CESR offers students many opportunities to build connections and experience in the impact business world. Whether you are an undergrad, MBA or evening MBA, consider signing up for one of CESR's networking nights, pathway events or Career Treks, join a student organization, or participate in our case competitions. CESR also offers programs that provide one-on-one support and professional networks including our Impact Intership program and mentors.
Students who participate in CESR events and programs are on a path towards business careers that add value to the bottom line, to the planet, and to humanity. That is why CESR has created a program to reward students who attend our events: The CESR Challenge!
All students who attend CESR events are automatically entered into the program. After attending 3 events we will send you a welcome email. Each time you reach a qualifying level we will send you your prize!
Through this certificate, students with a passion for social responsibility, ethics and sustainability are able to customize their business education and learn how to use their education to make a greater impact.
This student organization connects individuals across campus who have an interest in sustainable business. CESR Fellows hosts speaker events, weekly meetings and strives to reduce the university's environmental impact through various initiatives.
The Business Ethics Case Competition (BECC) provides students with the opportunity to practically apply their business education to business dilemmas that focus on sustainability, social responsibility and diversity & inclusion.
Make an impact in the fastest growing sector of the U.S. food industry. Students follow a recommended combination of courses and co-curricular programs through CESR to acquire targeted skills, knowledge and connections.
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.
Intended for mission-driven students who hope to work for socially and environmentally conscious businesses. Companies offer positions in all business majors for both graduate and undergraduate students.