When you join a Drucker student association, you have the opportunity to expand on your graduate school experience. The following are active groups recognized by the Drucker School of Management for the 2021-2022 academic year:
Claremont Family Business Student Association
The Claremont Family Business Student Association serves as a meeting place for students who come from family-owned businesses or hope to work for or provide consulting to business-owning families. Its goal is to provide a global network of peers to discuss unique issues specific to family-owned businesses, connect with global family business leaders and to conduct business site visits.
Drucker Finance Association
The Drucker Finance Association offers a community for students to express their enthusiasm towards the finance world. It encourages members to stay connected with market trends, provides opportunities to learn from and network with industry professionals, and equips members with fundamental skill sets necessary for the modern finance industry.
Drucker Marketing Association
The Drucker Marketing Association provides insights into the marketing field through informal lectures, seminars, and events. Because a significant part of learning in the MBA program takes place outside the classroom, the Marketing Club strives to stimulate thought and opinion through discussions and lectures presented by professionals in the marketing industry.
Drucker Net Impact
Drucker Net Impact’s mission is to inspire, educate, and equip individuals to build a socially and environmentally sustainable society through outstanding executive leadership. The club supports the Drucker philosophy that business leaders have an ethical responsibility to make a positive difference in institutions that they touch, and the club strives to offer students an environment in which to practice these values. Drucker Net Impact is a chapter of Net Impact. For more information on the national organization, please visit netimpact.org.
Drucker Entrepreneurship Association
The Drucker Entrepreneurship Association aims to empower students with a platform to further their desire to build a business and take steps towards customer creation. The association strives to bring together leaders interested in start-ups, venture capital, and business to share their success stories and the lessons they have learned along the way.
CGU’s Beta Gamma Sigma Chapter
CGU’s Beta Gamma Sigma (BGS) chapter comprises students who are members of this prestigious international business honor society. Established in 1913, BGS recognizes top-performing students from around the world in business schools accredited by The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB). Learn more about BGS here or email email@example.com with any questions.
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7Cs INFORMS Chapter
The Institute for Operations Research and the Management Sciences (INFORMS) is an organization dedicated to transforming data into information and information into insights that save lives, save money, and solve problems. The Claremont Colleges Student Chapter of INFORMS is open to all 7Cs students and was created to expose both undergraduate and graduate students to the exciting career paths and educational advancements in supply chain, operations, mathematics, and analytics. To learn more about 7Cs INFORMS Chapter, email firstname.lastname@example.org.