Student clubs are an integral part of academic and student life at MIT Sloan. Involvement in club programs enables your company to meet students interested in specific industries and functions.
|List of MIT Sloan Student Clubs, 2013-14|
|Africa Business Club||LGBT|
|Asian Business Club||Management Consulting Club|
|Black Student Business Club||Marketing Club|
|Brazilian Club at Sloan||Middle East and North Africa Club|
|Energy Club||Operations Management Club|
|Entertainment, Media, and Sports Club||Quantitative Finance Club|
|Entrepreneurship and Innovation Club||Real Estate Club|
|European Business Club||Retail, CPG, and Luxury Club|
|Finance Club||Sloan Entrepreneurs in International Development|
|Healthcare Club||Sloan Women In Management|
|Hispanic Business Club||Net Impact Club|
|Investment Management Club||South Asia Business Club|
|Israel Business Club||Tech Club|
|Japan Club||Travel & Hospitality Club|
|Korea Club||Venture Capital and Private Equity Club|
|Latin America Business Club||Veterans’ Association|
|Leadership and Human Capital Club|
Please note: the promotion and advertisement of recruiting events and/or job opportunities may not be sent directly or distributed to club list serves. All presentation and job opportunity advertisements should be sent to your industry contact.
During the fall semester, club events must be educational in nature and may not be recruiting-focused. Suggested topics include speakers from your firm who can talk about industry trends, company projects or sharing other intellectual capital. This type of exchange will still enable your firm to engage with students who are focused on the geographic area, industry and/or function in which you may seek to hire.
To schedule a club event, please follow the steps below: