The Fowler Center for Business as an Agent of World Benefit at Weatherhead School of Management at Case Western Reserve University offers many opportunities for students to explore their interests in sustainable value.
Business as an Agent of World Benefit Fellowship
The Fowler Center offers the Business as an Agent of World Benefit Fellowship program for two to three full-time MBA students each year. This award is an honor reflecting the students’ academic achievement as well as dedication to the principles of the Fowler Center.
The fellowship lasts two years as long as the students remain in good academic standing. This position includes an expectation that you will work as a student employee at the Fowler Center 10-15 hours per week for 14 weeks per semester while enrolled in the full-time MBA program. This provides for a great mentorship opportunity as first-year and second-year MBA fellows work together.
As a part of this position, you will 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 Global Forum planning team, and writing a teaching case. Fellowship recipients are compensated each semester.
Applications are available to first-year full-time MBA students at the beginning of their first fall semester. For more information please email email@example.com.
Doctor of Management Fellowship
The Doctor of Management Fowler Sustainability Fellowship is awarded to DM students who study topics related to the management of sustainable enterprises. It is associated with the Fowler Center and its corresponding mission. The fellowship can be applied for by any DM student in the for-profit, nonprofit, or public sector as long as their research interest and topic aligns with the criteria for the fellowship.
Please contact DMProgram@case.edu for more information.