The Honors Program is headed to Silicon Valley! This October 24-27 will continue the Honors Program annual senior experiences in cities around the country. We've conquered New York, Washington DC, and even Chicago. Now, we're headed back West to Silicon Valley. As on previous trips, we've planned a mix of cultural, business and alumni visits. Key to this trip is the opportunity to visit businesses with a Bryant Alumni presence. For example, Salesforce and Google have agreed to host visits in October. Topping off the cultural side of the trip will be Alcatraz and a trip to a local winery, led by George Dooley '78. And finally, the Alumni office is hosting students and alumni for a networking reception. Your support will help offset the estimated $30,000 cost of the experience.
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Wine Tasting at Hall Winery
The industry has great lessons for students entering the business world - product and price positioning, trademark and intellectual property along with the delicate supply chain will all help our Honors students develop an in depth look at this trend setting industry. Each $50 gift supports one student's experience.
Moving 24 students and two faculty to and from airports and around Silicon Valley by bus will cost the Honors Program around $4,500. You gift of $100 will help make sure they arrive safely and on time.
The students will double up, and each room on Fisherman's Wharf Holiday Inn Express checks in at $300 with breakfast included. Your support will make sure our students get some rest at the end of a full day.
Each students on the trip will cost about $1,000 for airfare, meals, hotel, and local transportation. You can make the ultimate gift by supporting one anonymous student! Or consider your gift of $1,000 as support for one of of our advisors .