Get involved with student-run organizations sponsored by Rady School of Management
The Rady School of Management offers sponsorship to business and accounting related student organizations. Sponsorship means that your organization can hold group meetings in Rady classrooms and that we can help you promote organization activities through our Facebook Page and Undergrad@Rady blog. To request sponsorship for your organization, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Student organizations that already are sponsored by Rady can request space by emailing email@example.com. There is no guarentee of space availability.
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AdWave provides an educational and professional platform for students to develop their abilities for an advertising and/or marketing career. By applying our skills and creativity at the National Student Advertising Competition and by developing a strong marketing and advertising community on campus, we aim to inspire and bring together the brightest and most creative minds at UCSD.
American Marketing Association
The American Marketing Association is run by the students, for the students. We provide an array of guest speaker presentations, professional development workshops, skill-enhancement tutorials, client-based projects, and networking opportunities. By bringing together a large community of creative innovators, UMA aims to foster a proactive, educational environment for those interested in learning more about advertising, public relations, digital media, and more. Our mission is to expose UC San Diego students to practical knowledge and skills in the field of marketing.
Contact e-mail: email@example.com
Co-founded by members from several different business organizations on campus in 2010, UC San Diego Business Council is a student-run organization that brings together all the business clubs and fraternities across campus. Business Council aims to provide a sense of cohesiveness among these various organizations and encourages the collaboration of the different members in order to introduce infinite opportunities for networking and professional development among students. Among the many things that Business Council does, the most esteemed event that we host in collaboration with the UC San Diego Career Services Center is the annual Industry Networking Night. At our first Industry Networking Night hosted in the fall of 2011, we provided more than 400 students with the opportunity to network with over 50 employers representing many top-tier companies, such as Deloitte, Booz Allen Hamilton and Qualcomm. Feel free to contact us if you have any questions or would like to get involved.
Chinese Business Society
Contact Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Chinese Business Society aims to build up the social network for our young generation, as well as work hard to improve students' personal skills in problem-solving, career planning and learning strategies. Students with each unique character trait encourage each other to work together to create a welcoming environment for the whole community. The board of the club will try their best to offer abundant networking opportunities for club members, which includes various workshops and other programming for students interested in financial professions. Chinese Business Society is dedicated to sharpening members with functional, efficient and detail-oriented financial logic. Members will have the chance to work in different groups and play team leaders in diverse projects. Group members are encouraged to research their own interests, as well as make business plans that the board, along with professionals will evaluate, in order to determine if the project should receive funding.
Cornerstone Community Consultants
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Cornerstone Community Consultants empowers students to deliver economic value to the local community by providing practical business opportunities.
Assembling the brightest talent at UCSD, Cornerstone Community Consultants creates teams of consultants to tackle real complications faced by local businesses. Whether it may be crafting a marketing plan, conducting financial analysis, or engineering a grand opening for a client, students are directly responsible for projects that will make a visible impact on the community. With senior professionals from various companies serving as advisers, student consultants have access to mentorship, internships, and networking opportunities. Students can expect a professional and selfless community of like-minded people, career focused events, and practical experiences that very few can boast about on their resumes. We are a community of consultants that will be the cornerstone of tomorrow's business landscape.
Delta Sigma Pi
Delta Sigma Pi prides itself on its dedication and contributions to the business community at UCSD. Since its founding at this campus in 2004, the Omicron Sigma chapter of Delta Sigma Pi has encouraged, supported, and shaped the professional goals and personal aspirations of hundreds of members. We provide opportunities for leadership development and chances to learn valuable skills that set us apart from other students. While fostering the next generation of business leaders, our brothers also join a life-long brotherhood, become part of an International network, and create meaningful contributions to the community through service. Delta Sigma Pi is The Coed Business Fraternity to join at the University of California, San Diego.
Engineers for a Sustainable World
Engineers for a Sustainable World envision a worldwide era of sustainability in which all communities cooperate to achieve lasting environmental, social, and economic prosperity. Our mission is to bring communities together to develop, implement, and share sustainable technologies and practices worldwide.
Financial Professionals Network at UC San Diego
In 2008, the co-founders of FPN, UC San Diego Alumni Sebastian Badea '03, Eric Darwin '05, Arpan Agrawal '08, and Raj Rikhy '09, committed themselves to creating a unique initiative geared to promote a strong connection between the driven, dedicated, and determined students associated with FPN and those successful alumni who have established themselves in the finance industry through a mentor/mentee program. Overall, the mission of our organization is to help strengthen the UC San Diego brand on Wall Street and in the world of high finance by creating a strong career-driven network among alumni and students that ensures an ongoing progression towards this goal.
Future Business Leaders of America-Phi Beta Lambda
UC San Diego FBLA-PBL is the oldest and largest national non-profit 501 (c)(3) student organization committed to preparing today's students for success in the future through real world professional experiences. With the support of state and national associations, the UC San Diego FBLA-PBL network extends to over 250,000 members nationwide. Membership is available to all students and is open to all majors. We connect members with top-notch professionals from various industries, host several professional development workshops, compete in quarterly business leadership conferences, provide exclusive opportunities for jobs and internships, contribute to our community through service projects and volunteering, and finally, we strive to unlock the potential of all our members so that all can be successful leaders. No other business organization enjoys the support and resources that we provide, making UC San Diego FBLA-PBL the premiere business organization on campus today.
