The Kellogg Corporate Partnerships team facilitates the flow of real-world issues, insights and solutions between industry and the Kellogg community.
Our relationships with companies and organizations are invaluable, and our team works to understand your company’s needs and goals to uncover mutually beneficial opportunities—from recruiting your next generation of leaders, to working with faculty on leading edge research, to developing your existing talent through executive education. By helping you navigate opportunities, we can work to inspire dynamic change across both our organizations.
Jodi Harris, VP, Marketing Culture & Learning, AB InBev, on the value of experiential learning at Kellogg
Kellogg students lead and organize clubs, conferences and activities across all MBA programs. Corporate partners support the student community and assist with strategic investments to provide students and faculty the opportunity to engage with industry leaders.
Clubs / Play a vital role in supporting and enhancing the Kellogg student experience. From celebrating cultural diversity (affinity clubs) to offering professional guidance and support (functional and industry-based clubs), opportunities abound to engage with both Full-Time and Evening & Weekend MBA students.
Competitions / Competitions are important to the Kellogg student experience and provide a valuable and rigorous learning environment, as well as an opportunity for students to interface with customers and companies.
Conferences / Kellogg students host several conferences each year, bringing together business leaders from around the world to campus. We partner with companies around sponsorship, and much more.
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Experiential Learning / Impact the student experience beyond the classroom by exposing students to real-world business challenges while offering a new perspective on your category or brand. Kellogg is proud to offer experiential learning opportunities across industry, function and focus that are mutually beneficial for both students and our corporate partners.
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Giving / Help Kellogg educate, equip and inspire future leaders.
Kellogg’s Career Management Center (CMC) understands the evolving hiring landscape and helps companies find the right talent for lasting relationships and mutual, beneficial growth. The CMC connects recruiters and Kellogg talent to build meaningful, one-on-one relationships with strategies that work best for each company whether more traditional or just-in-time opportunities. Find your organization's next generation of leaders.
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Strong connections with industry partners enable Kellogg faculty members to bring real-world perspectives to their teaching and research. Explore our faculty’s academic expertise and let us know how we can partner to apply this knowledge to your organizational needs.
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Thought Leadership / Kellogg Insight provides ambitious business leaders with the research and expertise to drive growth. Kellogg Insight features faculty expertise around topics of data analytics, healthcare and finance—to name a few— and provides opportunities to collaborate with industry on salient issues.
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Industry Partnerships / We welcome new opportunities to engage with industries and companies.
Healthcare at Kellogg (HCAK) / HCAK partners with executives and organizations across a wide range of industries. These collaborations support students as well as corporations looking to broaden their perspectives.
Program on Data Analytics (PDAK) / PDAK cultivates an analytics ecosystem in which academic and industry leaders convene to exchange ideas, knowledge and best practices.
Social Impact / Kellogg’s vibrant social impact ecosystem engages with companies and organizations seeking project support or assistance recruiting students or alumni to board and career roles.
Whether the goal is to create a standalone solution or fashion part of a complex talent development initiative, Kellogg Executive Education focuses on how individuals and organizations can transform themselves. We offer specific plans and pathways for professional growth and functional development for individuals and teams as well as broader strategies for enterprise-wide executive development efforts.
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Here are a few examples of how companies partner with Kellogg faculty, students, and alumni:
Kellogg builds lasting recruiting relationships for employers to connect with students and alumni. Kathy Elsesser ’93, co-head, Global Consumer Retail Group, Goldman Sachs Group Inc., said, "Kellogg and Goldman are very similar in that they're very collaborative and very much about winning as a team while having your own individual contributions."
When Alicia Tillman became CMO at tech giant SAP in 2017, she took on a unique challenge. SAP is a 46-year-old company that is best known for back-office software, the ins and outs of which can be hard to describe to all but the most tech-savvy audiences. Tillman sat down with Eric Leininger, co-director of the Kellogg Chief Marketing Officer Program, to describe their new strategy.
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Kellogg partners with companies and industry leaders on thought leadership and sponsorship for the annual Business of Healthcare Conference, which is part of the vibrant healthcare ecosystem at Kellogg. Kellogg’s innovative Program on Healthcare at Kellogg (HCAK), was purposefully designed to offer an MBA that specializes in courses at the intersection of business and policy.
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The Kellogg Brave Leader Speaker Series includes prominent leaders from business, government and civil society who engage our community in thought-provoking discussions about key issues facing the business community and the world at large. Brave Leader Speakers include Gwynne Shotwell (SpaceX), Miles White (Abbott), Bernardo Hees (Kraft Heinz), Mellody Hobson (Ariel Investments) and Punit Renjen (Deloitte).
Meet our Brave Leaders