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Whether you are an organization looking to enhance your team’s professional skills or an individual striving to gain a competitive edge, look no further than Michigan State University. The executive education and corporate learning programs of the Eli Broad Graduate School of Management provide immense, long-lasting value to more than 2,000 professionals each year.

If you’re ready to drive your career or your organization to the next level, the Broad School can help. Take a look at some of the valuable benefits our powerful programs have to offer:

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How sweet it is.... with Mars, Incorporated at #CareerGallery2016! These reps (one, an EMBA alum) have some solid career advice: "have an idea in mind of a goal, and create a career path within your target company or organization." ... See MoreSee Less

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What's the best way to celebrate Broad's scholarship students and donors? Sparty in a suit, of course.
Here's a recap of Broad's scholarship luncheon.
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#HumansOfBroad "When it comes to job-hunting, get comfortable being uncomfortable. Don't be afraid to network - you never know where your next opportunity could be." - Quicken Loans student ambassadors and Broad students Grant Kirchner (HB '17) & PJ Bonde (Marketing '18) ... See MoreSee Less

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