Meet other students, network with business leaders, have fun, get involved in service projects, build leadership skills – just a few of the benefits of joining a Jenkins MBA student organization. Check out the opportunities with the organizations below. Getting involved early gives you a chance to move into leadership roles and helps you gain the skills and experience needed as you launch your career.
Clubs and Organizations
MBA Student Association
The MBA Student Association (MBASA) provides a chance for students to interact with fellow students, faculty, business leaders, and the surrounding community. The organization offers a series of activities to address professional and business issues that are not generally included in the formal program but are critical to the overall MBA experience.
For more information on MBASA please visit our webpage.
Professional MBA Delegates
The goal of the Professional MBA (PMBA) Delegates is to provide an outlet and voice for professional and online student feedback. This is done in an effort to continually improve the quality of the student and academic experiences.
For more information on PMBA please visit our webpage.
The Finance Club provides educational and social networking events to enhance the finance MBA classroom experience and to expose students to professional development opportunities in the industry.
Net Impact is a leading nonprofit that mobilizes the new generation of leaders to use their skills and careers to make a positive impact on the world. The NC State Net Impact chapter is one of 300+ global chapters representing a new generation of leaders transforming the world through the work they do on campus, in their communities, and on the job, and has received Gold Chapter status for the past three years! Net Impact offers many engaging events every year including speakers, lunches with corporate executives, conferences, and consulting opportunities.You can find more information on the NC State Net Impact website.
The Jenkins MBA Marketing Club Interest Group strives to enhance the experience for students in the graduate school of business by providing opportunities for education, networking, and professional growth to develop the tools needed for success after Jenkins.
We achieve our mission by providing access to faculty, alumni, and industry experts to learn about marketing job profiles and responsibilities, the skills needed to succeed in today’s marketplace, relevant marketing topics through events, case competitions and discussions.
Minority in Business Student Association
The Jenkins Minorities in Business Student Association (MIBSA) was established in the Fall of 2020 and is excited to bring this association to our students. The mission of our MIBSA is to provide a community for minority graduate students who are exploring interests in business. MIBSA offers tools, resources, and opportunities that develop our members in leadership and in professional settings. We aim to establish a professional network of business students from all backgrounds who are committed to supporting and uplifting underrepresented groups in Corporate America. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org to find out more.
Supply Chain Club
The Supply Chain Club provides educational and social networking events to enhance the supply chain MBA classroom experience and to expose students to professional development opportunities in the industry.
Celebrate and advance women’s leadership in business through events designed to empower women MBA students in their professional and personal interests.
Poole College of Management Organizations
The Poole College of Management offers Jenkins MBA students many other opportunities to get involved through student organizations. Additional information can be found on the Poole College Student Organizations page.
University Graduate Student Association (UGSA)
University Graduate Student Association is a student-led group that represents and acts on behalf of Graduate Students at North Carolina State University to improve the satisfaction and scholarship of our members during their time here.
For more information on UGSA you can visit their webpage here.
MBA Professional Organizations
- National Association of Women MBA (NAWMBA)
- National Black MBA Association — RDU Chapter
- National Black MBA Association (NBMBAA)
- Prospanica-The Association of Hispanic MBAs and Business Professionals
- Asian MBA International (AMBA)
- Reaching Out MBA (LGBT Diversity Conference)
We need your help!
The most frequent request we receive from prospective MBA students is the opportunity to interact with current students, and your assistance enables us to give them a perspective only an NC State MBA student can provide.
The time commitment involved is minimal (typically 10 hours/semester), and your participation will make a tremendous impact on the future of the NC State MBA program.
As an Ambassador you will be listed on the Student Ambassador website and respond to prospective student questions via email. You may also be asked to make some of the following contributions:
- Hosting a prospective student in one of your classes. This involves meeting the prospective student a few minutes prior to class to introduce him or her to your classmates.
- Taking a prospective student on a campus tour.
- Participating in webinars and/or MBA events for prospective students.
Please fill out the Jenkins MBA Ambassador Application so it may be reviewed by the MBA Office. If you are selected, you will be notified by email and a short profile will be created on the Student Ambassador website. If you have any questions please contact Michael Dixon, Director of Admissions email@example.com.
Thanks so much for your participation!