Learn more about our student clubs and organizations, including:
360 Huntington Fund
Graduate and Professional Entrepreneurship Club
Graduate Finance and Investment Club
MBA Marketing Club
Supply Chain Management Club
Northeastern University Women MBA Club
Net Impact Club
The 360 Huntington Fund is a student management investment fund that invests monies donated to the Northeastern University endowment. The primary purpose of the Fund is to provide graduate business students at Northeastern University with the opportunity to experience practical issues related to portfolio management, security selection, and money management as a complement to their more theoretically based course work. Check out the 360 Huntington Fund main page.
The purpose of the Graduate and Professional Entrepreneurship Club is to explore the excitement and the rigors of entrepreneurship coupled with an annual exploration of a plausible product or service through the development of a business plan. The Graduate and Professional Entrepreneurship Club brings together both students and professionals sharing an interest in the field of entrepreneurship using the Northeastern University population as a primary pool of participation. In addition to the business plan and gathering of entrepreneurial colleagues, the club brings in guest speakers with valuable professional experiences. Contact: Matthew Rice (MBA ‘13) at Rice.email@example.com
The purpose of the Graduate Finance and Investment Club is to serve as an educational and networking vehicle for graduate business students. The club educates students about the different disciplines in the finance industry and provides them with the opportunity to meet with distinguished members of those disciplines, as well as to participate in the annual stock market competition. Contact: Niddhi Naredi (MBA ’13) at Naredi.firstname.lastname@example.org
The focus of the MBA Marketing Club is to give graduate students interested in the marketing arena an opportunity to further their education and increase awareness in the field. Furthermore, the organization gives students a stage to network with their peers, the faculty, and outside guests. The club is also involved in numerous business projects as well. In 2005 the club put together a three-year marketing plan for a Boston cycling company. The owner is currently using the final product to secure funding from a local venture capital firm.
The purpose of the Supply Chain Management Club (SCM) is to provide information and assistance to current students interested in logistics and supply chain management, as well as to help program alumni stay involved with the School. The NUSCO sponsors presentations by professionals in logistics and supply chain management and field trips to facilities at such area companies as UPS, Massport, Wal-Mart and Bose. SCM is open to all interested students.
MBA Connections provides networking opportunities for students in the full-time and part-time MBA programs. MBA Connections coordinates social and philanthropic events to allow students to network and get to know their classmates in the other programs. Contact: Denise Christie (MBA '13) at Christie.email@example.com
The mission of the Northeastern University Women MBA (NUWMBA) is to provide networking opportunities and resources for both personal and professional development. We will support members and establish an open forum of communication, as well as build and maintain a strong network both within and outside of Northeastern University. NUWMBA will empower women to reach leadership positions by providing exposure and access to professional opportunities. Through all of our efforts, we will increase the profile of Northeastern University Women MBAs.
Net Impact is a network of graduate business students and working professionals who are committed to using the power of business to make a positive impact on society by growing and strengthening a community of new leaders who use business to improve the world. The National Network of over 135 chapters and 10,000+ members includes Chapters in top 30 U.S. MBA programs, 21 International Student Chapters, 20 U.S. Professional Chapters, and 7 International Professional Chapters. Contact: Amelia Mochny (MBA ’13) at Mochny.firstname.lastname@example.org
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