Clubs and Forums
Coller Ignite: The Entrepreneurship Club
Coller Ignite is an entrepreneurial community which provides students and alumni the opportunity to explore an entrepreneurial path as part of the on-campus experience; by participating in events, engaging with other entrepreneurs, sharing ideas and creating new partnerships. Coller Ignite was founded with the purpose of enabling students and alumni of the Coller School of Management and Tel Aviv University as a whole to experience entrepreneurship. The activities of the club include events, meetings with entrepreneurs, entrepreneurship workshops, and assists in preparing participants for the annual Coller $100,000 Startup Competition.
Middle East Business Forum
The Middle East Business Forum is where Coller School of Management students, alumni and staff discuss and collaborate in the field of regional business and commerce. The Forum was founded to encourage Israeli, Palestinian and international students to explore the Middle East market for business opportunities, instead of concentrating on familiar markets in the West. The Forum raises awareness, shares ideas and facilitates networking in the field of Middle East business and commerce.
The Coller Consulting Club
This club prepares students for the consulting recruitment process by increasing student and alumni awareness of the management consulting industry and its major firms and enabling companies to identify the most suitable candidates among the Israeli top-class talent pool at the Coller School of Management. The club has monthly meetings including case interview workshops, case discussions, and keynote speakers from management consulting.
The Coller Alumni Association
The Coller Alumni Association is active in promoting student-alumni relationships by establishing professional clubs and forums
• Cafe Coller Networking Events: A series of events hosting keynote speakers in various fields, many of whom are Coller School of Management alumni and senior professionals from the business, technological, and political arenas
• The Mentoring Program: Volunteering alumni pass on their vast span of knowledge and managerial insights accumulated during their school years and since graduation to young alumni and graduate students who benefit from professional guidance from senior managers in their field
• Study Tours: Students and alumni meet senior alumni at their place of employment to hear about their path to success
• 5 at Coller: Extra-curricular enrichment events
These networking activities serve to create a sense of community at the Coller School of Management. To enhance this experience, the Alumni Association also produces monthly newsletters with information on special events, news, conferences, job fairs, and invites to industry networking events.