Student Activities

In addition to numerous curriculum-related events and activities, Massey students have the opportunity to participate in a variety of in-house student organizations such as the Massey Graduate Council, Massey Golf Network, Massey Milers Club (running), Beta Alpha Psi (national accounting honorary), Beta Gamma Sigma (national business honorary), and a host of volunteer service opportunities (e.g., Habitat for Humanity, Ronald McDonald House, Big Brothers/Big Sisters, Martha O'Bryan Center, etc.).

Career Fairs and Networking

Career Fairs and Networking opportunities are abundant on and off Belmont's campus!

The Career Development Center hosts periodic seminars to provide Massey students with the career knowledge needed to gain workplace advantages. Throughout the year, career fairs are sponsored by Belmont and the Massey School, bringing significant employers from all industries to you! Locations include on-campus at the new Curb Event Center and Belmont's Massey Business Center; off-campus at facilities, such as the Tennessee State Fairgrounds and Nashville Convention Center. Networking events, such as "Third Thursday" are hosted by Belmont's Career Development Center. Our alumni and current student associations also partner to organize networking events. 

Finance Club

The Finance Club interacts with the Nashville business community by inviting finance professionals to speak to students and alumni of The Massey School. Past speakers have given presentations to The Finance Club on Venture Funding, the IPO Process and Investment Options. Panel discussions are also held to discuss financial job opportunities in the Nashville area.

The Massey Graduate Council

The Massey Graduate Council (MGC) is a student-run organization within The Jack C. Massey Graduate School of Business. The MGC is committed to providing:

    *  Feedback to the school to further enhance the students' experiences
    *  Opportunities for students to develop leadership skills
    *  Informational seminars on building business relationships
    *  Resources to enhance networking skills and opportunities

2014/2015 Massey Graduate Council 

2014_2015 Graduate Council
(left to right)  Joe Alexander (Faculty Advisor); Stacy Cooreman (HCMBA Rep.); Meghna Raj (AMBA Rep.);
Brett Dabdoub (PMBA Rep.); Andrew Yocius (MACC Rep.); Joe Havelda (VP); Rachel Layton (President);
Collin Powell (Technology Chair); Tyler Graham (Social Chair); Gray Phinney, IV (Secretary); Caleb Hartwell (Alumni Chair)
 

The National Association of Women MBAs (NAWMBA) - Massey Chapter

The National Association of Women MBAs (NAWMBA) is a not-for-profit organization dedicated to empowering female business professionals to propel more women into leadership positions in corporate America and to enhance the diversity of the nation's workforce. The Massey School's chapter of NAWMBA was launched in 2010, and all female MBA students, including those pursuing a Master of Accountancy (MACC), are eligible to join the Massey chapter at no additional cost to the student.  Membership to the national chapter is $20 and renewable annually.  Benefits for members include newsletters and access to an exclusive online career center. Networking events are also scheduled throughout the year. 

   

Women MBA Recipients

Carrie Cox and Elise Stacey (2013) were recipients of the Susan G. Williams Award for outstanding leadership and contributions to the student chapter of NAWMBA.  (pictured left to right - Lori LeBleu, Chapter Advisor, Carrie Cox, Elise Stacey, and Dr. Susan G. Williams)