With the end of the semester and the winter holiday season rapidly approaching, we encourage our CU Business School students to spend time giving back to the community surrounding and supporting us. There are a number of opportunities and affiliated programs you can engage in! The following are ways you can spend your time contributing to your community these upcoming months.
MacKenna Stang, current One Year MBA student, graduated with her bachelors from Ottawa University with a degree in communications. After being in the workforce for a couple of years, she decided it was time to go back to school. That’s when MacKenna sought out the One Year MBA program at the CU Denver Business School.
With global business experience under her belt, graduation on the horizon, and a new position at Ibotta waiting for her, MacKenna is excited to propel her career forward. Read more
See first-hand what ethical leadership looks like in the healthcare industry.
Ethics OnSite will take students on-location to explore ethical opportunities and challenges from top executives at DaVita, one of the nation’s leading healthcare organizations.
DAVITA, Denver, CO
Wednesday, April 17, 2019
This exclusive opportunity is open to CU Denver students (undergraduate or graduate). Read more
Ethics OnSite takes learning beyond the classroom — and to a whole new level. Successful applicants will spend a day on location exploring ethical challenges and opportunities from some of the nation’s top financial institutions.
This exclusive opportunity is open to CU Denver students (undergraduate or graduate). Participants must have at least a 3.0 overall GPA. Read more
Each semester a group of CU Denver Business School MBA students are given the rare opportunity to collaborate with a company from Colorado for course credit. Through the business strategy lab, students consult with a company on a strategic issue they’re facing and learn how to conduct research, synthesize their research into strategic recommendations, work with executives while gaining both strategy and consulting experience. Read more
See first-hand what real ethical leadership looks like. Travel to New England this fall to explore ethical challenges and opportunities on-location with three top, multinational manufacturing companies.This exclusive opportunity is open to five undergraduate and graduate Business School students. Participants must be U.S. citizens and have at least a 3.0 overall GPA. Read more