Seattle University—Albers School of Business and Economics Summer Business Institute

 

Overview

SBI provides a preview of university life for African-American, Latino and Native American pupils with an interest in business. Hands-on seminars acquaint students with college course work in such business areas as economics, accounting, business law, ethics, finance, business administration, international business, management and marketing. Participants visit the corporate headquarters of program sponsors and meet with executives. The program also addresses the college selection and financial aid processes, and current Seattle University undergraduates are available for guidance.

General Info

Name Seattle University—Albers School of Business and Economics Summer Business Institute
Location Seattle, WA
Year-round Contacts 206-296-5700
Program Focuses & Features Badminton, Basketball, Business/Finance, Economics, Swimming
Grade Range (rising grades) 12
Age Range Residential — Coed Ages 16-17
Application Deadline April
Director Carl Marino, Program Director
Residential Fee $50, 1 week.
Year Established 2003
Dates & Sessions 1 session, 1 weeks long

Contact

Carl Marino, Program Director
206-296-5700