Become an active member of our community and help support the future of business by volunteering your time and sharing your expertise with our students.
Judge a competition. Do you know a good pitch when you hear one? Provide constructive feedback and help students grow by volunteering as a judge at a hackathon, case competition, or other pitch-based event.
Lead mock interviews. Help students fine-tune their interview skills and learn how to sell themselves. You might just find your next great hire.
Be a guest speaker. Share your expertise and industry insights with our students and the broader campus community.
Participate in classroom case studies. Join companies such as Johnson & Johnson and Bristol-Myers Squibb in leading students through real-world case studies.
Email us to volunteer or propose your own opportunity.
IBM launched the first executive-in-residence role for the SC Johnson College of Business, giving students, faculty, and staff the opportunity to meet and interact with successful executives—and facilitating university-wide speaking events.
The Pillsbury Institute invites successful entrepreneurs to participate in its Entrepreneurs in Residence Program, which involves campus visits to provide one-on-one mentoring to aspiring student-entrepreneurs. Learn More
Career Management at the Cornell SC Johnson College of Business organizes treks to give students an idea of the wide variety of opportunities and workplaces that exist in the business landscape.
Several courses in the Dyson School and Hotel School involve travel to locations where students visit companies, work on projects, or gain exposure to real-world examples of the principles they learn in the classroom.
Royal Caribbean sponsored a three-day experiential learning trip for 20 students from the Hotel School. They boarded the Enchantment of the Seas and got a real-life look at business in action. Read More