Become a General Member!

ANYONE is welcome to become a “General Member”. Membership grants you the ability to attend as many or as few BWIB events as your schedule accommodates. 

Benefits include but are not limited to various professional development workshops & networking events with our corporate sponsors, the opportunity to participate in our internal case competition, and access to our vast network of alumni.

Dues: Members can either pay a semesterly fee of $25 or a one-time $50 fee for lifetime membership. Dues must be paid in person at one of our events via Venmo, cash, or check. Please find our VP of Finance (Rhea Mehta) or Admin Coordinator (Natalie Kudenholdt) to do so.

***General Member Applications are continually open. You will NOT receive a confirmation that your application has been processed once you complete the form. In order to finish your membership initiation, you must complete the membership payment in person at one of our events.

If you have any questions, please feel free to stop by one of our weekly meetings on Tuesdays at 7:00 PM. We would love to meet you!

 

Become a Committee Member!

If you want to be more involved, you can apply to be in one of our 7 committees! Being a committee member will give you the opportunity to strengthen specific skills and form a stronger bond with your fellow members. Keep in mind that you are only allowed to apply to a maximum of 2 committees. Please read below for descriptions on what each committee is in charge of and feel free to reach out to any VPs if you have further questions.

Community Development

  • Committee members will coordinate the itineraries, budgets, and logistics for all of our internal development events, which include our retreats, socials, and community outreach projects.

Corporate Relations

  • Committee members will be responsible for staying in consistent contact with BWIB's sponsors. They will also be in charge of planning all events hosted by external corporations.

Marketing

  • Committee members will assist in advertising BWIB apparel and managing BWIB’s campus presence.

University Relations

  • Committee members will establish relationships with the greater campus community, including MBA groups, Haas professors, and other Cal student organizations.

Administration

  • Committee members will organize and manage BWIB's member dues, committee member points system, alumni database, master calendar, and CalLink. They will also provide club resources to all members.

Finance

  • Committee members will assist the VP in executing fundraisers. They will also process reimbursements, apply for ASUC grants, and maintain records of all club finances.

Technology & Communications

  • Committee members will establish, maintain, and expand the BWIB website. They will also be required to facilitate internal club communications and increase BWIB’s social media presence.

***Committee Applications are now CLOSED