC students competed with DECA students from all over Utah. Students from four-year universities were included.

03Apr

Legacy of a President

Written by Howard M. Collett, Posted in Newsroom

Legacy of a President

President J. Lawrence Richards will complete his term of office on April 14, 2017. I’ve had the opportunity to associate with him since he took office eight years ago. Two things stand out about this great man: his love for Jesus Christ and his love for the youth of the Church.

 

13Feb

Library wins national learning resources award

Written by Howard M. Collett, Posted in Newsroom

Library wins national learning resources award

LDS Business College has been chosen to receive the 2017 Community and Junior College Libraries Section EBSCO Community College Learning Resources Award for its “There’s a Monster in the Library” program. The award was announced by the Association of College and Research Libraries on February 8, 2017.

28Dec

Once homeless, Gabriel now works in high tech

Written by Laura Kasandra Matus Diaz, Posted in Newsroom

Once homeless, Gabriel now works in high tech

A prompting to walk out in the middle of sacrament meeting was one Scott Fisher felt he should follow. As he exited the building and gazed at the parking lot, a young woman caught his eye. Her slow pace and bowed face signaled her plight and need. Feeling empathy, Scott gave her everything he had in his pocket, a one-dollar bill.  

22Dec

DECA experiences develop leadership skills

Written by Laura Kasandra Matus Diaz, Posted in Newsroom

Life goes far beyond coming to school, obtaining an education, getting good grades and building a career. Multiple skills are needed to succeed. The LDS Business College DECA chapter helps students get hands-on experience by creating opportunities to develop leadership skills. Through DECA, students participate in conferences, competitions, and carry out service projects for the community.

15Dec

Students overcome racial and cultural differences

Volunteering diffuses the challenges of diversity at LDS Business College

Written by Howard M. Collett, Posted in Newsroom

Students overcome racial and cultural differences

What do you get when you invite a Mexican, a white American, a black American, and a Chinese-Canadian to lunch? You make new friends and find a simple solution to cultural strife. That’s what happened recently when Kasandra, Daniel, Dionco, and Dorian went to lunch with me in downtown Salt Lake City, Utah. All four are attending LDS Business College, where students come from all 50 U.S. states and 60 foreign countries.

05Dec

Cybersecurity students push limits

Written by Laura Kasandra Matus Diaz, Posted in Newsroom

  Cybersecurity students push limits

Excitement was reflected in Herman Kravchenko’s face as he set up equipment. It was the night before a challenging Cyber Security competition in Idaho, and the LDS Business College student from the Ukraine knew this was an important opportunity. “You visit a new place, get to know new people, meet future employers, and apply what you have learned in class,” he said. “It’s great for your resume. It’s also a valuable way to test your skills.”

05Oct

New Virtual Career Fairs

Written by Jacqueline Crane , Posted in Newsroom

New Virtual Career Fairs

LDSBC is partnering with the Church Education System to give international students the opportunity to connect with employers from around the world. This opportunity is given through International Virtual Career Fairs.

20Sep

LDSBC’s Mock Interview Week is a Model of Excellence

Written by Jacqueline Crane , Posted in Newsroom

LDSBC’s Mock Interview Week is a Model of Excellence

When applying for jobs, it’s hard to make your resume one that will stand out in a big pile. Then, if you get an interview, how can you improve your chances of getting the job?

LDS Business College has implemented a program to help students perform better in their job interviews called “Mock Interview Week.” This program has been recognized by University Business Magazine for their Models in Excellence Award.

30Aug

LDSBC Expects Rapid Growth with Corporate Connect

Partnership with global companies increases school and students capabilities

Written by Howard M. Collett, Posted in Newsroom

LDSBC Expects Rapid Growth with Corporate Connect

A new partnership called Corporate Connect is helping thousands of people get better jobs— with 42 weeks of training.

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