Get Involved | Corporate Connections
There are many ways for you (or your organization) to help inspire future leaders for a sustainable world.
Discover how you can help inspire future business leaders to tackle the world's biggest social and economic challenges.
Impart your wisdom.
Here are some of the ways you can impart your wisdom to our sustainably-minded future business leaders.
- Guest lecture in one of our undergraduate courses which span multiple disciplines | Further reading: Former president of Maple Leaf Foods guest lectures at Lang BComm course
- Mentor a student through our 10 Thousand Coffee's network, powered by the Business Career Development Centre
- Network with our alumni and students at an upcoming alumni event
- Request to be involved in one of our advisory boards to help guide student learning
- Discover our advisory boards in:
- Be a judge at one of our many case competitions, like our capstone management course or the Great Ethical Dilemma.
The Great Ethical Dilemma Case Competition.
This case competition examines real-world sustainable challenges facing globally-focused businesses. Watch the below video to learn more about the Great Ethical Dilemma.
Put our students to work.
Here are some of the ways you can utilize our eager and bright students to help solve your organizational challenges.
- Hire a co-op student to help on your next project
- Hire a student consultant through our Business Consulting Course managed through the John F. Wood Centre for Business and Student Enterprise
- Sponsor a case study or capstone course | Further reading: Canadian Tire, Magna International and RBC partner with Lang School on 4th year capstone project
- Support community engagement projects run through the Lang School, like the Campobello Island Project
The Campobello Island Project.
Seeking answers for a sustainable future, leaders of New Brunswick's Campobello Island turned to Lang BComm students to help improve social-economics challenges facing the isolated community. Eight students took on the opportunity to work for a real client, even visiting Campobello Island for two weeks — it was the type of hands-on learning experience the Lang School is known for.