Student organizations are a great way to become involved with Multicultural Business Programs. They give you a chance to meet students with similar interests, develop your leadership and communication skills, learn about corporations and attend conferences.
Membership is open to all MSU students, including non-business majors who have interest in the business field. Membership dues are $30 a year for your first organization and $10 for each additional organization.
Multicultural Business Students (MBS)
Developing Tomorrow’s Leaders Today
Multicultural Business Students of MSU represent a diverse group of students in the Eli Broad College of Business and related majors. Activities include professional development workshops, annual leadership retreat and a holiday reception. MBS meets on Mondays.
National Association of Black Accountants (NABA)
Lifting as We Climb
The mission of the National Association of Black Accountants, Inc. is to address the professional needs which enable minorities to maximize their career potential in the accounting and finance fields. Activities include professional development opportunities, site visits and the Central Regional Conference. NABA meets on Tuesdays.
Native American Hispanic Business Students (NAHBS)
Become Family, Grow Professionally
Native American and Hispanic Business Students is a group of students who strive to establish a sense of community between Native American and Hispanic business students. Activities include social events, the Native American and Latino Outreach and professional development workshops. NAHBS meets on Thursdays.
Women in Business Students’ Association (WBSA)
Successful Women Start Here
Women in Business Students’ Association educates its members about career opportunities available to men and women alike. Activities include a mock career fair and a Women in Business Leadership Conference. WBSA meets on Wednesdays.