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Recruiters and Companies

Corporate partnerships are an important part of UNC Kenan-Flagler’s success, whether your company is working with faculty on cutting edge research, recruiting talent or actively shaping tomorrow’s business leaders through supporting our UNC Executive Development program. We seek to build holistic partnerships and offer several ways for companies to engage with the School.

SunTrust with Students

Truist

In 2018, the Truist Foundation (formerly SunTrust) awarded a nearly $1 million grant to NCGrowth, an affiliated center of the Kenan Institute for Private Enterprise at UNC Kenan-Flagler. The grant will help create new jobs and stimulate transformative development in three high-potential communities in the Carolinas. These business incubators will help startup companies hire local workers in an effort to address issues such as unemployment, underemployment, low wages and significant poverty.

Procter & Gamble

As a leading corporate partner of the school, P&G is highly engaged across UNC Kenan-Flagler programs and centers. In late 2018, the UNC Kenan-Flagler Global Business Center was one of only three universities awarded a $50,000 grant for the development of a new Inclusive Global Leadership curriculum. The grant went towards creating highly experiential learning material to develop effective team members and leaders. In the 2018-2019 academic year, P&G sponsored the annual MBA Core Case Competition for first-year MBA students, the Undergraduate Business Symposium, Digital Marketing Bootcamp and a number of student clubs and organizations.

P&G staff
DHG and MAC Mentorship

FORVIS

FORVIS generously funds the Accounting Mentorship Program (AMP) at UNC Kenan-Flagler, run in partnership with the Master of Accounting Program. The mentorship provides the opportunity for rising second- and third-year students from any non-UNC undergraduate institution to receive mentorship and preparation for a successful career in the accounting profession. The AMP aims to expose students who may not have otherwise considered accounting as a potential career path to the range of opportunities available in the field.