Business & Employer Partners
UIndy's School of Business works with a variety of businesses to make connections that meet the organization's unique needs and provide valuable opportunities for our students through applied learning.
Upper-level courses put students directly into the business world. Students work as consultants for external business clients on real-world projects.
Partnering with UIndy's School of Business
Connect with potential interns and employees
If your organization has an internship or job opportunity, we are happy to work with you to identify UIndy candidates that meet your requirements. Before referring candidates, we conduct pre-interviews to make sure students' skills match the job requirements and to assess their possible fit with the organization. Our goal is to carefully prepare students for specific opportunities to ensure our valued employer partners receive qualified candidates.
Work on specific projects
We can help pair your business with faculty who can develop class assignments around a specific project or business dilemma within your organization. This type of partnership brings fresh ideas to your project while providing students with real-life business experience that goes beyond the textbook. Our students have worked with a wide variety of businesses around the city and state.
We can connect your organization with qualified faculty who can serve as consultants for various aspects of your operations. Many of our faculty have had several years of industry experience prior to teaching.
Be a guest lecturer
We work diligently to give our students experiences outside the classroom that connect them to the business community. Speaking on campus is a great way for your company to gain name recognition, and we welcome the opportunity to have business leaders from a variety of industries share their wisdom with students. Recent events have featured CEOs and other executives from companies like BrightPoint, Fifth Third Bank, Indianapolis Power & Light, Conexus Indiana, Indianapolis Motor Speedway and Mays Chemical Company.