Undergraduate Student Programs

Explore the scholarship and consulting opportunities the Consulting and Business Development Center has for you.

Undergraduate Scholarships

The Consulting & Business Development Center supports undergraduate scholarships at the UW Foster School of Business. These student fellows receive funds that support their education at the University of Washington.  To further their education, student fellows participate in real-life consulting projects provided by the center that sharpens their professional skills, increases their marketability and grows their networks.

ABBS (Association of Black Business Students) Endowed Scholarship

Provide assistance to undergraduate students in Business Administration, with preference given to students who have had a deep cultural experience within the African American culture. Contact Undergraduate Programs Office

Asian Pacific Islander Endowed Scholarship

Provide assistance to undergraduate students at the Foster School of Business, with preference given to students who have had a deep cultural experience within the Asia or Asian/Asian Pacific Islander culture. Contact Undergraduate Programs Office

Scott & Ann Marie Robertson Endowed Scholarship

Provide assistance to students who are first-year undergraduates at the Foster School of Business, graduates from Seattle Public Schools, is an under-represented minority at the Foster School, and/or have community service and/or work experience. Contact Undergraduate Programs Office

Thaddeus H. Spratlen Endowed Scholarship

Provide assistance to undergraduate students at the Foster School of Business, with a preference for students who have had a deep cultural experience within the African American culture or from other under-represented groups of color. Contact Undergraduate Programs Office

Rotary Club of Seattle, Business Mentors Scholarship

Provide assistance to undergraduate students who participate in the Center’s Business Management Consulting Program.  Scholarships are awarded based on students’ ability to showcase exemplary leadership, cross-cultural communication and application of business knowledge. Contact Wil Tutol

Fellowship Programs

Throughout the academic year, fellows are expected to complete a set number of hours towards their practical education through consulting projects offered by the center. Hourly requirements are assigned through a point- based system, where fellows must acquire 50 total points before the end of the assigned academic year. Opportunities to attain the points required are available via the student consulting programs listed below.

Student Consulting Programs

Consultants serve their clients to solve complex business problems. We offer students hands-on experience as consultants in projects that include business strategy, operational techniques, management, finance, accounting, and marketing. Our programs range in length from one week to one quarter.

76% of students who participated in these programs report that their experience helped them obtain their first job after graduation.
92% reported that their experience helped them perform better than their colleagues.
For details about specific programs, click on the headers below.

Business Impact Group (BIG) Consulting Program
Consulting Challenge
Consulting Program in Accounting
Strategic Consulting & Multicultural Marketing (MKTG/MGMT 445)
Summer Internship Program

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