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Hajj E. Flemings Personal Brand Management Consultant Hajj is a dynamic, energetic speaker that connects with his audience to inspire and challenge them to reach their hidden potential. Hajj a former collegiate basketball player lifelong dream of designing footwear for Nike which followed with a series of rejection letters and span a period of 6years before a major footwear company (New Balance) gave him an opportunity. This fueled his desire to design footwear and to be a success in life. During his college years Hajj accomplished many things one of which was his design of the equator cross-trainer sneaker for Mavada Footwear. Since its inception in 1992 the Equator has been the most successful selling sneaker for Mavada. In 1993 he was the first African-American student from Michigan Tech to be selected for Who's Who in American Colleges & Universities. He graduated from Michigan Technological University with a B.S. in Mechanical Engineering and later attained his MBA from Lawrence Technological University. Hajj works at Ford Motor Company as a Quality Engineer. With a wealth of experience in product development and account management through New Balance, DaimlerChrysler and Ford, Hajj has translated his experiences into greater business opportunities and has started two companies the Broken Chains Design Group, Inc. (BCDG) and the Brand YU life. BCDG has a clientele that includes Skechers Footwear, Lear Corporation, as well as various colleges and universities. Their advertising and design work has been featured in GQ, Men's Health, Slam, and Maxim magazines. He also teaches at his alma mater Michigan Technological University where he serves as a Adjunct Lecturer in In Engineering Fundamental department instructing classes on the subject matter of personal branding. He currently, travels as a motivational speaker and conducts seminars and workshops and speaks to companies, organizations on personal brand management, leadership, and success. His passion is to enable people, businesses, and brands to create their signature. The Flemings Group, LLC. //office/ 46036 michigan ave. #232/ canton_mi/ 48188 //web/ //e-mail/ //phone / 877_605_8020 /fax / 866_218_2664

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SHOULD BE UPWARD DEL L I S PR OU D TO SP ONSOR THE TH URM OND B. WO ODARD DEL L UN ITED NEGR O COL LEGE FU ND COR P ORATE SCH OL AR S PR OGR AM A $10,000 scholarship.* An exciting paid internship. The opportunity of a lifetime. That’s what a summer sounds like here at Dell when you participate in the Thurmond B. Woodard Dell United Negro College Fund Corporate Scholars Program. It’s a unique opportunity to maximize your experience, challenge yourself, and build new skills. The Thurmond B. Woodard Dell United Negro College Fund Corporate Scholars Program It all begins with a summer internship and scholarship through this unique program. We offer a variety of opportunities for graduates, including MBAs, and undergraduates majoring in: • Business administration • Marketing • Electrical, mechanical, and computer engineering

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What It Takes To be considered for the Thurmond B. Woodard Dell United Negro College Fund Corporate Scholars Program, you must: • Attend a four-year institution • Hold a minimum GPA of 3.0 on a 4.0 scale • Be of African-American, Asian–Pacific Islander, Hispanic, or American Indian/Alaskan Native descent

• Be an undergraduate sophomore, junior, or senior majoring in one of the areas listed above OR • Be a graduate student in an MS, MA, MBA, or PhD program

Ready to see just how bright your future can be? Visit our website for more on our application and selection processes.

Be sure to apply before Dec. 14, 2008.


* Based on eligibility, financial need, and your performance during your internship.

Dell is an AA/EO employer. Workforce diversity is an essential part of Dell’s commitment to quality and to the future. We encourage you to apply, whatever your race, gender, color, religion, national origin, age, disability, marital status, sexual orientation, or veteran status. Dell and the Dell logo are trademarks of Dell Inc.

What’s in It for You? When you join our diverse team, you’ll work in a dynamic environment with other motivated, talented people. You’ll gain valuable experience while getting a unique perspective on how Dell works. You are eligible to receive up to $10,000 (based on financial need and your performance during your internship), a paid summer internship, and housing provided by Dell at one of their U.S. locations.

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