Business and Computer Science
Business & Computer Science
The Mentorship Program of the Division of Business and Computer Science matches students with community leaders willing to share their business knowledge and experience. By encouraging and supporting students, mentors empower them for the business world. Read More
"I love the perks of working in a large corporation.
There are so many opportunities and you can pretty
much learn or explore any area of interest."
- Jason Burke, Business Administration, class of 2015
Chair Circle is not just another set of requirements. It is a support system for students who want to be intentional in their own development, students who want a holistic approach toward achieving full potential in all aspects of life.
Elements include academic success, volunteer service, leadership experience, professional growth, personal wellness, a personal christian growth class, a mentoship program, and living Christian values.
Interested students apply no later than 4 semesters before graduation. They meet with a faculty member to set/meet goals in order to build habits and make intentional choices. They also spend at least one year as part of a leadership discussion group. Members will have tangible evidence to present to prospective employers on how they developed themselves during college and will also receive some recognition.