Community Partnerships

Community Partnerships

At Ross, corporate sponsors build rich, individual relationships with Ross based on the goals of both partners. The Ross Multidisciplinary Action Projects (MAP) course is one of the most intense, student-driven learning experience in business education. Teams of students tackle pressing business challenges for sponsor organizations – major corporations, startups, and nonprofits all over the world. And the U-M Business Engagement Center is your front door to all U-M partnership opportunities.

Business+Impact Key Partners

We have robust and longstanding relationships with organizations and businesses in southeastern lower Michigan and Detroit. If you would like information about having a Board Fellow on your board, view additional information about becoming a Board Fellows partner.

If you would like your organization to partner with B+I directly on broader projects or events, learn how to become a partner.

One program through which we have forged those long-term partnerships is the Board Fellows Program. Over the past decade and half, the organizations below have had student board fellows work with their boards to make an impact on the community.