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March 2021
4
THU
The VIP Distinguished Speaker Series at The University of Texas at Austin is one of the nation's foremost executive speaker series. An event dedicated to highlighting the views, insights, and perspectives of accomplished and inspiring business leaders, students are given the opportunity to learn from some of the most prominent speakers in modern business.

Join us for a captivating adventure of how Mr. Reckford transitioned his personal impact from the private to the public sector!

Registration Link: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/rescheduled-vipss-with-jonathan-reckford-ceo-of-habitat-for-humanity-tickets-142925605333?aff=erelexpmlt
 
Thursday, March 4
6:00pm - 7:00pm

Virtual
6
SAT
Are you fit to be a god? Find out at ABSA’s newest Greek mythology-themed charity event, co-hosted with HBA, TASA, and MISA!

Register at: https://tinyurl.com/TOLabyrinth2021
Facebook event page: https://fb.me/e/8e21x20MB

This year all proceeds will benefit Project Hope, an international non-profit organization that strives to transform the health and well-being of people and communities around the world. While the human population rises, our growing lack of health care workers is becoming a threat to global health. Project Hope provides training for local health care workers, helps countries in recovery from natural disasters, and remodels and resupplies facilities around the world. In the face of COVID-19, our contributions can go towards strengthening health care systems, supplying health care workers with essential medical gear, and providing COVID-19 relief for underfunded communities. Along with raising money and awareness for this amazing non-profit, there will be prizes for top teams!

Registration is open now to individuals or teams of 4-6! Please Venmo @TexasABSA $8 per individual OR $30 per team to secure your team’s place. These donations will go directly to Project Hope and their efforts!
If you don’t have enough people to make it to 4-6, go ahead and register individually, and we’ll match you up with others who sign up individually.

Come out, support your friends, and compete for prizes from amazing partners like Kendra Scott, Chick-fil-A, Pizza Press, Potbelly and more!! Individuals also have the opportunity to win a raffle prize by completing a short, fun quiz on the Greek Gods and Goddesses (*to be released on February 28 through Instagram).

TOGETHER, we can make a difference! This event will be a ton of fun and we hope to see you all there!!
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WHO: You! And your friends! And any lovers of Percy Jackson!
WHAT: Trials of the Labyrinth: reach god status through a series of fun challenges!
WHEN: Saturday, March 6th from 2 PM - 4 PM (with 1-hour time slots per team)
WHERE: Zoom! Participants will be emailed the link
WHY: To come together and support Project Hope!
HOW: Register using the link below
https://tinyurl.com/TOLabyrinth2021

The DEADLINE to register is Friday, March 5th by 8:00 PM!
The form to choose your time slot will open one hour later at 9:00 PM on a first-come, first-serve basis.
 
Saturday, March 6
2:00pm - 4:00pm

Virtual - Zoom
9
TUES
Compete and test your case skills at ALPFA Case Competition! ALPFA's virtual case competition will be held on the week of April 12th-April 17th, and there will be cash prizes for the top three winners. For competition information, we ask that all potential participants attend at least one of the four information sessions before registering. Attendance will be taken at these sessions for verification purposes. The information session dates, schedule of competition week, and partners are listed below.

Information Sessions: (all are 6-7 PM CT)
1: Monday, March 1
2: Wednesday, March 3
3: Tuesday, March 9
4: Tuesday, March 23
NOTE: The case competition registration form closes on March 26. 

Schedule:
April 12: Case Given to Teams
April 13: Texas Consulting Case Workshop
April 14: University Finance Association Finance Workshop
April 17th: Presentation Day

Our Corporate sponsors are Altria and KPMG. 
Our McCombs Affiliated Student Organization partners are Texas HBSA, Texas Consulting, and University Finance Association.

If you have any questions, please contact ALPFA Vice President: Fernando Martinez
alpfa.vp@gmail.com.

Zoom Meeting info: https://utexas.zoom.us/j/96749028393  Meeting ID: 967 4902 8393
 
Tuesday, March 9
6:00pm - 7:00pm

Virtual - Zoom
23
TUES
Compete and test your case skills at ALPFA Case Competition! ALPFA's virtual case competition will be held on the week of April 12th-April 17th, and there will be cash prizes for the top three winners. For competition information, we ask that all potential participants attend at least one of the four information sessions before registering. Attendance will be taken at these sessions for verification purposes. The information session dates, schedule of competition week, and partners are listed below.

Information Sessions: (all are 6-7 PM CT)
1: Monday, March 1
2: Wednesday, March 3
3: Tuesday, March 9
4: Tuesday, March 23
NOTE: The case competition registration form closes on March 26. 

Schedule:
April 12: Case Given to Teams
April 13: Texas Consulting Case Workshop
April 14: University Finance Association Finance Workshop
April 17th: Presentation Day

Our Corporate sponsors are Altria and KPMG. 
Our McCombs Affiliated Student Organization partners are Texas HBSA, Texas Consulting, and University Finance Association.

