The Fowler Center announced their new Business as an Agent of World Benefit Fellows, comprised of three first-year MBA students.
The Business as an Agent of World Benefit Fellowship program is an honor reflecting the students’ academic achievement as well as dedication to the principles of the Fowler Center for Business as an Agent of World Benefit. It is a two-year commitment as long as the students are in good academic standing. This provides for a great mentorship opportunity as first-year and second-year MBA Fellows work together. The Fowler Center's second-year MBA Fellows, Katie Van Dusen and Jim Kavalec, will work with the new class of Fellows throughout this academic year as partners and to transition projects to the new Fellows.
Fowler Center Fellows have the opportunity to work with the executive team of the Fowler Center and participate on special projects that advance the mission of Business as an Agent of World Benefit with a time commitment to the Fowler Center. Projects could include but are not limited to: supporting the AIM2Flourish program, contributing to the Fowler Center’s outreach to the CWRU campus and Cleveland communities, supporting the Fifth Global Forum (2021) planning team, and writing a teaching case.
Learn more about our new Fellows by reading their bios on the Fowler Center Team Page.
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