Activities & Clubs

Student-led clubs and organizations add to the dynamic of campus life and give students the opportunity to become better informed about and involved in issues and possible career avenues. A number of clubs have a central focus on the link between business and environmental issues or incorporate environmental content into their offerings, which may include symposia, speaker series, career panels and treks, skill development workshops, and social and networking events.

 

Energy & Environment Club

Provides education on the connections among business, energy, and the environment, and offers access to events, internships, and career opportunities. A liaison between HBS students and the energy industry, it also hosts and annual Energy Symposium. The club addresses a wide range of topics, including conventional energy, clean energy, sustainability, and environmental conservation. View the Energy & Environment Club calendar for upcoming events.

Social Enterprise Club

Inspires and supports students to create social value through personal and professional pursuits in nonprofit, public, and for-profit organizations. It is one of the school’s largest Student Clubs with approximately 400 members. The SEC forms a community of like-minded students that believe in using business solutions to solve the world’s pressing problems.

Other student-led clubs may also incorporate environmental content; for example, in 2008, the Real Estate Club featured a green building panel as part of its annual real estate symposium .

Student Sustainability Associate Program

The Student Sustainability Associate (SSA) Program is a peer-to-peer educational program that employs seven HBS students who promote sustainable living among their peers. The program focuses on energy and water conservation and recycling and waste reduction. Through activities, campaigns, and information sharing, the Sustainability Associates encourage fellow students to take greater responsibility for their own role in driving University-related environmental impacts. Sustainability Associates also suggest infrastructure and policy improvements that may remove barriers to student conservation. Currently in its seventh year, the program is managed and supported by HBS Operations. For more information, please see the SSA Website.