Corporate Champions is a coursework-integrated, corporate partner supported, applied learning experience for first year MBAs. Student teams are mentored by a corporate partner through an applied organizational behavior (OB) project which contains components of OB, leadership and communications team deliverables.
One-week enrichment program for minority high school juniors with sessions allowing them to interact with accounting professionals and field visits to business organizations, along with professional development sessions on business communication and interviewing skills. The program is run in partnership with the NYS Society of CPAs to raise minority students’ awareness of the opportunities provided by an accounting degree.
MoneySKILL® is a free, interactive, online personal finance curriculum designed to provide high school students with fundamental money management skills. It was developed by former School of Management professor, Dr. Lewis Mandell, in collaboration with the American Financial Services Association Education Foundation (AFSA), a nonprofit organization headquartered in Washington. AFSA owns the program. The School of Management, University at Buffalo, has partnered with M&T Bank to promote MoneySKILL®. This partnership involves reaching out to area high schools to let them know about this curriculum developed specifically for high school students, and to train teachers how to use it effectively. Additional locations: Allegany, Cattaraugus, Chautauqua, Erie, Genesee, Niagara, Orleans and Wyoming counties