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

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.