World Languages Day
When we left Eppley, I was so enthused after the day we'd had. I was talking to the students in my vehicle about the sessions they'd attended and what were their favorites. I just think MSU put on something really special and I was excited to have been a part of it.Parent Attendee
In the spirit of Michigan State University’s “world-grant” initiative, MSU’s International Business Center in the Eli Broad College of Business is implementing Pro Bono Services for businesses in the Greater Lansing Region (Michigan, USA) which are striving to engage in the global marketplace. The Michigan Export Growth Program was started with a seed grant from the Ford College Community Challenge, which funds projects that meet community leads, create student leaders while building sustainable communities and fostering community partnerships. The program is designed and managed by the International Business Center (IBC) in the Broad School, which will continue the program beyond the term of the grant. IBC is a federally-funded national resource center in international business.
The Michigan Export Growth Program involves faculty, staff, and students who provide a few hours of free service to local businesses to assist them in taking the best possible advantage of opportunities in the global marketplace. Each year, IBC offers this service to a select number of local firms based on a match of the center's expertise, the needs of the firms, and the opportunities that exist. More information can be found in the following article in the globalEDGE™ Business Review.
Reports will be prepared for the benefit of MEGP participants and will become the property of those participants. Confidential business information may be needed from MEGP participants in order for MSU-CIBER to prepare the reports, and as a result the reports will not be made public by MEGP.
Use the following link to Apply for the Michigan Export Growth Program: http://global.broad.msu.edu/megp/apply