Like many executives, you likely gravitate toward leadership opportunities. Before stepping up and getting involved, determine how much time you’ll have for student clubs or leadership groups. You’ll find that there’s plenty of opportunity at Columbia University.

While most organizations are run by full-time students, EMBA students are welcome to join in the mix. Many include an EMBA-specific element in their leadership.

Columbia also has several student leadership organizations specifically for Executive MBA students. For these, each cluster elects representatives to partner with administrators on topics such as academics, career development, and ethics.