Visit Minneapolis and Saint Paul, MN for the Spring Break Corporate Tour’s (SBCT) 11th anniversary. The trip will be held over Spring Break 2017 – departing on Sunday, March 5 and returning on Saturday, March 11. SBCT is designed to expose students to a number of companies and tour their facilities. You also will have an opportunity to learn from and speak with several employers and MSU alumni in various industries while developing meaningful relationships and contacts. The SBCT welcomes between 20-24 business-interested students to a behind-the-scenes peek into industry through 6-8 employer site visits.
Tentative employer site visits include: Target, C.H. Robinson, General Mills, 3M, Thrivent Financial, and more.
Students stay in downtown areas to engage in the local entertainment/shopping/cultural scene.
**Application Deadline: January 20, 2017**
Apply online at Handshake > Jobs > Search > Keyword: “SBCT”. You must be of freshman or sophomore status to apply. Application materials should include:
Please upload these three documents to Handshake when applying. To upload the application, please download it from the link provided, fill it out, and save it to your computer.
The MSU Career Services Network International Corporate Tours (ICT) are a unique experiential learning opportunity that brings students into actual global work environments.
Both ICT Europe and ICT China are two week long treks (non-academic credit) that expose students to a range of cities, industries, work settings, and cultures while helping them develop professional skills, identify talents, clarify interests, strengthen teamwork competencies, and form friendships.
The ICTs are designed for freshman and sophomore students of all majors; however, the opportunities are open to students at all undergraduate levels. This is the perfect early career development program for those students interested in traveling internationally, networking with employers and alumni, exploring various professions, experiencing cross-functional workplace roles, touring company facilities, discovering new cities, and making new friends. The intent of ICT Europe is not to secure internships and full-time positions at these international locations. However, for ICT China, Chinese national students are encouraged to participate as one of the goals is to connect these students with our partner companies in China for internships and full-time positions.
Along with unique perspectives into their organizations, host organizations provide team challenges that engage students in project simulations. Students learn to work effectively in groups and present solutions to real problems. Traveling between sites, students dialogue with career practitioners about what they have discovered.
**Please keep checking back to this site and watch for future International Corporate Tours**