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Kolodzik Business Scholars Program
The Kolodzik Business Scholars program supports and develops the passions of a diverse set of students in the Carl H. Lindner College of Business. The program is designed to build a number of resources for each student to take advantage of and better themselves through Empowerment, Flexible Academics, and Professional Experiences. Along with the support from donors, staff, professionals and alumni, the program takes pride in student-led initiatives driven from the governing student body organization, KBSA. The flexibility of the program enables students to pick and choose their extra-curricular involvement, professional experiences, honors courses, international travel and much more to achieve their personal goals.
The Kolodzik Business Scholars Program stresses the following interwoven values within a culture that permeates our students, faculty and staff and that is nurtured through thoughtful selection, modeling, communications and recognition: - See more at: http://business.uc.edu/undergraduate/business-honors/kolodzik.html#sthash.ckvhQd28.dpuf
The Kolodzik Business Scholars Program stresses the following interwoven values within a culture that permeates our students, faculty and staff and that is nurtured through thoughtful selection, modeling, communications and recognition:
Empowerment - We make our own futures. We value choice, creativity and individuality, seeking continuous personal improvement and lifelong learning.
Additionally, KBS is empowered by its own student board, KBSA. Members are elected by the KBS body and help establish program ideals and requirements.
Flexible Academics - KBS students typically weave a unique program that includes double or even triple majoring and minors both in the Lindner College of Business and across the UC campus. Students can create their own paths that help fuel their passions.
|Professional Experience - While not a co-op required program, KBS students are required to have a Professional Experience. This can include a Linder Professional Experience of a Co-op, Internship or part-time work. Mentoring, KBSA Leadership and many other interactive networking academic opportunities in the College and strongly encouraged.
Director, Kolodzik Business Scholars Program