The Cameron School prides itself on the strong ties it has built between the university and the business community. Along with the many Cameron students, interns and alumni who work with and for area businesses, the school provides direct support to the region’s entrepreneurs, established firms and working professionals through the school’s two economic centers and a wide range of professional development courses.
Courses designed for working professionals desiring to increase their effectiveness and maintain their currency of their field. Courses range from one day to multiple weeks and may be customized to your organization.
Provides individualized counseling designed to help businesses achieve their goals and gain a competitive advantage.
In this one-week summer camp, students work with faculty, entrepreneurs and current UNCW students to learn the basics of entrepreneurship and business in a fun environment. The program provides an introduction to entrepreneurship and "hands-on" project development in teams.
The center is a catalyst for entrepreneurial growth by linking emerging and high-growth ventures, entrepreneurs and support organizations to create business growth, jobs and innovation.
Sponsors events bringing the Wilmington area information technology professionals together for learning, networking, sharing of ideas and best practices, research and training.
The BB&T Center for Global Capitalism and Ethics promotes the understanding of the importance of and the underlying moral foundations of the capitalistic market structure.
The Cameron School welcomes the support of the community. The school offers many giving opportunities for individuals and corporate supporters.
CSB is fortunate to have many experienced executives from around the world involved in the future of our students as members of the Cameron Executive Network (CEN). CEN's core activity is mentoring CSB students.