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BLACK BUSINESS STUDENT ASSOCIATION (BBSA)
The USC Black Business Student Association (BBSA) is an on-campus, undergraduate group that is open to all majors and disciplines. Coined as "The Professionals' Club", BBSA is an organization that aims to provide African-American students with workshops and events that will prepare them for careers in their respective professional fields. BBSA provides students with valuable opportunities to network with a variety of prestigious pannelists and speakers at every event. Past networking opportunities have included Big 4 accounting firms, entertainment professionals, the INROADS internship program, corporate real estate companies, and other major corporations. BBSA also sponsors several social and business events throughout the year, such as Secrets of Corporate America, our LBSA/BBSA tailgate, and the Diversity Networking Dinner. This 2010-2011 school year, the Black Business Student Association plans to continue to strive for excellence and serve the African-American community in the most effective way possible. For more information, please email us at BBSA@usc.edu or visit our website at www-scf.usc.edu/~bbsa/.

For more information about Black Business Student Association, please contact Chris Organ at organ@usc.edu or bbsa@usc.edu.


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