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Michigan China Forum

Michigan China Forum is a student-run forum striving to broaden student’s vision on Sino-US relationships about various disciplines. The goal of the forum is to “connect Michigan to China” and “empower future leaders” with global visions.

Michigan Code Academy 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.
Michigan Marketing Club (MMC)The Marketing Club at Ross is comprised of more than 300 students with interests in diverse fields such as brand management, healthcare, technology, consulting, 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, including our new Marketing Lab initiative, which connects Ross students with real-world data in innovative ways to solve real-world marketing challenges.
MTrekLooking 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 @ Ross

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.

Open Road at Ross

At Michigan Ross, we believe in the power of bringing your MBA skills to social entrepreneurs around the country. Since 2014, Ross has sent MBAs to participate in Ross Open Road, a program that pairs MBA students with visionary entrepreneurs. Students initiate teams, plan journeys, and help social entrepreneurs implement impact at scale. Students have the opportunity to experience social entrepreneurship in practice while traveling to different communities across America.

Out for Business at Ross (OFB)Out for Business strives to accomplish three goals: to build community among the queer members of the Ross community, to provide professional development resources for our membership, and to raise awareness among all Ross faculty, staff, and students of the issues facing queer individuals in society.
Outdoor Club at Ross School of BusinessThe purpose of ROC is to promote outdoor activities at the Ross School of Business. We believe an active lifestyle allows an individual to be well rounded and leads to a happier, healthier, and more successful life.
Partners Club at Ross (PCAR)PCAR is dedicated to supporting the needs of partners and families of students in all Ross graduate programs. We offer information, advice, and other resources to prospective and incoming partners and their families to facilitate a smooth transition to U-M life. PCAR also creates an instant network of friends from around the world ready to explore Ross, the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, and beyond. PCAR's robust calendar of events caters to all partners, their students, and their families living in or visiting Ann Arbor, including those who are employed, seeking work, in school, caring for family, or unable to work in this country. PCAR enables members to take full advantage of the Ross experience with their significant other.
Private Equity ClubThe Private Equity Club is devoted to developing University of Michigan's future investors.
Public Speaking at RossPublic Speaking at Ross is a student organization that provides a platform for Business Students to practice and improve their public speaking abilities. Whether you are uncomfortable speaking to a crowd or a seasoned veteran who just wants to maintain his or her skills, come out and see the great things we have to offer everyone!
Retail and Luxury Goods Club (RLG)The Retail and Luxury Goods Club (RLG) at the Ross School of Business is for graduate students interested in building careers in the luxury goods and retail industries. RLG provides students with the resources for success in various disciplines within the retail industry - marketing, finance, general management, consulting, and manufacturing.
Risky Business

risky business |ˈriskēˈbiznəs| noun 1). A situation or activity that involves the possibility of being hurt 2). A mixed alcoholic beverage consisting of two parts rum, one part whiskey, four fluid ounces of coke, and four fluid ounces of a fruity drink of your choice 3). The rock band at the Ross School of Business Risky Business is the epitome of good times and good tunes. It all comes together for several epic shows each year when we serenade our classmates with an eclectic mix of our favorite jams. If you like to perform in front of a fanatical cast of groupies (read: your fellow MBAs), then this is the group for you. https://ross.campusgroups.com/rockroll/home/

Soccer Club at Ross (SCR)The Michigan Business School Soccer Club provides the opportunity for soccer enthusiasts of all skill levels to enjoy the sport by participating in a variety of different activities: weekly weekend scrimmages, intramural competition, outdoor and indoor intramural league games, national inter-business school tournaments in California and Texas, attendance to UM Men's Soccer games, game-viewing at sports bars and other social events. Play is typically at the recreational level, although some events are competitive. A modest membership fee is required, and partners are more than welcome to participate. Come join us, we'll see you on the pitch!
Southeast Asia Business AssociationThe SABA seeks to promote a deeper understanding of Southeast Asia business culture and practices within the Ross Business School (hereafter, "Ross") community with the ultimate goal of assisting in the creation of a more diverse and culturally aware student body. Secondly, SABA will serve as a social and networking support group for Southeast Asia students at Ross. Thirdly, the SABA will serve as Ross' window to prominent Southeast Asian alumni for mentoring, job and internship opportunities and connecting alumni to the current Southeast Asia student body. Finally, the SABA will serve as a channel of communication for prospective Southeast Asia students and admitted Southeast Asia students by providing orientation and guidance counseling to facilitate the transition into the Ross community.
Sports Business Association at the Ross School of BusinessTo provide students at the Ross School of Business (MBA) interested in pursuing a career in the business of sports, as well as those interested in watching and playing sports, with opportunities to build and/or expand their network in the industry, learn from experienced professionals in the field, understand the different functions and career paths, develop a career plan, identify and capitalize on potential employment opportunities in sports, gather for sporting events and provide an outlet for recreational sporting activities. Ross SBA is proud to be a founding member of the MBA Sports Business Alliance, a coalition of top tier business schools focused on providing sports business job opportunities to its members. Founding schools include Ross, UCLA Anderson, Duke Fuqua, and Texas McCombs.
Taiwan Business Association (TBA)Taiwan Business Association is designed for Ross students who have strong interest in Taiwan's history, culture, languages, and industry development. Taiwan Business Association would provide the means for Rossers to learn more about businesses in Taiwan and to interact with students, alumni, faculty, professor, UM students who share similar interests in Taiwan.
Tech Club at the Ross School of BusinessThe Tech Club aims to serve three primary purposes: To build an integrated network of tech-minded MBAs, to educate members on the latest trends and developments in the high tech industry, and to support members in their career pursuits. As one of the most dynamic industries, impacting all other businesses, tech is an increasingly appealing career path for MBAs. As a result, the Tech Club is one of the fastest-growing and largest clubs on campus.

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