The Accounting Club helps members with necessary career building such as: resume and interview workshops, information sessions on professional certification processes (e.g., CPA, CMA, CIA). Members also have the opportunity to network with accounting firms as well as prominent alumni now working in accounting. The club travels to the Boston area every year to meet with UVM alums in major accounting firms such as PwC, KPMG, and Ernst & Young.
Enactus is a community of student, academic, and business leaders committed to using the power of entrepreneurship action to enable human progress. Enactus students apply business concepts to develop community outreach projects, transform lives and shape a better, more sustainable world.
The Entrepreneurship Club is a student-run organization that works to provide its members with the experience of running their own business. Through guest speaker seminars, pitch competitions, idea-thons and community projects, we help foster an interest in entrepreneurship, support the entrepreneurial mindset, and encourage engagement in the thriving community of young entrepreneurs in Burlington.
If you are interested in joining us in building a stronger, more connected and sustainable ecosystem of entrepreneurs in Burlington, contact us today.
Family Business Club
Enriching the opportunity to learn, explore, and engage with local and national family businesses within the Grossman School of Business community. Members of the Family Business Club have the opportunity to participate in the planning committee for the annual Schlesinger Global Family Enterprise Case Competition (SG-FECC) and network with world-class family business experts, owners, academics and alums.
Finance and Investment Club
Members of the Finance and Investment Club discuss the current trends of the market, key in on the hot stocks to watch, and learn how to become responsible investors by participating in a virtual online investment competition with fake money and real time. The club takes an annual networking trip to New York City to meet with prominent alums working on Wall Street.
GSAC (Grossman Student Advisory Committee)
GSAC is an organization of motivated and passionate students who work alongside faculty, alumni, and the Dean to enhance the student and faculty experience at the Grossman School of Business through the creation of initiatives. The goal of the club is to improve the quality of education and atmosphere at the Grossman School of Business. Members of GSAC commit themselves to the following values: innovation, leadership, and collaboration. Membership in GSAC is for Business majors and by application only.
The Marketing Club offers its members an opportunity to build contacts, improve networking skills, and increase their knowledge of the marketing profession. Highlight of each year include live case studies and hands-on projects, professional development programs and social events.
Women in Business
The purpose of our organization is to build a lifelong community of women who work together to achieve their personal and professional goals through mentoring, support and friendship.