David Charney, President of Stealth Monitoring, was an invited speaker at the University of Texas Dallas School of Management, October 15, 2015. David was an invited guest speaker by Mr. Neil Johnson, M.E.d., Assistant Director, to address the undergraduate and graduate students of UTD. The open forum between students and David Charney shared valuable information on career planning.
Once a semester Mr. Johnson invites David Charney to speak on: "Top 10 things I wish someone had told me when I was in school."
The Full-Time MBA and Professional MBA programs at the UT Dallas Naveen Jindal School of Management have been named among the top 50 in the nation by Bloomberg Businessweek.
The Jindal School of Management keeps abreast of corporate and industry needs in providing students with rigorous training and relevant skills for professional success. Programs are offered at the bachelor’s, master’s, PhD and Executive levels. Programs focus on five areas of business specialization:
A broad array of internship and scholarship opportunities is made available to the Jindal School students each academic year. The school operates its own Career Management Center, which students may use in addition to the campus-wide UT Dallas Career Center. At least 40 student organizations are based in the school. Most of these focus on career development in specific fields and build networking, internship and employment opportunities.
Stealth Monitoring headquartered in Dallas, Texas was founded in 2006 to provide world-class surveillance services and technology. Stealth is a leader in live video monitoring for the commercial security industry with over 6500 watched digital cameras nationwide. Stealth monitors cameras proactively to try to reduce and deter crime and has often been able to call police to arrest criminals in real time. Contact us for information of how we can protect your shopping center, apartment complex, auto dealers, schools and other businesses with outdoor assets.
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