Take advantage of the numerous opportunities to learn the art of networking. Build your LinkedIn profile and add connections. Attend Career Fairs to meet employers who are hiring. Attend industry and conference events. God has a way of putting people in your path — and you in their path! — at just the right time for you to see his hand on your life.

Both on- and off-campus events will help you build your network. The Women in Business and Entrepreneurship Clubs introduce you to guests who are active in industry. Client projects for courses strengthen communication and teamwork skills, and give you a chance to show employers how you can apply what you are learning.

Why Mentoring Matters

Mentoring is a form of leadership, and many companies are now adopting mentoring as a way to onboard and integrate employees, giving them every chance to succeed. As part of the School of Business mentoring program, you can take advantage of someone else’s experience to help you succeed at Redeemer.

In your first term on campus, you will be matched with a senior-level Business student and you will meet three times during the term. Your mentor was once a protégé and has been through what you are going to experience this year as you move into a university environment. Students enrolled in Leadership (BUS 340) are required to be mentors, which helps to develop leadership and coaching skills they will need in their careers.

Programs & Clubs

Women in Business

Connect with other women in Business.
Learn how to be allies for each other in industry.

Several times each term, this student-led group hosts women guest speakers from a variety of industries who talk about many topics. Recognize the unique challenges women face in business. Learn how to support and encourage each other. 

Enjoy games nights and dinners together, especially when we host the men in the Business program.

The Refinery

Redeemer’s answer to the popular Dragon’s Den. Aspiring entrepreneurs pitch their business ideas to a panel of successful and experienced entrepreneurs.

As part of the BUS 461 Entrepreneurship course, you will create a business plan and present your idea to a panel of people who have “been there, done that” and succeeded! Work with an Executive in Residence who will mentor and guide you through the process.

Executives in Residence

Meet people who have successfully worked at the executive level. Learn from their experience. Apply their guidance to your client projects.

Learn from our team of 20 executives who are active in the marketplace. Take advantage of their experience to complete projects and build business plans. Get ready to transform the world through business with great mentors.