The richness and depth of our corporate partnerships is one of Northeastern University’s great strengths. At Northeastern’s D'Amore-McKim School of Business, the Corporate Alliance program was established to reflect our commitment to meaningful corporate partnerships, and to facilitate mutually beneficial engagement in a variety of ways. Corporate Alliance members provide the D'Amore-McKim School of Business with valuable support that has significantly helped the School garner national recognition. In exchange, members enjoy access to the School’s exceptional resources.
Building Visibility and Brand with Business StudentsMembership offers numerous opportunities for your company to raise its visibility and brand profile among our students. Examples include participating in our MBA Executive Luncheon program, participating in career panel discussions, sponsoring student clubs, and sponsoring other special events organized specifically for your company.Faculty Engagement with Managers and Executives As a member, you may invite D'Amore-McKim School of Business faculty to address a management topic of your choice in a setting of your choice on an annual basis. Faculty can be invited to deliver executive briefings, speak at management meetings and conferences, or participate in discussions and panels.MBA Scholarships Each year, your company can nominate employees for scholarships worth over $40,000 for our premier MBA programs designed for full-time working professionals (Executive MBA, High Tech MBA, and Evening MBA). Forums and Seminars Senior leaders in your organization will be invited to attend such events as our CEO Breakfast Forums, seminars and symposia sponsored by our research centers and institutes, and other special events. Business Case Writing Discover new ways of looking at business issues with a company-specific case. Business case writing can be used for internal training and development.Access to Northeastern Conference Facilities As a member, you qualify for preferred rates at our three off-campus conference facilities: Warren Conference Center in Ashland, Batterymarch Conference Center in Boston’s financial district, and The Henderson House in Weston.Whether we work jointly to address an issue of concern to your organization, or if you need to raise your visibility among some of the best talent entering the workforce today, we look forward to exploring how you can make the most of your partnership with us.
A member’s annual level of support is based on your organization’s number of employees:
Number of Employees Annual Level of Support Under 2,500 $3,0002,500-5,000 $5,000Over 5,000 $7,500*Membership fees may be credited toward the School's custom executive education services or other fee-for-service programs.Corporate Alliance levels of support (pdf) Contact
We welcome the opportunity to discuss your interest in becoming a member of the Corporate Alliance. Please contact:David AbdowAssociate Dean, Executive Programsd.email@example.com / 617.373.7194
About Northeastern University’s D'Amore-McKim School of Business
Northeastern University's D'Amore-McKim School of Business, established in 1922, provides its students—undergraduate, graduate and executive—with the education, tools and experience necessary to launch and accelerate successful business careers. The School credits its success to expert faculty, close partnerships with the business community, and its emphasis on rigorous academics combined with experiential learning.
The School is highly ranked by several prestigious publications. Bloomberg Businessweek ranks its undergraduate program #27 in the US and #1 in internships for seven consecutive years. The Bachelor of Science in International Business program is ranked 19th in the nation by US News & World Report. Its entrepreneurship program is ranked #9 in the country by The Princeton Review and Entrepreneur magazine. The full-time MBA program is ranked #56 in the top U.S. MBA programs by both Bloomberg Businessweek and U.S. News & World Report, and Financial Times ranks the program among the top 100 Global MBA programs.
For more information about the School, please visit www.cba.neu.edu.
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