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Make the most of your Master of Supply Chain Management experience. Join a club with peers who share your interests, challenge yourself with hands-on learning, or pursue a leadership position in student government.
The MSCM Student Association encourages camaraderie through informative, philanthropic, and collaborative activities such as intramural sports, celebratory dinners, volunteer outings, and tailgates. All students are eligible to run for the MSCM Student Association, and can enter by completing our intent-to-run survey. Elections are held at orientation.
The One-Year Master's Council consists of the MM, MAcc, and MSCM Student Association Executive Board Members, as well as three cross-program chairs who seek to represent the collective one-year master's student population equally in all matters of business. Cross-program chairs include Philanthropy, Athletics, and DEI (Diversity, Equity and Inclusion). These positions are elected annually at orientation and rotate between the three degree programs.
Apex Trading Group is a premier financial organization at the University of Michigan emphasizing portfolio management and professional development.
Passionate about business in Asia? Be part of the longest running conference on Asia in North America and join us to continue the 25 year legacy!
ACED equips its members with the tools to understand the current business landscape in Asia, delving into how it affects international economies and societies. We provide education sessions, mentorship programs, social gatherings, and consulting projects to cultivate a community of members who help each other develop personally and professionally.
The Auto & Mobility Club at Ross (formerly the Auto Club at Ross), has evolved in recent years to reflect the disruption we see in the industry. The mobility space consists of an increasingly complex ecosystem of players - including large automotive manufacturers, suppliers, tech giants, emerging new-mobility providers, startups, investors and regulators. At Ross, we are fortunate to have access to some of the top mobility minds in the world - across departments at the University, throughout the Metro-Detroit region, and with passionate alumni across geographies and companies in this shifting mobility space. Our mission is to help students connect with these resources to develop an understanding of the career opportunities available through 1. Career development through access to targeted job postings and resume / interview help 2. Education through special events and compiled resource 3. Networking with industry leaders both on campus and in Metro Detroit
A different type of investment banking club at the University of Michigan aimed at providing education, guidance and resources to any student interested in investment banking.
The BBA Finance Club serves as a resource for students with career interests in finance-related industries, such as investment banking, sales and trading, asset management, and corporate finance.
The Craft Beer Club provides business-minded students with the opportunity to learn about the growing craft beer industry. Through group discussions, guest speakers, and corporate events, members will gain first-hand insight into the business of craft brewing.
Discover. Engage. Commit. The Revitalization & Business Initiative brings together University of Michigan graduate students to discover the city of Detroit, engage with the Detroit community, and commit to promoting the resurgence of this great American city.
We are the club for people with an interest in the energy industry at the Ross School of Business. Our focus is on strategy, trading, finance, project development, and entrepreneurship- in the traditional and renewable energy sectors. The Energy Club seeks to draw together talented students who are interested in the field of energy. In addition to providing a forum for discussion and education, the club provides services to both recruiting companies and students to promote career development and employment. Energy Club Mission: Our mission is to provide for education and employment opportunities within the energy industry at Ross. We break this down into three primary objectives: 1. To incite interest in energy among students and faculty at the Ross School of Business 2. To provide a forum for students to learn more about opportunities in the energy industry and discuss energy-related topics 3. To facilitate career development in the traditional and renewable energy sectors by mentoring students and by reaching out to recruiters to connect them with available talent at Ross and the greater University of Michigan
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.
Expand your business experience through innovative projects and research opportunities offered through our centers, institutes, and initiatives. Whether you're interested in corporate sustainability, positive business, or tackling complex social challenges, there are endless ways to get involved.