NGU to host Faith at Work Business Symposium
North Greenville University is pleased to host Faith at Work Business Symposium, to be held in Turner Chapel from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. on Thursday, April 21, 2016. Open to all students, faculty, and community, the symposium is comprised of a series of lectures by three Christian business professionals.
Speakers for the symposium include William Renfrow, owner of Renfrow Brothers, Inc.; Donald Wilson, president of Engineered Systems, Inc.; and Peter Freissle, president of Polydeck Screen Corp.
Faith at Work gives the speakers an excellent opportunity to share their experiences as Christian business professionals who integrate Christ-centered values in business with students and local business leaders.
“We are delighted to share this event with all students, faculty, and the community inasmuch as it is a significant part of North Greenville University to not only prepare young men and women to excel within society and within their professional lives,” said Dr. Randall J. Pannell, NGU Interim President. “It is of paramount importance to us that we also empower these young men and women as graduates to make their faith walk an important component of the way in which they interact and make a difference within their spheres of influence,” said Pannell.
The event is free and registration is now available on Eventbrite.
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