Drucker Student Clubs
When you join a Drucker Student Club, you have the opportunity to expand on your graduate school experience. The following are active clubs recognized by the Drucker School of Management for the 2019–2020 academic year:
Claremont Global Family Business Student Advisory Club
The Claremont Global Family Business Student Advisory Club serves as a hub for students who work for or come from a family-owned business. Its goal is to provide access to resources that will aid students in their current role and plans for the future. Opportunities abound for networking and discussing issues unique to family-owned businesses.
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 which 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.
The Finance Club offers a community for students to express their enthusiasm towards the finance world. It encourages members to stay connected with market trends, provide opportunities to learn from and network with industry professionals, and equip members with fundamental skill sets necessary for the modern finance industry.
The Marketing Club 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.
Supply Chain Management Association (SCMA)
The Supply Chain Management Association serves its members in providing resources for career opportunities in the areas of supply chain and operations strategy. The Association aims to develop and enhance effective leadership in the supply chain sector through building networks with the local Southern California Roundtable and supply chain professionals, gaining real experience through on-site projects and case competitions, preparing for summer internships and careers through data workshops, and giving back to the community through collaboration with Net Impact.
Venture Capital Club
The Venture Capital Club aims to empower students with a platform to further their desire to build a business and take steps towards customer creation. The Club strives to bring together venture capital, private equity, and business leaders to share their success stories and lessons they have learned along the way.