Find the programs and events that will give you the tools and opportunities you need to conquer the business world. From specific classes to small business experience, the Offutt School of Business will help in your journey toward a fulfilling career and a lifetime of success. 

The Anderson Office of Career Success was created in addition to the Concordia Career Center for the specific needs of OSB students. Career Success helps you secure that internship you've had your eye on, land a job in your field, and provides resources such as:

  • Networking opportunities (a huge stepping stone in any field!)
  • Access to professional mentors
  • Any other assistance you need to succeed

Job and Internship Services

Getting an internship or job requires a lot of hard work, preparation, a great application (and maybe even a useful connection or two). The Anderson Office of Career Success is here for OSB students who are looking for that perfect internship or job, helping with your resume and cover letters, all while assisting you as you build your contacts and network in your professional field.

Career Development Opportunities

Mentorship Program

Students who participate in the Offutt Mentorship Program are paired with a business professional in their chosen area of study. Students and their mentors are able to attend prescheduled events throughout the year as well as develop their own plan for learning and growth.

Hollstadt Women in Leadership

The Hollstadt Women in Leadership Program was created to give women business students the opportunity to learn and grown professionally from a successful alumnus in the business field.

BUSN 285 & 395: Career and Internship Development

A sequence of two courses that is part of the Offutt School’s Career Program called STEP: An Offutt Career and Leadership Journey. 

Health Career Expo

Top employers in the health industry come to Concordia's Grant Center, giving students networking and interview opportunities.

"Especially for me, a business marketing major in the Offutt School of Business, building connections and networking with people in my field is incredibly important. Fargo-Moorhead is a great place to find internships and the Concordia community is there to support you in any way possible.” - Justin Monroe '21

Grant Center

Business doesn’t stop at 5 p.m. Neither should your access to the perfect place to study or collab with other Cobbers. From reading nooks to presentation spaces, this 24-hour modern facility is an ideal place to network and learn. The renovation of Grant Center, home of the Offutt School of Business, won LEED Silver certification for its sustainable design and construction. BONUS: the building is connected to the Erickson and Hallett dorms, making them popular choices for business students.