Black Enterprise magazine, the number one publication devoted to wealth building and financial empowerment amongst minorities, has launched its first ever College Marketing Program at HBCUs all over America! Christel Eugene is the college representative for Black Enterprise (BE) at Grambling State University and the New Year has met her brainstorming with ideas on how best to acquaint students with the contents of the magazine.
Eugene is pursuing a double major in marketing and hotel restaurant management at GSU. She aspires to own her own health food publication restaurant and magazine devoted to improving the precarious health situation amongst minorities in the United States.
“I believe that for future young Black professionals, entrepreneurs, corporate executives and president. BE is an especially good read as it provides personal financial strategies, career guidance and it keeps readers abreast with major business developments,” said Eugene
“I think that many of you will agree that while many of us excel academically, we are not as aware of the rapidly changing global environment as we should be. Being ill-prepared to demonstrate knowledge on current affairs can cost us a long sought after job, scholarship or internship opportunity and obviously limits our social interactions in professional settings,” Eugene said.
Remember, BE is your ultimate source for wealth creation!
Help dispel the myth that Black people do not read by visiting us at www.blackenterprise. The site is now furnished with even more features so that viewers can access and share important trends in the business world.
Site viewers can get tips from calculating credit scores, opening up businesses, to sourcing post graduation accommodation. For especially business and mass communications majors, BE now offers reduced subscription rates at up to $12.95 annually.
During the 2009 Spring semester, be on the lookout for a strong Black Enterprise presence on campus and please lend your support as Eugene will be:
– Hosting of display tables and events on behalf of Black Enterprise.
– Spreading the word about Black Enterprise events, TV shows, magazines, Career Fairs, Spring Fest, etc.
– Educating the campus community about the various opportunities, i.e. conferences, contests, products, etc. by posting up flyers
– Promoting the sale of discounted subscriptions
– Administering surveys
– Distributing giveaways
For further details or for information on BE and how you can benefit from these reduced subscriptions, feel free to contact Eugene at any time. She can be contacted by calling 318-436-6615 or e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org.