We are so thrilled to announce a unique milestone for Campus B: we're a decade old!
As we celebrate our 10th anniversary in 2020 we want to express our sincere gratitude to our friends for your support throughout all the years. Together we welcomed and supported more than 220 experiential learning programs with numbers surpassing 4500 participants across 4 continents - South America, North America, Europe, and Asia.
Campus B was established in May, 2010 in São Paulo by Daniel Amgarten and Marina Watts. Then the original vision was to expand opportunities for reciprocal international learning experiences in/out of Brazil. Today our vision has expanded along with our experienced team. We now have an extensive network across the globe supporting our mission to connect learners, academia, and organizations to comprehend and impact our global community.
We look forward to another fantastic decade of more collaborations, partnerships, and experiential journeys. Please count on us for whatever you may need from our side.
Abraços y Abrazos from your amigos at Campus b!
2010 - Our first logo!
DOWN THE MEMORY LANE
Here are some of the amazing experiencies we facilitated
in theses last few years
Redefining the boundaries of consulting and education, the STAR Global program gives students hands-on experience consulting for real companies. Undergraduate and MBA students work together under the guidance of a faculty member who serves as the senior consulting partner to the teams.
Teams working virtually first in the U.S. and then on the ground in Brazil, India, China, Hong Kong and Zambia.
Design Matters 2018 led by Professor Susan Melsop from Ohio State University in collaboration with Professor Juliana Bertolini from Mackenzie Presbyterian University (São Paulo) .
The program brought together an immersive international collaboration with students from both institutions co-designing a project with leaders from @CISARTE (Centro de Inclusão pela Arte, Cultura, Trabalho e Educação), a nonprofit that helps the homeless in #São Paulo. The engagement truly unlocked the power of design — showing us all how "design matters"!
Business Honors 2018 students from the Gies College of Business at the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign journeyed from São Paulo and Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, to Buenos Aires, Argentina, engaging in high-impact interactions with local students and companies while immersing in the local cultures — from tango lessons to samba dancing.
A highlight interaction was when the cohort of 34 business honors students joined 24 business students from the University of São Paulo #FEA-USP to participate in a case competition sponsored by @AMBEV