Engagement

The Paul College community includes not only our students, faculty and staff, but also the many alumni and business partners who engage with us. You not only hire our students, you mentor and advise them in ways that extend beyond the classroom. We offer many ways in which you can partner with us, as well as  training and consultation through three programs and centers that help individuals and New Hampshire businesses excel. Explore ways you can engage with us.

 

Training and Consultation

Partnerships at UNH

Executive Development Programs

Executive Development Programs

Intensive study for both companies and individuals who want to strengthen their management skills, develop leadership capabilities or enhance specific business skills

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Center for Family Business

Center for Family Business

Center for Family Business

Our core mission is helping family businesses optimize their enterprises while navigating complex family dynamics and all of the unique characteristics that come with being a family business.

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Jon Huntington, Andy Huntington ’08, and Henry Huntington ’80, of Pleasant View Gardens in Loudon, pose for a family photo at the Center for Family Business/CEO Forum Combined Annual Meeting.

Small Business Development Center

Small Business Development Center

Offering confidential business management advising and educational programs to more than 3,000 New HAmpshire businesses a year

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Additional Resources

  • Annie Spano ’14G gives her advice
    I am the founder/CEO of Style Collective, an online community and educational platform for female social media influencers. I’m also the host of the Becoming Fearless podcast, where I interview women about...
    Annie Spano ’14G gives her advice
    I am the founder/CEO of Style Collective, an online community and educational platform for female social media influencers. I’m also the host of the Becoming Fearless podcast, where I interview women about...
  • Joyce Craig ’89 is the first female mayor of Manchester, N.H.
    Joyce Craig was elected to the office of mayor for the city of Manchester, New Hampshire, on Nov. 8, 2017, becoming the first woman ever elected mayor of the Queen City. We had a chance to ask the Whittemore School of Business and Economics (now Paul College) alumna about her historic election and...
    Joyce Craig ’89 is the first female mayor of Manchester, N.H.
    Joyce Craig was elected to the office of mayor for the city of Manchester, New Hampshire, on Nov. 8, 2017, becoming the first woman ever elected mayor of the Queen City. We had a chance to ask the Whittemore School of Business and Economics (now Paul College) alumna about her historic election and...
  • Executive coach Tanya Mehta ’97 explains how self-awareness is critical to success
    There’s a quote from Antoine de Saint-Exupéry’s work The Little Prince that goes, “If you succeed in judging yourself rightly, then indeed you are very wise.” Tanya Mehta ’97, founder and CEO of Transverse Leadership, an executive coaching firm based...
    Executive coach Tanya Mehta ’97 explains how self-awareness is critical to success
    There’s a quote from Antoine de Saint-Exupéry’s work The Little Prince that goes, “If you succeed in judging yourself rightly, then indeed you are very wise.” Tanya Mehta ’97, founder and CEO of Transverse Leadership, an executive coaching firm based...
  • Vice President, Demand and Supply Management for Nike, Inc.
    Paul College: Tell us about your history and role at Nike. What has inspired you to stay at Nike for as long as you have? White: It was the summer of 1996, and all eyes were on the Atlanta Olympic Games, Michael Johnson and all the excitement surrounding his gold spikes. At the time, I was still...
    Vice President, Demand and Supply Management for Nike, Inc.
    Paul College: Tell us about your history and role at Nike. What has inspired you to stay at Nike for as long as you have? White: It was the summer of 1996, and all eyes were on the Atlanta Olympic Games, Michael Johnson and all the excitement surrounding his gold spikes. At the time, I was still...
  • Paul College senior has a plan
    Sometimes choosing a major comes down to what makes sense. For Lawson Martinez ’18, that has meant not only pursuing business administration with an accounting option at the Peter T. Paul...
    Paul College senior has a plan
    Sometimes choosing a major comes down to what makes sense. For Lawson Martinez ’18, that has meant not only pursuing business administration with an accounting option at the Peter T. Paul...