The Meis Student Development Center assists in the coordination of Scott College of Business professional development initiatives. The Center both initiates activities and supports the activities proposed by faculty, by student organizations, classes, or other members of the ISU campus community. The Student Development Center will serve all students in the Scott College of Business, coordinating with existing programs, including Networks programs and initiatives, to prepare ISU Scott College of Business students for careers in various business professions.
This Center works with the University’s Career Center. The Student Development Center is located on the first floor of the Scott College of Business. The Student Development Center is open Monday through Thursday and is staffed by professional, graduate, and peer assistants.
Additionally, the Student Development Center maintains a number of resource materials, including databases of Indiana and Illinois employers, for students’ use in searching for internships and career opportunities.
How has the Student Development Center helped you?
"The Student Development Center has allowed me to meet several marketing professionals and learn about their unique perspectives on marketing in the real-world."--Ashlee Hull Taylor, Marketing
"The Student Development Center has provided me with skills to better myself personally and professionally through networking and professional opportunities. Currently, I am interning for InFraWare, a medical transcription software company, which was originally brought to me by Ms. Kim LaGrange, Director of the Student Development Center. Every professional I have met in the Student Development Center is friendly and courteous, as well as eager to help any student that needs it."--Bobby Tichy, Marketing
Why Should students use the Student Development Center?
"The Student Development Center is a great resource for Scott College of Business students. Many timely opportunities, such as Professional Panel Discussions, are provided that allow students to enhance their business communication skills so they may reach their professional goals." –Dr. Bruce McLaren, Associate Dean, Undergraduate Programs
"We are fortunate to have the Student Development Center and Kim LaGrange in the Scott College of Business. Kim has significant experiences in HR and she is great to work with. I encourage all of our accounting students to take advantage of her expertise."--Dr. Joe Sanders, Accounting