Groups at Notre Dame
Below is a list of some of the current clubs at Notre Dame that give students the opportunity to learn more about finance related topics:
Beta Alpha Psi
The purpose of this fraternity shall be to encourage and to recognize scholastic and professional excellence in the field of accounting. Further, the fraternity is dedicated to the advancement of the Notre Dame Accounting curriculum on a collegial and professional level.
The objectives of this club are to stimulate discussion and interest in current issues in economics; to offer members opportunities to extend classroom learning to include activities related to economics; to promote fellowship among economics students and encourage student-faculty interaction; to open opportunities for non-economics students to investigate economics as a field of study.
International Market Watch (IMW)
The purpose of IMW is to foster discussion of the international markets through the coordination of educational debates. Students analyze the job market, trade policy, government budgets, credit ratings, monetary policy, exchange rates, GDP, and demographics to make educated conclusions about the future of different countries.
Email IMW directly at email@example.com.
Investment Club of Notre Dame du Lac
The Investment Club manages a long-only, value oriented $500,000 equity portfolio with a focus on small and mid-cap securities. Members work closely with the equity research department of R.W. Baird throughout the semester, across six industry verticals (Retail, Real Estate, Biotech, Medical Technology, Transportation and Machinery). The club seeks to educate its members on best practices in portfolio management and security analysis.
Contact the club directly at firstname.lastname@example.org.
MoneyThink is a national non-profit organization that aims to promote financial literacy by placing college mentors in local urban high schools.
Contact MoneyThinkND at email@example.com.
Smart Women Securities at Notre Dame (SWSND)
Smart Women Securities at ND seeks to provide undergrad women with the tools they need to become financially independent and knowledgeable about their investments. In addition to interaction with professionals working first-hand in the field, SWSND prepares members with a business foundation inspiring confidence to participate in the financial world.
Student International Business Council (SIBC) - Finance Division
SIBC's mission is to empower students through the ethical advancement of international commerce by developing leadership, entrepreneurial ability, and global interaction. In particular, the finance division of SIBC gives members the finance case study experience through various quantitative and qualitative projects with companies such as Credit Suisse and Morgan Stanley.
Undergraduate Women in Business (UGWIB)
Undergraduate Women in Business is committed to the development of women's roles as students of business and as leaders in business related fields. UGWIB is designed to build a stronger sense of community among undergraduate women who aspire to business-related professions through events that highlight the many opportunities that are available to them.
Email UGWIB directly at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The purpose of Unleashed is to unite driven university students with skills in business and economics to employ the strategy of impact investing in order to create a positive social impact in a universal field.
Contact Unleashed directly at email@example.com.
Wall Street Club
The Wall Street Club strives to increase Notre Dame's presence and reputation on Wall Street through education, preparation, and networking. Wall Street Club offers students many resources including weekly interview preparation workshops, a speaker series, and a senior mentor program.