The William and Mary chapter of Net Impact exists to cultivate values-driven business leaders by equipping and empowering them to be social and environmental change-makers as they enter the workforce. Students in Net Impact gain exposure to environmental, social, and ethical value issues during their undergraduate work and will enter the workforce with a competitive advantage. Events held throughout the year include brown-bag lunches with faculty, visiting speakers on environmental and ethical issues, and an intercollegiate Sustainability & Business Symposium. Students of all majors and concentrations (business and non-business) are involved and welcomed in this student organization.
Contact: Yvette Yuan ([[e|yyuan02]])
Sports Business Club
The Sports Business Club aims to connect students' passions for sports with their future careers in the business world. All sports and all areas of the sports business world are examined. Members have the opportunity to hear directly from professionals to learn how they got their start and what it takes to prosper in the industry. The Sports Business Club places an emphasis on networking, something that members will have a great opportunity to do at two sports business conferences that the Club attends as a group during the Spring. The exciting and dynamic sports business world awaits those who join the Sports Business Club.
Contact: Aidan Donovan ([[e|awdonovan]])
Howard J. Busbee Finance Academy
The Finance Academy is a student organization created to help W&M undergraduates learn more about careers in finance and help interested students network with finance professionals.
The Finance Academy co-sponsors the annual DoG Street to Wall Street Program, sponsors two Training the Street professional education programs annually, and hosts seminars on topics including venture capital, equity markets, mergers and acquisitions, investment banking, financial consulting, trading and the financial aspects of the recording industry. Students receive training in financial software systems, such as Bloomberg, and learn more about professional certifications, such as the CFA. A formal mentoring board pairs interested members with young alumni working in their area of interest. Annual networking nights held in New York City bring alumni and students together.
Contact: Kevin Andrews ([[e|kandrews]])
Wayne F. Gibbs Accounting Society
The Wayne F. Gibbs Accounting Society is a student-run organization for accounting majors, concentrators and those students who are simply interested in the accounting field. Gibbs hosts presentations by recruiters who come to campus looking to hire students for full-time positions and internships, information sessions about the William & Mary Masters of Accounting program, and the Becker CPA review course. The mission of the Wayne F. Gibbs Accounting Society is to support activities that encourage meaningful interactions among Mason School accounting students, business professionals, and the community.
Contact: Thomas Dungan ([[email@example.com]])
The Investment Club manages the Mason Investment Fund, an entirely student-run undergraduate investment fund at the College of William and Mary. With a current portfolio value of approximately $20,000, the fund provides an excellent opportunity for both experienced and beginning investors to become involved in the active management of a sizable investment fund. Students are provided hands-on experience in developing their knowledge of security research, valuation techniques, and portfolio management. The Mason Investment Fund thrives on member involvement, with students preparing both educational presentations and stock pitches for weekly meetings.
Contact: Aidan Donovan ([[firstname.lastname@example.org]])
William & Mary Consulting Club
William & Mary Consulting provides member with experiences in the field of consulting. Students learn from professionals about consulting opportunities and how to improve critical consulting skills. William & Mary Consulting Club sponsors case competition and workshops that develop consulting expertise and give members and additional chance to network with employers and each other.
Contact: Chris Roman ([[e|cdroman]]) or Katie Lang (email@example.com)
Student Marketing Association
SMA allows students with an interest in Marketing to learn more about the field and network with
marketing professionals. Events held throughout the year include an all-day Marketing Symposium, consulting projects with local businesses (like the Blue Talon), speakers, breakfast with W&M marketing alumni, job/internship search workshops, and social outings. Students will have the opportunity to not only learn a lot about careers in marketing, but to also put their new marketing skills into practice and share them with important contacts in the field.
Alpha Kappa Psi
Alpha Kappa Psi is America's largest and oldest nationally recognized professional business fraternity. The organization is comprised of all majors and academic years, with students sharing a common drive to succeed in today's complex business world. Alpha Kappa Psi brings monthly speakers to campus, offering unique insights into many of today's hottest business segments. The fraternity focuses on honing networking, resume-building, and interview skills, and additionally is host to many social and mentoring activities for its members.
