Insights: Recruiting

Summer Leadership Program - Minneapolis

Transportation
We want to help get you to the event! Below are three transportation options:

1. If you are from the Minneapolis area (or schools recruited by the Minneapolis office), meet at the Radisson Blu Minneapolis Downtown at 10:30 a.m. on Monday, May 21, 2018. The Radisson Blu is located at 35 South Seventh Street, Minneapolis, MN 55402. Please pull in to the Radisson Blu parking garage and bring your luggage to the lobby. We will meet you there.

2. If you are from the Dubuque area, the plan is to carpool staff and students to Minneapolis. Specific details are being coordinated by Julie Cirks who will reach out to you. Please plan to depart Sunday late-afternoon to start the trip to Minneapolis. Julie can be reached at jcirks@eidebailly.com or 563.557.6150.

3. If you are from the Mankato area, meet at the Mankato office at 8:15 a.m. on Monday, May 15. The Mankato office is located at 1911 Excel Drive, Mankato, MN 56001. Please park on the west side of the building and come in through the front door. Jenn Faust will be there to meet you. Jenn can be reached at jfaust@eidebailly.com or 507.386.6276.

If you have any questions on transportation, please contact
Taylor Andrews at tandrews@eidebailly.com or 612.253.6516.

Dress Code
Day 1

When you arrive on Monday, you can be in casual attire as we will have activities throughout the day where casual dress will be more appropriate. Acceptable dress for casual attire includes jeans, capri pants, college t-shirts, polo shirts, sandals and tennis shoes. Not acceptable for casual attire are shorts, sweatpants, tank tops, flip-flops and hats. Feel free to show your school pride by wearing your college colors or apparel.

Day 1 - Evening
The dinner scheduled for Monday evening will be business professional. This would include a suit, dress pants, a collared shirt, a blouse, etc. Not acceptable for business professional are jeans, t-shirts, tennis shoes, etc.

Day 2
Tuesday, plan to dress casually. Acceptable dress for casual attire includes jeans, capri pants, college t-shirts, polo shirts and tennis shoes. Not acceptable for casual attire are shorts, sweatpants, tank tops, flip flops and hats.

Hotel Accommodations
Radisson Blu Minneapolis Downtown 
35 South Seventh Street
Minneapolis, MN 55402
 
Phone Number: 612.339.4900
Website: www.radissonblu.com/en/hotel-minneapolis  

Hotel Information: With a prime location in the heart of downtown, just steps away from the business district, local shopping and entertainment, the Radisson Blu Downtown Minneapolis offers guests warm hospitality, an inviting atmosphere and stylish accommodations for travelers of all kinds. One of the top hotels in Minneapolis, the Radisson Blu offers wireless internet.

Reservation Information:
Reservations have been made and you will receive your room key on Monday, May 21. All charges will be billed to Eide Bailly directly, so you will not need to check-in at the front desk of the hotel.

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