Interested in finance, consulting, or entrepreneurship? Come meet the members of MIT's premier business organization, the Sloan Business Club. Network, enjoy fondue from our very own chocolate fountain, and chat with our board about business and on-campus opportunities. No business experience necessary - all questions welcome!
Sloan Business Club (SBC) is the most comprehensive undergraduate business organization at MIT, encompassing three core initiatives: finance, consulting, and engineering/entrepreneurship. Join us for a week of learning, sharing, and networking!
Apply to be a member of our board:
Resume Drop closes on 9/15 Friday at 11:59PM at http://www.mitsbc.org/resumedrop/.
MON 9/11 8-9pm: SBC Perspectives (Room 6-120) - Come hear from incoming SBC Seniors about their experiences within both MIT and SBC, and the advice they wish to impart on younger students. Refreshments provided.
TUES 9/12 8-9pm: Internship Panel (Room 6-120) - Listen in on our rising sophomores as they discuss their summer experiences. Refreshments provided.
WED 9/13 6:30-9pm: Game Night - Welcome! You are invited to SBC Casino Night: a night filled with Texas Hold'em, chocolate fondue, and investment banking! (Just kidding)
THURS 9/14 8-9pm: Resume Critique (Room 6-120) - Drop in for a valuable one-on-one resume critique with a SBC board member. Remember that the Resume Drop closes on Friday at midnight!
FRI 9/15 6:30-9pm: Resume drop and Dinner with Board - Remember to drop your resume by midnight tonight! In addition, some potential members will be asked to join us for a delicious dinner.
Get to know the members of SBC board! Come to our networking session in Baker to talk to current members of SBC. Learn about their experiences both with and outside the club, and get advice on all aspects of life at MIT.
Business casual attire is strongly recommended.
Want advice for your resume, or don't know where to start? Come to our resume critique session to get recommendations from the experienced members of the SBC board. Learn how to make your resume stand out in a sea of other qualified applicants.
Make sure to bring multiple hard copies of your resume!
Are you a Freshmen or Sophomore who is interested in interviewing for an internship in consulting next year?
Join Accenture and Sloan Business Club on Thursday May 12th for a case interview workshop.
Our managers will deliver a presentation, share the common mistakes they see in interviews, and take your questions. We’ll follow the presentation with breakout groups where we’ll work with you in small groups on several different cases to give you a more hands on experience.
How can Snapchat score a $16 billion valuation while companies trying to improve the way we learn are struggling to succeed and raise money at all?
Join John Katzman, founder of The Princeton Review, 2U, Noodle, and other ed-tech startups for a discussion on why tackling the education market is harder than it looks, and what he's learned along the way.
We'll start with a few pitches by students working on relevant problems, followed by a talk and ending with a group discussion.
There will be pizza!
Goldman Sachs will be hosting office hours for selected freshmen and sophomores. You will have the opportunity to meet one-on-one with the MIT recruiter and learn more about our summer internship opportunities.
Please apply via My GS Events by April 18th and attach a resume to your profile in order to be considered.
People, Capital & Ideas: Diverse Journeys to Goldman Sachs
LOCATION: Building 32-144
Ever wonder what GS Engineers, Investment Bankers, Traders and Asset Managers actually do? Dive into these businesses at GS and find out how MIT alumni make an impact in their roles.
Register for this event via My GS Events
Interested in finance, consulting, and/or entrepreneurship opportunities after MIT? Come meet members of the Sloan Business Club and learn about how a combination of MIT classes and outside activities can give you a great learning experience in preparation for careers in one of those fields.