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The Corporate Strategy Club (CSC) at the Kelley School of Business is a student organization which focuses on strategic decision making at the corporate level. The organization will leverage faculty, alumni, and corporate relationships in order to:

- Further develop students' analytical and strategic thinking skills

- Familiarize students with the Corporate Strategy function

- Provide networking opportunities

If you are interested in becoming a CSC member, click here to fill out an application for membership or join our mailing list to be informed of upcoming meetings and events.

photo of award winners

CSC recognized as an "Up-and-Coming" student organization at
the SOC - April 26th

At an annual awards ceremony hosted by the SAO, the Corporate Strategy Club was presented a plaque and given honorable mentions for being one of three "Up-and-Coming" student organizations at Indiana University.

STAR Session - March 2nd

STAR (Strategic Thinking and Reasoning) Sessions involve games, case studies, current events, and other activities to help students develop their busines acumen and strategic thinking skills.

General Mills wants to meet the CSC – February 16th

Recruiters from General Mills will be coming in to discuss strategy and career opportunities with CSC members

"A Day in the Life of a Corporate Strategist" with Jeff Wiltrout – December 6th

Jeff Wiltrout is a Business Development Manager at Cummins, and former Consulting Academy MBA student

STAR Session – November 22nd

STAR (Strategic Thinking and Reasoning) Sessions involve games, case studies, current events, and other activities to help students develop their busines acumen and strategic thinking skills.

Mark Steingold will be coming to speak exclusively with CSC members on October 18th.

Mark is the CEO of Steingold Consulting LLC, and former Director of Corporate Strategic Planning at Eli Lilly and Company. While at Lilly, he held leadership roles in strategic planning, mergers and acquisitions integration, operations, brand marketing, sales, and eBusiness. Mark led the integration efforts on the $6.5 billion acquisition of ImClone Systems.