How Professionals Can Get Engaged at the College of Business
Alumni, friends, and business partners play important roles at the College of Business (CoB). Below, we have listed several opportunities to become a part of our community by assisting us in the mission to prepare capable and responsible business professionals and leaders.
- Hire a CoB Intern/Industrial Graduate Assistant
If you are looking for an intern, the CoB Internship Coordinator is eager to assist you in selecting the best undergraduate student for your job opening. Our students are taught management, technical, and soft skills, as well as ethical values and global perspectives, which are reinforced through application. More...
- Hire a CoB Graduate with a Bachelor's or Master's Degree
When you are looking to hire a full-time employee with an undergraduate degree or master's, think about the CoB. Contact the Career Center to help you select the student who is the best fit for your job opening. Our students are taught management, technical, and social skills, as well as ethical values and global perspectives, which are honed through hands-on application. More...
- Join an Advisory Board
The CoB has strong ties with the business community. More than 200 senior executives from regional businesses serve on our advisory boards, providing guidance and expertise and assuring our curricula remain fresh, relevant, and rigorous. More...
- Be Professor for a Day
The Professor for a Day program brings alumni and other business professionals to campus as guest instructors in CoB classes. If you are interested in serving as a guest instructor this semester or if you would like to be added to the Professor for a Day database, please contact the appropriate Department`s chair or contact the following email address: email@example.com.
- Present as a Distinguished Lecturer
Our CoB Speaker Series brings corporate, academic, and industry leaders to campus from around the country and the world to share their insights on current business issues and corporate strategies. These lecture programs not only complement and enrich our curricula, but also promote and strengthen our relationships with the business community.
- Connect through Social Media
Stay in touch with the CoB via social media. Connect with other CoB students, faculty, staff and alumni while keeping up with the latest CoB news and events. More...