Haas students are encouraged to take on projects and work experiences that expand upon and supplement their skill set and understanding of their desired industries. Here are a number of ways to engage our students individually, in teams, and Berkeley-Haas as a whole on your business opportunities and challenges.
Paid Projects: Post your project to the MBA student and alumni job board. This is an active job board, where students and alumni can find opportunities that match their preferences.
Unpaid Projects: If you are an organization or company that has a business project that could serve as a learning opportunity for our students, post to the Student Projects website. This website is open to all Haas students (MBA, Masters in Financial Engineering, and undergraduate).
Consulting Projects: Enlist the Berkeley Solutions Group for local business consulting projects. This is an MBA student-ran organization sponsored by the Lester Center of Entrepreneurship servicing established, start-up, public, private, and non-profit organizations in various industries with a presence in the Bay Area.
Experiential Academic Projects: For companies and organizations that want to engage the Haas School at a classroom-level, Haas@Work offers a 15 week advanced course for MBA students built around companies’ specific opportunities or challenges. Your significant and pressing business challenge could be our next Haas@Work engagement.
Entrepreneurship @Cal: To share your opportunity with students across campus with an expressed interest in entrepreneurship and start-ups, contact the Lester Center. They can help you share information with the Entrepreneurs Association of UC Berkeley through weekly alerts.