Friday, February 12, 2010

Leading an MBA Student Activities Club

This semester, I've become the President of the Jewish Association of MBAs (JAMBA), a support club for students who are Jewish or interested in Judaism. It's been great getting the opportunity to lead top MBA students in planning and executing events.

Here's our schedule for this semester:

Feburary 12, Shabbat Dinner at a faculty member's house

February 19, Kelley Carnivalé--JAMBA is pairing up with Latin MBA, Black MBA and Net Impact for this event. The Jewish elements of this will include a Purim skit, fun games, a facepainting booth, noisemakers (groggers), and hamentaschen. This will be a family-friendly, multicultural event.

March 29, Passover Seder

April 6, Post-Passover Pizza Party. Load up on carbs at the end of Passover.

A Saturday night towards the end of April--Social event featuring a Havdallah Service and board games or some other entertainment.

The event I'm most excited for now is the Kelley Carnivale. I came up with the concept and we've been able to get great involvement from other clubs in planning the event. It will be one of the best MBA student activities of the semester and will also serve partially as a fundraiser for Haiti.

I'll be sure to take tons of pictures and write a full recap next weekend!


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