Entrepreneurship is more than a career path, it is a lifestyle! Join one or more of these student clubs to connect with kindred spirits.
Disseminates information about the culture and people of Asia to the Johnson community and introduces students to career opportunities in Asia and the United States.
Connects potential employers, alumni and other Black MBA candidates in order to advance the recruitment of qualified Black students and faculty to The Johnson School, and positively impact the greater community
Brings together current Cornell Law School students with practicing professionals to provide networking opportunities and insight into areas of the law that touch upon business issues.
An undergraduate organization providing support for lesbian, gay, bisexual, & transgender students with an interest in business, CBA works with prominent firms to further enhance their diversity recruitment efforts by connecting them with our talented student members.
The Cornell Entrepreneurship Club is a community for current student entrepreneurs or anyone interested in joining the entrepreneurial community at Cornell. We host a variety of events related to entrepreneurship and is a great organization if you’re looking to meet successful entrepreneurs, venture capitalists, and other entrepreneurial students.
The Society for Women in Business (SWIB), affiliated with Cornell’s Dyson School, is the largest undergraduate business organization for women at Cornell, connecting students of all majors with each other and with professional leaders in the business world. We aim to empower talented and intelligent women through education and experience. Through research projects, panels, speaker events, skill-building workshops, and networking events, our goal is to provide our members with the tools to help them advance both personally and professionally.
Connects Cornell student entrepreneurs with the dynamic world of venture capital.
A global network of trailblazing, visionary women who aspire to use their talent and leadership savvy to affect professional, educational, economic, and cultural change for all women globally.
Focuses on educating members about energy technology, infrastructure, and deployment including political, economic, legal, and social aspects of energy.
Provides the entrepreneurship community at Johnson with networking and educational opportunities while promoting entrepreneurial spirit and awareness.
Serves as a forum for students with an interest in privately held corporations.
Educates members on the latest industry trends as well as the demands of roles available to MBAs.
Helps students to seek developmental opportunities in the hospitality industry and to exercise their creativity to develop successful enterprises.
Increases awareness of Israel business practices and promotes professional opportunities for Johnson students with Israeli companies.
This non-profit organization of undergraduate students provides pro bono consulting services to social entrepreneurs around the globe.
Members maximize opportunities to interact with software entrepreneurs who have already made their first steps toward the ultimate goal
Dedicated to integrating social and environmental sustainability into business and to advance the professional development of students as leaders in sustainability-related careers.
An organization of engineers, scientists, technologists, and like-minded individuals interested in fostering an understanding of the entrepreneurial process through interactive exposure to the industrial entrepreneurial culture, networking, and brainstorming business ideas.