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The first ever Stevenson Enactus Small Business Showcase will be held on the Owings Mills Campus on Friday, September 14, 2018 from 1 pm to 5 pm. This project is the brainchild of the Stevenson Enactus Leadership team, and will showcase the many student run small businesses that exist on campus.

The Enactus team has identified over 25 student entrepreneurs who are already running their own small businesses while in school. The showcase will provide vendor space for each of these students to promote their businesses and sell their products and services. The event is planned for the Residence Quad, with the Rockland Banquet hall as a rain location.

Interview with the Enactus Leadership Team:

1.      How did the idea for the Showcase come about? 

The idea behind the event was sparked by a simple question. How can we best promote Stevenson Enactus, the community, and specifically the individuals we choose to represent? Our President started with a SWOT analysis that included the idea of a entrepreneurs “farmers market style” showcase. He pitched it to his board and continued to grow the idea with a close ally, the Marketing Strategist, Sharahya Saviour. The idea was always to bring in another group that could help push our initiative. We partnered with 47House to help execute the mission.

The showcase gives local and out-of-state entrepreneurs the chance to build brand awareness, build capacity within their own  businesses, and overall move the business forward. We wanted to stick closely to the core of ENACTUS (through an entrepreneurial track we can make a better world for all of us.) Why not focus on a group that lacks a resource and needs a stable platform to pivot their business in the right direction?

2.      How did you discover so many student entrepreneurs on campus?

All of our vendors are not student entrepreneurs however the ones that we have connected with were found from previous events that have been hosted at Stevenson that have featured vendors. For example, the campus has held a few conferences in the past that have had featured student vendors outside of the conference. We also reached out to student via social media, we plan to seek more student entrepreneurs at the university’s involvement fair.

3.      Can you give me some examples of some student entrepreneurs who will be exhibiting?

Sk Optimum Organics, is a organic skin care line that is run by, Sharahya Saviour. Evolve offers personal training, nutrition & group fitness services, that is run by Tyler Didra. Kamosé LLC offers all natural body/hair products & children’s books, that is run by Krystal Alexis. RG Artistries offers canvas paintings and posters, that is run by Raven Gillis. These are a few examples of some of the student owned businesses that will be featured.

4.      What do you hope to accomplish by having the showcase?

We hope to spread more awareness of student owned businesses and Enactus. We also hope to start our mission of providing the resources for student entrepreneurs’ businesses to be successful

5.      Have you thought of making it an annual or biannual event?

If this event is as successful as we hope then we will make this an annual event.

6.      Is there anything else you'd like the world to know about this event? 

We are happy to be in the position to provide an event that directly provides a helping hands to students, specifically student entrepreneurs. Our goal at Enactus is to engage in entrepreneurial projects that make a difference in the world and where better to start than with millennial entrepreneurs?

Brittany Miller, Michelle Adams, and Lexi Beil promoting the Accounting Association at the Activities Fair Wednesday August 29th. Thank you for promoting the association in the 95 degree heat!

Thirty sophomore and junior Intermediate Accounting students participated in the Third Annual Accounting Boot Camp.  During the day, the students met partners from CPA firms, revisited their Excel and financial accounting skills, and completed an ethics case. 

During the afternoon sessions, students critiqued "good" and "bad" interview skills and questioned recent graduates on work-life issues including managing the pressure of the CPA exam.  The day ended with each student matched to a mentor for in-depth career and interviewing advice.  

Accounting Boot Camp  

The Independent College Fund (I-FUND) is overseeing the application process for the National Security Scholars Program (NSSP). This program provides:

  • assistance with processing towards a national security clearance
  • provide you with the opportunity to explore a career in national security
  • arrange for a paid internship opportunity within the defense and intelligence industry
  • scholarship for 2019-20 school year

Representatives from I-FUND and industry partners will be participating in a presentation at Stevenson University.


Join us
Tuesday, September 4th, 2018
4:00 pm
Conference Rm. A
Rockland Center


Criteria and application can be found here:

Deadline Wednesday, October 17, 2018 to Jamie Cardillo, Financial Aid Office, Stevenson University.

Final electronic submission no later than Friday, October 19th.

If you are interested in applying for the scholarship and you have questions, please contact Jamie Cardillo, Financial Aid Office (443-352-4295) for further details.

 Dr. Takisha Toler, Assistant Professor of Marketing, hosted over 70 minority marketing faculty from across the US at the 10th annual Marketing Ethnic Faculty Association (MEFA) conference and gala in Boston, Mass. MEFA’s mission is to promote the professional/career development of under-represented ethnic faculty in marketing and related business disciplines. 

With the primary goal of providing a supportive networks to individuals of African American, Hispanic and Native American heritage, MEFA is based on shared teaching, research or other professional interests in the field of marketing.   Dr. Toler has served as president of MEFA for the past three years and works to foster greater awareness and appreciation of racial, ethnic and cultural diversity in Business Schools and other higher education institutions within the US and abroad.

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