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Q-camp, named for Paul B. Queally, R'86, is designed to introduce undergraduate students to practical, real-world exercises in professional and career skills.


The Program

Employers want to hire college students who are career ready, but what exactly does that mean and when should students start to prepare?

Q-camp, named for Paul and Ann-Marie Queally, '86 and first piloted in 2008, is a two-day conference designed to answer these questions. 

Topics include:

  • Tips and tricks for effective virtual engagement
  • Unconscious bias and its’ impact on our own personal brand
  • Naming and claiming your strengths
  • The inner view to the interview
  • One on one mock interviews with alumni and corporate partners
  • Speed networking

Target audience: Business school sophomores and fall transfer juniors.

There is no registration fee; however, a limited number of students will be accepted into this virtual program on a first-come, first-served basis. Early registration is strongly encouraged!

Q-camp is packed full of interactive seminars and opportunities to practice the newly introduced skills with alumni, corporate friends and faculty. Q-camp will be held January 29-30, 2021.

Q-camp 2021 Agenda

Registration Information

  • A registration link will be emailed to all eligible students on Sunday, November 15, 2020 at noon. (Eligible students include pre-business sophomores, entrepreneurship minors, A&S Econ, & Math Econ).
  • No deposit required, unlike in previous years
  • Registration does not guarantee acceptance into Q-camp, due to limited capacity. Eligible students will be selected on a first-come, first-serve basis.
  • Students will be notified December 2, as to whether they are invited to attend the Q-camp Conference or be placed on the waitlist.

 For additional questions, please visit the FAQ page.

11th Annual Q-camp, 2019