The School of Management engages in a wide variety of public service activities that benefit the Western New York region and beyond.

We are proud of the contributions of our faculty, staff, students and alumni and will expand our community outreach through continued focus on our public service mission.

  • Cybersecurity Camp
    The School of Management, School of Engineering and Applied Sciences, and the Center of Excellence in Information Systems Assurance Research and Education at UB hold an annual camp for teens that encourages them to pursue career opportunities in cybersecurity.
  • Free Tax Preparation
    Each spring, IRS-certified accounting students from the UB School of Management's chapter of Beta Alpha Psi and the UB Accounting Association provide free tax preparation services to qualifying individuals and families.
  • Helping Small Business
    The School of Management's Center for Entrepreneurial Leadership works to enhance the talents and operating abilities of entrepreneurs in the Western New York community.
  • MBA Consulting Group
    The UB MBA Consulting Group is a pro bono, student-run firm that selects projects to complete each semester for small- to medium-sized businesses or nonprofits.
  • Nonprofit Board Fellowship
    The Nonprofit Board Fellowship introduces MBA students to the intrinsic value of board service, through a foundational curriculum that blends concepts of board governance, servant leadership and diversity and inclusion with an academic year of service with local nonprofits.
  • Projects Clinic
    Clinic interns work with our partner companies to solve real problems. Working in small teams, our interns leverage the skills they learn in the classroom, while also bringing their own perspective to create positive change within our partner organizations.
  • Social Impact Fellows
    UB MBA and MSW students, along with graduate students from the College of Arts and Sciences, create social innovation in Western New York through collaboration to address pressing social issues.
  • Student Clubs
    In their commitment to serving others, School of Management student clubs take on a variety of volunteer projects to help make a positive impact in the community.
  • Western New York Prosperity Scholars
    Funded by the Prentice Family Foundation, WNY Prosperity scholars are awarded a paid internship, scholarship support and an enrichment fund to actively prepare them for careers that further local economic development and growth.