Student Clubs & Organizations

Carnegie Mellon graduate and undergraduate entrepreneurship clubs host events, speakers, competitions and gatherings, creating partnerships with national and international industry experts, venture capitalists and business leaders. The following is a partial list of entrepreneurship student clubs available to graduate and undergraduate students.


Graduate Student Clubs

SCS Entrepreneurship Club
The SCS Entrepreneurship Club is a Carnegie Mellon School of Computer Science (SCS) graduate student club that brings technology entrepreneurs and SCS graduate students together.

Entrepreneurship and Venture Capital Club
The Entrepreneurship and Venture Capital Club is a student-run organization dedicated to building an environment at Carnegie Mellon University that creates and cultivates new business ventures. 

Biopharma Business Club
The Biopharma Business Club promotes involvement and leadership in biotechnology, pharmaceutical and medical-device companies.

Business and Technology Club
The Business and Technology Club is focused on exposing members to career opportunities available in technology. 

Energy Club
The Energy Club is a student-run professional organization dedicated to developing and broadening the Tepper School community's interest in the energy industry.


Undergraduate Entrepreneurship Student Clubs

ENACTUS
Enactus stands for Entrepreneurs in Action for the greater good. This organization focuses on empowering local and international communities by applying business knowledge and strategies.

Undergraduate Entrepreneurship Association
The Undergraduate Entrepreneurship Association (UEA) is dedicated to promoting the entrepreneurial spirit at Carnegie Mellon through competitions, business development and networking with community entrepreneurs.

ScottyLabs
ScottyLabs is a student-run group on Carnegie Mellon’s Pittsburgh campus. They strive to use their technical expertise to promote innovation in practical ways. For example, ScottyLabs is developing APIs for educational data at Carnegie Mellon, so that students can easily build applications using that data.