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About K-LAB

In the Kogod School of Business, we believe that the notion of business education should be extended beyond the classroom to include experiential learning that will enhance our students' intellectual development, leadership ability, communication skills, and professional self-confidence. That's why we created a "lab" for business students, where activities that allow students to learn valuable professional skills in real world settings are developed and supported.

In the K-LAB (Kogod Leadership and Applied Business) we recognize that you are looking for involvement that will meet your individual goals. That's why we offer programs for both graduate and undergraduate students that will engage you with the Kogod community, corporate partners and the District of Columbia.

Why get involved?

Here are the Top 10 reasons students get involved at Kogod:

10. Meet other students with similar interests 

9. Make good use of hands-on opportunities

8.  Help make the transition to college or graduate program easier

7. Improve your communication skills 

6.  Practice better time management

5.  Feel more connected to the Kogod and AU community

4. Network with alumni and business professionals

3. Build stronger relationships with faculty and staff

2.  Develop your skills and ability to work on a team

And the #1 Reason to Get Involved: You will have unique and significant experiences to discuss in a job interview

Meet the K-LAB Staff

Start Your Experience

Complete the K-LAB Interest form to design your experience.

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  1. Andrew Toczydlowski, Assoc Director of Programming & Student Activities, KSB

    KSB - Acad Progs - Student Activities

    Before starting in the Kogod School of Business, Andrew was the Coordinator of Governance and Leadership in the University Center & Student Activities. He worked with a variety of student organizations including undergraduate Student Government, the … More

    Send email to Andrew Toczydlowski

    (202) 885-1982