Technology is expanding faster than ever. In today’s increasingly tech-oriented world, keeping up to date with the latest innovations and technologies in the industry is a necessity for a business’s success. Our organization caters to this need by providing clients with the latest technological solutions. Our talented team of consultants based in the University of Michigan provides a wide range of pro-bono services in full-stack development ranging from web development to machine learning solutions.
A student-run organization dedicated to analysis of information regarding new technologies, policies, and updates as well as professional development in the automotive industry.
Automotive Future writes articles about development in the automotive industry from a student’s perspective, hosts industry interviews with speakers across various industries, and encourages professional development by connecting students across the country to engage with the automotive industry.
The Alternate Reality Initiative (ARI) is a student organization at the University of Michigan centered around virtual, augmented, and mixed reality technology. After seeing a lack of a centralized community, we created ARI to provide a hub and community for students interested in XR technology.
Alternative Spring Break-Chicago (ASB-C) is a collaborative effort between the College of Engineering and student leaders that is designed to generate excitement about college and the field of engineering. ASB-C works directly with public and charter high schools, as well as community-based programs that encourage a college-going culture among the city’s youth. The annual trip to Chicago incorporates hands-on engineering design projects to captivate interest and exemplify engineering. ASB-C also encourages Chicago students to pursue college education through student panels on college life, preparation, and tips of success.
Bio-Tech, Entrepreneurship, and Coding Organization (“BECO”) is a student organization at the University of Michigan structured to imitate a start-up environment and focused on offering unique opportunities. As a BECO member, you will learn the nuances of the two growing, dominating, crucial, and intertwined fields of bio-tech and coding with the mindset of a strategic, technical, and business-oriented entrepreneur.
The Audio Engineering Society at the University of Michigan hots a wide variety of events every semester dealing with all things audio. From hosting recording and mixing sessions with guest engineers to organizing circuit bending and cable building workshops, our events try to encompass a bit of everything. All skill levels and backgrounds are welcome to participate in events.
Our mission is to prepare students to excel in the Blockchain space by providing professional development opportunities alongside industry partners, building educational resources with multidisciplinary facets, and aiding students in meaningful research and project development in DeFi (Decentralized Finance).
Blueprint Literary Magazine is a student-produced literary magazine based in the University of Michigan’s North Campus. It was founded in 2010 when a group of like-minded students from across the College of Engineering recognized the need for a medium through which students and faculty of the College could showcase their creativity in non-engineering subjects. Blueprint has since expanded on this founding principle to accept submissions from all members of the university community who are interested in supporting our mission of artistic diversity and creative expression, including students, faculty, and staff.
The mission of Climate Blue is to unite, educate, and empower our members as well as U-M students and Michigan citizens by making them more knowledgeable about climate change, science, policy (both domestic and international), and its impacts on our community. We are uniquely times to the Conference of the Parties as we send the official University of Michigan delegation, made up of students and faculty, to it each year. The Conference of Parties is the most prominent international meeting on climate change mitigation and adaptation.
Engineering Elementary Partnerships provides early exposure to engineering careers through student led, human-centered, interactive design experiences and sustained mentorship with undergraduate engineering students.
Founded in Fall of 2017, Engaging Scientists in Policy and Advocacy (ESPA) aims to promote the participation of research scientists in policy and advocacy. We are an interdisciplinary group of undergraduates, graduate students, faculty, and staff at the University of Michigan, ranging from chemistry to public policy. The goals of this group is to provide training and implementation for two skills: 1. Effective science advocacy and communication, and 2. Comprehension and analysis of science policy. Both of the above skills are vital for the professional development of aspiring science policy professionals, as well as the engagement of scientists as public citizens. Additionally, many of our events help members engage with the public and government, providing valuable opportunities to build trust in scientists and science.
eTrek is an annual trip for University of Michigan Engineering Graduate Students to Israel to explore the unique technical and academic community and experience Israel’s unique culture.
