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Asia Business Club
The Asia Business Club is an MBA student-run organization at Boston University which provides an environment for those interested in the Asian business community to network and socialize with others of similar interests. Our definition of Asia is broad – truly any part of the Asian continent. This includes East and Southeast Asia, India, Pakistan, Iran, Turkey, Israel, the Middle East, and everything in between.
The Cohort Cup provides social and competitive outlets for students, ranging from sports tournaments to the annual talent show. Most importantly, it builds the community and allows students to get to know their classmates outside of an academic setting.
Cohort Q is the LGBTQ student organization for the Boston University Questrom School of Business graduate programs. Our mission is to connect LGBTQ students and allies by providing networking and social opportunities, a forum to discuss LGBTQ issues in the workplace, and a community of support for LGBTQ students.
The Consulting Club aims to be the best possible avenue for students interested in pursuing a consulting career to communicate, connect, and share their mutual passions. By enriching the members’ MBA experience through corporate events, educational workshops, and networking opportunities.
The Energy Club encourages and enables students across the university to learn about the science, technology, politics and business of the energy industry and the organizations in the field they might one day work.
Entrepreneurship & Innovation Club
The Graduate Entrepreneurship & Innovation Club aims to empower student entrepreneurs and innovators by providing resources, networking opportunities, and events focused on entrepreneurial thought and action in businesses big and small.
BU Global Ventures Consulting
Founded by Boston University students in 2012, BU Global Ventures Consulting (BUGVC) connects Questrom MBA students to consulting opportunities abroad. BUGVC currently partners with Asociación Alterna, a non-profit social enterprise incubator with a mission of long term sustainable development in Central America. Students have the opportunity to work with small businesses and social enterprise entrepreneurs to solve their business challenges in countries such as Guatemala. These trips have been extremely successful in the past. Students have found them to be both productive and fun-filled. For Spring Break 2017, BUGVC will continue this partnership with Alterna in Guatemala.
Graduate Finance & Investment Club
Operating through two arms - the finance club and the investment committee, the Graduate Finance and Investment Club (GFIC) is Questrom's one stop shop for providing students with the skills, resources and network to succeed in the financial services industry across various functions and sectors.
BU Health Sector Management Club
The Health Services Management (HSM) Club is the organization for all students interested in healthcare delivery, health IT, life sciences, & biotechnology. We organize professional and educational events and keep a pulse on the Boston healthcare scene to connect members with opportunities outside of the university.
Latin American MBA Association
The Latin American MBA Association at Boston University Questrom School of Business (LAMBA) welcomes all students interested in the emerging market of Latin America and the increasingly important Hispanic marketplace in the United States. LAMBA collaborates with students and encourages US and Latin American business people to create a network for the purpose of sharing knowledge and building long-term relationships. It also provides information about employment and internship opportunities available both domestically and abroad. LAMBA supports these efforts via educational forums, networking events and cultural exchanges inspired by Latin American culture.
Leadership & Organizational Transformation (LOT)
LOT Club brings MBA students together with faculty, alumni, and industry partners to strengthen students’ leadership skills and enhance awareness of careers in leadership and organizational change.
MBA Marketing Club
The MBA Marketing Club is open to all Questrom Graduate students who are interested in all things marketing! We focus on marketing in all senses, from internal decision-making informed by data analytics to consumer-facing storytelling through branding, social media and creative communications. To us, marketing can be defined beyond what it means in a traditional sense and plays an important role throughout an organization, not limited to one department. We are dedicated to promoting the discipline of marketing and assisting our members with how the development of marketing skills can lead to a fulfilling, engaged career. To achieve this, the club plans a series of events each semester, including panels, treks and other networking opportunities, for insight into all variations within the marketing profession.
Math Finance Club
The Math Finance Club connects the studious minds of the quantitative finance realm to its respective corporate leaders of the finance industry and keeps its members up-to-date with the most recent quantitative techniques and computational tools and technologies through conferences, showcases, speaker panels and presentations.
Net Impact Graduate Chapter
The Questrom Net Impact Graduate Chapter is a student group that aims to encourage social responsibility and sustainable practices in everyday life and business. Through educational events and hands-on learning experiences, we hope to inspire and prepare future leaders to act responsibly and recognize their impact on society and the environment.
Public & Nonprofit Club
The Public and Nonprofit (PNP) Club is a student-run organization that increases student engagement in the public, nonprofit and social enterprise spaces.
Questrom Partners Club
The Questrom Partners Club is a networking and support community for Questrom graduate students and their significant others. It is comprised of both full and part-time students and their significant others, and seeks to be representative of all graduate programs. The Partners Club creates a great support system and helps organize pot-luck dinners, cultural nights, and activities both on campus and in the Boston community.
Questrom Doctoral Association
The aim of the Questrom Doctoral Association (QDA) is to foster a community of support for doctoral students in the Questrom Business School. We host social and career-planning events throughout the academic year to encourage cross-department conversation and learning. We also seek, when possible, to address issues that are relevant to our members.
Questrom Graduate Council
The Questrom Graduate Council is a body of representatives that full-time and part-time Boston University Questrom School of Business graduate students elect each year to work on their behalf with the school administration and other stakeholders. The QGC plans and executes large-scale student events, ensures that student funds are allocated appropriately to student organizations, and performs a number of other behind-the-scenes tasks to make sure everyone’s experience as a BU Questrom School of Business student is as valuable as it can be.
Questrom Graduate Students of the African Diaspora
Questrom Graduate Students of the African Diaspora (GSAD) is an all-inclusive group open to all Questrom graduate students (full-time MBA, PEMBA, MSMS, MSMF, and future graduate programs). The mission of the club is to bring representation to Questrom graduate students of the African Diaspora and to host events that stimulate Questrom-wide discussions related to this population in the US and around the world while having fun. GSAD helps promote recruitment efforts of students of the African Diaspora and helps bring a more diverse student population to Questrom, adding to the global and cultural education of every Questrom graduate student. The club promotes awareness of cultural diversity, with the goal to give more voice to this underrepresented group. The club also encourages the participation of those who may not be of African descent, but have an interest in, and want to gain an understanding of, the African Diaspora.
Real Estate Club
Focus on career opportunities in real estate.
Sports & Social Club
The Sports & Social Club organizes and hosts a variety of events involving competitive and intramural sports, group fitness activities, and sports opportunities to form a collaborative and diverse community.
The Veterans Club is a place for veterans of all military service, from any nationality, to utilize their shared experiences to further their MBA experience.
West Coast Networking Club
We are dedicated to connecting MBA students interested in employment on the West Coast with potential employers through week-long, immersive, networking treks. Each year we organize a trip to a city on the West Coast. For five days we visit businesses, where we interact directly with leadership and witness company culture first-hand. In the evenings we host social events to experience life in the city and bond as a group. Trek attendees are a diverse group of full and part-time MBA students as well as other Questrom graduate students. Last year we visited 15+ companies in the SF Bay area including Amazon, Airbnb and Tesla.
To provide career guidance and support to women currently in the MBA, MSMS, and MSMF program through: Providing access to professional women leaders in different industries, possess a wide range of interests and have built successful careers; educating members about career management, career advancement, and networking; finding mentors and leadership opportunities within and around the Questrom School of Business and Boston University; active participation within the community; establishing a solid relationship among students, alumni, faculty and women in the greater Boston area, including MBA students from neighboring schools; uniting men and women in addressing issues surrounding women's advancement in the workplace.
Questrom School of Business
Graduate Academic & Career Development Center
Rafik B. Hariri Building
595 Commonwealth Avenue, Suite 115
Boston, MA 02215
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