Interested in starting a business one day or the lessons an entrepreneur learns when starting a new venture? Then have breakfast with Kim Karetsky ’99 as part of the Loeb Center’s Alumni in Residence Program. Kim Karetsky ’99 is the Founder and CEO of KHK Leadership and Learning, a consulting business which designs and implements customized professional development and leadership services to organizations and individuals. Before becoming a founder-owner, Kim spent 15 years honing her skills and abilities in leadership and professional development at Goldman, Sachs & Co and J.P. Morgan Chase. She took her knowledge and experience to create a company that is now transforming businesses and their people into leaders. This breakfast is a great opportunity for all students to learn what it takes to start a company and how women entrepreneurs succeed.
How does our relationship with money affect our mental health as FLI folks? How does money impact our relationships and connections? What assumptions does Amherst make about the meaning of money for its students? Please join us for open conversation where we'll share our thoughts and feelings about these and other questions involving money.
Join the Arts at Amherst Initiative for our first event of the semester, featuring a panel of members from the Amherst arts community. The panel will explore how creative practice and scholarly practice coexist in each of our liberal arts environment and their specific departments. Panelists include David Gloman (ARHA), Amelie Hastie (FAMS) and Ana Candida Carneiro (THDA), and will be moderated by Dwight Carey (ARHA). Food and drinks will be provided!
Please RSVP to Ellen Mutter, arts coordinator, at email@example.com.
This meeting is open to all faculty and staff!
Do you need help navigating the re-application process for financial aid? In our first installment of the FLI Connections Mentoring Series, the Financial Aid Peer Ambassadors will be hosting a CSS/FAFSA Workshop to answer questions about filling out your FAFSA, CSS Profile and other financial aid inquiries. This workshop is catered towards first-generation and/or low-income students.