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Fellowship Interest Form for Fall 2019/Spring 2020 NOW OPEN:

The CEL Fellowship is an opportunity for second year MBAs and SMPs to experience a more intensive management experience as a member of the CEL leadership team. It is a unique and individualized development experience in enterprise management as Senior Project Lead, working across multiple teams/projects (and CEL programs) to support and guide the execution of work for our clients here in St. Louis and around the globe.

Fellows take part in a variety of initiatives across programs/courses in the CEL, with direct involvement in the planning efforts for new and existing elements of the CEL Practicum, Metrics Clinic, Taylor Community Consulting Program, Small Business Initiative and others. Responsibilities will vary dependent upon interest and development, areas of need, and 'fit.' This may include team oversight, working directly with a cohort of team leads, program planning and advancement, helping to refine and improve our operations, and client consulting, developing and managing. This is a 3.0 credits/semester independent study in management and may involve travel.

In order to let us know of your interest, please complete this link by Friday, May 3rd.














 

 


The Center for Experiential Learning (CEL)

The Center for Experiential Learning (CEL) is an educational center located in the Olin Business
School at Washington University in St. Louis. The CEL is focused on creating innovative learning
opportunities that result in a meaningful impact in the business and nonprofit communities.

The CEL supports projects that are team-based, faculty-guided, and of consequence to clients.
Each year, the CEL oversees more than 140 projects with more than 545 Washington University
students. 

The projects are conducted for St. Louis nonprofits, start-ups, and global firms. The issues
addressed in these projects include accounting, finance, marketing, strategy, and general
management. Experiential learning complements classroom learning by reinforcing theories
and techniques studied in the classroom.