Corporate Projects

Engage with a select team of Olin Business School students on a custom project that addresses your specific company challenges.

Panos Kouvelis, Director, BCSCI

Take advantage of the analytic capabilities of the Boeing Center community—and gain five times the value—with a three- to four-month practicum project. You work with a team of specially selected students, led by a faculty advisor, on your high-stakes supply chain or operations challenges. Alternatively, you may choose a faculty-supervised internship project, which allows access to onsite, full-time interns dedicated solely to your project.

BCSCI by the numbers


full-time faculty


MS in Supply Chain Management students


doctoral students


MBA students with supply chain specialization


experiential projects and internships


MS in Business Analytics students

in the Supply Chain Analytics track (projected)

A great way to preview talent

Your company-sponsored practicum project gives students hands-on, think-on-your-feet experience. It’s also a great way for you to preview Olin talent. More than 25% of the companies that sponsor practicums extend an internship or full-time job offer to the practicum students who have created a lasting impact on their organization.

Projects represent a wide range of organizations and industries

Through the Boeing Center, we tackle critical technology, information and supply chain issues, working to find innovative solutions to operational and management challenges.

For a better idea of how we work with our member companies, take a look at some of the projects we've done recently:

Project of the Year Symposium

The annual BCSCI Symposium features the top corporate mini-consulting projects executed via the Boeing Center during the academic year. The students who make up the project teams present the projects and compete on multiple dimensions of performance for three different awards. The teams also compete for a share of the $10,500 award pool and induction into the Boeing Center Projects Hall of Fame. To see a recap of our 2020 Symposium, click here.