Why Participate?

This competition is a perfect opportunity to develop highly sought-after skills such as creativity, strategic thinking, teamwork, and presentation skills. Form teams of four and enjoy the opportunity to showcase problem-solving skills by coming up with a solution to a specific consulting scenario. Network with representatives from global companies, receive feedback from a panel of judges consisting of corporate recruiters and professors, and win cash prizes up to $1,400!

ABSA

The Asian Business Students Association (ABSA) is a professional, social, and philantropic organization. We prepare our members for success in the corporate world, from exposing them to a wide spectrum of industries to providing resources for becoming effective leaders. Although we cater to integrating Asian Americans into mainstream corporate America, our organization reaches out to individuals of all different majors and ethnicities. Strategic partnerships with leading firms provide our members with valuable internships and career opportunities as well as insider tips on resume building, interviewing, and firm-specific information. We strive to develop well-rounded individuals by also hosting many social and community service events.

DSP

Founded in 1930, the Beta Kappa Chapter of Delta Sigma Pi at The University of Texas at Austin prides itself on attracting the best and brightest business and economics students to further not only themselves or the Fraternity alone, but also the University as a whole. As a McCombs Affiliated Student Organization, we are highly involved within the McCombs School of Business and the entire university. Many of our members hold leadership positions and are active members within numerous other organizations on campus here at the University of Texas at Austin.

HBSA

Established in 1976, The Hispanic Business Student Association is committed to bringing out the best in its members and preparing them for success in the corporate world. Long regarded as one of the top organizations at The University of Texas at Austin, HBSA continues to provide its 180+ members with unparalleled professional and leadership opportunities. Through the numerous programs HBSA hosts throughout the year, including our signature events, Company Night and Scoring Careers, HBSA has helped increased the number of Hispanic professionals entering the work force. Our consistent hard work has led to many accolades. The most recent accolades include Swing Out’s Most Professional Organization award. Our four pillars include Academics, Community Service, Professionalism, and Family.