FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Pace University in White Plains Partners with Westchester Businesses to Maximize Employee Potential
Pace MBA Offers Real-World Focus and Convenient Location While Saving Companies $2,500
White Plains, NY —May 18, 2011— Pace University’s Lubin School of Business Graduate Center is actively partnering with businesses in Westchester County, through its MBA programs, to maximize the potential of their employees. Pace offers MBA programs in Accounting (CPA prep), Financial Management, Human Resources Management, Strategic Management, and more. Employees who apply by July 1st will receive one free 3-credit course worth $2,500.
“In today’s global marketplace, companies look for people who can solve complex business problems and identify and capitalize on opportunity,” said Joann Faraone and Tom Hogan, principals of Level 1 Resources, a specialty search firm focused on placing accounting and finance professionals throughout the greater New York City area at www.level1resources.com.
“They not only require the ‘hard skills’ of accounting, finance, marketing, operations and management “ Ms. Faraone continued, “but also the ‘soft skills’ of critical thinking, leadership, teamwork and communication that are so vital for success. These are exactly the kinds of skills an MBA from Pace University provides.”
Located on Martine Avenue and Bank Street in the heart of White Plains, Pace University’s MBA program has been educating professionals in Westchester County for over 20 years. With deep roots in the business community, Pace has established itself as one of the top schools for aspiring professionals.
Flexible scheduling and financing, dedicated faculty and staff and a real-world focus allow Pace University’s Lubin School of Business in White Plains to offer Westchester businesses the opportunity to invest in their employees’ future and discover a direct application of lessons to their companies’ mission and goals.
For more information, visit www.lubin-whiteplains.pace.edu.
With a tradition of practice-oriented curricula, Lubin has achieved national recognition for both its graduate and undergraduate programs in U.S.News & World Report and other media. Approximately 4,000 students are enrolled in Lubin’s undergraduate, graduate and professional degree programs in Downtown and Midtown New York City, and Pleasantville and White Plains in Westchester County. Prominent alumni include Melvin Karmazin, CEO of Sirius Satellite Radio; James Quinn, president of Tiffany & Co.; Ivan Seidenberg, chairman and CEO of Verizon; Marie Toulantis, former-CEO of Barnes&Noble.com; and Richard Zannino, former-CEO of Dow Jones & Company. www.pace.edu/lubin.
The Lubin School of Business recently has earned a preeminent position in thought leadership on the issues surrounding the world’s move to International Financial Reporting Standards, and has hosted four major conferences on the subject which have received extensive industry coverage, including three special sections of the CPA Journal. The school is accredited for both business and accounting by AACSB International, an elite distinction shared by fewer than three percent of business schools worldwide. It is one of the largest four-year, private undergraduate and graduate business programs in the nation. Its dean, Neil Braun, is a former president of the NBC Television Network and former CEO of Viacom Entertainment.
Media contact: Bill Caldwell, Pace University, One Pace Plaza, New York, NY 10038. Phone: 212-346-1597, Email: firstname.lastname@example.org