Mentorship & Networking
BizFrosh is a fun event filled with games, challenges and prizes held in a hybrid format during September. This event is held to help incoming 1st and 2nd year students in the commerce and management program to explore their field of study and meet new people. They will also get the chance to meet upper year students who will act as mentors to them and help them with general queries about their program.
BizFormal is an end of the year celebratory event which will include awards, music, dance, food and drinks. This event celebrates the achievements of student leaders within the commerce and management program and is a fun way to end the year. We are hoping to hold it in an in-person format during April.
A 4-session mentorship program designed for first and second year students to help them transition into university and to enhance their professional skills. The sessions act as a bridge that brings first and second-year mentees together with our third and fourth- year students who mentor them throughout the academic year. The events provide a unique opportunity for networking as well as learning from those who have more experience with the academic life specific to the Commerce and Management programs at UTM.
A 2-session mentorship program designed for 3rd and 4th year students to prepare them for their professional life after graduation. The sessions act as a bridge that brings third and fourth-year mentees together with UTM-alumni who mentor them throughout the academic year. The events provide a unique opportunity for networking as well as learning from those who have more experience with professional and career development after graduation.
The BizNetworking event will serve as an opportunity for students to enhance their networking skills and build their personal brands by interacting and communicating with various industry reps. The virtual event will begin with a round of introductions, followed by a keynote speech, a contest and then a few hours of networking time between students and industry reps.
CPA/CFA Networking Night
The event was an opportunity for students to learn more about the different designations available upon graduation and build connections with reps knowledgeable about the different designations and their opportunities.
Mix’n’Mingle with Profs
The theme of two marketing events “Chess with Profs” and “Mix’n’Mingle with profs”is to help establish stronger relationships between students and the professors. It consists of drop-in chess games and/or board games which helps to break the ice between faculty members and the students.