The USC Asian American Business Association (AABA) is an active student organization that emphasizes professionalism and cultural awareness on campus. As a Marshall organization, AABA has a strong twenty-year history of providing students a number of services—job prospects, career workshops, corporate events, mentorship, and socials. The organization has grown in its commitment to offer its members the best opportunities in order to meet the expectations of a very competitive business world.
Student-run creative workspace. Commonly known as CoCa, we are Viterbi's first and only art and engineering organization. Each semester our members create project teams that design creative and interactive installations that combine principles of art, technology, and science. We invite students of all majors and years to join.
USC's social impact design studio. We develop and implement products and services to create social impact in the city of Los Angeles through human centered design. Studio members grow in project teams and learn the design thinking process.
The EVMA is a graduate student organization that provides MBA candidates and others with opportunities to learn more about entrepreneurial opportunities and careers across a variety of industries and fields. The student-led group schedules numerous talks, roundtables, and other events throughout the year – facilitating active discourse between successful entrepreneurs, venture capitalists, business angels, students, and other LA-area professionals in or associated with the venture management community.
USC's product incubator and startup community. We provide a comprehensive curriculum that guides designers, developers, and product people through the processes of ideation, prototyping, engineering, and user acquisition. Weekly workshops with industry professionals paired with a fulfilling community.
Los Angeles Community Impact (LACI) is a pro-bono student consulting organization at the University of Southern California that strengthens non-profit organizations and small businesses in the Los Angeles area by addressing their business-related challenges.
USC's electronic tinkerers and creators. Got a knack for electronics? We'll help you with getting your ideas off the ground. From wearables to logic circuits, we provide members with the knowledge, materials and connections to make something awesome.
As the premier women's undergraduate professional development organization at USC, the Marshall Women's Leadership Board provides an opportunity for undergraduate women to network with professionals, faculty, administration, and students at Marshall. MWLB serves as both a professional and social organization for the top female students at USC.
The purpose of this organization is to support the academic, professional, and social lives of USC Marshall’s Master of Science in Entrepreneurship and Innovation (MSEI) student body. We aim to create programs and activities for all MSEI students and advocate on MSEI’s behalf.
USC MOVE (Marshall Outreach and Volunteer Entrepreneurs)
Marshall Outreach and Volunteer Entrepreneurs (MOVE) is a volunteer organization within the Marshall School of Business. The focus is to connect business students with service in our surrounding community, a goal that is increasingly and especially important in the growingly complex and ethically conscious world. MOVE provides students opportunities to develop relationships with their peers and USC family while actively engaging in volunteer work throughout the community.
Our mission is to inspire a culture of innovation, expose students to hands-on experiences, support current innovators with mentorship, and connect like-minded individuals within the community. Spark SC holds the annual 1000 Pitches competition, mentors entrepreneurial high school students, hosts the Start Up Career Fair and USC Hackers.
Organizes events for startups. We believe that college is the best time to turn ideas into reality, and that fellow Trojans are the best people to do it with. Through our multi-disciplinary events we aim to bring together the brightest and most entrepreneurial students at USC in order to foster deep collaboration and innovation on campus.
USC 3D4E (3D for Everyone)
USC's 3D printing and design club. Our mission is to provide an atmosphere for shared learinging experiences through hands-on applications of 3D printing. Members will be part of a community of driven and creative individuals who are working to explore the boundaries of this innovative technology.
The mission of the Trojan Consulting Group is to utilize our education to assist local businesses through pro-bono consulting, providing an unparalleled learning experience for our members, and to commit ourselves to the pursuit of academic and professional growth.
Student-run VC group. We believe in a hypothesis - with the combination of the incredible talent at USC and the existence of an early stage fund ready to support them, Southern California will not only produce more start-ups, but stronger ones as well, using USC as that springboard. Fight On!