Dear alumni and other friends:
We hope you’ve had a fun and relaxing summer and are as thrilled as we are about beginning another academic year! As we continue working on our initiatives of student success and achieving distinction, we need and welcome your participation more than ever. Whether you’re looking for a way to engage on campus or closer to home, we can help. There’s a plethora of opportunities to be involved:
Learn more about how to serve as a mentor to College of Business students. Connect with students at hosted networking events and be an ongoing resource for students’ career interests and questions.
From resume review to mock interviews, from being an expert panelist to taking part in networking events, there are many opportunities to connect with us and our students and help guide their journey toward meaningful work. Learn about opportunities to join us in Corvallis or Portland as a:
- mentoring students
- guest speaker/panelist
- judge for student competitions
- host of alumni events at your company or in your neighborhood
- host of career development visits at your company
- helper at student recruitment events
- member of a College of Business advisory board
Our advisory boards provide an opportunity to give feedback and support to our faculty and college leadership. Reach out through the form below if you'd like to learn about our board opportunities and open board seats.
Support the College by making a gift to the OSU Foundation. Whether you choose to support the Dean’s Fund for Excellence, scholarships, or a program of special interest to you, thanks for giving.
Reach out: To let our staff know of your interest in volunteering with the College of Business, complete our online form.
For questions, contact Breanna Grigsby at 541-737-0038 or Breanna.Grigsby@oregonstate.edu.
Thank you for your continued involvement with and support of the College of Business. Your help is what makes it possible for us to aspire to the heights we seek.
Mitzi Montoya, Sara Hart Kimball Dean
(Photograph by Andy Cripe, Corvallis Gazette-Times)