Katie Hillyer '09 Corporate Relations

Corporate and community involvement in the College is a tremendous benefit to UNIBusiness students, enhancing their intellectual and professional growth. Businesses and organizations help by:

  • providing projects for classroom assignments and research.
  • speaking to classes and student organizations about what it means to be a professional or what it's like to work in a specific industry.
  • evaluating classroom projects.
  • mentoring or providing job shadowing opportunities.
  • hiring students for internships.
  • sponsoring awards and events.
  • lending corporate trainers to lead workshops for the Professional Readiness Program.
  • keeping faculty up-to-date on industry advancements.

Businesses and organizations benefit from

  • faculty-directed project and research results.
  • influencing the next generation of industry leaders.
  • building relationships with and evaluating potential new employees' work.

If you would like to get involved or you think your business or organization can contribute to students' education, contact Katie Noonan, corporate and community relations coordinator, at 319-273-7660.

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Katie Hillyer '09

Corporate Relations

Corporate and community involvement in the College is a tremendous benefit to UNIBusiness students, enhancing their intellectual and professional growth. Businesses and organizations help by:

  • providing projects for classroom assignments and research.
  • speaking to classes and student organizations about what it means to be a professional or what it's like to work in a specific industry.
  • evaluating classroom projects.
  • mentoring or providing job shadowing opportunities.
  • hiring students for internships.
  • sponsoring awards and events.
  • lending corporate trainers to lead workshops for the Professional Readiness Program.
  • keeping faculty up-to-date on industry advancements.

Businesses and organizations benefit from

  • faculty-directed project and research results.
  • influencing the next generation of industry leaders.
  • building relationships with and evaluating potential new employees' work.

If you would like to get involved or you think your business or organization can contribute to students' education, contact Katie Noonan, corporate and community relations coordinator, at 319-273-7660.

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About UNIBusiness | News & Media

Katie Hillyer '09

Corporate Relations

Corporate and community involvement in the College is a tremendous benefit to UNIBusiness students, enhancing their intellectual and professional growth. Businesses and organizations help by:

  • providing projects for classroom assignments and research.
  • speaking to classes and student organizations about what it means to be a professional or what it's like to work in a specific industry.
  • evaluating classroom projects.
  • mentoring or providing job shadowing opportunities.
  • hiring students for internships.
  • sponsoring awards and events.
  • lending corporate trainers to lead workshops for the Professional Readiness Program.
  • keeping faculty up-to-date on industry advancements.

Businesses and organizations benefit from

  • faculty-directed project and research results.
  • influencing the next generation of industry leaders.
  • building relationships with and evaluating potential new employees' work.

If you would like to get involved or you think your business or organization can contribute to students' education, contact Katie Noonan, corporate and community relations coordinator, at 319-273-7660.

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