CBE Fellows are a select group of motivated students that function as a leadership team to organize CBE events and act as student ambassadors. Activities are structured to enable students to include this position on their respective resumes as a valuable work experience.
Becoming a CBE Fellow is a selective and notable achievement through distinctive service. CBE Fellows assist with programming for the Economics Department with an emphasis on Economics in the Real World and Career Development.
During the Fall 2017 Semester, CBE Fellows…
- Visited classrooms telling students all about the Center for Business & Economics, and how to take advantage of all of the opportunities,
- Helped with planning and introducing speakers for the Lunchtime Learning Lecture Series,
- Organized a two hour, advanced Excel workshop with Allegheny Alum Joel Suen ’10,
- Organized a special panel for Gator Day entitled, “What I Wish I Knew 4 Years Ago,”
- Acted as department Ambassadors for the Executive in Residence, Kim Tillotson Fleming, and Special Guest of Honor, Henry Tippie,
- Served as an ad hoc focus group, providing the “voice of the student” in CBE activities.
Who can apply?
CBE Fellow positions are reserved for 4 rising juniors and seniors who are ECON majors or minors. These are paid positions for 2-10 hours per week of service throughout the school year.
Juniors may serve for 2 years subject to good performance. The CBE Co-Directors and faculty advisors will select students based on involvement in CBE activities and application quality.
We’re looking for three new Fellows for the 2018/2019 School Year