Rankin College of Business students learn first-hand about career opportunities available to them through our travel programs.
All majors host a travel program at least once every two years to provide students opportunities to engage with business leaders and tour business operations.
New York - April 2018
Students visited offices of Blackrock Financial and Bank of America, as well as the 9/11 Museum and Grounds and the United Nations Building. The trip was made possible by support from Business Advisory Council members Don and Jennifer McDonald.
Coushatta, LA - September 2018
Students visited drilling rig operations of GeoSouthern. The trip was made possible by support from Business Advisory Council member Meg Molleston.
Little Rock - October 2018
Students visited Stephens, Inc. and Farm Bureau’s Headquarters. The trip was made possible by support from Business Advisory Council member David Moore.
Arkansas State Capital - November 2018
The RCBiz Living Learning Community students took a trip to the state capital in November. There they met Governor Hutchinson and toured the building with Bruce Maloch. The group had an opportunity to observe state budget hearings