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Student Clubs and Engagement

The Consulting group

The Consulting Group is an organization for students who are interested in gaining real-world consulting experience while in college.


Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) is the world’s largest HR professional society and provides management students the practice of human resource management. 

Management Society

The Management Society develops the leaders of the future through examples of real-world management not found in a textbook or taught in a classroom lecture. 

The Pamplin Leadership Development Team is a group of motivated Virginia Tech students promoting life-long learning and leadership development.

Delta Sigma Pi is a professional business fraternity organized to accelerate business students to become the best they can be in a professional setting. 


The Entrepreneur Club (also known as E-Club) is a student-run club for students who are interested in starting their own businesses. 


Innovate is an interdisciplinary residential community for students who want to learn about entrepreneurship and potentially become entrepreneurs themselves. 


Pi Sigma Epsilon (PSE) is a national and professional business organization for men and women focused on Sales, Marketing and Management careers and professional development. 


Collegiate Women in Business (CWIB) is a student organization that seeks to empower, prepare, and connect our members. We partner with diverse companies to help provide professional development opportunities for our students. In addition, our organization hosts social events to grow our members' networks and bond with women who share common interests. We have an extensive CWIB alumni network and mentorship program for everyone to participate in. Every year we plan treks to various cities to meet with business professionals and explore the area. Any majors and/or years are welcome! Faculty Advisor: Nadia Rogers and Michelle Seref

In addition, there are multiple MGT courses that provide semester long projects that match students with leading organizations to apply classroom knowledge and engage in experiential learning in real-world settings.