What is it like being an HR Student at UW Oshkosh?
MHR students engage in a variety of individual and team activities in the classroom. Much of the learning is application-based. For example, students in the employee relations course negotiate a contract, students in the compensation course build and organization’s pay structure, and students in the training and development course design a training program. Classrooms allow for team activities, large, and small group discussions. The computer lab within Sage Hall is easy to access and contains a full menu of software programs used by the MHR students including PeopleTrak, software used by many companies to plan and track their human resources. Students can complete projects, collaborate with classmates and develop their skills using free software provided by the University and convenient break-out rooms for team meetings located in Sage Hall.
Outside the Classroom
Beyond the classroom, in order to develop professional skills, the MHR student clubs offer speakers, field trips and networking opportunities.
The International Business Club is a partnership of students, faculty and practitioners committed to promoting awareness of business globalization and facilitating the acquisition of knowledge, skills and expertise needed to excel as professionals in the global marketplace. The main goals of the cub are professional development and social interaction through corporate sponsorship and University collaboration. Guest speakers, workshops, site visits and cultural entertainment are organized every year.
Faculty Advisor: B.S. Sridhar
C.E.O provides the opportunity for students to learn about and get involved in all of the aspects of entrepreneurship. Members will learn from veteran entrepreneurs and their first hand experiences about the benefits of entrepreneurship. The club regularly holds bi-weekly guest speaker events for its members and guests on Wednesday evenings.
90 Second Elevator Pitch Contest
The Collegiate Entrepreneurs' Organization (CEO) holds an annual competition for students to pitch their business concepts to UW Oshkosh alumni. Student businesses can vary from a concept that has been recently developed to an operating business in need of capital. A Grand Prize of $1,000 is awarded each year by the club. Along with the prize money CEO invites local investors to attend as well in hopes of great student businesses being awarded more funding.
To raise awareness and interest in entrepreneurship and give students the knowledge, resources and ability to start their own business.
For every student to know what entrepreneurship is and offer them the resources to launch their own ideas.
Join the CEO Board!
Do you want to be a part of one of the fastest growing organizations and learn how to make an impact on the UW Oshkosh campus?! If so, join the CEO Board by applying at the link below and receive the opportunity of a lifetime!
Benefits of CEO:
- Be an exclusive member of the Collegiate Entrepreneurs’ Organization.
- Invitation to attend the CEO National Conference
- Access to the Official CEO Room (Sage 2621).
- Invitation to attend the End of Year Banquet/Awards Ceremony.
- Learn the “Behind the Scenes” Process.
- Opportunity for Quick Advancement!
Apply Here: CEO Board Member Application
February 26 Business Model Contest in Sage Hall 1214 6PM-7PM
Watch 10 peers pitch their business idea 'Shark Tank' style in front of a panel of 5 judges to compete for $17,500 in prize money and a trip to Florida!
March 4 Young Entrepreneur Panel in Sage Hall 1232 6PM-7PM
March 18 Club Meeting Featuring Curt Campbell in Sage Hall 1216 6PM-7PM
"In 2003 Curt and Amy Jo Campbell launched the first Olive Oil Bar® store in America from a tiny storefront in unincorporated Fish Creek Wisconsin." Hear how Curt has since expanded his business and about his time on the television show Shark Tank. To learn more about the Oilerie check them out here!
April 8 Club Meeting- Kevin Lyons-Tarr in Sage 1232 6PM-7PM
Hear how Kevin has been changing the business of promotional marketing with 4Imprint since 1987! Check them out here!
April 22 Club Meeting- Russ Klisch in Sage 1232 6PM-7PM
Listen to how sibling rivalry and a passion for fine beer started one of downtown Milwaukee's greatest tours. To learn more about their story click here!
To stay up to date with CEO please visit our web page on Titan Link. You will find information on upcoming events along with additional information on the club.