The Baylor ProSales program is incredibly cooperative, by design. Faculty teach and coach students to operate with a win-win mentality. The program is often referred to as the "ProSales Family," which is representative of the lifetime bonds formed among faculty, students and alumni.
Outstanding Student Coach
Josh Palermo was named the Spring 2021 Student Sales Coach of the Year.
The ProSales culture is further developed by ProSales students. Upon admittance into the program, underclassmen are connected as "ProSales Littles" to upperclassmen "ProSales Bigs," who mentor and guide their Littles through the program.
In addition to competing, all ProSales students serve as external competition sales coaches during their time in the program. This provides rich learning opportunities for both competitors and coaches, while building student-peer relationships and culture within the program.
ProSales upperclassmen are also tapped to further develop their own program as Student Leaders. These student groups organize, plan and emcee ProSales events throughout the year, including Top Gun, ProSales Silent Auction, ProSales Christmas party and ProSales Spring Celebration.