The Cornell Leadership Program

Leadership development and honors-type experiences for students who have achieved high levels of success academically and as leaders

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The Cornell Leadership Program, established in 2006, provides high-performing students with an opportunity to develop leadership skills and business acumen through a carefully designed set of experiences over four years. Students have the opportunity to participate in executive luncheons, delve into current business issues, participate in service opportunities and learn first-hand about global business.

The Cornell Leadership Program provides participants with:

  • Opportunities to travel domestically and internationally to engage with business thought leaders at companies such as DISH Network, Goldman Sachs and Procter & Gamble, and to learn first-hand what it means to be successful and ethical business leaders
  • Honors-type leadership seminars incorporating contemporary business cases, book discussions and simulations
  • Dedicated advisor and career coach and supportive Trulaske faculty and staff committed to their success
  • The opportunity to shape the future of the program through leadership roles

Cornell Leadership Program participants receive a $500 non-renewable scholarship and benefit from program-specific scholarships. Students have the opportunity to participate in corporate trips to locations such as Dallas, Denver and New York City.

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Before applying to the Cornell Leadership Program, incoming first-year students must be accepted into Mizzou and select business as their major.  Students must have a minimum ACT of 28, OR a minimum SAT of 1320, OR at least a 3.80 high school GPA. Applications are open annually beginning in August and are due December 1st.  Finalists will be notified by January 10th and invited on campus for an interview.

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Meet the Director

Dr. Mary Beth Marrs oversees enrichment programs at the Trulaske College of Business, including the Cornell Leadership Program, the Vasey Academy and the Heartland Scholars Academy. A three-time Mizzou alumna, she is the recipient of multiple teaching awards, including the university’s Faculty-Alumni Award and the William T. Kemper Fellowship for Teaching Excellence.

 

For More Information

For more information about the Cornell Leadership Program, please contact our Enrichment Programs staff at 573-882-7455 or mubusclp@missouri.edu, or visit us in 304 Cornell Hall.