The College of Business (COB) at the University of Louisville recently launched its new co-curricular engagement program, Cardinal Flight, which tracks and rewards undergraduate business students for on and off-campus involvement outside the classroom.
Students will engage in meaningful co-curricular experiences that contribute to the three pillars of success: academic, personal, and professional.
Within these pillars, students will engage in various structured learning experiences that promote growth in seven of the NACE-inspired career readiness competencies. Students’ experiences will be tracked, reflections will be submitted and reviewed, and students can document experiences on their resume and on a co-curricular transcript.
Students who successfully complete the program will earn a certificate of completion and a Cardinal Flight graduation stole.
What is Cardinal Flight?
Cardinal Flight is a developmental program offering undergraduate business students meaningful co-curricular experiences outside of the classroom that contribute to the three pillars of success: academic, personal, and professional.
Students will participate in campus and community activities that promote growth in seven of the NACE-inspired career readiness competencies:
- Career Development
- Diversity and Inclusion
- Strategic Thinking
Note: NACE stands for the National Association of Colleges and Employers. All competencies definitions and sample behaviors are adapted from NACE.Get Started