The Kellogg Arts and Culture Club will enhance the student body's experience at Kellogg through fostering non-academic social/networking opportunities while exposing the students to a wide range of cultural activities in Chicago. As future business leaders, Kellogg students will also be future civic leaders. It is important to instill cultural appreciation and the importance of civic involvement, and this club will provide valuable groundwork and exposure. It will also offer additional leadership opportunities in various Event Coordinator positions.
The Arts and Culture Club will be open to all students. Possible events include: theatre (Goodman, Steppenwolf, Broadway in Chicago, etc), music (CSO, Jazz, Grant Park Orchestra, Opera), dance (Joffrey, Hubbard Street, River North), art (Art Institute, MCA), Museums (Field, MSI), a cooking class, and a wine tasting. Ideally, there would be an additional component to the performance or exhibit including behind the scenes tours, talk-backs, "meet the artists," etc. Students would purchase tickets on a per event basis.
The goal of the Asia Business Association (ABA) is to network, engage and create awareness among students and businesses of the Asian Market place and its impact on World economies.
Kellogg Athletics ClubThe purpose of the club is to enhance the student experience at Kellogg by increasing social networking opportunities. Playing on a Kellogg athletics team will provide students with an outlet to have fun andbuild long lasting relationships in a non-academic environment. The club will also offer leadership opportunities to students as each team will be assigned a team captain, who will manage attendance and communications. Leagues will be designated as "competitive" or "just for fun" and players of all experience levels are welcome. Teams will be formed based on interest, schedule and skill level (beginner to advanced) and registration will be open to part-time, full-time, alumni and faculty. Students will have the opportunity to play in the followingChicago Sport and Social Leagues: softball, kickball, soccer, football, volleyball, basketball, dodge ball, bowling, and tennis.In addition, the club will help students find informal neighborhood groups that are interested in getting together for yoga, running, tennis, golf, volleyball, softball, working out, etc.
KPTSA Community Relations provides opportunities for Kellogg students to get involved in the Chicago community in which they live and work. Activities represent the varied interests of the student body and increase Kellogg's visibility throughout the Chicagoland area. In addition to the community involvement, Community Relations projects are great opportunities to meet fellow students and enhance the Kellogg experience.
Our mission is to develop future leaders who will bring-together, develop, and translate innovative ideas into breakthrough medical products and services that will change the way healthcare is practiced, thereby catalyzing improvement of patient care worldwide.
The club will accomplish its mission by:
PTMBA-HBC aims to help Kellogg PTMBA students explore, focus and continue building careers in businesses related to health care and the life sciences. We are dedicated to developing new relationships, strengthening existing networks and interacting with leaders from companies and recruiters in the field.
Focus areas:~Biotechnology~Genomics~Pharmaceuticals~Medical Devices~Healthcare IT~Healthcare & Life-sciences focused: *Venture Capital *Consulting *Investment Banking
The Women’s Business Association is an organization that strives to facilitate and support the academic, professional and social development of women in The Kellogg Part-Time MBA Program. The WBA is committed to working with faculty, administrators, alumnae and the greater business community to create opportunities for women in business.
The Mission of the Kellogg Black Management Association is to develop Black leaders within the community through professional and personal initiatives that create a supportive environment; enhance career development; and attract top talent. We also utilize our active membership, extensive alumni base, and rich history, to support the development, network, and community of our members.
Our primary objectives are to:
Catholics@Kellogg aims to:
Provides a forum for students from Greater China (including Mainland China, Hong Kong, Taiwan, Macao and Singapore) to contribute to the diverse community in the Kellogg School of Management.
Provides a forum for other Kellogg students to learn about Greater China.
Promotes the booming Chinese business environment to students interested in pursuing opportunities in greater China.
Ensures Kellogg can attract top Chinese students.
Provides a liaison between corporate recruiters from greater China and students at Kellogg.
Provides networking opportunities for current Kellogg students with alumni and business leaders in greater China.
Cork & Screw Mission Statements
To provide students with the knowledge and opportunities to pursue careers within distressed that are aligned with general professional interests. The DMC is centered at the nexus of Kellogg’s finance, consulting and general management clubs.
The Healthcare Club delivers a diverse platform of opportunities and activities for Kellogg students to gain awareness, develop relevant skill-sets, and build successful careers in the healthcare industry.
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The goal of the Kellogg mentors program is to provide guidance to undergraduate students pursuing careers in business and to foster stronger relations between Kellogg and Northwestern University as a whole. Kellogg Mentors have a significant impact on the Northwestern Undergraduates. They offer advice on potential career paths, review resumes, discuss interview strategies, and provide general guidance as students transition to the working world. In turn, the club provides Kellogg students the opportunity to give back in a meaningful way to the Northwestern community. Because the involvement of mentors is so flexible in terms of timing and location, the club also includes Kellogg students who might not have otherwise been able to volunteer with an organization.
McManus Center is a seven-story apartment complex designed to suit the needs of Kellogg students, their partners and families. About 300 students and 50 partners live in McManus' comfortable furnished and unfurnished apartments. The 208 living units consist of one and two bedroom apartments as well as single and double studio apartments. A few double studio apartments are designed to accommodate families with up to two children.
Conveniently located in downtown Evanston near restaurants, banks, stores and public transportation, the McManus Center is only three blocks from the Jacobs Center, home for Kellogg.McManus provides a sense of community for students, partners and families new to the area. It is occupied solely by Kellogg students and visiting scholars, so it's a great place to make social and professional contacts while also offering privacy and the benefits of apartment living.
Your 2014-2015 McManus GHA Team
Bruno, Ashley, Sissi, Vivek
The Middle East & North Africa Club is a nonreligious, nonpartisan organization committed to presenting the MENA region’s business environment and cultural richness to the Kellogg community. It also aims to promote Kellogg’s brand in MENA, engage prospective students, and provide a networking forum between students, alumni, and business leaders.
1. Expose Kellogg students to MENA’s business environment, and promote job opportunities in the region.
2. Provide a professional networking forum between MENA business leaders and Kellogg students/alumni interested in MENA.
3. Attract MENA students to Kellogg through outreach efforts.
4. Raise awareness of the diverse cultural heritage of MENA countries.
kellogg board fellows mission
Prepare Kellogg students to be socially responsible leaders through academic training in board governance and experiential learning through service on non-profit boards
program componentsFellows participate in the following program components:
Founded by three students in 2003, the Board Fellows Program began with a 5-week board governance course and matching Kellogg MBA candidates with boards of Chicago area nonprofit organizations. In 2004, an application process was created and a small group began to meet to discuss their experiences. In 2005, the Social Impact Club won an award for the innovative KBF program. With a significant increase in marketing in 2006, applications doubled and admissions began reading about the program in applications. In the most recent application process which recruited the 07-08 class, over 120 Kellogg students applied for 45 fellowship positions. Currently, the Fellows meet monthly for both large group sessions and small group sessions, of which there are three groups of 15 people led by three different facilitators. KBF has also shared best practices with younger fellows programs at other business schools.
Our primary goals are to:
This club is for all students who are passionate about education regardless of whether it fits into their past or future career decisions. We believe that education is one of the most important civic issues today and we want you to be involved.
KELLOGG IMPACT CONSULTING CLUB (KICC) - Mission Statement:
KICC matches teams of Kellogg students with Chicago non-profits and socially-minded entrepreneurs who are looking for assistance in dealing with a specific business problem. KICC allows students an opportunity to apply their industry expertise and business experience in a way that positively impacts the community. The organization is supported by the university, but entirely student run.
Sustainable Business ClubThe Sustainable Business Club (SBC) endeavors to improve Kellogg students' knowledge about environmental sustainability in business, provide career direction, host experts in the field, and work to reduce the environmental impacts of MBA life at Kellogg. Related SitesSocial ImpactKSA - Kellogg Student AssociationEnergy Management Club
The Private Equity and Venture Capital Club is Kellogg's club for students interested in private
equity and venture capital. The PEVC Club supports the educational needs and career aspirations
of over 600 student members. Our members’ interests range from angel investing and venture
capital to buyouts and other alternative asset classes.