FAMNM is a University of Michigan student organization devoted to organizing student and departmental efforts to support the FIRST® program locally and throughout the state of Michigan. FAMNM offers college students the opportunity to volunteer in the various FIRST® programs and events, provides funding for teams, and acts as a liaison between teams and various university departments.
Girls Teaching Girls To Code is an organization where university students encourage high school girls to pursue a future in computer science by fostering a passion for technology through training and education. Our goal is to conduct events, workshops, and day-long immersions to inspire and empower young women who are interested in pursuing a career in software or engineering.
The mission of Genes in Diseases and Symptoms is to advocate genetic research for diseases by learning how they affect the biological and psychological aspects of an individual. The club assists high schoolers in researching the disease’s biological change on a person, while also learning how to independently perform and publish genetics research.
HackBlue is a student organization on campus that aims to teach computer science and technology to underrepresented students in the local community. We have begun a partnership with the local Peace Neighborhood Center in Ann Arbor. Through development workshops, keynote speakers, and a mentorship program, we guide students and give access to pathways to educational and processional success in the technology industry.
INvent is a platform for students who wish to do collaborative work at High Schools in Peru and Colombia by implementing STEM Programs during a volunteer summer abroad experience.
MECC Consulting Group is a premier pro-bono student consulting organization at the University of Michigan. This organization provides highly analytical, data driven, and business-minded students the opportunity to engage in hands on projects with local companies. With over 50 members in diverse engineering and business fields, MECC is dedicated to adding impact at local clients through semester-long projects, exposing members to prospective employers through networking events, and growing out members through professional development sessions.
MedLaunch empowers students to innovate in healthcare. We work at the intersection of art, science and technology to design solutions to help local community partners afflicted by various health conditions. At the same time, we focus on educating students about socially engaged design through interactive workshops. Our mission is to show that anyone has the ability to design effective solutions given the right resources and mentorship. Students of all majors are encouraged to apply!
The Michigan Graduate Consulting Club (MGCC) aims to support University of Michigan graduate students and post docs interested in pursuing careers in the consulting industry. To this end, we host different events including weekly case practice meetings, company info sessions, and our annual case competition. We also provide resources and personal development services that are necessary for success in consulting interviews.
Michigan Investment Group is Michigan’s first investment group focused on the intersection of Finance & Technology. MIG has two groups: a fundamental investing team that analyzes and pitches equities across a diverse range of sectors, and an algorithmic trading team that develops software to buy and sell stocks in real-time using hundreds of thousands of data points. MIG members jointly manage an equity fund, while also leading education and networking sessions with the top finance and technology firms.
M-Fab is a community for students who like to make stuff. We provide access to machine tooling, space, and mentorship so you can bring your creative visions to life.
Michigan Hackers is a community where passionate students can build and grow relevant skills in a technological and fast-paced world. Our end goal is to provide high-quality resources for any and all students to become more competent members of society (technically, socially, and professionally) with a computer science twist. While connecting students to projects, skills, faculty, companies, and more, we hope to make a large university feel smaller and forge lifelong bonds in an inclusive environment while also bridging passionate people together.
Students from across the world come to MHacks to build amazing things, transform dreams into realities, and to meet other people with the same level of passion to build their future.
Michigan Advanced In-space propulsion Engineers an undergraduate student group that aims to design and build a demonstration for an electric propulsion system for STEM outreach at UM and local high schools.
The Michigan Transportation Student Organization is a club for students interested in transportation planning and engineering. This group is primarily geared toward students of Taubman College and the College of Engineering, though all students interested are welcome to join.
The National Organization for Business and Engineering is dedicated to providing students the opportunity to grow in technical and business acumen through engaging in meaningful projects.
Pre-Med Hub is an organization dedicated to providing an additional and more accessible resource for pre-med students across campus. We offer an online forum for University of Michigan students to ask and answer questions related to the pre-med track, including scheduling and classes, the MCAT, and summer activities. We also offer weekly peer advising hours on campus for students to come in and meet us in person!
