One network. Many ways to engage.
There are many ways to engage with Berkeley Haas affinity and industry communities: through the work of our Centers and Institutes, Lifelong Learning initiatives, conferences, Annual Signature Events, Chapters and more! Connect with your interest below:
The Haas Healthcare Association (HHA) is a student-run organization that brings together UC Berkeley students of all backgrounds with a shared mission to build a more connected and impactful healthcare ecosystem.
UC Berkeley Healthcare Alumni
The Haas Consultants Network’s mission is to provide members with the resources, training, and connections to Haas staff, alumni, and current students with experience in consulting that will help members explore the consulting space and assist them with finding a job in the consulting industry.
Berkeley Haas Consultants Network
The Berkeley Digital Media & Entertainment Club (DMEC) is a student-led collective of Business, Law, Engineering and other graduate students interested in understanding, exploring and anticipating business opportunities found at the nexus of technology, media and entertainment.
Berkeley DMEC Alumni
Alumni Lead: Max Wesman
The Haas School of Business has an unequivocal commitment to supporting diversity, equity, and inclusion as defined by the University of California Office of the President and UC Berkeley’s Office of Equity & Inclusion. We believe that diversity includes supporting and respecting the personal experiences, values, and worldviews that arise from differences of culture and circumstance. These differences include race, ethnicity, gender, age, religion, language, abilities/disabilities, sexual orientation, gender identity, political diversity, socioeconomic status, and geographic region, and more.
Haas Centers & Institutes:
Center for Equity, Gender, and Leadership (EGAL) https://haas.berkeley.edu/equity/ At the heart of one of the most diverse business schools in the country, EGAL educates equity-fluent leaders to ignite and accelerate change.
Black Business Students Association (BBSA)
The BBSA is a mission-driven affinity group committed to promoting community and professional success among Haas students and alumni of African or other ethnic descent. Our events include networking activities that support diversity initiatives within the university and the Bay Area as well notable national events such as the National Black MBA Conference. We also host educational and cultural events that engage the Haas community in celebrating our diverse interests, perspectives and contributions to business.
Berkeley Haas: BBSA
Berkeley Haas Chinese Business Association
Berkeley Haas Jewish Business Club
This group is meant to help members of JBC connect and keep in touch during and after graduation. The group is open to all Jewish MBA students, alums, faculty and staff.
Berkeley-Haas Jewish Business Club
Alumni Lead Email: Gilad Bonjack
Berkeley Haas Network of Women (NOW)
Haas School of Business alumni, students and staff have created the “Berkeley-Haas Network of Women” as a forum for the support, promotion and advancement of women and women’s issues. The group provides a platform for continuous and active networking, as well as a channel for delivering relevant and timely dialogue on business and economic issues. Haas women leaders can further use this forum to discuss ways to set trends, influence, innovate, strategize and leverage women’s participation in the global business world.
Berkeley Haas – Network of Women
Consortium Haas Alumni
A group for Haas students and alumni who were part of The Consortium for Graduate Study in Management program, whose mission is to promote diversity and inclusion in American business schools and corporations. The Consortium awards merit-based, full-tuition fellowships to America’s best and brightest diverse candidates.
Berkeley Haas: Consortium Alumni
Diversity at Haas
A place for current, prospective, and alumni students of the Haas School of Business, U.C. Berkeley, to share ideas, job postings, events, and more.
Diversity at Berkeley Haas
Haas European Business Club
Subgroup for Europhiles of the Haas/Berkeley MBA.
Haas European Business Club
LAHBA (Latin American and Hispanic Business Association)
The LAHBA is much more than a social club; we organize and sponsor a variety of activities to heighten the cultural, economic, and political awareness of our region and our culture. As members of the Association, we act as ambassadors of our countries as well as the Latin American and Hispanic communities. We organize activities to allow our members to come in close contact with companies in the region and to teach our fellow students about our culture and traditions.
LAHBA at Berkeley Haas
SAMBAA (South Asian MBA Association)
UC Berkeley Latinx Business Student Association
The Latinx Business Association (LBSA) is a non-profit organization at the University of California, Berkeley dedicated to its members’ advancement in the pursuit of their professional development and self-improvement. LBSA was officially established in 1998, when only three Latino students were admitted into UC Berkeley’s Walter A. Haas School of Business. These three unique individuals, Ulysses Romero, Eddie Martin, and Jorge Rodriguez, witnessed the low representation of Latinos in both academia and the corporate workforce. They realized the great necessity for an organization that could serve as resources for undergraduate Latino students seeking to achieve academic success and business aspirations. Following this epiphany, an idea rose and LBSA was founded. As a result, the founders and the first generation of LBSA members excelled in their courses and succeeded in incorporating themselves in the corporate World.
