Your advisor can also offer guidance about a variety of enrichment experiences, from programs like Mock Trial and Highwire Brand Studio to student business competitions, internships and other career preparation opportunities. Such experiential learning provides great benefits and builds valuable relationships between student and prospective employers. More than sixty percent of Farmer School students study abroad, either in one of our summer or winter programs or in a semester-long program at one of several high-caliber Asian universities. To enhance their classroom studies, students participate in more than 20 student organizations, the Business Student Advisory Council, or the Buck Rodgers Business Leadership Program.
—Marti Kyger, Assistant Dean & Director of Divisional Advising
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