Frequently Asked Questions

What is included in "Future of Mobility?"

In short, anything that changes the way we move people or goods. Some of the things we're excited about include:

  • Electric vehicles
  • Connected vehicles
  • Autonomy
  • Shared economy
  • Green energy infrastructure
  • Public transit
  • Micromobility
  • E-scooters
  • EVTOLs
  • Supersonic jets
  • Freight logistics
  • And so much more!

I've been accepted to Kellogg and am interested in a career in the industry. What advantages can Kellogg provide?

Kellogg is uniquely positioned as a leader in the mobility revolution. Innovation in the mobility world is increasingly at the intersection of software and advanced manufacturing. Kellogg has the advantage of a strong alumni base in the tech (over 25% of Kellogg graduates over the last 5 years have gone into tech) as well as proximity to industrial goods companies due to its presence in the heart of the Midwest. While some schools may have a presence in one or the other, the Kellogg network gives you the inroads you need to be a leader in all aspects of mobility.

What types of events does the club organize?

The club organizes a full range of events for Kellogg students that include but are not limited to: industry speakers, social and networking events, student panels and resume reviews, off-campus visits to companies, and industry events. We are always looking for new ideas that will excite our members and bring us together to share ideas. Below are some examples of what we've done:

Mobility Career Trek

Fireside Chat with VC Founder Mike Granoff '97

Go Kart Networking Event

How frequently does the club meet?

We typically have an event at least once per month featuring a speaker, a company presentation, or a networking event.

How do I get involved with the club?

Once admitted with an active NetID, any Kellogg student can join the club with a single click on Campus Groups. We also have a channel in the Kellogg Slack ecosystem, #kellogg_future_mobility, where we post updates on club events, discuss recent news in the industry, and provide resources to those looking to learn more about mobility.

You are welcome to have as much or as little involvement as you want in the club - no dues, no required meetings, no fine print. Engage in whatever interests you.

First year students are encouraged to apply to become club directors to contribute to club management in the fall of their first year. Second year students apply to the executive team at the end of their first year to help drive the future of the club.