Student Organizations

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Get involved with a student organization

Put your leadership and teamwork skills to the test and build community along the way.

At Carey Business School, the classroom is just the beginning.  Lead student organizations, attend and host conferences, and network with your classmates and other students across Johns Hopkins. Take advantage of all of Johns Hopkins’ opportunities to develop new skills, explore new industries, and build a network of colleagues who become friends for life.

Whether it’s a national conference, speaker series, networking with industry experts, or social events, student organizations create programming around the hottest topics in business. And with a variety of industry, professional, cultural, and innovation-driven groups, you’ll find your spot. But if not, there’s always room to start your own. When you capitalize on the collective experience of your classmates, it’s not a question of if, but when

Student organizations are open to everyone and are designed to engage all online, on-campus, part-time, or full-time students.

For more information about Student Organizations at Carey, please email

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Student-Led Conferences

As a member of a student organization, you have the opportunity to participate in, plan, and lead conferences addressing today’s most pressing business issues. Bring together students, faculty, community members, and thought leaders to tackle complex business challenges from multiple angles. Build a network, practice presenting, and so much more when you participate, plan, or lead a conference at Carey Business School. Annual conferences include:

  • Africa Business Conference
  • Healthcare Business Association Conference
  • Net Impact Conference
  • SEAM – Design thinking conference

Interested in other ways to gain the skills employers demand?