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Young Associates Membership Night Sept 2017

The Young Associates Membership Recepion took place Tuesday, September 26, 2017 at the Asper Executive Education Centre, and it was a huge networking success!

The event gave young professionals the chance to hear about the YA, network and meet YA members, and get to know how the YA supports the Asper School of Business.

If you're looking for more information on joining the YA, head over to the Membership page!

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YA Rocks the House!

YA Rocks the House!

The Young Associates hosted the first annual YA Rocks the House event on April 6, 2017 at the Thistle Curling Club, and it wasa great fundraising success!

Big YA Thank You's to the Thistle Curling Club and Asham Curling Supplies for supporting the teams.

Keep an eye out for the next edition of YA Rocks the House in 2017-2018!

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YA Year-End Wrap Up 2016

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The YA Year-End Wrap Up at La Roca

The YA Year End Wrap Up was held on June 22, 2016 at La Roca, and the Young Associates were out in force! It was a great night as we kick off the summer months! More events will be picking up in August, so keep your eyes peeled and checking the calendar.

Don't forget to register for the Asper School First Year Luncheon, held on September 6, 2016 at the Fairmont Hotel, 11:15 - 1:30 p.m.

Co-Op Program at the Asper School of Business

Asper Co-Op Program

The Asper School of Business Co-operative Education Program is the University of Manitoba’s largest co-op program and is accredited by the Canadian Association for Co-operative Education (CAFCE). The Asper Co-op Program serves as an educational partnership, bridging the employment and academic needs of students, the University and the business community. Through this initiative, employers have the opportunity to serve as mentors to students’ developing careers, access top talent and promote their corporate image by establishing a reputation as an employer of choice.

The Asper School fosters values, attitudes and commitment that set our students apart. The Co-op program attracts students seeking opportunities to gain a competitive edge. Our students are motivated and eager to learn as evidenced by their commitment to leadership roles in student groups, charitable organizations and volunteer activities. Students contribute their developing skills and knowledge to your business, while actively seeking meaningful professional experience relevant to their career goals.

Want to learn more about getting involved?

Connect with us at 204-474-8521 or www.umanitoba.ca/asper/co-op.

See the Dean's Annual Employment Report Here

Board Member Profile: Scott Roehl

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Scott Roehl - Chair of Membership on YA Board, Membership Committee Team Member, Marketing and Communications at CMA

How long have you been a YA member?

I believe I joined YA back in the fall of 2007 through a reduced membership fee for Asper students in their final year of school.

What made you decide to become a Member in the first place?

I was fortunate to have met a few YA Members at events while completing my bachelor of commerce degree. It was through these interactions that planted the seeds for me to learn more about what YA offered and subsequently my decision to join.

What’s made you continue your membership for so long?

Most importantly, it is the diverse group of people in YA that I appreciate interacting with. Membership has its privileges and over the years there have also been some very unique experiences I was fortunate to participate in which I don't believe I would have got otherwise.

What is your role with the Membership Committee, and your main goal as a unit?

I am a team member of the Membership Committee and serve as the Chair of Membership with the YA Board. Together, our committee focuses on attracting and welcoming new members to YA, along with engaging existing members. The Membership Committee is working hard this year to have more direct interaction with members both at events and through phone calls.

Marketing and Communications at CMA sounds very interesting, what’s your favourite part of your job?

Can I cheat and say two things? Absolutely the first favourite part is the great group of colleagues I get to work with. Second part is the variety of work that I am involved in. There is never a dull day.

Has your role with the YA assisted you in finding your career, and if so, in what way?

While YA hasn't directly assisted me in finding a path so far in my career, I certainly credit the organization for playing an important role in my personal and professional development. I can honestly say that YA has helped me to become a better networker and I've had amazing opportunities to learn more about leadership which will hopefully aid me as I continue forward in my career.

If you could say one thing to an individual considering membership in the YA, what would it be?

Join and get involved!