Take a Bronco to Lunch
Take a Bronco to Lunch (TBL) is a mentor program that seeks to match College of Business and Economics (COBE) students with industry professionals for a one-time lunch*. This program allows students to meet with a mentor in a friendly and relaxed setting.
*You are not limited to just lunch! Past TBL sessions have chosen to go to coffee, meet on campus, attend a local event, or even just talk over the phone. This program is less about food (although who doesn’t love a good sandwich?!) and more about facilitating genuine connections.
Registration and matching with a professional is simple. First, we will gather information on your career interests and goals. Next, we will meet with you to begin the matching process. After being matched, we will provide the mentor’s information for you to coordinate a meeting.
Ready to register? Complete the Student Registration Survey.
Connecting with a COBE student is easy. First, we will gather information about your career and area of expertise. Next, we use that information to pair you with a student. Once paired, we will provide you with the student’s information. However, the responsibility is on the student to coordinate a meeting.
Ready to register? Complete the Professional Registration Survey.
Meet a Mentor
Julie Dresback works in Strategy and Planning at St. Luke’s Health System. In her role, she gets to think deliberately and creatively about the impacts of regulation, population, economics, technology and other factors on Idaho healthcare.
With a Master’s in Organizational Communication from Rutgers University, Julie recognizes the value of networking. She applauded her TBL student for stepping outside their comfort zone and confidently leading the conversation.