Business Community Partners

Your Team + Concordia University

Creating educational solutions for corporations, organizations, and communities.

At Concordia University we have a genuine desire to work with partners in the community. We know that we can do more; for our students, our employees, and our communities, by working together. That’s why Concordia University has designed a Business Community Partners program.

 

Current Partners

Current Partners

Here is a list of our current partnerships:

  • altScripts Specialty Pharmacy
  • Ameren
  • Aurora Health Care (all locations)
  • Bay Industries (Bay Family of Companies)
  • Baycare Clinic
  • Boldt Company
  • Brown County Employees
  • City of Detroit
  • City of Green Bay
  • College of Menominee Nation
  • Enterprise Rent a Car
  • Fabio Perini North American
  • Fox Valley Surgical Associates
  • Fox Valley Technical College
  • Froedtert Health
  • Great Lakes Foods
  • Green Bay Pallet
  • Gulfstream
  • Hospital Sisters Health System (HSHS)
  • Humana
  • Jockey International
  • Krueger International (KI)
  • LakeShore Technical College
  • Miller Electric
  • Milwaukee County House of Correction
  • Milwaukee Police Academy
  • Naviant, Inc
  • Nortwestern Mutual
  • Northeast Wisconsin Technical College
  • Outagamie County
  • Premier Community Bank
  • Pierce Manufacturing
  • Prevea Health
  • Printco Industries
  • ProHealth Care, Inc.
  • RR Donnelley & Sons
  • Safe & Sound
  • Sargento Foods
  • SC Johnson
  • Schneider
  • Schwabe North America
  • Secura Insurance
  • Shopko Stores Operating Co,LLC
  • SSM Health Care (St. Louis)
  • St. Mary's Hosital Medical Center (part of HSHS System)
  • Steinhafels
  • Taylor Company
  • U.S Venture
  • Unity Limited
  • VerHalen
  • Walgreen's
  • WE Energies
  • West Corporation
  • World Wide Technology, Inc.
  • WS Packaging Group

Benefits for community partners

Equip your employees with the industry-specific skills you want them to know.

  • Partner with a local university that has an excellent academic and ethical reputation
  • Scholarship opportunities for employees
  • Customized Professional development to meet the needs of the business (i.e., potential internship candidates)
  • Potential adjunct instructor opportunities for employees

Benefits for CUW

Regardless of your current position – expanding, consolidating, reorienting, or business as usual – we can find an educational solution that is right for your organization. But what do we get out of it?

  • A new group of students within the business community partner
  • Opportunity to share programming and professional development offerings
  • A dedicated group of potential adjunct faculty
  • Potential internship opportunities for students
  • The ability to organize information events with Business Community Partner employees

Why CUW?

  • Accelerated courses (6-8 weeks in length)
  • Flexible format – face to face, on campus, videoconference, or online
  • Real-world experience from highly qualified local professionals
  • Friendly staff will walk with you through every step of your educational journey
  • GMAT/GRE not required for Graduate admission

Contact

If your company would like to collaborate with us on innovative approaches to programming and action-oriented results for our communities, contact us today.

Eduardo Garza
Executive Director of Community Engagement and Veteran Services
262-243-2112
eduardo.garza@cuw.edu

Christy Call
Director of Community Outreach and Innovation,
262-243-2148
christy.call@cuw.edu

 

Eligible Programs

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