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April 19th 1999 Edition
BOBA Club Corner Supplemental Instruction
Rowan Library Week VITA News
A d v e r t i s e m e n t                     C o m p e t i t i o n Fall Class Schedule Available
Fall 1999 Schedule Changes Supervised Internship Program
Civilian opportunities with U.S. Army Audit Agency Administrative Assistant         Family Counseling Service
Purchasing Assistant                  East Coast Power MANPOWER

BOBA Club Corner -


The last meeting for the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) is Wednesday, April 21 at 5 p.m. in Bunce 107.

April 22 the Financial Management Association meets in Bunce 205 at 11 a.m.

For inquiries about the Club contact: President – Len DeWitt,

Bureau of Business Associations Executive Board:

President – Josephine Minuto

Vice-President – Michael Cody

Secretary – Lynn-Marie Hilgert

Treasurer – Bonnie Delgado

The BOBA Banquet was held on April 9.

Awards announced at the banquet were:

Professor of the Year - Dr. Da-Hsien Bao

Outstanding Members of the Year:

The Accounting Society - Paul Grassinger

American Marketing Association - Craig Carlisle

Institute of Management Accountants - Jason Melnyk

Nat’l Association of Black Accountants - Mary Jean

National Hispanic Business Association - Professor Kimble Byrd

Society for Human Resource Management - Melissa Ehrnman

Society for the Advancement of Management - Maria Gregoriades

--On April 15, the Accounting Society and Institute of Management Accountants (IMA)

sponsored a CPA Review Course Auction. Award recipients are:

Joe Maurer - Becker-Monette

Tennille Allen - Conviser Duffy

Christy Lemon - Fox Gearty

o April 24 - Trip to Baltimore Orioles Game

For information e-mail Tim Leszczak,

Supplemental instruction

Supplemental instruction is available for Accounting II students on Wednesdays from 11 a.m. to 12:20 p.m.

and from 3 to 4:50 p.m. in Bunce Hall 144.

Rowan Library Week

April 19 – 24, 1999

Tuesday, April 20, 12:30 p.m. - Jazz in the Library with Dennis DiBlasio, Library Foyer.

Wednesday, April 21, 1 p.m. Susan Kemp, Herbalist,

Library Room 226. Refreshments will be served.

Thursday, April 22, 7 p.m. - Talk by best-selling mystery author Gillian Roberts,

Library Room 226. Refreshments will be served.

Friday, April 23, 1 p.m. – Carolyn Furio, Poet

Library Room 226. Refreshments will be served.

*The above events are free with no RSVP needed.

Saturday, April 24, 6:45 p.m. - "Diana Darling, This Is Your Death: An Interactive Dinner Theatre Mystery,"

Library Atrium. Buffet dinner will be served. Tickets are $15 per person.


Thanks to all VITA volunteers for this year’s successful program.

Rowan University was one of the 13 VITA/TCE electronic filing sites. As of April 3,

these sites combined have filed 1,708 volunteer-prepared electronic returns.

Thanks to Lisa Caporale and Brian Gatto for co-coordinating the program for the Accounting Society.

A special thanks to John Mullens and David Messina of the Rowan Library for going above

and beyond to help the students to establish Rowan University as an electronic filing site.

A d v e r t i s e m e n t C o m p e t i t i o n

It’s REAL Company Experience

For MBA and Undergraduate Marketing Majors

Visit the Marketing Dept. for Sign-Up and Details

Sponsored by the Star Group and Hosted by the MBA Association

Fall Class Schedule Available

April 5 – May 4, 1999 . .Touch-Tone Registration (TTR) period.

May 4 . . . Last day of Fall 1999 TTR for all students.

Fall 1999 Schedule Changes


Course # 149824204 Legal Environment, changed from Friday, 2 - 4:45 p.m. to Monday 6:30 – 9 p.m.

Course # 070242001 Seminar in MIS, Instructor – Hamilton

Course # 050630501 Operations Management, changed from M/W 11 - 12:15 to T/R 12:30 – 1:45 p.m.Bunce 109, Instructor – Lee

Course # 050630502 Operations Management, changed from M/W 2 - 3:15 p.m. to Friday 10 a.m. - 12:15 p.m. , Bunce 107, Instructor - Lee

Supervised Internship Program

Spring 1999 Interns


Rodney Guffey, Warner & Company

Adriane Hillner, PFPC Inc.

James Kennedy, Morgenstern & Assoc.

Jennifer Latwinas, Edmund Scientific

Duane Miller, Alloy, Silverstein

Ghanshyam Patel, Prudential Securities

Lesley Wilkens, Commerce Bank

Melissa Ziernicki, Checkpoint Systems


Michael D’Alessandro, Professional Resource Group

Michael Leonardo, Cendant Mortgage

Nino Mevoli, Summit Bank

Panagiotis Ramoundos, Prudential Securities


Paul Abrams, Sacred Heart School

Tersur Agundu, Rowan University

Julie Andrew, Miss Chris School of Dance

Gil Borell, Friendly’s

Jessica Brown, Dominic L. Scola, CPA PA

Michael Bucciarelli, Adv. Logic Systems

Michael Conrad, Merrill Lynch

Elizabeth DiFabio, Walmart

Colleen Egan, Comar Inc.

Karen Grogan, Bank of Gloucester County

Jeffrey Hoehing, United Parcel Service

Ken Johnston, BJ’s Wholesale Club

Shad Newhart, Advanced Logic Systems

Richard Pestritto, Federal Express

Marianne Pitman, Allen R. Pitman Electrical Contractor Inc.

