Brown College welcomes international students for summer program
Office of Strategic Communication
Students and faculty from universities in India, Korea and Bolivia came to Cal State San Bernardino for the CSUSB Summer Global Program, a leadership program that provides a taste of entrepreneurship interactive workshops, business networking and more.
This is the second year the non-credit program has been offered by the Jack H. Brown College of Business & Public Administration, which has the 37 participants developing “seeker” mindsets, exploring business opportunities, and narrowing ideas through experiential learning and advice with local entrepreneurs.
This week, Garner Holt, a well-known local entrepreneur, provided a tour of Garner Holt Productions, the world’s largest manufacturer of animatronics, special effects and creative design for themed attractions, museums, retail and more. The participants also visited some iconic Southern California and cultural spots.
This year, participants include students and faculty from the following universities:
- Rukmini Devi Institute of Advanced Studies – India;
- Institute of Business Management – GLA University Mathura, India;
- Universidad Catolica Boliviana San Pablo Regional Cochabamba; and
- Seoul Cyber University – Korea
The program is a collaboration between the Brown College, the Center for Global Management, the Inland Empire Center for Entrepreneurship and the CSUSB College of Extended and Global Education.
“It was a wonderful, life-changing experience that transformed my way of thinking,” said Fabio Andres Embus, a 2018 participant from Colombia.
For more information about the program and to get on the program’s 2020 interest list, visit the CSUSB Summer Global Program. This program is open to CSUSB students as well.