Launching Your Student into College and Career-Advice for Parents, Grandparents and Student

Code: LH32017

Dates: June 17, 2020

Meets: 7:00 PM to 8:30 PM

Sessions: 1

Course Fee: $50.00

There are still openings remaining at this time.

This business executive and college professor will highlight the advice contained in his book, offering practical guidance on how a student can choose a major, use electives intelligently, and then launch a successful career. Helpful information for parents and grandparents for guiding their students. College-bound students are especially encouraged to attend!


Copies of the instructor's book “Welcome to College - Your Career Starts Now!” will be available for cash purchase at $10 each.
Fee: $50.00

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Victor Brown

Vic Brown enjoyed a 30-year career in the chemical industry with FMC Corporation, where he held a number of senior positions and worked internationally in sales, marketing, supply chain, manufacturing, information technology and procurement. In 2002 he embarked on a second career in academia, serving on the faculty and in the administration of Ursinus College. Brown taught for thirteen years in the Department of Business and Economics, retiring in 2014. Brown now works as an independent writer, focusing primarily on topics related to the intersection of higher education, business and government policy. His work has been featured in National Review, the Philadelphia Inquirer, The James G. Martin Center for Academic Renewal, and See Thru Edu (a project of the Texas Public Policy Foundation). He has also served as an arbitrator for the American Arbitration Association, and consults frequently for industry. His consulting work includes personalized coaching for managers and conducting seminars on the topics of business courtesy and protocol. See Brown's website at



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