UC Berkeley LBSA Network
Haas Centers and Institutes:
The Energy Institute brings together research and curricular programs on energy business, policy, and technology commercialization. The goal of the Energy Institute is to bridge the gap between the frontiers of economic and scientific energy research and the marketplace. Be sure to check out their blog!
BERC, the Berkeley Energy & Resources Collaborative, connects, educates and motivates students, alumni, faculty and industry professionals to address the world’s energy and resource challenges.
Berkeley Energy Resources Collaborative
Berkeley Energy Resources Collaborative (BERC) Annual Events: http://berc.berkeley.edu/flagship-events/
Cleantech to Market Annual Symposium
The Berkeley Haas Entrepreneurship Program (BHEP) integrates entrepreneurial thinking into the Haas student experience, and assists Haas and UC Berkeley students in launching new ventures. Access Berkeley Haas entrepreneurship resources and services designed to help you flourish – whether you’re looking to develop ideas, grow your start-up, or support budding entrepreneurs.
Berkeley Entrepreneurs Association
The Berkeley Angel Network is a group of angel investors who are alumni, faculty and former faculty of UC Berkeley. The mission of the Berkeley Angel Network is to build an angel investor community among the alumni and faculty of UC Berkeley, and to improve the collective skills and knowledge of this angel investor community through activities related to angel investing.
Berkeley Angel Network
Alumni lead email: George Willman
Run by alumni and supported by current students, the mission of Berkeley Private Equity Network (BPEN) is to facilitate and foster the networking of Berkeley alumni working in the Private Equity industry (including Limited Partners). Ultimately we envision the BPEN will become a collaborative network for exchanging ideas, sharing best practices, and developing lasting friendships.
Berkeley Private Equity Network (BPEN)
Alumni Leads: Tom Beerle and Tim Heston
Cal Founders is a forum for experienced alumni to have confidential and informative discussions about pressing business issues in a risk-free setting. The group is open to UC Berkeley Alumni who are actively pursuing a new venture, or are a founder/co-founder at an early stages company.
Finance at Berkeley Haas
All Haas students and alumni who are currently working in or have an interest in the Food & Beverage industries, also including Wine, Spirits, Restaurants, food retailers/e-tailers (Safeway, Williams-Sonoma), and specialty products (Back to the Roots mushroom kits).
Food & Beverage Industry Professionals at Berkeley Haas
International Business Development
A gathering of people interested in sharing experiences, insights, and ideas about international business and development.
Berkeley Haas IBD Program
Berkeley Haas alumni, faculty, and students with prior marketing experience, or a desire to enter the field.
Marketing at Berkeley Haas
Berkeley Haas Product Management
Provide a network for students to seek mentors in product management roles, Platform where alums can post unpaid projects—which could enhance student resumes for the transition, Discussion topics, Encourage dialog for knowledge sharing in product management
Product Management at Berkeley Haas
Berkeley Real Estate Alumni Association (BREAA) is the official real estate alumni association of the University of California, Berkeley. We are committed to developing a diverse community of professionals that provides graduates and students with opportunities to serve, learn, connect, and innovate in the built environment.
BREAA (Berkeley Real Estate Alumni Association) – Berkeley Haas
Berkeley Haas Supply Chain Management
This group is for Haas students and alumni currently working or aspiring to work in the area of supply chain and operations management (SCM). Professionals working in product design, Forecasting, Distribution, Transportation and Logistics, Production, SCM planning etc. are encouraged to join. This group intends to develop an alliance of cutting-edge research, expertise, and corporate outreach initiatives to develop and disrupt supply chain and logistics excellence. Activities of the group will involve, but are not limited to, sharing job opportunities, research, networking, and events for professionals in this space.
Supply Chain Management at Berkeley Haas
For Haas students and alumni interested in tech, HTC promises the best support in preparing its members for a career in tech. We provide members with a place to explore their interests and help them obtain relevant knowledge and skills because of the best resources and largest network in the Bay Area.
Berkeley Haas Technology Club