Create stronger connections between students and the Perdue School of Business by acting as a resource for the students, faculty, and community.
Successful leaders share similar skills and excellence in time management, interpersonal communication, organization, planning, networking, and research/resource gathering. The Student Business Leaders at the Franklin P. Perdue School of Business are chosen because they exhibit such traits and successfully continue to develop them throughout their service to the school.
The roles of our Student Business Leaders vary. They help freshmen students with their transition to college by being available to answer their questions and by assisting at Freshman Orientation. This orientation includes information about the business school and general business student matters.
Our Leaders attend all University Open Houses for future students, making a connection with the students as the school’s representatives. They answer questions the students may have and speak about the business school experience. They also host professional development week, ethics week and National Business Women’s week.
They are expected to help students to better understand the business school academic process and requirements. They refer students to other areas within the university that may assist them. They make friendly contact with all students via email several times during the semester. They participate with community outreach by attending board meetings, job fairs, community leadership events, etc. Additionally, they support our goal to connect with future PSB students by facilitating and hosting University tours for at-risk students from local middle schools.
Our SBLs represent the essence of the Perdue School of Business.
- Top -