EY Student Leaders Program

Sponsored by Ernst & Young (EY), the EY Student Leaders Program is designed for School of Management students with exceptional academic performance, a commitment to community, and demonstrated leadership behaviors.

Transformative Leadership

The EY Student Leaders Program recognizes and provides opportunities for emerging transformative leaders – leaders who are purpose-driven and bring out the best in themselves and others. 

Students will develop a mindset to analyze and innovate while thinking and acting globally. The program will provide opportunities to develop leadership skills through purpose discovery and professional networking.

In addition to promoting transformative leadership skills, the program focuses in on the areas of technology and innovation. Students are able to develop the the cutting-edge skills needed to be successful in the Fourth Industrial Revolution, including:

  • statistical and data-driven decision making
  • data visualization
  • creative leadership
  • programming
  • modeling
  • leading for innovation
  • machine learning
  • advanced analytic methods

Building a Better Working World

EY’s stated purpose is Building a Better Working World. Through it’s four integrated service lines — Assurance, Consulting, Strategy and Transactions, and Tax — and with deep sector knowledge, EY helps clients to capitalize on new opportunities and assess and manage risk to deliver responsible growth. Their high-performing, multidisciplinary teams help them fulfill regulatory requirements, keep investors informed and meet stakeholder needs.

As an EY Student Leader, you will have interactions with EY professionals, campus ambassadors, Binghamton alumni and business executives throughout your tenure in the program, as well as opportunity to visit EY virtual and physical workplaces.  

Program Requirements

  • Maintain a cumulative GPA of 3.6 or higher.
  • Enroll in the honors seminars each semester (no credit).
  • Enroll in MGMT 261 - Technical Case Competition (one credit during Spring semester of sophomore year).
  • Enroll in MGMT 360 - Analytics Project (two credits usually during junior year).
  • Attend mandatory events related to professional development, networking and engagement, community service, etc.
  • Complete two additional technical electives beyond the required core coursework.
  • Complete one additional writing course (Gen Ed C or J).