MCCC Student and Alumni Small Business Expo Will Promote Entrepreneurs

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Past and present Mustangs who run their own small businesses are encouraged to promote their products and services during a free event at Montgomery County Community College.

The college’s Career and Alumni Engagement Office will host a Student and Alumni Small Business Expo Wednesday, April 26, from 4- 6 PM on the Blue Bell Campus.

“This event will provide both groups a free opportunity to showcase their businesses and hopefully sell their products and services,” said Director of Career & Alumni Engagement Takisha Mundy.

“We’re hoping for organic student/alumni networking, while helping to provide exposure.”

The Expo will be free and open to the community. The event will be held on the campus quad, in the event of rain it will be held in the lower level of College Hall.

The vendors registration deadline is April 7 and can register on Signup Genius.

Events like the Expo are a great way for small businesses to find new sales and for potential customers to find new products and services in the area, said Mundy.

“It’s always a good thing,” she said. “Part of my mission is always finding organic ways for students and alumni to work together, share the same space and watch synergies happen.”

Mundy said visitors are welcome to stop by, and small business owners are encouraged to register a table.

“It’s a great way to support our student and alumni entrepreneurs,” said Mundy.

The Career and Alumni Engagement Office is an effective tool for students and alumni to use to advance their careers or for personal development. Among the free services available include major and career path guidance, resume and cover letter review, job searches and interviewing skills support, job and internship listings, and employer engagement.

For more information about the Student and Alumni Small Business Expo visit Montgomery County Community College’s website.

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