Past Events

Inaugural event of the Business Crisis Management Center (BCMC)

Date of the event: 
January 25, 2012

The Business Crisis Management Center (BCMC) is a new initiative undertaken by the MBA faculty at the American College of Thessaloniki.  The BCMC provides a platform for entrepreneurs to present the impacts of the current financial crisis on their businesses. The mission of the BCMC is to present tools and best practices available that can help them develop effective response measures. In addition to offering network opportunities, BCMC also provides access to library resources.

I AM A CITIZEN AND NOT JUST RESIDENT!

Date of the event: 
Tuesday, February 7, 2012

Help take care for the urban environment!

Adopt a tree and learn and care for the nature in this city.

Tuesday, February 7, 2012

Volunteers will be gathering at the main entrance of the YMCA at 17:00

Through the YMCA program called:  I'm a citizen and not just a resident, in collaboration with the Deputy Mayor for the Environment, Quality of Life and open spaces, is organizing an event to inform citizens about the trees in their area and encourage them to adopt one of them.

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Οικονομική Κρίση: Προκλήσεις για Μικρομεσαίους Επιχειρηματίες

Date of the event: 
January 25, 2012

Στο πλαίσιο έναρξης λειτουργίας του Business Crisis Management Center, το Μεταπτυχιακό Πρόγραμμα Διοίκησης Επιχειρήσεων (ΜΒΑ) του American College of Thessaloniki (ACT) σας προσκαλεί στην εκδήλωση Οικονομική κρίση: προκλήσεις για μικρομεσαίους επιχειρηματίες στις 25 Ιανουαρίου 2012 (18:00 – 20:00), στο Stavros Niarchos Teleconference Center, Bissell Library.

Mobile Marketing Technology and Tactics

Date of the event: 
January 10, 2012

The mobile tech is growing fast. Morgan Stanley reports "..mobile internet ramping Faster than desktop internet did..." and predicts that mobile internet users will surpass desktop internet users by the end of 2014. Other related technologies like 2D barcodes (QR, Microsoft Tag) provide modern real-time marketing tools to businesses as combined with smartphone use. Want to know more?

The marketing 324 - e-marketing class introduces Mr. Stratos Vlasakidis of ID United.

Presentation Topic : Mobile Marketing Technology and Tactics

Papanikolaou Hospital Project

The "Papanikolaou Hospital Project", a pilot service learning program which began this fall, ended successfully on December 6th  for Anatolia students: Ellise Bash  (ACT), Penny Boutaris (A' Lyceum), Alexander Goropoulos (A' Lyceum), Meletis Nigdelis (A' Lyceum), Tatiana Ilia (B' Lyceum), Narin Ismail (B' Lyceum), Katerina Tori (I.B.). Students voluntarily spent 25 hours each working in the Emergency State Hospital Ward, alongside doctors and nursing staff, on days when the hospital was on duty for the whole region.

Farewell to the 139 Students from Northeastern University

Farewell to the 139 students from Northeastern University and the 11 chaperones that spent the Fall Semester at ACT. You have left many fond memories with us and have made good friends in Thessaloniki for when you come back.

ACT Ιnaugurates Νew Εvent Series

The inaugural “Inspiration Exchange!” event took place at ACT on December 7, 2011. The event consisted of a presentation by Genevieve Laurier, President at Oxford Hub, a student generated and managed NGO that coordinates volunteering projects, training, community outreach, and research in Oxford and other cities in the UK. A lively discussion among degree candidates and study abroad students followed, with ideas for action shared and encouraged and contacts made for future cooperation.

ACT Students Fly to Tirana for Free

Olympic Air has introduced a new direct flight from Thessaloniki to Tiranna, twice a week. The first flight took place on Friday December the 2nd together with a ceremony in the Makedonia Airport, where the Governor of Central Macedonia was present, together with local authorities and top executives from Olympic Air and MIG (Marfin Invesment Group).

Join the Pella Project

Date of the event: 
June 18 - July 20, 2012

Sign up for a four-week academic summer program in Northern Greece at the American College of Thessaloniki (fully accredited by the North Eastern Association of Schools and Collages- NEASC).

A challenging, high quality program of study, with the structure and substance of a true American University. All courses, taught in English.

What is the Pella Project

The Pella Project is a rigorous academic program that offers you the chance to complete two summer courses and get up to 6 transferable college credits:

ACT Commencement 2011: a Wonderful Ceremony

Date of the event: 
28.06.2011

On Wednesday, June 22, the ACT Commencement took place in the open-air amphitheater of ACT. Mr. Nikos Pentzos, President of the Federation of Industries of Northern Greece addressed the graduates of 2011 in a touching speech that could not avoid mentioning the difficulties of our times derived mainly by the tough economic conditions. Mr. Pentzos underlined the most serious obstacles that a young entrepreneur would face in his effort to start a new business today in Greece, but he urged graduates to always stay faithful to their principles and values, no matter how difficult the road would be. “After all, what does high mean?”, he said. “How can we define success? I truly believe that it doesn’t matter how far you get, but how ‘well’ you reach your destination, wherever that is, and how you have remained true to yourselves when one day you take a look in the mirror at the end of the road”. He also referred to the emblematic moto of the 1899 graduation photo “Dare to do Right”, which is also the theme of the celebration of the 125th anniversary of Anatolia College and the 30th anniversary of ACT. “Give one hundred per cent in whatever you do and be fully aware of the choices you make”, he said.

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