CBT on the Road

"Tell me and I forget, teach me and I may remember, involve me and I learn."

- Benjamin Franklin

  • Do you learn by doing?
  • How about by traveling?
  • Would you rather see first hand what an organization is all about?
  • And get the chance to meet various industry leaders?
Then check out CBT on the Road!

The College of Business & Technology recognizes the positive impact of experiential learning. CBT on the Road gives students the opportunity to tour firms across Nebraska and build their network while gaining insight into what their futures could hold.
Stop by our offices at WSTC 119E or 121E to learn more!

Click the tabs to see where CBT on the Road has gone!

North Platte

Students spent a full day in North Platte, touring Union Pacific, Nebraskaland Bank Corporate Headquarters, and Walmart Distribution Center.

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Union Pacific

Union Pacific

Union Pacific

Nebraskaland

Nebraskaland

WalMart

WalMart

Lincoln, 2015

Supply Chain Management students visited four companies to learn about SCM jobs and responsibilities, and how SCM jobs support overall operations. The four companies were: Schneider Electric (manufacturing), Crete Carriers (transportation and logistics), Kawasaki (manufacturing), and Sandhills Publishing (warehousing and distribution).

Crete

Sandhills

Kawasaki

Schneider

Grand Island

Students spent the day in Grand Island visiting Hornady Manufacturing, Beavercreek Marketing, Saint Francis Medical Center, and Bosselman Companies.

CBT students and faculty touring a business in Grand Island.

Students taking a tour of a Grand Island business.

Students and faculty watching a presentation

Students watching a presentation at a Grand Island business

Students taking a tour of a Grand Island business

Lincoln, 2013

Students spent a full day in Lincoln touring National Research Corporation, Sandhills Publishing, and Neebo.

Students touring businesses in Lincoln

Omaha

Students toured Werner Enterprises and ConAgra Foods plus spent the evening at an alumni networking reception.

Students touring ConAgra foods in Omaha