Summer Company Advisors

6 days

Empower a team of 10–12 high school students to run a company on a university campus for one week during the summer. Share your expertise, engage them in critical thinking exercises, enjoy a series of dynamic speakers, industry tours, and networking with other professionals like you. Summer Programs are held at various universities across Washington.

International Company Advisors

8 days (not including travel)

Educate a team of 10–12 English-speaking high school students in a global context. Share your expertise, engage them in critical thinking exercises, and provide feedback on the team's mission, while developing your leadership skills in the process. International Programs are held in Poland.

In-School Company Advisors

4–5 days

These community-focused day programs include the best components of the summer program in a short period of time at select rural Washington locations. Students attend our in-school programs as part of their graduation requirement.

FAQ

The fee is $500, which includes professional development, activities and most meals. By paying this fee, you are helping offset cost for students.


Because of the value of Washington Business Week advising, many companies cover the costs of their employees to participate.

Ideally, a Company Advisor candidate:

Possesses a sincere desire to mentor young adults and ignite their potential.

Is over 21 years old with 3+ years of professional work experience.

Wants to learn about group dynamics, inter-generational communication, and millennials in the workplace.

Understands the fundamentals of the business or industry they work in.

Is excited to network, meet new people, and have fun.

Daily programming begins at 8am and concludes at 8pm.
Washington Business Week requires Company Advisors to attend one half-day training in June prior to the program, as well as a full day of training on campus just before the program begins (on Saturday).