Private Equity Club
The Tuck Private Equity Club is a student-managed organization dedicated to three goals:
- Furthering the education and interest of Tuck students in the private equity industry
- Promoting interaction, dialogue, and partnership between Tuck and the private equity community through a range of research and education programs
- Improving the private equity employment prospects of Tuck students
The club sponsors include Tuck's faculty and administration, while its activities include a range of educational, professional and employment initiatives. Club members actively assist in the development of Tuck's private equity and entrepreneurship curriculum, as well as attract notable industry speakers to campus. The club also works with Tuck's Career Development Office and the Center for Private Equity and Entrepreneurship to enhance the private equity employment prospects of club members.
The mission of Tuck's Entrepreneurship Club is to cultivate a community focused on developing a critical mass of connections for people focused on founding a company, joining a start-up, taking over a small company, or running a family business
We host a number of entrepreneur speakers and act as an information point for various business plan competitions and seminars that occur throughout the year. In addition, we coordinate with the Dartmouth Entrepreneurial Network (DEN) to provide opportunities for the Tuck student body to get involved in various ventures occurring throughout the community.
Our mission is to develop and practice human-centered design to spur innovation at Tuck, in our careers and in the broader Dartmouth community.
The Technology Club helps Tuck students learn about the roles that MBAs play at technology companies and gain exposure to different high-tech industries.