- Members enjoy resources such as the Wall Street Journal and CFA preparation materials free of charge.
- Yearly plant trips take students to visit mutual funds, the Federal Reserve, investment companies, and the exchange market in Chicago and Minneapolis.
- Career development opportunities for first and second year students.
- Funding is available for one member to attend the Berkshire Hathaway meeting each year and meet great investors like Warren Buffet and Charlie Munger.
Applied Portfolio Management Program Description
The Finance Club at Michigan Tech promotes interest and knowledge in the field of Finance. The objectives of the Club are to increase interest in finance among Michigan Tech business students by relating the experiences of students, professors and alumni; to provide business students a comprehensive understanding of the finance industry, including its related jobs and certificates; to guide business students in pursuit of careers. Students are encouraged to ask questions about course selections. Every member is provided with opportunities to enhance their interpersonal and leadership skills.
To achieve these goals, we receive support from the undergraduate student government (USG) and the School of Business and Economics to provide members with great resources such as free access to Wall Street Journal, Economists.