Undergraduate Business Council

RSO Fair

Welcome to Foster’s first virtual RSO fair! The event will be happening on May 27 from 12:30 to 1:30. Please use the zoom links below to talk to different RSO’s and their club officers. If you have any questions, email ubc@uw.edu or join the UBC zoom call attached below. We look forward to the RSO fair and hope you can learn more about clubs you are interested in! 

RSO Zoom Links

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The Undergraduate Business Council (UBC) works to provide resources and community-building support to all of Foster’s Registered Student Organizations (RSO). It is a wonderful opportunity to get involved in fostering leadership and community within the Business School. Join us to recognize and celebrate the many ambitious, intelligent, and innovative students in our community.

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We are creators, innovators, storytellers, and marketers. 

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Founded in 2008, ABSA is a member-based student organization dedicated to promoting Asian culture & diversity within our business communities through enriched professional, social and cultural events, including workshops, professional networking opportunities, company tours and philanthropy events.

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The ALPFA student chapter at the University of Washington serves to enhance the professional development of all students regardless of major or area of study. Together we aim to empower and develop Latinx individuals as leaders of character for Washington state and the nation, in every sector of the local and global economy.

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An organization for accounting, finance, and information systems students which provides opportunities to network and interact with professionals and other students through weekly meetings and quarterly events with the firms.

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The nationally-ranked, award-winning Certificate of International Studies in Business Program gives undergraduate Foster School students the competitive edge they need to succeed in global business. Its mission is to prepare undergraduate students to become leaders in a globally interdependent and culturally diverse business world.

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Delta Sigma Pi is a professional business organized to foster the study of business. We have four core pillars: Professionalism, Scholarship, Brotherhood, and Community Service, and the events and activities we hold through the year tie into one or more of these.

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First Generation Business Leaders is a student-run organization that is dedicated to empowering first-generation college students by providing the resources and support to grow personally and professionally. Our goal is to create a welcoming community for all, as we accept students from all majors and backgrounds.

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Montlake Consulting Group is a student run consultancy that works with clients, ranging from startups to Fortune 500 companies, to help them solve their most difficult problems. Consultants gain direct hands-on experience in a client-facing environment with work in areas such as marketing, finance, and strategy. Members also have access to numerous professional development events, mentors, and our alumni network. Open to all majors.

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We connect students interested in Operations and Supply Chain Management to industry leading companies like Starbucks, Amazon, Boeing, and Paccar. Join us later tonight for our panel discussion with Frito-Lay.

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ReThink is a cross-disciplinary Foster RSO focused on addressing the intersection of business and sustainability through the lens of technology.

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SHRM is the world’s largest HR association and strives to further professional standards, development and certification. The group is open to anyone who wants to better investigate the Human Resource industry, wants the benefits from what HR can teach or plans on making a career out of Human Resources

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Startup UW is the liaison between the student community at the University of Washington and Startup sphere in Seattle. Our goal is to provide members with the tools necessary to be a successful entrepreneur, including things like industry skills, professional insights and networking opportunities.

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The mission of the Undergraduate Women in Business (UWiB) Association is to strive towards advancing the continued progress of women in business through educating and encouraging their individual development as business professionals, and assist in the exploration of multiple career opportunities. UWiB will seek to promote greater awareness and understanding of ongoing issues and challenges that women presently face in business, while providing professional relationships with female business leaders for the undergraduate community.

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The UWCA is dedicated to provide UW undergraduates from all backgrounds with resources for excellence in the consulting industry. UWCA events feature professionals in the consulting industry who provide insight regarding their career path, their opinion on current market condition, and framework for developing business strategies. UWCA has hosted companies from strategy consulting and management consulting to come speak to the most elite problem-solving minds about their experiences, career paths, and employment opportunities at their consulting firms. Starting in 2019, UWCA has begun consulting engagements with local businesses in Seattle.

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As the University of Washington’s singular and premier undergraduate finance club, the UWFA is dedicated to preparing students for excellence in finance. We tailor our organization towards our members and host events that will equip them for their careers. Our goal is to provide students with resources and opportunities in finance related fields, as well as provide a community where we can learn from each other. We focus on preparing students for careers in the fields of investment banking, asset management, consulting, and corporate finance. We do this through four primary functions: Foster Undergraduate Investment Group (FUIG), the Investment Banking Accelerator Program, general meetings, and speaker events. The former two are exclusive subgroups within the UWFA that members apply to internally; they focus on asset management and investment banking respectively. The latter two are open meetings available to any husky undergraduate, regardless of your area of study at UW.