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Black Business Students Association (BBSA)The Black Business Students Association (BBSA), founded in 1970, is one of the largest student-run professional organizations at the Stephen M. Ross School of Business (RSB). The Ross BBSA is dedicated to the recruitment of Black business students and the professional and academic development of its membership. The BBSA is one of the most active clubs at the RSB - serving graduate business students with program initiatives encompassing academic, professional, and social events. The organization conducts these numerous programs through the generous support and commitment of dedicated club members, alumni, school staff, faculty, and corporate sponsors.
Black Business Undergraduate Society

The Black Business Undergraduate Society is committed to developing undergraduate minority talent. We seek to provide the best resources to aid in the professional development of our members. Whether your major is business, english, engineering, or even art, there is a place for you in BBUS.

BOND Consulting Group

Bond Consulting is an undergraduate club that works with local area businesses to provide pro bono consulting services. The goal of the organization is both to add value to our clients as well as to educate our student members through the process.

Brazilian Business Student Association (BRASA)The primary mission of the Brazilian Business Student Association (BRASA) at the Stephen M. Ross School of Business is to enhance and enrich the experiences of students at the University of Michigan who are interested in business careers in Brazil, and Brazilian culture in general. The group also aims to promote and facilitate networking among Ross alumni, Current MBAs, and prospective students.
Business Analytics Club (BAC)The Business Analytics Club's (BAC) mission is to position Ross MBA students to be highly competitive in a data-driven business environment by promoting knowledge and awareness of the latest data technologies, trends, and concepts.
Capital Consulting Group

Capital Consulting Group (CCG) is a student-run pro-bono consulting club that helps solve business challenges that student organizations, non-profits, startups, and the University face. The club provides a unique opportunity to give back to the community by providing consulting services to clients who closely impact student life at the University of Michigan.

China Blue Charity Fund (CBCF)-Provide educational opportunities for children in rural China who need it most; open up their eyes and build up confidence in their studies and lives. -Establish a platform to connect the students, alumni, and community of the University of Michigan and Ross School of Business to serve the common mission. -Demonstrate our values, commitments and transparency to encourage more people to participate in charity activities in China.
China Entrepreneurship Network

The goals of the CEN are to help realize win-win results from US-China collaborations, to raise awareness on US-China interconnected social and environmental problems, and to provide hands-on entrepreneurial experience for students from the University of Michigan, CEN chapters, and other engaged universities. We provide resources and mentorship for students passionate about creating business solutions tailored to addressing social issues prevalent in the US and in China.

Community Consulting ClubThe Community Consulting Club (CCC) is one of the Ross School of Business most unique and popular student clubs. The CCC donates top-notch business experience to local non-profit institutions that otherwise would not be able to afford expert advice. The CCC requires students to put their business skills to work, even if they don't have prior consulting experience. The CCC matches current Ross students, both BBA and MBA, with local organizations in projects chosen during an application selection process to ensure the most useful combination of needs and capabilities for each project team.
Consulting Club at RossAs the largest professional club at Ross, our primary goal is to help members develop the skills required for successful consulting careers. We conduct training, hold interview workshops, provide social opportunities with alumni, host case competitions, offer case books for case practice, and much more. While some club members have already spent time doing consulting prior to school, the majority of our members have been working in industry before business school. We understand that some have come to business school with the express intention of moving into consulting, while others have only started thinking about a consulting career - regardless of which category you fall into, the Ross Consulting Club can help you. Our ultimate aim is to increase the number of Ross students who get internships and full-time job offers in consulting.
Craft Beer Club

The Craft Beer Club provides business-minded students with the opportunity to learn about the growing craft beer industry. Through group discussions, guest speakers, and corporate events, members will gain first-hand insight into the business of craft brewing.

Cycling at RossOur mission is to create a space for Rossers to bond over their passion for cycling, and to create opportunities to discover the joys of cycling for the uninitiated.
Data Analytics Consulting Club (DACC)DACC (Data Analytics Consulting Club, formerly DIAG) provides real-world analytics experience to its members by matching members with organizations that have data-based business questions they are looking to solve. Members do not need prior experience, but those with 1-2 years of analytics experience using Python, Excel, or R, are encouraged to join as project managers. In previous years, DACC has worked with a diverse set of companies from Ford and Hyundai to Detroit Police.
Delta Sigma Pi

Delta Sigma Pi prides itself on maintaining a strong, close-knit brotherhood while providing unmatched professional development opportunities and academic support for its members.

Design + Business Club (D+B)To create a community for Ross School of Business students practicing at the intersection of business and design.
Detroit Revitalization and Business Initiative (Detroit R&B)

Discover. Engage. Commit. The Revitalization & Business Initiative brings together University of Michigan graduate students to discover the city of Detroit, engage with the Detroit community, and commit to promoting the resurgence of this great American city.

Education + Business (E+B)Our Mission: Education + Business connects MBAs, graduate students from across campus interested in education, alumni, and local and national education organizations. Through dynamic programming, our club aims to create dialogue about pressing challenges and opportunities related to the future of K-12 and higher education.
Emerging Markets Club (EMC)Emerging markets are regions in which "politics matters at least as much as economics" to the market. For us, at the Ross School of Business, emerging markets are primarily international, and include transition economies such as China, India, Brazil, etc., but can include local domestic markets, such as that of the Detroit Metro Area. The Emerging Markets Club is comprised of current and future leaders committed to economic growth using innovative and competitive management strategies, methods, and tools. We draw our inspiration from the likes of Mohammed Yunus of the Grameen Bank, C.K. Prahalad who coined the term "Base of the Pyramid" and, along with Stuart L. Hart, pioneered a new direction for companies such as S.C. Johnson, BP, DuPont, Unilever, ICICI Bank, and more. Through our annual career trek to Washington DC and student-initiated course in Winter A, we are continually proving Ross to be the nexus of academic, professional, and entrepreneurial activity in emerging markets.
Enactus

A community of business leaders committed to using the power of entrepreneurial action to transform lives and shape a better more sustainable world.

Energy Club at Ross (ECR)

We are the club for people with an interest in the energy industry at the Ross School of Business. Our focus is on strategy, trading, finance, project development, and entrepreneurship- in the traditional and renewable energy sectors. The Energy Club seeks to draw together talented students who are interested in the field of energy. In addition to providing a forum for discussion and education, the club provides services to both recruiting companies and students to promote career development and employment. Energy Club Mission: Our mission is to provide for education and employment opportunities within the energy industry at Ross. We break this down into three primary objectives: 1. To incite interest in energy among students and faculty at the Ross School of Business 2. To provide a forum for students to learn more about opportunities in the energy industry and discuss energy-related topics 3. To facilitate career development in the traditional and renewable energy sectors by mentoring students and by reaching out to recruiters to connect them with available talent at Ross and the greater University of Michigan

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