There are many ways for graduate students to get involved in CESR. Our programs connect you to leaders from the natural and organic industry, faculty researching the leading edge of diversity, equity and inclusion practices, and companies leading us into a sustainable energy future. We offer a Natural & Organic Pathway which prepares students for jobs with specialized knoweldge, case competitions where students apply what they learn to real world challenges, and mentoring and internship programs that build your network. Students who participate in CESR events and programs are on a path towards business careers that make an impact. Plus, by participating in CESR programs you will join The CESR Explores program and be eligable to earn prizes that will advance your career goals.
Leeds MBA students annually host this premiere sustainability case competition. A dedicated team of student volunteers brings a real world problem to task for graduate school teams from around the world.
Graduate student organizations are intended to provide access to influential industry networks, employers and opportunities to increase professional skills. Grad students orgs involved with CESR include the Organics & Naturals Club and Net Impact.