Testimonials

The 5 in 15 video series showcases universities that are successfully using Suitable’s software to enhance their existing student development programs. We discuss why their programs were created, how they make students aware, what they do to add value for students, and how they leverage Suitable’s technology to engage more students than they ever have before. Check out the videos below to learn more.

 

Louisiana Tech

Jessica George - Executive Director of Student Services and Placement
Sean Carson - VP of University Partnerships

Louisiana Tech College of Business launched a new student development program powered by Suitable called E3. E3 stands for Engage, Elevate and Explore. The E3 program was designed to enable students to build a record of their competency development showcasing learning experiences that take place outside the classroom.

 

University of Akron

Kevin Smith, PhD. - Director of Institute of Leadership Advancement
Sean Carson - VP of University Partnerships

The Institute for Leadership Advancement offers The University of Akron’s only comprehensive academic and co-curricular leadership programs to students of all academic majors and interests.

 

University of Alabama

David Motherbaugh, PhD. - Associate Dean for Undergraduate Programs
Susan Cowles - Director of Career Management
Sean Carson - VP of University Partnerships

UA Business LEAD’s dedication to the growth and development of its students and graduates goes beyond classroom learning to instill in students the values of the school itself: the rigorous pursuit of knowledge, a capacity for innovation in modern business’ most competitive fields and the ability to remain relevant in a global business environment that is always redefining relevance.

 

Troy University

Sven Aelterman - Director of IT - Sorrell College of Business
Tara Morelock - Development Coordinator - Sorrell College of Business
Sean Carson - VP of University Partnerships

The Sorrell College of Business’ GEEKS program brings the College’s mission statement to life. SORRELL graduates are Globally aware, Engaged with the business community, Ethical decision makers, Knowledgeable to compete, and Successful. Through participation in College and University co-curricular and extracurricular activities mapped to each of these traits, students achieve GEEK status and demonstrate their career readiness.

 

UNC Greensboro

Tyler Wiersma - Assistant Director for Undergraduate Professional Development
Sean Carson - VP of University Partnerships

Bryan Gold is a career readiness challenge designed to bolster the personal and professional development of undergraduate students in the Bryan School of Business and Economics. Students can engage in activities tied to eight key competencies desired by employers, and track their progress along the way. Bryan Gold’s gamified approach also inspires healthy competition as students earn points, level-up, and attain badges on their way to the top of the public leaderboard. This holistic experience provides employers with a visual representation of individuals’ accomplishments and proficiencies and helps Bryan School students set the gold standard for young business professionals.

 

Temple University

Laura Broomell - Assistant Director of Enrollment Management
Sean Carson - VP of University Partnerships

In an effort to ensure our future graduates are positioned for career advancement, the Fox School of Business has introduced the Fox Leadership Development Program (FLDP). Powered by Suitable, the FLDP will strengthen competencies that companies/recruiters regularly look for in potential employees.

 

Montclair State University

Duane Williams - Director of Center for Leadership and Engagement
Sean Carson - VP of University Partnerships

Experience Montclair (EM) is a University-wide initiative designed to provide activities, events and workshops to help students stimulate intellectual curiosity and career readiness through academic and co-curricular programming. This initiative promotes active student engagement starting in the very first semester. As students begin their transition to college life they will be presented with opportunities to explore areas of personal and professional interest in order to gain necessary skills for future employment and/or graduate study. By employing a competency-based approach, student engagement can be translated into competencies to make sense for students, administrators, family members and potential employers.

 

Kean University

Nohelia Diplan, MSW - Managing Assistant Director
Sean Carson - VP of University Partnerships

The Cougar Pathway to Success was designed to give Kean students the ability to take ownership of their professional competency development outside of classroom.

 

University of Pittsburgh

Amy Lavallee - Outside the Classroom Curriculum Coordinator
Sean Carson - VP of University Partnerships

The OCC is a collection of experiences, programs, and events at Pitt that help students to make the most of their collegiate experience. Open to all Pitt students, regardless of major or career path, the OCC helps students develop highly desirable character traits and life skills.

 

University of Wyoming

Jo Chytka - Director of Advising, Career and Exploratory Studies Center (ACES)
Sean Carson - VP of University Partnerships

SOAR is a competency based program at UW made up of experiences that will shape, engage and prepare students to meet unpredictable and complex challenges for the future. Students participate in high impact learning experiences in research, cross-cultural and international perspectives, internships, entrepreneurship, leadership and community service.

 

Shippensburg University

Victoria Kerr - Director of Career Development
Alix Rouby - Director of MBA Recruitment, Business Internships and Entrepreneurial Outreach
Sean Carson - VP of University Partnerships

To ensure future graduates are positioned for career advancement, John L. Grove College of Business teamed up with the Career, Mentoring and Professional Development Center to introduce its Raider Ready Program. Powered by Suitable, the Raider Ready is designed to strengthen competencies that companies/recruiters regularly look for in potential employees.