There are many ways for you to become involved with the Marshall School of Business. Please contact us about any of these engagement opportunities, or to find out about other ways we can work with you.
- Guest Lectures/Seminars by Corporate Executives. The Marshall School hosts numerous speakers through such venues as speaker series, student and corporate conferences, mentoring programs and classroom guest lecturing.
- Course Curriculum Development. Corporations can play a valuable part in the development of new cases and curriculum on countless topics. Company representatives can work directly with Marshall Faculty and students to develop unique curriculum and case studies.
- Student Career Counseling/Advice. The mentor relationship can be extremely important to Marshall students preparing for interviews or simply trying to determine what career they should pursue. Your involvement will have a significant and positive influence on their lives.This is a mentor relationship means you will interact with a variety of young people at very different stages of their personal development. Students may seek a phone mentor for help with a resume, a mock interview or just general information about a field.
- Faculty Research; Customized Projects. Support for Faculty development can be made through research grants to Marshall Faculty and allowing access to proprietary corporate information to further Faculty knowledge. The Faculty is also available to provide focused consulting services that help solve company problems while increasing Faculty knowledge at the same time.
- Executive Education. Marshall offers both custom and open enrollment programs to move you forward in your professional career. Both are taught by members of the Marshall School of Business award-winning Faculty in a variety of business areas.
- Employee Giving Programs. Many companies align corporate philanthropy with employee interests by matching their employees' charitable gifts. The impact of your gift may be doubled or even tripled.