Tuck Technology Club
The Technology Club helps Tuck students learn about the roles that MBAs play at technology companies and gain exposure to different high-tech industries.
The club achieves these goals through a variety of activities and programming including:
- Technology Club Networking: particularly valuable to first-year students, at the club's intial meetings first-year students will learn about the internships that the club's co-chairs and members worked the previous summer
- Visiting Executives and Speakers: the Technology Club works with the Center for Digital Strategies and other campus groups to promote guest speakers with technology backgrounds who are coming to campus
- Case Competitions: the club works with tech companies to promote case competitions with other top MBA programs. Previous companies to work with the club include Microsoft and Google.
- Technology Treks to the West Coast and Boston: the club puts together an annual trek during spring break to the west coast, including the Bay Area and Seattle, visiting some of the top technology companies in the country. Previous companies visited include: Google, Intel, EA, Yahoo, eBay, Amazon, Microsoft, T-Mobile and Apple. Club members also visit Tech start-ups in Boston and NY