Calvin College provides a highly skilled workforce not just for West Michigan, but for communities across the nation and around the globe.
The Business Drive is an opportunity for local and national businesses to support the next generation of Christian business leaders.
Business Drive gifts directly and immediately support Calvin students through:
Interns provide a flexible, cost-effective workforce not requiring a long-term commitment. And more than 85 percent of Calvin students complete a practicum or internship before graduation. To learn more, contact Laurie Lemmen, Calvin's internship coordinator, at (616) 526-8744 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
CAP projects are experiential learning opportunities that allow students to act as consultants on real business problems. Challenges or opportunities can be based in accounting, finance, marketing, operations or human resources. Professionally and academicallyexperienced faculty members guide students through the process, ensuring students achieve better results and more realistic project experience. To learn more visit www.calvin.edu/innovation.
Join us for special events on campus such as the annual Chick-fil-A Leadercast, an event focusing on leadership, business and creativity. Past Leadercast speakers have included Seth Godin and Muhtar Kent.