Showing posts from January, 2020

Southwestern Advantage Facts

Southwestern Advantage - A Member of Southwestern Family of Companies Our Family of Companies features  over 20 brands  that serve businesses and consumers through financial services, consulting, real estate, fundraising, insurance, direct sales, executive placement and more. Southwestern Advantage is the founding company (1855), providing America's oldest entrepreneurial program for university students (1868). Participants of the program regularly find career opportunities within Southwestern Advantage and our  Southwestern Family of Companies . AWARDS & RECOGNITION 1,500+ participants from 200+ campuses and 20+ countries  each year Winner of the  CEIA  Charles F. Kettering Award for  Top Internship in the U.S.  - presented to Southwestern Advantage and Dr. Ralph Brigham, our Global Director of Campus Relations Recognized by the industry experts at  WayUp  as one of the nation's  Top 100 Internship Programs Recognized three years by Nashville's leading new

Share The Advantage: Leona Vicario

We believe in the power of serving others. Each summer, Southwestern Advantage Reps can opt-in to participate in Service Week. The amount they choose to donate from their personal profits goes toward the service project held on their incentive trip. In 2019, over $26,000 was donated to help the Mayan village of Leona Vicario, Mexico. For a long-term impact, a wing was added to the town library specific to children and special-needs children. On the two days Southwestern Advantage Reps went to the village, over 30 mini -service projects took place. Homes received new roofs, dirt floors were replaced with concrete floors, food, diapers and medicine were delivered to those in need, plumbing was installed in homes without, and two churches received supplies for local aid. Reps also spent time getting to know local families, library staff, and the school children who benefited from their assistance. The Mayor, City Delegate, and townspeople said, “Southwestern Advantage is now