Our events are made possible by sponsorship from generous corporate partners. How to participate
Venture out to where opportunities are made.
Don't miss these great chances to socialize with fellow students, network with business professionals, develop your career-related skills and make the most of your time as a Phoenix!
The Cofrin School of Business holds events throughout the year. They're an opportunity to socialize, and so much more! Gain professional skills, career exposure, networking and explore what the world of business has to offer.
Multiple Dates • In-Person, Virtual, and Hybrid
Attending job fairs, workshops and other events provides more real-world experiences and skills than what you learn in your classes. Most importantly, you can get connected with people in your field – maybe you’ll even meet your future boss.
Wednesday, February 15 • 4 p.m. • Fort Howard Hall, Weidner Center
Pitch your innovative ideas, and compete for prizes. This competition is open to all UW-Green Bay students, and those who participate in the free Innovation On-Ramp virtual course are especially welcome to submit the ideas they have developed. Registration link will be posted in Fall 2022. Read all about the 2022 competition.
February 28, 2023 • Weidner Center
Stay tuned for more details about the annual Cofrin School of Business Keynote & Networking Event. Don’t miss the opportunity to network with students and business leaders across the Lakeshore and Northeastern Wisconsin and hear from an innovative Keynote speaker.
Wednesday, April 5 • 10a.m. - 12p.m. • Titletown Tech
All UWGB students are invited to submit their pitch ideas on how they could solve a problem facing Northeastern Wisconsin [NEW] for the opportunity to pitch live during the event.
Wednesday, April 12 • 9:45a.m.-1:30pm • Menominee, MI
See the behind-the-scenes of a unique marketing firm in the Marquette area. More details will be posted soon.
For more questions about our business events, please contact Kathryn Marten, Student & Community Engagement Coordinator.