There are many ways for members of the business community to become involved with the Merrick School of Business. Please contact Christina Hardy, director of development and external relations at 410.837.6152; or Leslie Joyce, associate director of development and external relations at 410.837.4949; about any of these engagement opportunities, or to find out about other ways we can work with you.
Recruit & Hire – We connect you to an extraordinary resource — our graduates. They are leaders who combine personal and professional achievement with hands-on experience, a team-oriented approach, and global perspective. Our career services office offers a myriad of options for establishing a recruiting presence at the Merrick School, including industry seminars, hosting site visits, student club events, job fairs, regional networking receptions and internships.
Offer an Internship – Help business students by offering internship opportunities with your firm. Your involvement will have a significant and positive influence on their lives.
Be A Mentor – The mentor relationship can be extremely important to Merrick students preparing for interviews or simply trying to determine what career. Mentors review resumes, conduct mock interviews, provide professional networking opportunities and host site visits at their organization.
Executives in the Classroom – The Merrick School hosts numerous professional experts as guest speakers in the classroom to share their expertise, insights and experience. Corporations can also play a valuable part in the development of new cases and curriculum on countless topics. Company representatives can work directly with Merrick faculty and students to develop unique curriculum and case studies.