MBA Clubs + Service
Our clubs and service projects are a win-win.
You grow your network, leadership ability, and specialized experience. Industries and communities benefit from your work. Everyone wins.
We believe so strongly in the club experience we require active participation in at least one. A wide range of clubs cover a variety of interests from consulting to healthcare.
Works to prepare MBAs for consulting interviews and to connect them with top consulting firms.
Students can join “action teams” and partner with local businesses to help them meet their goals, develop a program on their own, operate from a leadership position, or just come to network.
Prepares members for careers in finance and investment management by reaching out to corporations and sponsoring guest speakers to educate and connect its members with key industry players.
The GBA acts in a variety of capacities, from organizing MBA intramural sports teams to electing representatives to the MBA Committee and electing a liaison to the MBA Director.
Provides an open forum for MBAs with an interest in marketing and distribution, brings industry experts to campus, participates in academic and professional competitions, and promotes awareness of marketing issues and topics that affect local businesses.
Advocacy organization for all graduate and professional students at the University of Georgia.
The Graduate Women’s Business Association is an MBA student group dedicated to the support and advancement of women in business.
Members explore the unique challenges of the healthcare industry and changes in healthcare policy by interacting with leaders in the industry.
The Terry MBA chapter of this national organization works with the UGA Office of Sustainability, participates in national conferences and case competitions, and hosts panels and networking events with career professionals in corporate social responsibility and sustainability sectors.
Connects current students with alumni and local operations specialists and project managers through a variety of activities including facilities tours and alumni presentations.
Facilitates communication with local real estate leaders and provides information on employment opportunities through speaker panels, office visits, and social events.
Collaborates with the Risk Management Society to connect MBA students with alumni and career opportunities in insurance and risk management.
The chapter provides those wanting to improve their communication skills with unlimited opportunities to practice leading teams and conducting meetings, give presentations and short speeches, and provide and receive constructive feedback.
MBA Service Projects
Volunteerism is so important to responsible business leadership that we actually require you to complete 45 hours of it to graduate. We’re the only MBA program to do so. Each year, our students help communities in need. We coordinate opportunities to volunteer for respected charities and programs, such as:
- New Orleans Musicians Village
- Clarke County Mentor Program
- Athens Homeless Shelter
- Habitat for Humanity
- Red Cross
- March of Dimes
- Special Olympics
- Boy Scouts
- Leukemia and Lymphoma Society
- Boys & Girls Club
We also participate in the Team MBA Program.