ORLANDO /TALLAHASSEE – John Crossman, a well-known Central Florida real estate executive and businessman will kick off Florida State University’s College of Business 27th Annual Real Estate Trends Conference Oct. 21-22 at the university’s Turnbull Conference Center, 555 W. Pensacola St. in Tallahassee.
Crossman, an FSU alumnus and founder of Crossman Career Builders, will open the event for real estate students by moderating two pre-conference sessions, “Networking Keys” and a roundtable session for students and other business leader participants titled, “If I Were 21,” according to Mandy Chapman, program and events manager at the university’s College of Business.
Chapman said the mentoring sessions are designed to “help students understand the wide range of opportunities available to them and to answer questions regarding career strategies.”
One of Florida Trend’s 500 Most Influential Business Leaders, and author of Career Killers / Career Builders, Crossman frequently speaks to and mentors real estate club and real estate society students at FSU, UF, UCF, USF, Bethune-Cookman (B-CU) and Florida A&M University (FAMU) about real estate careers.
“The goal of all of my lectures is to prepare students for their important roles as business leaders and their service to their communities,” Crossman said. “We need students who want a career in real estate to know the vast array of potential jobs.”
For details go to: Schedule – 2021 FSU Real Estate TRENDS Conference (cvent.com) or call 850-523-4200.
PHOTO CAPTION: Crossman flanked by a group of FAMU Real Estate Club students he recently lectured in preparation for their attendance at the FSU Trends Conference. (L to R) Chandrahasa Srinivasa Jr.; Mya Wright; Rachel Edouard; Andrew Lewis; Alexia Panier; Lawarren Meadows; Andrew Lewis IV. (Photo courtesy of FAMU School of Business)
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