Campus Life

Career Services - Business Division

Special Programs

Date: Continuously
Name: Corporate Partners Program
Objective:

The Corporate Partners Program (CPP) provides an opportunity for organizations and individuals to assist the Division in realizing its vision of excellence in the preparation of students for service to humanity through leadership in the profit and not-for-profit sectors of the global economy. Your financial and participative support provides the human and financial resources needed to develop world-class leaders and professionals in the fields of business, entrepreneurship, and economics.

As a result of your support, you will have an opportunity to interact with the students, faculty and administration of the Division. All participants in the CPP will receive recognition at the Division’s signature events and their organization’s name will be prominently displayed on the CPP board located in theLeadership Building.

Director’s Level

  • Table at E.B. Williams Awards Program – our annual honors banquet held on April 24, 2013
  • Spring Tour Sponsor – our annual trip with 20 students exposing them to international business.
  • Priority Recruiting Date – access to priority interview schedules on the Morehouse campus
  • Resume Portfolio – access to the e-recruiting database of students registered to interview
  • Career Day Reception – a reception the night before Career Day in September

 

Dean’s Level

  • Director’s Level Membership
  • Morehouse Business Association Sponsorship - Largest Student Organization on Campus
  • Career Leadership Institute – a bi weekly workshop on corporate life and advanced career preparation run by Douglas Cooper, Director of Career Services.

    • Spring Symposium – (see information below)
    • Holiday Program – our celebration at the end of the first semester.
    • Golf Tournament – a Saturday morning outing and cookout with the students near Career Day.
    • Football Game Executive Skybox – Reception held for Corporate Partners and Student Leadership

 

Golden Circle

    • Director’s and Dean’s Level Membership
    • Priority Table

      • E.B. Williams Awards Program
    • Honor Society Sponsorship

      • Beta Gamma Sigma – the Honor Society for Accredited Business Programs with top 7% of juniors and 10% of seniors.
      • Omicron Delta Epsilon  - the Honor Society for Economics majors

    • Golden Circle Luncheon – a luncheon with faculty, top students, and the Dean’s Advisory Committee the day after our E. B. Williams banquet.
    • Faculty Minglers – receptions to meet the faculty during the year.

        • Homecoming
        • Founder’s Day

Contact: (404) 215-2644
Amount:

Golden Circle - $25,000
Dean’s Level - $10,000

Director’s Level - $7,500
 
Date: Friday, September 21, 2012
Name: Career Day
Objective: Job information for all classifications
Contact Persons:

Denise Holmes, Director, AUC Career Services
Office: 404-978-2180
dholmes@aucenter.edu

Amount: $1000.00
 
Date: Once or twice monthly
Name: MBA Meetings (Morehouse Business Association)
Objective: Forum for open discussions on specified topics relating to a career in Business.
Contact Persons: Winzell Steele, President & CEO, Morehouse Business Association (404) 681-2800 ext. 2355
Amount: In-kind contribution
 
Date: Quarterly during the academic school year.
Name: Executive Lecture Series
Objective: Topics vary from year to year. Usually focused on senior management's views on the economy, work force, etc. (Senior VP to CEO's).
Contact Persons: Julie Sills, Director of Corporate Relations, Office of Institutional Advancement. (404) 681-2800 x2678
Amount: In-kind contribution
 
Date: Thursday, March 21 – Saturday, March 23, 2013
Name: Spring Symposium
Objective:

Each year, the Morehouse Business Association brings high caliber students from various disciplines together to learn more about the business world at our annual three-day conference.
Activities for this year’s symposium include:

  • Various workshops surrounding this year’s theme
  • The Annual Case Competition
  • Golf and tennis tournaments


By sponsoring the Spring Symposium, your company:

  • Enhances its image within the college community (Morehouse, Spelman, CAU);
  • Generates increased awareness and appreciation of their business among the student body;
  • Cultivates relationships with students through interaction outside an academic setting;
A
ids students in the preparation of transitioning from the academic to the corporate environment.
Contact Persons: Katanga Johnson, 404-681-2800 ext. 2355.
Amount: Dean’s Level