The resources of the Easton Center have been only available to MBA students at Anderson. As the programs we offer become mature, we are extending these opportunities to the UCLA undergraduate population through partnerships. Ultimately, our goal is to build and sustain long-lasting relationships with the student organizations on campus through partnerships to the Easton Center and to make our opportunities for learning and networking available to future technology leaders.

Academic Partnerships

Easton partners with centers within Anderson, other schools and centers on campus as well as other universities to bring various new offerings as well as opportunities for networking. Easton partners with the Consumer Technology Association to bring the CES at Anderson and with the Center for MEMES to present the Big Data Conference. Easton has also partnered with AnderTech, EMA, Impact@Anderson, and UCLA Extension on panel events.

Industry Partnerships

Easton's industry partnerships cover startups and larger companies. Mucker Labs and LACI along with some smaller startups have provided academic internships to Easton students. Easton has also partnered with T.i.E, IS Associates, POMS, and DEW on panels, conferences, and networking events.


The Anderson Tech Business Association is the gateway to the tech industry for MBA candidates at the UCLA Anderson School of Management MBA students. AnderTech enables students to launch or advance their careers in the tech industry or in other industries that utilize tech by providing educational programming, networking opportunities and career development. We touch upon product marketing, product management, entrepreneurship, strategic planning, consulting, operations, human capital and business development, just to name a few. Some of our club's high-profile events include Tech Treks, Career Night, workshops, conferences and case competitions.

UCLA Association for Computing Machinery

ACM is the largest computer science student organization at UCLA. We welcome students of all different backgrounds and skill levels to join our community and share in our passion for CS! From infosessions to workshops to hackathons and competitions, our events cover a variety of topics including artificial intelligence, virtual reality, security, beginner workshops, diversity initiatives, community outreach, and more. At UCLA ACM, we aim to develop students' technical and professional skills while cultivating an inclusive and supportive community for all those interested in computer science.

Bruin Ventures

Bruin Ventures is UCLA's premier student organization promoting entrepreneurial thinking and startup culture among students interested in both startup and corporate careers. Our professional resources, dedicated mentorship program, and rigorous training curriculum prepare talented students of all academic backgrounds for highly competitive career opportunities in corporate, tech, and entrepreneurship communities. Our dialogues on the startup scene bring together unique perspectives from the greatest academic and professional diversity of any business club on campus.

UCLA Undergraduate Business Society

UBS is the largest student organization at UCLA with an annual membership of more than 5,000 undergraduates. For over 30 years, UBS has offered a variety of events to help UCLA students develop the necessary networks and skills to break into some of the most competitive industries in business, such as investment banking, management consulting, and finance. The society's mission is to build a personal and professional network that begins at UCLA and continues after graduation, and to support the organization's members in navigating through the various professional recruitment processes.