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Pathways to $uccess--Doing What Matter$!

CBEA returns to Monterey!

November 14-16, 2014

Hyatt Regency Hotel

Monterey, California

Please note that this is a very busy weekend. there is a huge Big Sur Half Marathon and many events which will impact your ability to get hotel accommodations. We recomend you reserve your room EARLY. Once we run out of rooms in our block, you will have a diffiult time getting another hotel or will be paying very high hotel rates. Our $139/night rate applies to single/double/triple/quad!


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July 19 – Harbor Tour - Port of Long Beach

Sponsored by CBEA Southern Section

International Business Curriculum/Classroom Resources


Boat leaves promptly at 10:00 am


9:00 - 9:45 am
  Arrive at the Boat – Rainbow Harbor Long Beach 
10:00 am
  Boat departs for a narrated tour of the Long Beach Port/Harbor
11:30 am               Return to Port/Arrive at the Port Office
11:30 am -Noon  

Box Lunch and sharing of ideas/lessons

12:00 - 1:00 pm
  Presentation of Resources and Model Curriculum
1:00 – 1:15 pm
  Questions, additional networking and building partnerships

Contact Jim Dowding  for questions or to reserve your spot



Past Events


"Innovation in Business Education"
 November 15-17, 2013
The Westin Hotel, San Diego, California

Conference Program

Dasha Gastol's Keynote Presentation

Mauricio Monroy's Keynote Presentation



Breakout Session Handouts


Keynote Speakers

  • Dasha Gastol, Marketing Manager, Starwood Hotels and Resorts: “Social Media, E-Commerce and the Digital Revolution”
  • Richard Lederer, Author, Broadcaster: “A Tribute to Teachers”
  • Mauricio Monroy, President, US-Mexico Chamber of Commerce: “The China Factor and its Impact in Education"

The Westin Hotel

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