Phi Alpha Delta
Phi Alpha Delta Law Fraternity, International is the world's largest professional co-ed law fraternity, promoting integrity, compassion, and courage through service to the student, the school, the profession and the community. We are the preeminent law fraternity championing the bonds of fraternalism, leading in the development and advancement of professional ideals. Bound together by tradition and our common interest in the law, Phi Alpha Delta unites and inspires pre-law students under the ideals of liberty and equal justice under the law.
PowerSave Green Campus
PowerSave Green Campus is a student run organization funded by the Alliance to Save Energy and UC San Diego Facilities Management. We strive to make UCSD a more energy efficient campus through education and outreach, academic infusion, green workforce development, and projects that target measurable savings. Some of our past projects include a kitchen appliance retrofit of the Student Co-Op, a lighting retrofit of the Outback Surf Shop, a campus wide elevator lighting retrofit, Campus Conservation Nationals, and LEED GA certification classes. We work closely with other students organizations, faculty, staff, and administrators. We have volunteer opportunities, internships for academic credit, as well as paid internships.
The United States Green Building Council Students at UCSD
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The mission of USGBC Students at UCSD is to transform students at UC San Diego into sustainable professionals by providing practical experiences and developing behaviors which lead to a sustainable campus, nation, and world. The United States Green Building Council (USGBC) is the nonprofit organization which created the Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) green building certification system. Their main focus is in sustainability of the built environment. USGBC now has an international presence, and LEED is the standard for green building certification in the United States. USGBC Students is a national network of university student groups with certain privileges to free or reduced pricing on numerous green building resources. USGBC Students at UCSD adopts the green building certification concentration and leads the way at UCSD in LEED project participation. Other services which we offer students include LEED study classes, green building presentation opportunities, sustainable-site visits, and USGBC - San Diego Chapter collaboration.
Triton Consulting Group
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Triton Consulting Group was founded in Winter 2008 by a group of six students in the Economics Department who wanted to transform their academic lessons into useful work experience. By combining their talents and ambitions, the group began to take on consulting projects to explore the field of management consulting. Today, with the motto "Real world, real experience," we continue to take on consulting projects for various groups and companies. To further enhance our understanding and skills, TCG offers guest speaker presentations, case competitions, professional development workshops, mock interviews, resume critiques and team building projects.
Undergraduate Accounting Society at UC San Diego
The Undergraduate Accounting Society at UC San Diego is here to help students, peers, and curious individuals expand their knowledge of accounting and the accounting profession. This past year we have had a wide range of speakers present to our students including Deloitte, Qualcomm, Life Technologies, Cubic, the Defense Contract Audit Agency, California State Auditor, and more. In addition, we have fundraising events and social events so you can meet people in your accounting classes. From time to time we also host professional development workshops to help our students differentiate themselves from the crowd and explore different accounting pathways besides attaining the CPA license. Community outreach is also an important part of UAS and we participate in the Volunteer Income Tax Assistance Program and teach high school students at the Preuss School how to be financially responsible. We welcome all levels of accounting students and encourage you to learn more about UAS. Check out our website or feel free to email us for more information.
Undergraduate Business Network
Organization Email Address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Organization Website: http://www.ucsdubn.com/
Organization Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/UCSD.UBN?fref=ts&ref=br_tf
Organization Mission Statement:
Undergraduate Business Network is a pre-professional student organization dedicated to providing the best career preparation for aspiring young professionals interested in the field of business. By offering mentorship, networking opportunities, company tours, consulting projects, and workshops for essential business skills, UBN contributes valuable career development at the University of California, San Diego. Despite the diverse set of majors and career goals that members pursue, the organization consists of campus leaders who are united by a common interest in business.
UBN is home to students who have worked for or have offers to companies such as: Google, Intuit, HP, Microsoft, Amazon, ASUS, Ernst & Young, Illumina, Credit Suisse, Genentech, The Boston Consulting Group, Macy's, IBM, Samsung, SalesForce, Visa, Adobe, Thermo Fisher Scientific, Sony, HD Supply, BMW, and much more. This is our network; connect with us.
Undergraduate Economics Society
The Undergraduate Economics Society (UES) is the official student organization for Economics majors at UC San Diego. We hold events focused on business careers, graduate school, professional development, and networking. We host corporate speakers, faculty members, and graduate student speakers to facilitate the diverse career interests of our members. In keeping with a practical approach to careers, we also host LinkedIn, resume, and interview workshops to prepare our members for internships and entry level positions. In addition, we host an annual Student-Faculty Mixer which connects students with their Economics faculty to foster opportunities for collaboration. Lastly, our partnership with the Economics Department provides a channel for students to learn about scholarships and research opportunities. We welcome students of all majors with an interest in economics to contact us for more information.
Undergraduate Investment Society
The Undergraduate Investment Society strives to empower UC San Diego students and the San Diego community with financial literacy and investment knowledge to create successful future leaders in the business world. We implement this goal through provision of financial seminars, networking events with industry professionals, and mentorship to high school students through our philanthropy, MoneyThink, and to students of UC San Diego through our sister organization, the Financial Professionals Network. We are proud to host the school's largest annual finance conference, the Financial Horizons Conference, in which each year has seen an increase of professional, student, and alumni attendees. The Undergraduate Investment Society holds the highest standards for its committee members, meetings, and events to ensure that quality is consistent with the expansion of the organization's success.