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Emerging Markets Club (EMC)Emerging markets are regions in which "politics matters at least as much as economics" to the market. For us, at the Ross School of Business, emerging markets are primarily international, and include transition economies such as China, India, Brazil, etc., but can include local domestic markets, such as that of the Detroit Metro Area. The Emerging Markets Club is comprised of current and future leaders committed to economic growth using innovative and competitive management strategies, methods, and tools. We draw our inspiration from the likes of Mohammed Yunus of the Grameen Bank, C.K. Prahalad who coined the term "Base of the Pyramid" and, along with Stuart L. Hart, pioneered a new direction for companies such as S.C. Johnson, BP, DuPont, Unilever, ICICI Bank, and more. Through our annual career trek to Washington DC and student-initiated course in Winter A, we are continually proving Ross to be the nexus of academic, professional, and entrepreneurial activity in emerging markets.
Energy Club at Ross (ECR)

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

Entertainment + Digital Media ClubThe Entertainment + Digital Media Club at the Ross School of Business is a student-run organization for MBA and BBA students actively pursuing careers in the entertainment and digital media industries. The club is focused on preparing students for careers in gaming, film, television, online media, music, and media technology. The club's mission is to facilitate the professional recruiting process by acting as a liaison between club members and digital entertainment and media companies seeking top business talent. Through on-campus events, annual career treks to firms in New York and Los Angeles and mentoring opportunities with senior executives in the entertainment & digital space, the Entertainment + Digital Media Club provides driven and passionate business students the opportunity to learn from and network with leaders in a variety of fields.
Entrepreneur and Venture Club (EVC)EVC breaks down barriers and educates students interested in entrepreneurship, venture capital and private equity. The club aids its members in setting and reaching their goals through quality programming, networking, and club resources.
Erb Institute Student Advisory Board (Erb SAB)

The Erb Student Advisory Board (SAB) represents students in the dual-degree MBA/MS program with the Ross School of Business and the School for Environment and Sustainability.

FitXOur mission is to foster community amongst Ross business students looking to pursue diverse functional roles within the growing and tech-enabled Health & Wellness industry. We focus on creating connections between what is learned in the classroom with evolving industry trends and facilitating engagement across the Michigan community, alumni, and industry professionals.
FoodBev & Biz

To help students succeed in the Food, Beverage and Agribusiness industries from a business perspective while providing a social framework to the entire Ross community for discussion of various topics related to food production worldwide.

General Management Club (GMC)The General Management club caters to students interested in pursuing career paths that are cross-functional in nature and that typically lead to general management positions. The club focuses on immediate business school entry-points that can lead to general management positions in the future. Such entry points can include leadership or rotational programs that provide for an accelerated career growth in an organization. The mission of the General Management Club is two-fold. Firstly, the club fosters interaction between Ross MBA students and companies that are seeking talented MBA students. Secondly, the club prepares its student members for recruitment through educational and networking events. The General Management Club sponsors events such as the GM Conference and Career Fair, mock interviews and resume reviews with recruiters, educational seminars, networking opportunities with alumni and colleagues, company visits, case competitions and others in keeping with its mission.
Global Investments Committee

GCA is dedicated to helping members in their career and academic pursuits at Ross and increasing awareness of China culture and business perspectives.

Greater China Association (GCA)

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.

Green Wolverine

Green Wolverine is a Ross student organization centered on acquiring knowledge related to fully legal business opportunities in the cannabis industry.

Healthcare and Life Science ClubThe 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.
Human Capital Club (HCC)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 MBS *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.
Investment Management ClubThe purpose of the Investment Management Club is to broaden and deepen members' knowledge and understanding of investments. Our primary focus is to help members recruit for and obtain investment management and research positions at mutual funds, hedge funds, asset management firms, and investment banks. In addition, membership can be enjoyed by those who simply want to enhance their knowledge of investments and financial markets.
Japan Business Association at RossThe 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.
MAcc Student Council

The Master of Accounting Student Association is established for the expressed purpose of nurturing academic achievement, group camaraderie, and community service among the Master of Accounting students at the Ross School of Business.

MBA FinTech Club at RossFinTech 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.
Michigan Business Women - MBAMichigan Business Women (MBW) is a graduate student club that promotes students' personal and professional development by providing networking, education and social interaction opportunities with Ross undergraduate and graduate students, faculty, administrators, and alumni, as well as professional women in the business community. MBW is committed to creating a supportive community by addressing topics significant to women in business and providing a forum where diverse experiences, perspectives, and resources can be shared. Our objectives: -Promote a sense of community among women at Ross -Provide opportunities to network with alumnae and other professional women -Promote learning and discussion of issues of significance to women in business

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