ore than 60 undergraduate and MBA School of Business students recently spent a day helping the next generation of entrepreneurs, marketers, managers and investors learn the skills they will one day need to be successful.
“I’ve always loved volunteering, and giving back to the community,” said Matt Corso ’19, a marketing major and president-elect of the Student Government Association Class of 2019. “Sharing lessons in business and entrepreneurship teaches me not only how to better communicate, but how to effectively communicate with students to help them increase their understanding of complex topics. It’s inspiring to see these kids’ faces light up when we walk into the classroom.”
However, it's not just the Quinnipiac students who benefit from the partnership.