UNC Kenan-Flagler Business School

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MBA Student Clubs & Organizations

UNC Kenan-Flagler Full-time MBA Clubs

Companies wanting to target specific student groups are encouraged to volunteer their time and resources by partnering with career clubs and student organizations. Contact club leadership to discuss organizing case competitions, site visits, guest speakers, and event sponsorships.

MBA Career Clubs

Student Led Advisory Boards

Diversity Clubs

Activity Clubs

MBAdventures Club
President: Kan Mam
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The mission of the MBAdventures Club is to build community through adventurous activities. The Club is committed to providing an outgoing, energetic and safe means for first- and second-year MBA students to interact beyond the classroom. This year's activities include skiing, camping, clay shooting, paintball, disc golf and skydiving.

Basketball Club
President: Jeff Moccia
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The Basketball Club at UNC Kenan-Flagler Business School creates a community of students and partners who enjoy playing the game of basketball; and provides players of all skill levels and backgrounds with an opportunity to play organized basketball on a weekly basis. The Basketball Club also selects a team to represent Kenan-Flagler and compete against other MBA programs throughout the nation, in both Georgetown?s U4 Basketball Touridnt and the Blue Cup championship.

Dance Club
President: Erin Donovan
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The MBA Dance Club aims to educate students and partners about various styles of dance practiced throughout the world in order to enhance the appreciation for the arts within the UNC Kenan-Flagler community.  Educational activities sponsored by the club include group trips to attend dance performances throughout the year as well as group classes arranged to actively learn different dance styles.

Foodies Club
President: Scott Lipinski
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The mission of the Foodies Club is to provide a community for people to expand their network and gain education, through a shared love of food. Activities include visiting diverse restaurants, potlucks, cooking competitions, and any other activity that we can devise that will provide an excuse to eat tasty food. All students, partners, and family are welcome.

Golf Club
President: William Mills
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The mission of the Golf Club at UNC?s Kenan-Flagler Business School is to provide the KFBS student body, including, but not limited to golf club members, with the opportunity to learn about and enjoy the game in order to increase career prospects through the social opportunities the game creates.

Poker Club
President: Michael Lippay
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The mission of the MBA Poker Club is:

  • To promote responsible gaming in an informal social atmosphere with a strong focus on networking
  • To use poker training to enhance both player skill and business acumen
  • To create synergies with UNC Kenan-Flagler clubs to hold charity events and provide meaningful content

Running Club
President: Kat Michaels
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The UNC Kenan-Flagler Business School Running Club is intended to provide an organized, healthy outlet through which students and partners of all running levels can run, train, race, socialize, and network via activities related to running that promote the UNC Kenan-Flagler id and enhance the overall community.

Soccer Club
President: Nathan Bohon
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The MBA Soccer Club aims to enhance and enrich the UNC Kenan-Flagler experience for students by using the international language and love for soccer as a common bond.

Pickup sessions run twice a week throughout the year and are open to all. There are also intramural leagues, competitive games including scrimmages and Blue Cup against Duke, the Carolina Classic, the Texas Winter Classic MBA Tournament, and the Faculty-Staff-Student cup.

The club aims to provide all ability groups with opportunities to play at a level of soccer, which they enjoy.

Join us on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/pages/Kenan-Flagler-MBA-Soccer-Club/334186015314

Sports Committee
President: David Bridges
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The mission of the Sports Committee is to provide the UNC Kenan-Flagler community with enhanced social, networking, and leadership opportunities through involvement and support of UNC varsity athletics, campus intramural programs, national business school competitions, and UNC Kenan-Flagler sponsored athletic events.

In addition, the Sports Committee organizes the MBA Blue Cup each spring.

The Carolina–Duke rivalry, also known as The Battle of Tobacco Road or The Battle of the Blues, is a fierce rivalry, particularly in men's college basketball, between the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and Duke University. It is considered one of the most intense rivalries in all of sports and is amplified by the proximity of the two schools, located only eight miles apart.

The MBA Blue Cup competition is an extension of that rivalry and pits UNC's Kenan-Flagler Business School and Duke?s Fuqua School of Business against each other. An Olympic-style athletic competition, the Blue Cup takes place each spring. The locations for the events alternate between the campuses each year.

For more information, please visit the Blue Cup website: http://www.mbabluecup.com/

Tennis Club
President: Ryan Siegrist
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The mission of the UNC Kenan-Flagler Tennis Club is to encourage members of the UNC Kenan-Flagler community to play tennis and network with each other. We welcome players of all levels. The Tennis Club practices weekly on Sundays throughout the school year, and when the weather cooperates, more frequent practices are scheduled.

Toastmasters Club
President: Anand Murali
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The Toastmasters Club helps students become confident in front of an audience. By implementing a “learning by doing” program, members are encouraged to practice their public speaking skills in a friendly, non-competitive environment. Peers evaluate member presentations and help their friends to improve their communication prowess. It is a great way to improve skills for interviews, presentations, and beyond business school.

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