Information for Businesses
We give our time. We serve the underprivileged. We practice vital leadership skills. We work toward a common goal.
We are Service Leadership.
What Sets a Service Leader Apart
There are many valuable skills and attributes that Service Leaders gain through their participation in the program. These skills will give students an advantage in the business world and help them continue to serve their communities beyond our collegiate experiences. Some of these skills include:
- Creating and organizing events to serve the community
- Managing and motivating others
- Establishing lasting professional relationships
- Executing business meetings efficiently and productively
- Utilizing a variety of leadership methods, skills, trends, and applications
- Balancing class work, service responsibilities, and social obligations
As a business, there are three main ways to become involved with our program:
- Participate in a career shadowing or mentoring program
- Volunteer your time working alongside Service Leaders at a Service Leadership event: The Annual Toy Drive in December or The Annual Cook School Service Day in March
- Provide donations or sponsorship to one of our Service Leadership events such as Make a Difference Day, Toy Drive, Service Day or the Social Justice Computing Project.
- To get involved, contact: (314) 977-5234 or email@example.com
Student Advisory Board
The Service Leadership Student Advisory Board is the governing body for the Service Leadership Program. The group meets every other week to organize large community service projects, plan social events, and make recommendations for program enhancement. Members of the board receive service hours for their involvement. Group Service Projects Service Leaders plan and implement several group service projects throughout the year including our annual Toy Drive, our annual John Cook School of Business Service Day, our Monthly Service series and Relay for Life.
Executive Advisory Board
The Service Leadership Executive Advisory Board is a group of successful, service-minded business professionals who volunteer their time to attend meetings once per semester.
They advise Service Leaders on current and future projects and goals. Their thoughts and advice are integral to the advancement of the Service Leadership Program.
|Ms. Debbie Barbeau||Asst. Dean & Director||John Cook School of Business|
|Mr. Tracy Beckette||Executive Vice President & Chief Credit Officer||Heartland Bank|
|Mrs. Nell Breckenridge||Project Manager - India Industrial Participation Programs||Boeing Company|
|Ms. Hollie Caupp||Senior Director||Express Scripts|
|Mr. Nicholas Chambers||Manager||Grant Thorton, LLC|
|Mr. Paul Foppe||Management Reporting & Analysis Lead||Monsanto|
|Mr. Matt Judkins||Director of Marketing||Laird Technologies, Inc.|
|Mr. Bob McCauley||President||Raising the Bar LLC|
|Dr. Stephen Miller||Director of Executive Education||John Cook School of Business|
|Mr. John Pinnock||Principal, Senior Recruiter||Sense Corp|
|Mr. Charles Schwartz||Vice President, Manager - New Advisor Sales Training||Wells Fargo|
|Mr. Rick Skinner||Vice President - Volunteer Center||United Way of Greater St. Louis|
|Mr. Tom Stemm||Owner||GadellNet Consulting Services|
|Ms. Mary Kate Morely Ryan||Manager, Human Capital & Organization Effectiveness||Accenture Management Consulting|
|Dr. Ellen Harshman||Interim Academic Vice President||Saint Louis University|