• John Pritzker, Bernard Osher, and Anna Eshoo Honored at Menlo College Commencement 2014
  • Menlo College Establishes Exchange Programs with Guangdong University of Finance & Economics, China
  • Menlo College Earns AACSB Accreditation

Internships Lead to Job Offers for Menlo College Students

June 2, 2014: Just a few entrepreneurial go-getters have the opportunity to create and pitch a revenue model for a new app startup, but Menlo College student Seena Amidi did just that during his spring internship with the video search engine start-up, Baarzo. Seena joined half of the Menlo College spring internship class in securing permanent job offers from their internship-sponsoring organizations. In 2014,…

Menlo College Advantage Spring 2014 Issue Now Online

May 23, 2014: Leadership starts here! The Spring 2014 Menlo College Advantage is all about honoring our faculty: Read about the AACSB accreditation, and the tributes to President Kelly, Dr. William Walters and Dr. Marilyn Thomas. Catch up on news about the professors! Read about the Intensive English Program accomplishments, and the great progress of the new Internship Program. Learn how our students are…

Luminaries John Pritzker, Bernard Osher, and Anna Eshoo at Menlo College Commencement

May 20, 2014: John Pritzker '76, Founder and Managing Partner of Geolo Capital, was the keynote speaker at Menlo College’s May 2014 commencement. Bernard Osher, Founder and Treasurer of the Bernard Osher Foundation, was presented with an honorary doctorate for his extraordinary philanthropic efforts on behalf of higher education. The Honorable Anna Eshoo, U.S. Representative for California’s 18th…

Menlo College Reaches the Stratosphere

May 13, 2014: Andrew Vargas ’14 partnered with the California Near Space Project STEM outreach program to fly a high altitude amateur balloon for Menlo College. The project was called M.O.S.S. (“Menlo Oaks Space Shuttle”), and was launched from San Jose at 7:30 AM on April 21, 2014. The highest altitude was 89,000 feet. The balloon landed a few miles north of…