CMU Sends Two SIFE Students to Represent School
Two Central Methodist University Students have been selected to attend the Students In Free Enterprise (SIFE) USA Partner Summit according to Julie Bennett, CMU associate professor of business and SIFE Sam Walton Fellow.
Meghan Barton and Sophie Wilensky, will represent CMU in Bentonville, Ark., on September 11_12. These women are two of only 65 students from across the country chosen to participate in this opportunity.
The SIFE USA Partner Summit is an annual event that brings together SIFE students, members of the SIFE National Advisory Board, and other executives from SIFE donor companies. The summit is designed to allow members to contribute insight and growth opportunities to the SIFE program.
"It's amazing to represent Central Methodist in such an honorable way," said Sophie Wilensky, junior marketing and advertising major from Dallas, Texas.
"I am honored to have been nominated and selected to participate. It will be an unforgettable opportunity for us both," said Meghan Barton, senior criminal justice and communications major from Fenton, Mo.SIFE is an international organization that works with business professionals and colleges and universities to give students the opportunity to make a difference in their communities using business techniques, while developing skills to make them better business leaders.
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