The Executive-in-Residence Program (EIRP) is a unique feature of The Peter J. Tobin College of Business in that it provides to both the undergraduate and graduate students in-school opportunities to engage in real-world business consulting with actual business and non-profit organizations. The mission of the Program is closely aligned with that of the College: to enable students experiential learning opportunities that are reflective of the real world of business into which they will graduate, and to make students more effective leaders through such experiences.
Admission into EIRP classes is competitive and students must apply and receive a notice of acceptance from the Program Director prior to registration. This ensures students, faculty and participating organizations of the highest quality consulting and learning experience. A variety of organizations choose to utilize the Executive-in-Residence Program for fresh perspectives on business problems, new ideas for product development or solution of other common and uncommon business challenges. Students receive academic credit for their work in EIRP and are regularly partnered with organizational executives throughout the course, which is supervised by a senior Tobin College faculty member.
A maximum of 18 students are admitted to each Executive-in-Residence class.
For more information about the program, contact:
Christopher P. Long, Ph.D.
Director, Executive-in-Residence Program
The Peter J. Tobin College of Business
St. John's University
8000 Utopia Pkwy
Jamaica, NY 11439[email protected]
Broadridge Financial Solutions, Inc.
COO, ICS & Chief Financial OfficerCatholic Medical Mission Board
Chief Financial OfficerCenter for Wealth Preservation/Mass Mutual
Craig E. Smith
Managing Director, Marketing & AffiliationCushman & Wakefield, Inc.
Joseph A. Fabrizi
Developmental Disabilities Institute, Inc.
Executive DirectorGoodwill Industries of Greater New York and Northern New Jersey, Inc.
Rex L. Davidson
President & CEOHenry Schein, Inc.
James P. Breslawski
President & COOKPMG
Global Head of CommunicationsLeerink Swann
Chief Administrative OfficerNational Grid
Kenneth D. Daly
Chief Financial Officer, Gas DivisionNew York Stock Exchange
Market DataRidgewood Savings Bank
William C. McGarry
President & CEORR Donnelley
Robert J. Bruno
Area Vice President of Northeast SalesSceptre Tours
Chief Executive OfficerStandard & Poor's
Vice President, Financial AnalysisUnited Cerebral Palsy, Suffolk
Stephen H. Friedman
Chief Executive OfficerWeiser LLP
Chief Marketing Officer
Following are those organizations, along with links to their websites, who are past and present partners in the Executive-in-Residence Programs (EIRP) at the Peter J. Tobin College of Business.
The projects that are undertaken for the participating organizations vary greatly. They do, however, have several characteristics in common including the following:
Since one of the basic elements in the educational process employed by the EIRP is team-based activity, it is important that the projects have both sufficient breadth and depth to present a challenge to such an analysis.
Among the projects that have been undertaken are the following: