Katz Clubs & Organizations

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Incredible Career and Community

Many Katz students enrich their academic experience by participating in our co-curricular organizations. Popular organizations exist in student governance, professional disciplines, and recreational interests. Most clubs listed below are open to all full-time and Professional MBA, MS, and MAcc students. Additionally, students can always start a new organization based on their interests.

If you have any questions, please contact Mike Chott.

Student-Centered Experiences

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The Adam Smith Society

The Adam Smith Society (Smith Soc) is an expansive, chapter-based network of MBA students from top business schools as well as business leaders who work to promote discussion about the moral, social, and economic benefits of capitalism.
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Business Healthcare Club

The Katz Business Healthcare Club (BHC) explores the business of healthcare and aims to prepare its members for successful careers within the industry.
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Business Technology Club

The Business Technology Club (BTC) is a community of students from all backgrounds and skill levels interested in learning about and promoting the intersection of business and technology.
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Consulting Club

The Katz Consulting Club is an organization dedicated to those students in pursuit of becoming leaders in consulting, going beyond the classroom to provide opportunities to build consulting skills and experience.
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Corporate Sustainability Club

The Katz Corporate Sustainability Club (KCSC), in partnership with the Center for Sustainable Business, helps students adopt a sustainability lens in tackling issues of corporate strategy.
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Finance Club

The Finance Club has strong relationships with the professional financial networks in Pittsburgh and our members attend many different networking events each year.
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International Business Association

The Katz International Business Association (IBA) strives to serve, promote, and educate the Pitt Business community on international business practices, awareness of cultures, and career opportunities.
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Katz Military and
Veterans Association

The Katz Military and Veterans Association strikes to help military/veteran students and alumni succeed in civilian employment and transition.
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Marketing Club

The Katz Marketing Club is responsible for coordinating many of the school’s extracurricular activities in marketing. The club helps complement students marketing knowledge base through activities such as field trips to corporations, guest speakers, case competitions, and social and networking activities.
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National Association of Women MBAs

NAWMBA is dedicated to empowering graduate women in business to propel more women into leadership positions in corporate America and to enhance diversity in the workplace.
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Operations Club

The Operations Club aims to provide students with a well-rounded view of business, with a specific focus on operations and its value and integral relation to the success of a company.
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Professional MBA Student Ambassadors

Professional MBA Student Ambassadors represent the Katz Graduate School at various university activities and events and assist with the ‘MBA for a Day’ program.
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Roberto Clemente MBA Association

The RCMBAA is dedicated to promoting academic and professional development for underrepresented groups at the Katz School of Business.
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Katz PM Club

The Katz PM Club intends to help students from both tech and non-tech backgrounds to prepare, learn, and explore opportunities in project, program, and product management
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Katz Alliance

The mission of Katz Alliance Club is to create a safe, collaborative, intersectional space for LGBTQIA students and their allies both within Mervis Hall and more broadly within the business world.


I chose Katz because they offer so many opportunities for so many different kinds of students. The staff, faculty and professors are extremely welcoming and conductive to a great learning environment.

Brittany Knight

MBA '21

It gave me a strong spirit of entrepreneurship. I couldn’t wait to get out and apply my business knowledge to start and grow a business. It created a level of excitement I carry with me today.

John Heller Jr.

MBA '90