Eller is proud to boast an impressive network of alumni, business partners and community leaders from around the world.
Your experience can have a major impact on our students, providing insight and inspiration as they prepare to take on life after college.
There are countless opportunities to get involved, from serving as a career mentor, guest speaker or practice-interviewer to considering Eller students for internships or full-time positions at your company.
Complete the form below and an Eller College representative will forward your information to just the right person:
Serve as an information resource and guide for an Eller student.
Student Group Host
Host a group of Eller undergraduate or graduate students at your place of business to help students learn more about careers and specific industries.
Consulting Project Host
Work with the Eller Business Consulting team to have Eller MBA and MIS master's students create solutions to challenges in your company.
Open the door for an Eller student to obtain an internship or a full-time job at your company.
Develop and enhance leadership skills for your front-line leaders as well as your most senior executives through our Eller Executive Education program.
Allow an Eller student to shadow you so they gain an understanding of your field and the world of full-time work.
Share your experiences and insights in the classroom, at a student organization meeting or at a college-wide event.
Give feedback to Eller students on their interview style in order to prepare for real-world interviews.
Help guide Eller students through choices as they develop interests and start making steps towards life after graduation.
Interact with groups of Eller students and other professionals by offering your insights and experience as part of industry-specific panels.
Professional Admissions Interviewer
Help select the next generation of Eller alumni by interviewing student candidates to have applied for Eller College professional admission.
Student Competition Judge
Provide feedback to students' ideas, business plans and proposals in case competitions and presentations.
Be a member of an advisory council at the graduate or undergraduate level to more fully engage with the college through connecting students to your network, providing job and networking opportunities, supporting student development activities, conducting information interviews and assisting with community building, fundraising and corporate sponsorship initiatives.