Why become a corporate partner?
The UW Oshkosh sales program is considered a top sales program for equipping students with the fundamental knowledge about the buyer and sales process. This enables graduates to more effectively train with employers reducing their need for extra recruiting efforts and resulting in an increased ability to retain top talent and future leaders of your company.
Each semester the UW Oshkosh sales program introduces an average of 30 students (juniors and seniors) to the sales process. Traditionally our class makeup is about half marketing majors with the other students being a mixture of majors from both within the College of Business and from the College of Letters and Sciences.
Research from the Sales Education Foundation shows that employee first-year retention rates increase for students who have progressed through a sales training program. Partners also have the opportunity to meet with annually with sales faculty to provide feedback and insight on course content, job expectations and desired outcomes.
Corporate partner slots
UWO students each semester
Job retention rate compared to 35% of students who lack this experience
Corporate Partners Resources
The sales program events generally take place in Sage Hall, Culver Family Welcome Center and Reeve Union. Parking permits are not required to park in the lot next to the Culver Family Welcome Center but are required to park in other lots on campus. For a permit please connect with the sale program manager.
Our corporate partners have access to our course materials, student resumes, class surveys and the Chally Sales Assessments.
Partner companies are welcome to review course materials, and suggest revisions to materials. Contact us if you wish to review other course materials, such as assignments and/or exercises.
Important Class Dates
Regional businesses are an important part of the UW Oshkosh Professional Sales program. Professionals from several companies comprise our Sales Coaches Council. The professionals work closely with our faculty and students to deliver relevant learning across this challenging and diverse field.