Ryan Stout, Citibank

Stephanie Thomas, Burlington County Times

John Watson, Shenk Bros

George Wright, Finova Capital Corp.


Andrew Adamek, Cooper’s Folly Inc. T/a Bob’s Seafood

Melanie Dougherty, Marty & Barb’s Deli

Jeneen Edgar, Bank of Gloucester County

Jennifer Hamill, J & J Snack Foods Corp

Pam Hardy, WXXM – MAX 95.7

Jennifer McGowan, Bravo!

VideoMelanie Valentine, Domus, Inc

Danielle Vargo, The Rouse Company

Students wishing to receive credit for a supervised internship during the Fall Semester 1999 must do the following:

3 Register for the appropriate internship class:

Supervised Internship - Accounting & Finance

Call # 10085 Course # 050240001 Tuesday 5 - 6:15 p.m. Weidman

Supervised Internship - Administration

Call # 10136 Course # 050646101 - 3 credits Call # 12064 Course # 050646102 - 6 credits

Wednesday 5 - 6:15 p.m. Lynch

Supervised Internship - Marketing

Call # 10163 Course # 050941101Mon/Wed, 5 - 6:15 p.m. Staff

Complete a Position Application/Approval Form

See instructor or stop by Bunce 351D (Supervised Internship Office) for more information.

Look! Three positions available

Civilian opportunities with

U.S. Army Audit Agency

Work as an auditor trainee under the supervision and direction of a higher grade auditor and as part of an audit team. Receive training to gain familiarity with the Army financial management system, USAAA organization, and auditing techniques used at Army installations. Extensive overnight travel, 55% to 75% of the time.

Requirements:- Degree in accounting or other business related field.- 24 semester hours of accounting or auditing (includes up to 6 hours of credit in business

law).- Overall GPA of 3.0 or higher or GPA of 3.5 or higher based on average in accounting or auditing

subjects completed in last 2 years.- Membership in nat’l scholastic society.

To Apply, Submit:

Resume or Optional Application for Federal Employment (OF 612).Copy of your college transcript; official copy required prior to selection.Copy of DD 214 or other proof of entitlement, if claiming 5-pt. veterans preference; SF 15 with required documentary proof, if claiming 10-pt. veterans preference.


Call U.S. Army Audit Agency

New Jersey Field OfficeArt

Payne/Jerry Cartisser (732) 532-3181

Administrative Assistant

Family Counseling Service

560 Benson St., Camden, NJ 08103

Manage office for busy Adolescent Service’s programs. Reception, billing, data entry, word processing, and other clerical tasks.

Requirements: Two years college in business field and at least three years clerical experience. High-level computer skills. Speed and accuracy a must. Able to work independently. Good "people skills."

Salary: Commensurate with experience, $17 - 20K.

No Phone Calls Please! Mail resume to above address or fax to (609) 964-0606, Attention: Nancy Kline.

Purchasing Assistant

East Coast Power

Camden Cogen, LP in Camden, N.J.

East Coast Power, an independent cogeneration power plant producing electricity and steam, is located between the Walt Whitman and Ben Franklin Bridges just off Exit 3 of Route 676.

Compile information and records to prepare purchase orders for procurement of material.

Requirements: Two years experience in purchasing and accounts payable, experience operating forklift and using computerized maintenance management system, strong oral & written communication skills.

Fax Resumes to: Sharon Yoder, HR Manager at 609/395-7027.

Six Flags Great Adventure

will be in the Student Center

Friday, April 23 from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.


Due to the nation’s low unemployment rate, many students will be trading in their textbooks for paychecks this summer, according to Manpower Inc., the world’s largest staffing firm.

"Nationwide, businesses are feverishly trying to fill positions for workers at all skill levels, presenting summer job seekers with an opportunity to find employment," said Mitchell S. Fromstein, Manpower chairman and CEO. "Summer employment can be a turning point for students as they solidify their career goals, build upon their skills, and put their talents to work."

Manpower expects to fill approximately 100,000 technical, office, and light industrial positions across the country in a variety of fields including finance, information technology, manufacturing, and customer service, among others. By working with Manpower, students can enhance what they have learned in the classroom by gaining real work experience.

"Manpower can serve as a launching pad for an individual’s career," said Fromstein. Some students on Manpower assignments receive job offers even before they graduate. Approximately 42% of Manpower’s workforce annually transitions from temporary to permanent jobs.

In addition to gaining practical work experience, Manpower employees can increase their marketability by advancing their computer skills. The company offers free computer training to all of its workers on the most popular software packages and the latest client/server, networking, and operating system technologies.

How to be ahead of the game:

Don’t Wait - inquire now about summer employment opportunities.

Be Selective – explore all options so the job you find will provide experience in your field of interest.

Commit for the Duration – remember you want to be able to use a summer employer as a reference, so stay on board for the term agreed upon.

Seek Training if you want to advance your skills, ask your summer employer about training opportunities.

Manpower Inc., the world’s largest staffing firm, annually provides employment and training to approximately two million people through 3,200 offices in 52 countries, including more than 200 technical offices worldwide specializing in the assignment of information technology, engineering, scientific, accounting, and telecommunications professionals.

This Page is Maintained by: Diane Hamilton, Professor, Management/MIS

Last Modified: September 10, 1999

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