The PEVC Club provides members with a wide range of interests and experiences with exposure
to all stages of private equity and venture capital investing. Our key aims are:
Education - To improve awareness and understanding of Private Equity and Venture Capital
Career - To help PEVC Club members properly navigate the recruiting process to maximize the
number and scope of relevant job opportunities available to Kellogg students.
Alumni - To strengthen relationships with Kellogg alumni and provide current students with
opportunities to interact with a wide range of industry professionals.
To Kellogg students interested in any industry, job function, or discipline of business, the Public Speaking Club represents an opportunity to learn and develop presentation skills through education, hands-on practice, and constructive feedback.
Why do you need the Kellogg Public Speaking Club?
- Improve your communication skills in a structured, supportive and enjoyable environment
- Lose the fear of public speaking
- Practice impromptu speaking necessary for recruiting events
- Learn clear and efficient communication strategies for interviewing
- Develop presentation skills to use during summer internships
- Become comfortable leading teams and conducting meetings
- Give and receive constructive evaluation
The Kellogg Soccer Club’s mission is to provide an opportunity for fans and players of the "Beautiful Game" to play and associate with each other in a fun and team-oriented environment.
The Kellogg Soccer Club is open to all members of the Kellogg community, including students, JVs, faculty, staff and any others, and all skill levels are welcome and encouraged to participate. The club is one of the most successful and decorated MBA soccer clubs and most recently has won the UCLA ’06, Austin ’07, Tuck ’07 & UCLA ’07 tournaments
In addition to offering bi-weekly practices/scrimmages for all levels of play, the club also selects a competitive tournament team that competes in three major MBA Soccer tournaments during the academic year (1 per quarter)
In May of each year, the club hosts Kellogg’s "World Cup Tournament," which is traditionally the school’s largest sporting event. Co-ed teams composed of students of all skill levels from various countries and regions throughout the world compete for the title of Kellogg World Cup Champion! This event is one of the most anticipated of the school year and involves almost a third of the student body.
A Kellogg tradition for over 30 years, Special K! presents the extraordinary acting, singing and dancing talents of Kellogg students.
Come join us -- you'll laugh at us, we'll laugh at you.
Our mission is to enhance interaction between students, faculty, alumni and other people affiliated with the Kellogg School of Management through activities centered around squash.
This is achieved through a weekly court time on Wednesdays from 1pm to 3pm and the arrangement of a squash ladder, squash clinics and squash tournaments.
Whether you are a beginner, an intermediate or a pro, come play! We have rackets and balls, so you just need to show up!
The Strategy and Business Development Club exists to educate Kellogg students about opportunities in Strategy and Business Development, to develop relationships with firms to encourage their support of and interest in Kellogg students who are looking for jobs in this field and to support students in pursuing a career in these functions. Strategy and Business Develop roles include corporate strategy, internal consulting, strategic planning, NPD & innovation, M&A and more.
The club will also serve as cross-functional conduit between the other industry clubs for those who wish to pursue strategy and business development careers in specific sectors of the market.
The Ultimate Frisbee Club has the goal of promoting the play of ultimate frisbee at Kellogg through:
Organizing practices and pick-up games
Organizing teams to compete in campus leagues
Building social bonds among ultimate players
Welcome to the Volleyball Club!!!
The Kellogg Volleyball Club is organized and run by business school students at the Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University, Evanston, IL. The club is open to all Kellogg students and alumni, both full and part time, as well as JVs.
Aside from weekly sessions on campus, the club participates in tournaments with other business schools and occasionally scrimmages with teams in the local area.
We host open volleyball play indoors on the Evanston campus in Fall, Winter, and Spring. In the summer, we host open volleyball play at the beach!
The Women's Business Association (WBA) at Kellogg is an organization that supports women in achieving their professional and personal goals through a variety of workshops, speakers, and events. The WBA strives to challenge, teach, and bond its members in a way that is meaningful and lasting.