Social Media for Small Businesses: This course will take you through strategies and tactics that will help you market and sell the products or services your business offers. We will go over: Planning your Social Media strategy Creating engaging and creative content Engaging with your customers and clients Analyze your results to improve your strategyRead more
Basics of Marketing/Sales: This course will take you through strategies and tactics that will help you market and sell the products or services your business offers. We will go over: Market research & tools Setting up your business for marketing. Setting up your business for sales. Promotion Tactics Sales Tactics Sponsored and paid for by:Read more
How to Write a Winning Business Plan: This course will take you through the step-by-step process of developing a business plan from A to Z. We will go over: Executive Summary Problem & Solution Products or Services Target Market and MORE Sponsored and paid for by: the United States Small Business Administration, Small Business DevelopmentRead more
How to Start a Business: This workshop is directed to the entrepreneur at the conceptual stage. We will discuss: Personal and business assessment process Basics of a business plan How to finance the business An introduction to different business entities Certifications that can help businesses grow and MORE!
Save Time and Money using QuickBooks Online! Kristin Cavataio, CPA from Presti & Naegele in NYC, will be presenting the following: You and Your Business Set up/Understand Your Financials Have More Control Over Reporting Track Monthly/Yearly Growth Benefits of Quickbooks Pull Reports with 1-Click Organize Bookkeeping Control Expenses Track Inventory Process Payroll Pay Bills Track TaxesRead more
NJCU’s Musical Theatre Workshop presents Disney on Broadway, featuring the biggest musical moments from The Lion King, Aladdin, Newsies, Mary Poppins, Beauty and the Beast, and many more, sung and danced with a live orchestra.
NJCU’s Opera Workshop presents Engelbert Humperdinck’s Hansel and Gretel, based on the beloved Grimm’s fairy tale.
The adventurous New Thread Quartet presents a kaleidoscope of contemporary chamber music for four saxophones. These unique compositions, all created in the past six years, range in inspiration from post-World War II jazz in Europe to sunsets in New Mexico.
The 60 musicians of the NJCU Symphony of Winds & Percussion play a program of new and traditional music, featuring the US premiere of Puigsoliu (1957) by Catalan composer Joaquim Serra. FREE and open to the public, just register to reserve your seat!
The NJCU Concert Chorale and Chamber Singers present a selection of music by Leonard Bernstein, Rene Clausen, Giovanni Palestrina, and others.
One of most recorded and celebrated bassists in contemporary Latin jazz takes the stage with NJCU’s resident student jazz orchestra. An evening of hot Latin sounds, inspiration and fiery rhythm honoring Latin America’s rich contributions to jazz music.
Celebrate Halloween with NJCU’s Woodwind, Brass, and Percussion program! Get into the Halloween spirit with a spooky concert of classical and popular music, a costume contest for all ages, and holiday treats.
This panel discussion will explore the theme of the exhibition, “The Persistence of History,” in depth, through artist presentations by Lewis Colburn, Joyce Kozloff, and Debra Priestly. The curator Peter Delman will introduce the exhibition in the gallery and artist presentations will be held in the auditorium next door (B08). The art historian, Dr. DennisRead more