MBA° at UVU
Your Business can join forces with the Woodbury School of Business through student mentoring, membership on the MBA Advisory Board, sponsoring student projects, and classroom engagement.
Partnering with Utah Businesses
Utah Valley University’s recent expansion into graduate education has been an exciting time for the Woodbury School of Business. We have had an overwhelming response to the MBA program introduction in 2010 and are poised to become the premier graduate business program in the region.
The MBA program curriculum focuses on a unique applied learning model as we educate Utah’s future business leaders. Our emphasis on community engagement offers many opportunities for Utah organizations to partner with us as our innovative program evolves. We currently are offering companies the opportunity to sponsor a team of senior MBA students as they work on a consulting project designed to meet the needs of their sponsors.
In addition we welcome participation by local professionals inside and outside of the classroom through guest speaking and lecturing, panel discussions, student mentoring, and membership on our MBA Advisory Board.
The Woodbury School prides itself on being the business school for Utah business. Working together as this important regional program grows is mutually beneficial. I invite you to contact me so that we can discuss available opportunities and how a partnership can become an important asset for your company.
"CEObuilder's goal in providing the retreat for the incoming MBA students at UVU was to teach them some proven skills of highly effective teams and groups through a series of fun and enlightening activities. To their credit, students 'jumped in with both feet,' thoroughly engaging in every experience we provided. We noticed that as they did so, they began to bond together, working collaboratively to solve problems and achieve team goals. This was very gratifying to us as their instructors and facilitators. Thanks to the Woodbury School for a great day with some phenomenal future business leaders!" -Rich Tyson, President of CEObuilder