Student Organizations

Participate in the Carey community by joining a student organization.

The Student Ventures team within the Office of Experiential Learning manages 19 active student organizations at Carey.

These organizations are grouped into three mission-focused communities to enhance collaboration, streamline programming, and maximize resources:

Industry and professional organizations

  • Central Finance Organization
  • Health Care Business Association
  • Information Systems Organization
  • Johns Hopkins Graduate Consulting Club
  • Marketing Association
  • Private Equity and Fintech Organization
  • Real Estate and Investment Association
  • Risk Management Association

Identity/cultural organizations

  • African Business Club
  • Black, Hispanic, Indian, Asian Association (BHIAA)
  • Chinese Student Scholars Association
  • FlexConnect
  • Out for Business
  • Pan-Asian Career Association
  • Partners with Carey
  • Veteran Student Network
  • Women in Business

Innovation and impact network

  • Design for America
  • Innovation Factory
  • Net Impact
  • Volunteer Corps
  • Out for Business
  • Pan-Asian Career Association
  • Partners with Carey
  • Veteran Student Network
  • Women in Business

Join the national society of leadership and success

The National Society of Leadership and Success is the nation’s largest leadership honor society. With over 600 chapters, the society has over 873,000 members nationwide. Students are invited to participate in the program as a member of the Carey Business School chapter. The program consists of an orientation, leadership training day, networking, team meetings, and speaker broadcast discussions. It provides students an opportunity to network with classmates across programs, and gives students opportunities to better understand and hone their leadership skills and style. The program occurs on the Washington, D.C., campus in the fall and on the Baltimore campus in the spring.

TEDxJHUDC student leadership team

TEDxJHUDC is an annual student organized event set to accomplish three goals:

  • To give a platform and a voice to the Johns Hopkins community (students, faculty, staff, and alumni)
  • To share innovative ideas through a respected and proved platform such as TEDx,
  • And to show the world the knowledge and ideas the Johns Hopkins community has to offer.

The event also serves to unite the three Johns Hopkins schools (AAP, Carey, and SAIS) in Washington, D.C., and encourages the exchange of ideas. Join the cross-campus planning team to set the conference themes, recruit speakers, and lead the annual event.

Join student organizations and view upcoming events through B-Involved—Student Ventures’ online platform for student engagement—by visiting jhucarey.campuslabs.com/engage. You can also download B-Involved’s free app, Corq, and enter “Carey Business School” to access the platform from your smart device.

Why join

  • Gain and share knowledge and develop skills in specific content areas related to personal and professional values, identities, and interests
  • Build and expand professional networks
  • Create a culture of inclusion by celebrating, educating, and advocating for our diverse student cultures and identities.
  • Support a strong social and collegial peer network among students, faculty, staff and alumni