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June 2021
23
WED
The McCombs Chicago Chapter, in co-sponsorship with the McCombs alumni chapters of New York City, Philadelphia, Washington D.C., and Atlanta, invites you to join a virtual conversation between Jon Najarian and Steve Ehrlich.

RSVP and tune in for an in-depth discussion of the current crypto wave, opportunities they see, and where the future may be headed. Don’t forget to bring any of your crypto questions for the live Q&A with Jon and Steve.
 
Wednesday, June 23
5:00pm - 6:00pm

Online
26
SAT
The MBA Class of 2021 is hosting a golf tournament for all local MBA alumni.

The Texas Tilapia networking scramble is scheduled for a 10:30 a.m. start. This tournament is open to all levels of play ranging from "What's a green?" to "I shot 72 at Bethpage Black."

Please contact Jeff Batas at jeff.batas@utexas.edu by June 20 if you are interested. The cost is $58/person and includes the green fee, cart, range, and tournament services. Payments can be sent via Venmo to @Jeff-Batas.
 
Saturday, June 26
10:30am - 3:30pm

Jimmy Clay Golf Course, 5400 Jimmy Clay Dr., Austin, TX 78744
July 2021
29
THU
How personal should we get with our colleagues, managers, employees, or clients? How can we show up for colleagues who need some extra support? Why is building high-quality career connections so critical in the virtual workforce? Join McCombs Alumna Rebecca Otis Leder, marketer, community builder, career facilitator, and author of "KNOCK: How to Open Doors and Build Career Relationships that Matter," to learn about high-quality career relationships, how to cultivate them, and what impact they make on our health, our communities, and our careers.
 
Thursday, July 29
12:00pm - 1:00pm

Online
29
THU
How personal should we get with our colleagues, managers, employees, or clients? How can we show up for colleagues who need some extra support? Why is building high-quality career connections so critical in the virtual workforce? Join McCombs Alumna Rebecca Otis Leder, marketer, community builder, career facilitator, and author of "KNOCK: How to Open Doors and Build Career Relationships that Matter," to learn about high-quality career relationships, how to cultivate them, and what impact they make on our health, our communities, and our careers.
 
Thursday, July 29
12:00pm - 1:00pm

Online