Held annually on the Drew University Campus, Students meet with multiple panels of executives as they rotate from classroom to classroom. Executives speak with a classroom full of students for 30 minutes at a time.
Speed networking is a concept created by Professor Jennifer Kohn director of Drew University's Business Program where executives are introduced to students in a fast paced environment. Students are given 8-10 minutes with each executive to give their "elevator pitch" and ask about the interview process or other career advice. After their time was up, a bell rings and the students move on to the next executive.
Emerging Leaders Lunch Series at Madison High School
Every year, CECM executives visit Madison High School to talk with 35-50 students in an event called the “Emerging Leaders Lunch Series”. It is a great opportunity for students to hear stories from successful CEOs and get advice as they head off to take their next steps after high school. The event typically has two CECM executives with Christy Tighe from Junior Achievement as Moderator.