At the Eller College, we are partners to business and community.
Recruit Eller Students
Students and graduates of the Eller College bring real-world experience and academic excellence to their internships and careers. Learn more:
Our students focus their energy on class projects and volunteerism in the community. Our alumni give back to current students with their time, talent, and treasure. Our programs give decision makers critical information about the economy and help our community grow.
Learn more about Eller outreach and partnerships:
Eller College Associates
The Eller College Associates work to improve the Eller College experience for students, faculty, and community by connecting, getting involved, and making a difference.
Eller in the Community
Eller Make a Difference Day
Our annual day of giving back to the Tucson community, incorporating students, faculty, and staff from the Eller College.
Every summer the Eller College presents technology-centric camps, DigiDudes and TechDivas, for students grades 3-8.
From the Accounting Student Association to Students Consulting for Non-Profit Organizations, Eller students and faculty advisors participate in a wide variety of academic and professional clubs:
MIS Corporate Connections
Through its focus on student projects, career fairs, student organizations, scholarships, and job and internship placement, in addition to an outstanding curriculum, the MIS Department partners with businesses.
Eller MBA Consulting Projects
Eller MBA consulting projects are an essential component of the Full-Time MBA curriculum, asking students to apply their academic knowledge to a real-world business challenge in a team consulting project for a company while providing the company a team of motivated, high-achieving students.
Ethics Outreach Programs
The Center for Leadership Ethics is devoted to increasing ethical awareness at the K-12, collegiate, and executive levels in society. The Center does so through innovative outreach programs including the High School Ethics Forum, the Collegiate Ethics Case Competition, and the Executive Ethics Symposium.
Research, Economic Development, and Community Education
Economic and Business Research Center
The EBRC provides the Arizona community of business and public-sector decision makers with applied research and information on economic, demographic, and business trends in Arizona. Learn more:
Eller Economic Development
The Eller Economic Development Program takes advantage of University of Arizona resources — including Eller College faculty, students, and staff — to work with small businesses throughout Southern Arizona to develop and grow their businesses and improve the business owners' managerial skills, thereby enhancing the economy of our region.
Office of Economic Education
The Office of Economic Education helps teachers in Southern Arizona fulfill the Arizona Curriculum Standards requirements in economics by providing training and techniques for teaching students in K-12.
Eller Executive Education
The Eller Executive Education program offers open enrollment programs such as Business Leadership Competencies and Foundations of Public Sector Leadership, as well as custom programs built to help solve organizational challenges from the ground up.
For additional information, or to partner with the Eller College, please contact us.