Business Community Resources

Student Organization Projects

Community Service is an integral part of community life in the College of Business Administration and Graduate School of Management. The College’s location in the urban center of Milwaukee enables students and organizations to be creative in their efforts to make a difference. The following is a sampling of some of the student organization projects.

If your business or organization would like to participate with any of the student organizations to work on a community service project, click here for the directory.


Beta Alpha Psi

Beta Alpha Psi (BAP) has been recognized as a superior chapter for the past 21 consecutive years. It has also been recognized this year as a Gold Challenge winner. The chapter accumulated over 3200 hours volunteer service and professional activities . BAP Activities include: Als' Run (students and KPMG); Food for Families (Thanksgiving project); Bowl-a-Thon (Penfield's Children Center), PB & J (make PB &J sandwiches for local shelters).


Global Business Brigades

Global Business Brigades is a unique volunteer organization that looks to assist communities in developing nations. By providing micro-enterprise solutions, it is the hope of the organization to foster sustainable business practices while preserving cultural ideals.


Financial Management Association

Financial Management Association (FMA) students volunteer in Make a Difference Wisconsin. The students teach financial literacy courses to 11th graders in Milwaukee Public Schools.


Human Resources Student Organization, International Business Student Organization and Operations and Supply Chain Management Student Chapter are all active in Hunger Clean Up.

Information Technology Student Organization runs a Ronald McDonald House Cookout each spring.

Multicultural Business Organization runs a book fair for Sam’s Hope a literacy program for Milwaukee Public Schools.

Graduate School of Management

The School sponsors two annual blood drive via its Master’s of Business Administration Program, holiday drives for local food pantries and shelters, and are active members in the Jesuit MBA Care Week in the springtime.