If you have any questions, please contact ALPFA Vice President: Fernando Martinez
alpfa.vp@gmail.com.

Zoom Meeting info: https://utexas.zoom.us/j/95570644740  Meeting ID: 955 7064 4740
 
Tuesday, March 23
6:00pm - 7:00pm

Virtual - Zoom
April 2021
5
MON
The first step in the study abroad process is attending an information session. These are open forum-style sessions to answer any questions you have, and to provide basic information about the international opportunities BBA International Programs has to offer. Learn about funding and scholarship resources, program types, application processes and deadlines. Hear from students who have recently returned from programs abroad and international exchange students about their experience overseas.

INFO SESSION REQUIREMENTS
To study abroad on a Semester Program (Fall, Spring, Summer Exchange or year-long), you MUST attend an information session before you can schedule a required appointment with a Semester Programs Coordinator.

If you're interested in a Maymester, BBA or MPA Faculty-Led Program, attending an info session is strongly recommended, but not required. If you wish to meet with a Faculty-Led Programs Coordinator, you may schedule an appointment, but it is not required. 

Zoom link: https://utexas.zoom.us/j/94366645996
 
Monday, April 5
12:30pm - 1:30pm

Zoom
14
WED
The first step in the study abroad process is attending an information session. These are open forum-style sessions to answer any questions you have, and to provide basic information about the international opportunities BBA International Programs has to offer. Learn about funding and scholarship resources, program types, application processes and deadlines. Hear from students who have recently returned from programs abroad and international exchange students about their experience overseas.

INFO SESSION REQUIREMENTS
To study abroad on a Semester Program (Fall, Spring, Summer Exchange or year-long), you MUST attend an information session before you can schedule a required appointment with a Semester Programs Coordinator.

If you're interested in a Maymester, BBA or MPA Faculty-Led Program, attending an info session is strongly recommended, but not required. If you wish to meet with a Faculty-Led Programs Coordinator, you may schedule an appointment, but it is not required. 

Zoom link: https://utexas.zoom.us/j/97116573507
 
Wednesday, April 14
3:00pm - 4:00pm

Zoom
20
TUES
The first step in the study abroad process is attending an information session. These are open forum-style sessions to answer any questions you have, and to provide basic information about the international opportunities BBA International Programs has to offer. Learn about funding and scholarship resources, program types, application processes and deadlines. Hear from students who have recently returned from programs abroad and international exchange students about their experience overseas.

INFO SESSION REQUIREMENTS
To study abroad on a Semester Program (Fall, Spring, Summer Exchange or year-long), you MUST attend an information session before you can schedule a required appointment with a Semester Programs Coordinator.

If you're interested in a Maymester, BBA or MPA Faculty-Led Program, attending an info session is strongly recommended, but not required. If you wish to meet with a Faculty-Led Programs Coordinator, you may schedule an appointment, but it is not required. 

Zoom link: https://utexas.zoom.us/j/94670306982
 
Tuesday, April 20
11:00am - 12:00pm

Zoom
29
THU
The first step in the study abroad process is attending an information session. These are open forum-style sessions to answer any questions you have, and to provide basic information about the international opportunities BBA International Programs has to offer. Learn about funding and scholarship resources, program types, application processes and deadlines. Hear from students who have recently returned from programs abroad and international exchange students about their experience overseas.

INFO SESSION REQUIREMENTS
To study abroad on a Semester Program (Fall, Spring, Summer Exchange or year-long), you MUST attend an information session before you can schedule a required appointment with a Semester Programs Coordinator.

If you're interested in a Maymester, BBA or MPA Faculty-Led Program, attending an info session is strongly recommended, but not required. If you wish to meet with a Faculty-Led Programs Coordinator, you may schedule an appointment, but it is not required. 

Zoom link: https://utexas.zoom.us/j/99008813991
 
Thursday, April 29
4:00pm - 5:00pm

Zoom
May 2021
5
WED
The first step in the study abroad process is attending an information session. These are open forum-style sessions to answer any questions you have, and to provide basic information about the international opportunities BBA International Programs has to offer. Learn about funding and scholarship resources, program types, application processes and deadlines. Hear from students who have recently returned from programs abroad and international exchange students about their experience overseas.

INFO SESSION REQUIREMENTS
To study abroad on a Semester Program (Fall, Spring, Summer Exchange or year-long), you MUST attend an information session before you can schedule a required appointment with a Semester Programs Coordinator.

If you're interested in a Maymester, BBA or MPA Faculty-Led Program, attending an info session is strongly recommended, but not required. If you wish to meet with a Faculty-Led Programs Coordinator, you may schedule an appointment, but it is not required. 

Zoom link: https://utexas.zoom.us/j/93206899319
 
Wednesday, May 5
2:00pm - 3:00pm

Zoom