On SAINTSLink – finance/business/sales/marketing/etc.
SLU Connected internships:
- Roulston Investment Partners
- Profile Metal Forming
- Canaras Capital Management
- Harbridge Consulting
- CIT Group
- Automatic Data Processing (ADP)
- Nestle Waters USA Inc.
- Boston Magazine
- Oppenheimer & Co.
- Earthwatch Institute
- American Enterprise Institute
- Christie’s Auction House
- Northwestern Mutual
- Massey Knakal Real Estate
- Antique Boat Museeum
- Stanwich Advisors
Fidelis Care New York- On Campus Interviews: Friday, February 7
Positions available: Outreach Specialist & Marketing Representative
Apply on SAINTSLink by Tuesday, February 4 @ 11:59 p.m.
Goldman Sachs - Summer Analyst 2015 (internship), Utah Opportunities (full-time and internships)
Information session with Bob Glendening '84: spring TBD
Information interviews: date TBD
Panel: February 27 at 7pm, Hannon Room
Information interviews: February 28 from 9-11am, Career Services
- JD Delmonico ’03 - Vice President at Delmonico Insurance Agency
- Carla von Trapp Hunter ’06 – Director of Marketing at SheJumps, Pro Athlete
- Noelle Laing ’03 – Research Specialist at Cambridge Associates
- Thomas Sy ’82 – President & CEO at Aspire of WNY
Business Case Study - Course Description: ND 347
Business Case Study is an upper level undergraduate course that is designed to provide students with the necessary tools to effectively analyze and interpret real world business problems and to develop thoughtful and intelligent solutions to these challenges. Through a series of speakers across multiple disciplines, students will explore concepts, such as: business vision/mission, external forces, internal forces, innovation/creativity, leadership/recommendations/implementation, constructing an argument, and communication/presentation. This will be a highly interactive course with an emphasis on class participation, team work, and experiential learning. Students will demonstrate understanding of key concepts through a series of weekly papers. The course will conclude with a culminating experience of a Case Study Competition judged by alumni and local experts in the field.
Permission of the instructor to enroll required.
Course will run from Monday, February 3-Monday, April 7 from 7:00-10:00 p.m.
This course will satisfy the experiential learning component of the Business in Liberal Arts Major.
Mandatory P/F will not impact Dean’s List eligibility.