Johnson & Johnson Case Competition

2013 team takes 2nd place in national competition

Eligibility Open to all undergraduates
Location

Newark Campus, 1 Washington Park;
Johnson & Johnson HQ

Participation Teams of 5 to 7 members*
Sponsored by Johnson & Johnson
Contact Professor Joe Markert

Interested in applying your classroom knowledge to a real world business case? Want to gain perspective on the healthcare industry and a Fortune 50 company?

 

Steps

  1. Form your own team of 5-7 business students, OR submit your resume and we will form a team for you.
  2. Each team will present their case with supporting qualitative and financial data at 1 Washington Park (RBS-Newark Campus). 
  3. The winning team will attend the Corporate Competition at J&J World Headquarters (New Brunswick, New Jersey). All travel arrangements will be made by J&J.

 

Rules*

  • Teams may consist of 5 to 7 members.
  • 3 team members must be Accounting or Finance majors; Marketing, Management, and Supply Chain Management majors are encouraged to participate.
  • Each team may have only 1 Senior (defined as graduating less than 2 semesters from May's graduation).
  • Each team can only have a maximum of 2 members that competed last year.

 

Apply

Send your resume or team listing to: jemarkert@business.rutgers.edu. If sending a team listing; please include each member’s name, major, e mail, telephone and year of graduation.

 

Prizes: $2,000 cash prize

 

Benefits

  • Gain real world experience in the field of Corporate Finance
  • Develop analytical and financial modeling skills
  • Present to a panel of judges comprised of School Faculty and Johnson and Johnson employees
  • Get a 'Foot in the Door' at J&J, and add J&J employees to your network of contacts
  • Add a great accomplishment to your resume!

 

Additional Information

 

Important Dates

February 2, 2015
Deadline for Team Registration

February 4, 2015
Kickoff (Location #118)

March 6, 2015
On Campus Competition

March 13, 2015
J&J Headquarters Competition

 

Past Competitions