Walker Fellows Membership

Walker Fellows

Current Application 

Walker Fellows are now accepting applications new member applications! This application will close on September 30th at 5pm. If you are selected to continue through the rest of the membership process, you will be asked to attend the following interations: 

First Interaction: Monday, Oct. 21st 5PM - 9PM
Second Interaction Wednesday, Oct. 23rd 5PM - 9PM
Third Interaction: Friday, Oct. 25th various times throughout the day

Please follow the link below for the current application:

https://form.jotform.com/WalkerFellows/walker-fellows-student-application-

Required Application Materials

Two Recommendations: At least one of your recommenders must be a College of Business Faculty member. If you are a transfer student, an instructor from your previous institution may be subtituted for a WCOB faculty member

Resume

Statement of Interest- Topic: What drives you to become a Walker Fellow? What participation in extracurricular/work/community activities have you had that emphasized experience with people? How has that developed you as a person?

Benefits

  • Gain valuable skills in leadership, event planning, communication, marketing, and teamwork
  • Ability to impact students in the Walker College of Business
  • Exclusive opportunities to interact and engage with alumni and business professionals

Time Commitment

  • The group holds mandatory meetings for one hour once a week. Currently, meetings take place on Tuesdays at 8:00 am
  • Members serve as hosts at Walker College of Business events, including alumni, recruiting and fundraising events
  • Occasionally, time is required for committee meetings and to work on special projects and event planning

Requirements

  • Declared or intended WCOB major
  • Preferred GPA of 2.75 or higher
  • The ability to dedicate two active undergraduate semesters to the organization 
  • The attainment of a high school diploma or equivalent of a full calendar year prior to applying, and at least sophomore level standing 
  • Evidence of involvement, leadership, and/or significant teamwork or supportive roles
  • Strong interpersonal, verbal, and written communication skills
  • Strong understanding of professionalism