MBA Student Clubs
Contact: James Lee, Laura Malecky, Email group officers
Out for Business strives to accomplish three goals: to build community among the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) members of the Ross community, to provide professional development resources for our membership and to raise awareness among all Ross faculty, staff and students of the issues facing LGBT individuals in society.
Membership BenefitsThroughout the year, we plan a variety of events designed to connect LGBT students at Ross with each other and the broader Unversity of Michigan community, improve visibility of LGBT issues and facilitate the career development and recruiting process for our members. Our activities are centered around the following major themes:Career Development: We work with a wide variety of firms to facilitate the recruiting process for LGBT students at Ross.Education & Visibility: We partner with other campus organizations to encourage dialogue about the unique issues facing LGBT people in the workplace and in society.Social: We provide opportunities for socializing among our members and with the greater University of Michigan community.
Membership is open to all Ross students who are interested in LGBT issues. We count among our members BBAs, day MBAs, evening MBAs, MAccs and PhD students.
More details required: Membership is open to all Ross students who are interested in LGBT issues. We count among our members BBAs, day MBAs, evening MBAs, MAccs and PhD students.
Full Membership: Includes professional development activities (resume reviews, mock interviews, career guidance), regular club communications, LGBT social events, LGBT recruitment notices, club leadership opportunities.
Ally Membership: Show your support for the LGBT community at Ross. Receive notices of general social events, special ally activities, diversity panel discussions and diversity outreach opportunities.
Alumni Membership: Connect with the Ross LGBT community. Receive alumni communications, network with others, share your experiences and insights with current students, contribute to the club.