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.
The BR Venture Fund is an early-stage venture capital fund operated by MBA students at Cornell.
Black Entrepreneurs in Training is a Cornell community dedicated to inspiring, informing, and initiating the next wave of Black Entrepreneurs.
BlackGen Capital is a premiere minority-owned investment fund led by talented students from chapters across the nation. We close the access gap by creating a pipeline for talented, underrepresented students interested in entering the financial services industry. Each chapter across the nation provides BlackGen Capital members with a standardized 10-week educational series, where students learn the fundamentals of finance. After receiving this thorough training, students across different schools have a unique opportunity to propose stock investment ideas to the national BlackGen Capital investment fund. Along with our education, our students have direct access to corporate sponsors and exclusive career opportunities.
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
BR Tech Strategy (BRTS) is a student led program that brings together Cornell Johnson MBA students and Cornell Engineering PhD candidates to partner on commercialization projects featuring early stage technology.
Cornell Business Analytics (CBA) is a student-run organization that offers pro-bono business analytics services to on-campus and off-campus clients. Through providing pro-bono business analytics services, CBA offers hands-on project experience and business analytics education to our members.
Cornell Current is Cornell’s leading current events and industry trends organization. Members can be a part of one of five sectors: economy, politics, science, technology, and international. We meet weekly to analyze current news events pertaining to each sector. Analysts present their findings in the form of presentations to the rest of the club and in news articles posted to the club’s website.
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.
Focuses on educating members about energy technology, infrastructure, and deployment including political, economic, legal, and social aspects of energy.
Empower is a volunteer initiative that pairs Cornell students with black-owned businesses to provide pro bono, skilled help on projects. We have worked with over 100 businesses across the United States on a diverse portfolio of projects.
Epsilon Nu Tau is the nation’s first entrepreneurship fraternity. We’re a co-ed, professional organization that helps students launch and maintain sustainable businesses. Through our online incubator, peer mentorship and training, curated resources, and vibrant brotherhood, we strive to create a connected entrepreneurial community at Cornell.
Serves as a forum for students with an interest in privately held corporations.
Helps students to seek developmental opportunities in the hospitality industry and to exercise their creativity to develop successful enterprises.
The Johnson Entrepreneurship Club is a rapidly growing community comprised of individuals interested in starting a company. The club’s goal is to provide programs and resources which prepare Johnson students to launch a company while at school or upon graduation. Our members come from diverse backgrounds and are interested in aligning their interests and goals with students at Cornell. The club is active within the local, regional, and New York City entrepreneurial community.
LCL runs the largest undergraduate pitch competition on campus—the BIG Idea Competition—plus the summer LCL Incubator for top early-stage startups. LCL also hosts regular networking dinners to bring like-minded entrepreneurs together.
This nonprofit organization of undergraduate students provides pro bono consulting services to social entrepreneurs around the globe.
Social Enterprise at Cornell is a hub for any student interested in making a positive social impact in their careers, whether that be through consulting, finance, entrepreneurship, design, tech, or more. We inspire, educate, and foster a community around this common goal.
Social Enterprise Group at Cornell (SEGC) is an undergraduate consulting and educational organization that teaches students to create market-driven solutions to social issues while working with social entrepreneurs and nonprofits to put them into practice.