The Carey Business School provides students with opportunities to explore how business can make a meaningful impact in society. Through practical, action-based learning projects and global immersion experiences, students gain the knowledge, skills, and experience to excel as business leaders.
Case competitions require a team of students to work together to solve an industry problem or pitch an innovative idea to a panel of industry experts.
Over the course of their program, students gain not only the theoretical building blocks of business education, but are also given numerous opportunities to learn practical skills—through case studies, simulations, civic service, and experiential learning.
Carey’s mission states that the school is dedicated to “educating business leaders who will grow economies and societies, and are exemplary citizens.” The Student Ventures provides programs, workshops, events, and experiences to help students grow and practice leadership skills.
Student Consulting PROJECTS
Students at the Carey Business School have opportunities to be involved in numerous projects impacting the local community. These pro bono engagement opportunities allow students to tackle real problems in partnership with nonprofits, start-ups, and small businesses.
The Student Ventures Team within the Office of Experiential Learning currently manages 19 active student organizations at Carey. These organizations are grouped into three mission-focused communities to enhance collaboration, streamline programming and maximize resources.