Business Community Resources

Connect With Students

There are a variety of ways to connect with our students and participate in developing the next generation of business leaders. You can share your expertise and experience by speaking in a class, serving as a mentor, or working with a student organization. We invite you to explore ways to recruit our students for jobs and internships or develop an applied learning experience with your organization.

Speak in Class

Share your business knowledge and experience by speaking to an undergraduate class, a graduate class, LEAD class, or student organization.

For more information, please contact Mr. Joe Terrian at (414) 288-7142.

Support Student Career Development

Support student career development by attending an annual event such as:

  • Annual Student Speed Networking
  • Biznet Networking
  • Freshman Career Awareness Night
  • Job and Java Networking
  • Junior Career Choice Night

For more information, please contact Mr. Dan Ortego at (414) 288-7394.

Join the Mentor Program

Join our undergraduate mentor program and help a student to discover their passion and achieve their career goals. Through a one-on-one mentoring relationship with a College of Business Administration undergraduate student, you can provide advice in selecting a career path, assist with resume writing and interviewing, and help students to transition to the world of work.

For more information, please contact Mr. Dan Ortego (414) 288-7394.

Work with Student Organizations

Work directly with students by participating in one of our discipline-based business student organizations that provide students with the opportunity to develop their interpersonal, organizational and leadership skills. We invite you to make a presentation to the membership of a student organization, participate in a networking event, offer career advice, or discuss employment opportunities.

For more information, please contact Mr. Joe Terrian (414) 288-7142.

Recruit for Jobs & Internships

Recruit our undergraduate and graduate students by coming to campus to visit our Business Career Center, attending a career networking event, or posting a job or internship.

For more information, please contact Mr. Dan Ortego (414) 288-7394.

Applied Learning

Participate in applied learning by suggesting a business research project or offering a unique applied learning opportunity for students in your business organization.

For more information, please contact Mr. Joe Terrian (414) 288-7142.