CLE Student-Run Organizations

Information for registered, CLE student-run organizations

American Marketing Association (AMA) – Johns Hopkins Chapter

The JHU undergraduate chapter of the national American Marketing Association was established in December 2008.  AMA student members are connected to a network of 40,000 experienced marketers throughout the U.S. and 300 professional members of the local Baltimore chapter-including leading  marketing academics, researchers, and practitioners from every industry. Its mission is to provide members with valuable educational opportunities in the marketing field, to network with established businesses and professionals for internship and job leads, and to practice marketing skills through volunteer community involvement.

For information about chapter events, visit their website.



Enactus is a global organization dedicated to addressing social issues through social entrepreneurship. The 69,000 students involved worldwide have the opportunity to design, implement, and grow real, social issue-driven businesses to present at Enactus competitions. Enactus teams will first compete at a regional level for the opportunity to represent their country at the Enactus World Cup. At the global event, teams representing 37 countries come together to present their businesses for the chance to win recognition and funding from Enactus partner companies such as Ford. Close to $100,000 was awarded in 2017. In addition to competing, Enactus students collaborate and build lasting friendships with one another at events like the World Cup, Collaboration Summits, and Socials. JHU Enactus invites Hopkins students passionate about addressing social issues to become a part of our innovative and dedicated community of entrepreneurs.

For more information, please visit their website.



The JHUTAMID: Israel Business Group is a student run apolitical a religious organization that seeks to develop the professional skills of undergraduate students through hands-on interaction with the Israeli and American economies.

JHUTAMID provides undergraduate students with an education on the Israeli and American economies. Members of JHUTAMID will have the unique opportunity to consult for major Israeli tech firms and help run an investment fund that specializes in the Tel Aviv Stock Exchange. The Nationally Renowned Tamid Israel Investment Group headquartered in Washington D.C. has chapters on 24 campuses nationwide and has an international chapter in Israel. JHUTAMID is on track to become a part of this vital organization by fall 2015.

JHUTAMID also provides opportunities to work and intern with leading global companies in the technology, healthcare, and finance industries. You can gain amazing experience on a wide range of projects and activities. Take this opportunity to meet industry leaders and work alongside some of the most innovative companies in the world.

For more information, visit their page.


JHU Undergraduate Consulting Club

Our overall aim is to help the undergraduate student body at Johns Hopkins learn more about consulting as a career track. We plan to provide events and resources that will give students insight into the field of consulting and connect them with recruiters from firms. This will facilitate our members becoming competitive candidates for entry-level and internships positions within consulting firms.

To find out more, visit their website.


Marshal L. Salant Student Investment Team

The Marshal L. Salant Student Investment Team provides Hopkins undergraduate students from the Whiting School of Engineering and the Krieger School of Arts & Sciences the opportunity to make actual investment decisions while managing a portfolio. By participating in this investment program, students will receive a unique business experience that will enhance their career opportunities. A portion of any profits earned by the portfolio will be dedicated to providing scholarship support for undergraduate students in the Schools of Engineering and Arts & Sciences. The program is organized as an extracurricular activity and no credit is granted for participation. The Marshal L. Salant Student Investment Program is jointly sponsored by the Whiting School of Engineering, the Zanvyl Krieger School of Arts & Sciences, and the Office of Investment Management.

For more information, visit their page.


Students Consulting for Non-Profit Organizations (SCNO)

Students Consulting for Non-Profit Organizations (SCNO) is a national organization of undergraduate students committed to developing communities through pro bono consulting engagements with non-profit organizations. The Johns Hopkins Chapter carries out these engagements with a focus on sustainable business. It believes the future health and success of an organization is equally if not more important than addressing current issues.

For more information, please visit their website.


TCO Labs

TCO Labs, Inc. is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization focused on fostering entrepreneurship at the Johns Hopkins Homewood campus and getting students involved in Baltimore’s innovation ecosystem. TCO Labs hosts a variety of small and large events each year to build excitement and encourage participation in entrepreneurship. From bi-weekly Hatchery workshops to the annual Hatch Innovation Conference, there are events to suit every interest.

Visit their website to learn more.


Women in Business

Women in Business (WiB) was created to expand the network of JHU undergraduate women and their allies interested in business. We aim to provide career support and exploration by offering members access to a speaker series, networking events, mentorship programs and career advancement opportunities. Our club will build a network of students who have held internships and jobs at companies of interest and can leverage that relationship to benefit the club. WiB will provide excellent resources tailored towards propelling women in the many fields of business such as marketing, finance, consulting, and more.

Visit their website for more information.

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