Action-based Learning Experiences
- Global Applied Projects: The GAP Program is a new opportunity for MBA students to gain international experience by working on a business challenge with one of Fisher's corporate partners. GAP combines a Spring Semester Session 2 international strategy course and a May term global project with a major client designed to differentiate your work experience.
- Fisher Professional Services: FPS is the fee-based consultancy managed and staffed by students within Fisher College of Business. FPS delivers solutions to global, national, and local clients focused on lines of business that bridge Fisher and Ohio State's academic departments and functional areas.
- Volunteer Income Tax Assitance Program (VITA): In the fall, MAcc students assist in the preparation of tax returns for low-income families in the Columbus community. Volunteers have donated over 1,000 hours to completing tax returns for this population
- Center for Entrepreneurship Business Plan Competition
- Fisher MBA Invitational
- MHRM Case Competition
- Fisher Board Fellows
- Washington Campus: One-week public policy course in Washington, DC
- Graduate Student Organizations
- Human Resources Association of Central Ohio (HRACO) Mentor Program: The Master of Humar Resource Management Council partners with the Human Resources Association of Central Ohio (HRACO) Mentoring Program: MHRM students are given the opportunity to participate in a mentoring program with HRACO (Human Resource Association of Central Ohio). The mentors assist the students in becoming familiar with the human resources profession, its many roles, and the purpose it serves in the corporate world.
- Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals (CSCMP): Membership in CSCMP connects MBLE students with a global network of supply chain professionals. Whether you are looking to network with other professionals, information on global supply chain trends for a business proposal, or up to date research on supply chain topics, CSCMP is the premier source for the educational and professional needs of the supply chain industry. Fisher's Global Supply Chain Forum.
- Applied Finance Seminars: Approximately once per month, SMF students will have the opportunity to hear from financial professionals who will share their knowledge and expertise in practicing finance across a wide range of industries.Throughout the series, SMF students will not only learn strategies for addressing challenging issues in their field, but they will also be provided with valuable networking opportunities. This seminar series is named after the late Dr. Eric G. Wruck, a senior lecturer at Fisher College of Business.
Registering for Graduate Opportunities: The "Hub"
You may view and sign-up for numerous events and activities on the Graduate Leadership & Professional Development "Hub". The Hub is a web-based RSVP system designed to show you and reserve your attendance for events and activities outside academic studies hosted by various Fisher programs, departments/offices, centers for research, and student organizations. More information about Hub usage and attendance policies can be found in the Hub Student User Guide.
Questions? Contact the Fisher Hub Administrator in the Graduate Programs Office, Molly Hood.