Science Olympiad is a science-based competition, composed of various events meant to test students on science-related concepts. UM Science Olympiad hosts an annual invitational for middle and high school students to prepare them for regional and state competitions. There’s a range of ways volunteers can get involved, including being event supervisors or general volunteers on competition day.
Sling Health is a student-run group that facilitates bio-engineering design and entrepreneurship on campus. This incubator brings together student teams from various backgrounds to address medical issues and improve healthcare. Teams are made up of health-focused students, such as medical, engineering, law, and business students, to bring their expertise to the problems facing healthcare today.
As both a competitive team and a mentorship outlet, our members are able to excel against other top level engineering programs while assisting Michigan Middle and High Schools participating in VEX. As an organization, we stress three values; Community, Sportsmanship, and Inclusion. Our goal is to create an environment where students can find a competitive team that does not require intense technical training, this will allow us to introduce more University of Michigan students to the ideals presented by the staple project teams by lowering the skill barrier for entry. The field of Competitive Robotics should be open to all, and we as a team strive to make that possible.
Tech for Social Good is an organization committed to fostering a space for people who want to advocate for social justice causes through the lens of working in technology. We aim to do this by creating a campus-wide dialogue on interdisciplinary tech issues and by enabling students to get involved with the community and work on tech projects for local nonprofits.
TOM — Tikkun Olam Makers is a global movement of communities to create and disseminate affordable solutions to unmet challenges of people with disabilities and the elderly. TOM:UM takes a “university approach” to this movement, where students at the University of Michigan will be paired with a “need-knower,” or an individual who lives with a physical disability, and will be tasked with creating a solution to address this need-knower’s unmet challenge during a 2-3 day make-a-thon held on campus. While many of the products that students will be creating will be engineering-based, TOM:UM encourages and even seeks out other students who are not engineers (artists, physical therapists, etc.) to be members of the teams that create solutions for these individuals. With the new challenges faced due to COVID-19, TOM will be hosting both in-person and virtual events including hosting speakers and working and design challenges to address problems for those in need.
The Theme Park Engineering Group at the University of Michigan is a voluntary student organization with a goal to introduce students to the themed entertainment and theme park design industries. We strive to achieve this by emphasizing professional development, collaborative thinking, and engineering real-world solutions.
The University of Michigan 3D Printing Club organizes projects, competitions, and collaborative learning workshops to ultimately enhance the knowledge and increase interest in the field of additive manufacturing. A new project is introduced every month of the school year. All majors are welcome – 3D printing is applicable to all majors.
UpRound’s mission is to support and enhance the entrepreneurial ecosystem at Michigan and across the region. UpRound’s primary activities are designed to source, accelerate, and write checks out of our fund to startups. UpRound recruits and provides rich education to new members every semester, while providing a space for students passionate about entrepreneurship to bond, develop, and innovate. Additionally, we partner with Plug and Play, Detroit Venture Partners, Bessemer Venture Partners and others to create exclusive career pathways and opportunities for our analysts within the venture capital space.
UX@UM creates an annual conference for students by students. A two-day conference connecting design innovators with industry experts through user experience papers, posters, tutorial sessions, and roundtables. The conference is a platform for all students to create and share their products, designs, and research in the area of UX. Members of UX@UM have the opportunity to work on all aspects of conference building, from scheduling amenities, to networking, to website design, to marketing. Students are welcome from all UM schools regardless of graduate or undergraduate status.
Interested in experimenting with the science and technology of radio? Want to learn how to communicate across the world without needing access to the Internet? Do you want to be part of a hundred-plus-year tradition of research, scientific exploration, and community service? Look no further than amateur radio! The University of Michigan Amateur Radio Club, callsign W8UM, is one of the oldest college radio clubs in the country, in operation since 1913.
WolverineSoft is the premier game development community at the University of Michigan. Our goal is to support game developers on campus, and to ensure the success of U of M students in the video game industry. All developers are welcome to join the group — we are open to artists, musicians, coders, designers, producers and anybody else who is interested in making video games.
WolvSec is a resident cybersecurity Capture the Flag (CTF) team at the University of Michigan.