The student culture at UCLA Anderson encourages both professional and personal development.
“The MBA experience challenged me; it pushed me to my limits, but at the same time, it helped me grow significantly. ”
— Jessica Kimball (’15)Watch Video
Head of Inclusion, Diversity, and Employee Engagement at Ancestry
Club Social and Networking Events
May – June
RMA Fashion Show
An annual charity fashion show held by the Retail Management Association (RMA).
Challenge for Charity (C4C)
UCLA Challenge for Charity (C4C) is the largest charitable organization at UCLA Anderson. Last year, UCLA C4C raised over $100,000 and volunteered over 5,000 hours for Special Olympics, Junior Achievement and Project Echo. UCLA Anderson is one of nine West Coast business schools competing for the coveted Golden Briefcase. The competition comprises fundraising, volunteering and the annual Sports Weekend held each April at Stanford University.
Founded in 1987, the Riordan Programs encompasses three pioneering career-based outreach programs housed at UCLA Anderson. The mission of Riordan Programs is to encourage individuals (high school age through post-baccalaureate) through guidance and mentorship to consider careers in business and to seek graduate-level educational opportunities. More than 100 UCLA Anderson students volunteer as mentors each year and participate at regular events on campus and in the community.
Net Impact's mission is to improve the world by growing and strengthening a network of leaders who are using the power of business to make a net positive social, environmental and economic impact. With more than 160 student and professional chapters on four continents in 75 cities and 80 graduate schools, Net Impact enables members to use business for social good in their graduate education, careers and communities. The UCLA Anderson Chapter of Net Impact is a group of over 150 management students who strive to put their business skills to use in a positive way, whether by incorporating environmental management practices into a large corporation, working for a small nonprofit or launching out into the world of social entrepreneurship.