Some of the best learning experiences happen outside of the classroom. Get involved, get connected and gain experience in these exciting student programs tailored for CBE students.
Sept. 22, 12-3 p.m. West Village Commons
Sept. 22, 9 a.m. - 1:30 p.m., Stephens Hall, Room 310
Oct. 6, 9 a.m.-4 p.m., West Village Commons
Oct. 20, Stephens Hall
Nov. 17, 2017
Get inspired, get connected and get to work turning your ideas into a business plan with events powered by the minor in entrepreneurship like the Fireside Chat Series, featuring weekly talks with seasoned business founders.
The Associate is the college's signature business case competition where graduating seniors compete for a job offer from a presenting company.
Showcase your business acumen in this fall competition for the chance to compete against other schools from across the region in the annual Weinman Cup competition in the spring.
Got a big idea? Pitch it in the entrepreneurship competitions open to all students and you could win prizes and get the feedback you need to turn your ideas into reality!
Research a product, make a pitch and win prize money in this fun sales competition open to all students. No experience or interest in sales is necessary to participate.
Put your business skills to the test in this hands-on capstone project for the MNGT 481 Strategic Management course, which all accounting, business administration and e-business students take during their senior year.
MentHER is a pay-it-forward mentoring program for female sophomore students at CBE.
In this mentoring program, advisory board members and volunteers from their professional networks mentor student leaders. Mentors and mentees set their own goals, meet on their own time and occasionally participate in group activities.
NSITE stands for Networking, Service, Internships, Training and Events. Increase your career readiness and connect with fellow students, professors, business professionals and potential employers in these fun and engaging opportunities.