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On-Campus Opportunities Await

Getting involved on campus is one of the best ways to make connections and gain experiences you can leverage throughout your career. 

 
Join Our Clubs

Find common ground through graduate student clubs. More than 70 professional, social, and service clubs are available to students across Ross MBA programs.

As a student-run organization addressing business, culture and other non-political issues, Greater China Association (GCA) aims to strengthen the bonds among current GCA students, serve as a focal point of communication among GCA alumni and students, promote Greater China's role in world economy and its culture in the Ross community, and promote Ross brand in GC areas to potential applicants.
The Healthcare and Life Science (HLS) Club is dedicated to preparing members for successful careers across all sectors of the healthcare industry.  HLS Club members are ready to take on leadership roles in the industry and make a significant impact globally. "¢ To provide excellent education programs to advance members' understanding of the intricate and evolving issues of the healthcare industry and to prepare members to lead the industry innovatively and ethically.  "¢ To host meaningful networking events so that members develop a strong, responsive professional network. "¢ To build and maintain mutually beneficial relationships with corporate partners with the goal of enhancing the career exposure and prospects for our members and enriching our corporate sponsors by providing them with access to a rich talent pool of students ready to take on the challenges of their companies. "¢ To empower members with resources that allow for the pursuit of individualized short-term and long-term career goals.
Mission: The Human Capital Club at the Michigan Business School promotes the understanding and integration of human capital and other organizational strategy issues in business practice through the education and development of its members. Objectives The HCC fulfills its mission by: *Developing and facilitating educational opportunities for its members to learn about organizational strategy and relevant areas of interest, both in theory and practice. *Providing members with career resources to guide them through career development while at Michigan Ross *Establishing a network of resources both within and beyond the university community through which its members may help further professional knowledge and understanding beyond their formal education. *Serving as the conduit between individuals passionate about organizational strategy and faculty, to ensure that the university environment supports engagement in the field throughout the curriculum and campus.
The Indian Subcontinent Business Association is a student club dedicated to helping students of Indian subcontinent origin transition into business school life, promoting awareness about the subcontinent among the larger business school community and encouraging social and professional interaction among students from the subcontinent. ISBA is focused on helping its members excel professionally and socially. Feel free to contact any ISBA board member to know more about how we can help you.
The Japan Business Association seeks to promote a deeper understanding of Japanese business culture and practices throughout the Ross community. We aim to build and further the awareness of the Ross MBA in Japan, and to assist both prospective and admitted students in their transition to Ross. As the primary link between the Ross School of Business and the Ross Alumni Club of Japan, we also maintain and develop new networking and professional opportunities for our members, both domestically and internationally.
Korea Business Club at Ross is a graduate student organization open to all MBA students who are interested in Korean cultures, communities and businesses. We provide information, resources, tools and guidance to members for careers in Korea and promote a deeper understanding of Korean business culture within the Ross community.
The Maize & Jew provides social, cultural and networking opportunities for graduate Jewish business students. The club aims to bring its members together with other Jewish graduate students on campus as well as serve as an educational resource for the greater business school community.
The Maize & Brew Club is a non-profit organization devoted to the appreciation, drinking, and brewing of beer as well as a resource for students interested in entering the beer industry. Maize & Brew's goal is educate members about the characteristics of beer, beer making processes, industries, and provide action-based learning opportunities through educational series and corporate business operations tours. Join today and Maize & Brew will keep you up-to-date on all-things-beer here in Ann Arbor, including brewing events, brewery tours, and happy hours. Plus, we'll be co-sponsoring events with other clubs including dinners and charitable fundraisers. Prost!
ABOUT US A non-denominational Christian community at the Ross School of Business dedicated to sharing God's love, encouraging its members, and growing in our faith together. WHY We are devoted to understanding how and why the Christian faith informs both our professional and personal life decisions. We aim to better understand the intersections between faith and the business world while also rejoicing in His enduring love and the amazing blessings that come with it. In addition, we support each other through shared experiences and bear one another's burden" in order to "spur one another on to love and good deeds." If you don't know about Christianity, and want to find out more, we welcome your questions and would love to dialogue with you.
FinTech is one of the fastest growing sectors and has the power to radically change the way individuals and businesses acquire, exchange, and manage money. The MBA FinTech Club at Michigan Ross seeks to promote FinTech career opportunities and knowledge for MBAs through educational sessions, industry speakers, and company and career connections. The club is dedicated to MBAs, but actively partners with the University and Ross-wide FinTech initiatives, in addition to the broader Michigan FinTech Club, to bring the best FinTech learning and career opportunities to MBAs.
The Michigan Code Academy is established for the purpose of breaking down barriers for the greater University of Michigan community to take initiative and develop technical skills through extracurricular learning. Our mission is to foster a learning community that empowers Wolverines to activate, advance, and apply practical technical skills.
The Marketing Club at Ross is comprised of more than 100 students with interests in diverse fields such as brand management, healthcare, technology, consulting, retail, and services. The club strives to equip students with the necessary tools and coaching to excel in networking and interviewing. We hope you utilize all the resources the club has to offer!
Looking for a fun way to kick-off your Ross experience and make lasting bonds with your classmates before school starts? M-Treks are 7-10 day long MBA2 led adventure trips that promote fun, friendship, and the Ross culture. Treks are completely student run, open to all incoming students, and are a great way to meet classmates and start building bonds before you formally start the MBA curriculum. Treks of 10-20 students catered to a variety of travel interests will cross the globe in mid-August. Whether you enjoy camping in the heart of the wilderness or spending time on the beach in an exotic location, there's a trek for you. Visit a country new to you, explore a different culture, or try something out of your comfort zone. Some trips are action packed, backpacking, and hosteling adventures while others have more of a tropical, laid back feel. After your trip, you'll head back to Ross with a great group of friends (fellow MBA1 Trekkers) to hang out with in Ann Arbor and mentors (MBA2 Trip Leaders) that can tell you the secrets to making it through your first year.
Net Impact' at Ross's mission is to make Ross MBAs the paragons of responsible leadership. To this end, we focus on three primary areas that provide our members the tools to lead in thoughtful action: -Career and Professional Development: To provide career resources that enable students to find jobs in fields geared toward or incorporating attention to social impact and sustainability, and to connect students with a worldwide network of Net Impact members. -Events and Community Development: To raise awareness about the power of business for social, environmental, and economic impact by organizing events for the student body and to build a community of students who are committed to these tenets. -Curriculum and School Development: To encourage student and faculty learning and leadership development through engagement in social and environmental issues in the curriculum and school programs.
Grow Your Professional Network

Work alongside fellow MBAs to propose solutions to a real business challenge during a live case competition. Previous case competition sponsors have included Shinola, DENSCO, and MEDC.

Be the voice of your peers as a member of the part-time MBA student government. Influence decisions related to curriculum, programming, and the student experience.

Gain access to marketing training sessions, industry-standard tools, and case competitions through this student-run organization.