All MEM students are eligible for membership in any MEM club. If you don’t see an organization below or on the Engineering Master’s Student Clubs site that represents your interests, please reach out to Kelly Green, Student Services Coordinator, to discuss your new club proposal.
The MEM Consulting Club is a team of students interested in the consulting field whose goal is to help the students get better insights into this industry. We aim to assist our peers in nurturing their skill set in accordance with the consulting field so that one can make informed decisions about pursuing a consulting career and prepare accordingly.
The mission of the Creative Communications Club is to help each of you recognize and celebrate your personal brands. Along with this, our vision also includes building MEM’s brand, by focusing on its online visibility through social-media engagement and maintaining an updated website presence. With the unique expertise that the cabinet members bring, we have also been able to uniquely craft upskilling workshops on Negotiation and Elevator Pitches.
The Data Club looks to foster a community of future leaders in data field. As everyone says, “data is the new oil.” It is impossible not to deal with Big Data in your career. The goal of the club is to prepare the MEM students to be successful in careers that need different levels of data skills. We will be hosting workshops and speaker sessions to develop key data and analytical skills this spring. We also look to provide students with hands-on experience through startup projects that prepare them for data roles in the future.
Financial literacy is an area that many incoming MEM students look to develop their expertise in, at both a personal and professional level.
From sessions on algorithmic and quantitative trading to how to invest in Robinhood or how to file your taxes to even playing Poker, our events cover a wide breadth of topics that looks to provide a comprehensive experience to MEM students.
The Innovation, Design & Entrepreneurship Applications (IDEA) club aims to encourage and support MEM students to appreciate user-centric design, innovation and develop an entrepreneurial mindset. At the IDEA Club, we believe and act like innovation, design and entrepreneurship is an inside-out process. It is more important to build a character ethic as opposed to personality ethic. We do this by creating a community through social events, hackathons and speaker sessions.
The Product Management looks to foster a community of future product leaders. The goal of the club is to introduce incoming students to the world of product management and all its nuances. While also providing returning students with guidance and recommendations on how to navigate recruiting season. We also look to provide students with hands-on experience through industry projects that prepare them for PM roles in the future.
Have you ever wondered how goods are manufactured and reach your house in a few days? The people behind the process make it happen, hence supply chain management is people management. Our club’s mission is to build a forum for people venturing into supply chain and operation careers. The club’s goal is to introduce students to a variety of careers in supply chain and operations management by interacting with industry leaders and peers.