Contact: Cecilia Gallagher ([[e|cmgallagher]])
The Mason Global Ambassadors are Mason School of Business undergraduate students who have international experience or are international students and have a deep passion to get others globally aware through study abroad. Our Global Ambassadors work directly with the Mason School of Business undergraduate office to promote study abroad awareness and connect with students who are considering studying abroad, as well as those preparing for their upcoming study.
Contact: Amanda Lutick ([[e|aclutick]])
The Mason Alliance was established to provide support for LGBTQ students and their allies with an interest in business, with a broader goal of creating an accepting environment for LGBTQ workers in the business world. The Mason Alliance aims to accomplish this by: providing LGBTQ undergraduates with a variety of activities including workshops and regular meetings where they establish a network with those who share their professional interests; facilitating networking opportunities with corporate recruiters to provide LGBTQ undergraduates with a background of these recruiting firms with regards to issues that concern them; setting up/holding events involving mentoring with LGBTQ Mason Alumni, speakers’ series, and mentoring partnerships between alumni and current members.
Mason Diversity Ambassadors
Mason Diversity Ambassadors promote and support diversity initiatives within the School of Business. Ambassadors initiate programs and establish relationships with internal constituencies such as Mason students, campus organizations, potential students and faculty. Ambassadors also work directly with external constituencies such as alumni networks, executives on Mason Boards and companies who recruit our students. These networking opportunities enable our Ambassadors to better understand the dramatic impact of diversity in the workplace and the potential to transition their interest in diversity from student life at William & Mary into professional life.
The Mason School of Business plans to expand the presence of the Diversity Ambassadors program in the years to come, while continuing to connect students with diverse perspectives to alumni and professionals who can offer advice and opportunity.
Women in Business
Women in Business promotes confidence, exploration and drive in female undergraduate students. There is much to be gained from the mentoring advice, insight and discussions that occur in an all-female setting, and the Women in Business Club aims to provide this forum to the women on campus. The club provides female students the opportunity to meet and mentor one another as they learn about the courses available to them in the Raymond A. Mason School, in addition to interview and internship advice and preparation.
Additionally, it is a valuable outlet where students can meet alumni that they can connect with on a deeper level. Women in Business hosts an annual panel at From DoG Street to Wall Street and also invites 2-3 professionals each semester to speak to both male and female students.
Contact: Shelby Trinca ([[e|srtrinca]])
Smart Woman Securities
Smart Woman Securities is a not-for-profit organization focused on educating collegiate women in finance and investing. The club provides a supportive and welcoming environment for education at an introductory level. Successful chapters exist at Harvard, Yale and UVA among other top universities. Programs include a 10-Week Seminar Series, organized research teams and an investment fund that will give the women of the College practical and hands-on experience with investing.
Contact: Brittany Peck ([[e|bcpeck]])
Design Thinking Club
The Design Thinking Club fosters a creative environment for students to learn cutting-edge innovations across a variety of industries. Members in Design Thinking Club are dreamers, thinkers and change makers. Club activities include innovation boot camp, problem solving workshops, and influential speakers from different fields. Students will also have the opportunity to build hands-on projects and learn from others.
Contact: Gabby Stewart ([[e|agstewart]])
Financial Modeling Club
The W&M Financial Modeling Club aims to introduce students from diverse backgrounds in Mathematics, Finance, Computer Science, Physics and Economics to the field of quantitative finance. We host talks and seminars with alumni, industry professionals and professors. Our events aim is to provide members with opportunities to learn about financial derivatives, actuarial science, and different types of quantitative models. We also host career talks with recent alumni and graduating students. We also partner with sponsors to organize case competitions that are quantitatively rigorous.
Contact: Conor Keevey ([[e|rckeevey]])([[firstname.lastname@example.org]])