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Crystal Ball Dinner 2015

The School of Business and Nonprofit Management invites you to join us for the annual Crystal Ball Dinner, where professors Al Kamienski, Pier Rogers, and Lee Sundholm will reflect on this past year and make predictions about what 2015 holds for the business and nonprofit sectors. Come find out whose predictions from last year came true, and who will take home the two Crystal Ball Awards: Stock Market Prediction Award and Charitable Giving Prediction Award.

When: Friday, February 6, 6:15–9:00 pm
Where: Monestero's Restaurant, 3935 W. Devon Avenue, Chicago, IL, 60659
Cost: $30.00 per ticket; includes a 5-course dinner with your choice of chicken, salmon, or spinach lasagna entree

  • Student Discount: The first 20 current SBNM students to register will receive 50% off their tickets! Use coupon code: STUDENT at checkout


2015 International Experience: Vietnam

The destination for the 2015 School of Business and Nonprofit Management's International Experience is Vietnam, one of the most historically significant countries in the world and a growing part of the Asia and world economics. Download detailed trip information and the application.


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SBNM Graduate Information Sessions

For prospective students who reside in the Chicago area, information sessions are an excellent way to explore the campus and meet face-to-face with faculty and staff. Information sessions are held at each of our campus locations, including Chicago and Grayslake. An information session typically lasts 60-90 minutes and is an excellent way to:

  • Learn about North Park degree and certificate programs, including information about admissions and financial aid
  • Have the opportunity to meet faculty to discuss your career and how it can be supported through our programs
  • Tour the campus and have an opportunity to ask as many questions as you wish

Get all the information you need to get started at one of our upcoming information sessions. You still have time to apply and begin coursework this year. Our next seven-week term begins March 17, 2014.

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