Concordia University Ann Arbor (CUAA) will host a Career Night on Wednesday, October 21, at all three of its Michigan adult-learning centers: Ann Arbor, Dearborn and Frankenmuth. Targeting working adults who are looking to advance their careers through education, Career Nights provide attendees with practical tools, solid advising and a free copy of the bestselling book, “StrengthsFinder 2.0,” by Tom Rath, to help them discover their true vocation.
“As a Christian university, we believe that you matter and your work matters,” said Rochelle Regenauer, Executive Director of Centers and Accelerated Programs. “We believe that you have many callings in your life, with one of those callings being your work. CUAA is interested in partnering with you to help you live out your current callings while preparing for future ones.”
Concordia University Ann Arbor offers a variety of graduate degree programs that are convenient to the lifestyle and schedule of a full-time working professional. In addition, CUAA offers Accelerated Degree Programs for adults looking for fast-paced completion of a Bachelor of Arts degree, Master of Business Administration (MBA) degree or Master of Science in Organizational Leadership and Administration (OLA) degree.
When you have a career you are passionate about, our entire community benefits. Visit our Career Night page for a list of all Career Night locations and to register. For more information, contact Sandra Harris, Ann Arbor Center Director, at Sandra.Harris@cuaa.edu.