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Division of Continuing Education and Professional Studies

Continuing Education Sponsors Regional Business Networking

NRBP eventThe Division of Continuing Education and Professional Studies partnered with the Newark Regional Business Partnership (NRBP) to host a networking reception at the University’s Gateway Center location. Newark Regional Business Partnership members mingled with University representatives to learn about opportunities at Seton Hall for collaboration and support of the regional business community.

NRBP hosts monthly networking receptions to benefit members. Member organizations sponsor these events to share more information about their organization with fellow members. Mary Kate Naatus, dean of CEPS, explained, "Seton Hall’s Division of Continuing Education and Professional Studies (CEPS) was delighted to sponsor this event in January, where they met a full house of NRBP members including large and small businesses, non-profits, government agencies and consultants. We are eager to partner with businesses to provide custom content to provide employees additional knowledge in the areas of leadership, technology and healthcare."

NRBP Members mingle at Seton Hall Welcome Center

NRBP Members mingle at Seton Hall University Welcome Center.

Newark Regional Business Partnership (NRBP) is a broad-based member organization committed to the success of its members and the revitalization of New Jersey’s largest city. NRBP delivers value in a variety of ways, including connecting members through brokered introductions and frequent networking, informing members through high quality events and communications, advocating for business and economic development-friendly public policies and projects that enhance the Newark region’s competitiveness, and revitalizing the City of Newark by promoting economic activity and collaborations that build a stronger community.

A member of NRBP, and one of the country's leading Catholic universities, Seton Hall University has been developing students in mind, heart and spirit since 1856. Home to over 10,000 undergraduate and graduate students and offering more than 90 rigorous majors, Seton Hall's academic excellence has been singled out for distinction by The Princeton Review, U.S. News & World Report and Bloomberg Businessweek.

Whether you want to enhance your education, expand your skill set, or pursue new interests, Seton Hall University’s Division of Continuing Education and Professional Studies has opportunities for you to explore. With a diverse set of credit, non-credit, degree, professional certificate and training programs, Seton Hall assists executives and professionals, graduate and undergraduate students, as well as pre-college students to achieve success in their learning journey. Taught by distinguished University professors and leading practitioners in the field, our course schedules and modalities are flexible with evening and weekend options as well as online, hybrid and in-person courses designed for people with varied lifestyles. We also offer custom corporate and small business trainings, small group and independent learning opportunities as well as an array of summer programs for high-school aged students. Find out more on our website.

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