How to Apply

Do you have what it takes to be the next Associate?

Assocaite candidate gives a presentation

The Associate 2017 has passed. Students interested in participating in The Associate 2018 can apply starting in late fall of 2017.

Why participate in The Associate?

This is a memorable, once-in-a-lifetime opportunity in which you will grow and learn tremendously both personally and professionally--gaining hands-on experiences very few of your peers will get. You will get to network with and get to know business leaders and representatives from across the Baltimore region. Your presentation skills and confidence will skyrocket as a result of getting direct feedback from executives. And you’ll become a part of the network of more than 80 CBE alumni who have experienced this life-changing opportunity--many of whom say it was the best experience they had at TU.

Participating in The Associate gave me the confidence to be different, to take risks and to push myself to be the best person I can be. ”

Cameron Williams ’09, Health Insurance Specialist, CMS & Associate Alumnus

Application Rules and Requirements

The following eligibility requirements must be met in order to proceed with the application process:

  1. You must be legally eligible to work in the United States and live in the United States. Proof of such eligibility must be provided to the Committee. Acceptable forms of proof include (without limitation) a valid US passport or combination of valid US driver’s license and valid social security card.
  2. You must be a major in the College of Business and Economics graduating in May 2018.
  3. You must be in excellent physical and mental health.

Applications will only be considered if they are complete. Completed applications include the following requirements:

  • Completed application form
  • A photograph of yourself
  • 5-minute video application titled clearly with your name
  • One faculty recommendation letter
  • Resume

For more information, contact:
Lisa Michocki
Director of Student Academic and Career Services
Stephens Hall, Room 301
Phone: 410-704-4674