Student Clubs & Organizations
As the largest female alumni network at the Ross School of Business, the ties among members is our biggest asset. We have over 400 members in our organization, making us the biggest undergraduate Ross organization. Every year our members are sought after by leading companies across every industry: finance, marketing, consulting, management, real estate etc. ...and with good reason. Through resume workshops, mock interviews, case study seminars, career panels, mentorship and specialized tutoring options, we prepare our talented members with the professional tools to confidently win in every classroom and interview.
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.
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.
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.
risky business |ËriskÄËbiznÉs| 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/