The Robert W. Plaster School of Business and Entrepreneurship partners with area businesses to gain a thorough understanding of the skills that business graduates need in order to succeed within their businesses. The primary partnerships are with members of the Business Advisory Council whose members are prominent area businessmen and women. The School of Business and Entrepreneurship faculty and staff also interface with other numerous area businesses and organizations in order to keep abreast of what Lindenwood business students need to be successful in their professional experiences upon graduation.
The School of Business and Entrepreneurship Internship program is a vehicle for students to gain real world business experience while they are going to school. Upon graduation they are able to put those skills to use as they join the work force or continue on for graduate work.