Preparation for Success in Business Leadership

Program Info

Students seeking a more intensive business studies educational experience may apply to become a Carey Fellow, Sewanee's business honors program. Carey Fellows complete requirements beyond the normal coursework—including a semester-long, paid internship—that prepare them for leadership positions.


During the junior year, Carey Fellows spend one semester in an off-campus, paid internship at one of The Babson Center’s partner companies nationwide.

Executive Briefings

Carey Fellows travel to Austin, Chicago, San Francisco, Atlanta, and New York City for an extensive two-day collection of briefings with Sewanee alumni occupying leadership positions in a range of top-tier companies.

Class Profiles

Thirty-seven diverse and talented Sewanee students have the distinction of being Carey Fellows.