Stanford Student RE + BE Clubs
Stanford student RE + BE club leaders are the driving force on campus, growing industry awareness and organizing events for students to interact, and be inspired, forge new alliances, and have fun. Working with SPIRE, they make the alumni-student connection possible.
While growing the RE + BE network at Stanford, these developing leaders are becoming future industry changemakers—and bringing their fellow students alongside them.
Stanford Real Estate Club
The Stanford Real Estate Club provides students with an environment to learn and network with like-minded individuals. They believe this will help cultivate and build meaningful foundations for success later in each members' career. Benefits include help with recruiting and interviewing, various speakers from top real estate firms, networking opportunities, resume workshops, real estate fundamental training sessions/case studies, competitions, club social events, and site/property tours.
Leaders of the Built Environment Club
The Leaders of the Built Environment club is student association that focusses on every aspect of the built environment – from Real Estate development and construction to sustainability and social impact. Their goal is to build a community within the Sustainable Design and Construction program, expose students to industry leaders, host fundraising and philanthropy events, and provide opportunities for academic and professional development with a positive impact in the community.
GSB Real Estate Club
The GSB Real Estate Club is a forum for graduate business students in the MBA and MSx programs interested in real estate, proptech, and sustainability. The student-run club organizes guest speaker events, student networking, employer information sessions, and site tours.
The Stanford Proptech Club aims to educate the Stanford community on proptech developments, build a supportive ecosystem around real estate tech, and foster relationships with Stanford alumni in the space. The club will bring in industry experts, alumni, and current faculty as speakers to expand our current knowledge and understanding of what the industry has to offer, as well as provide resources and connections to help students find jobs and internships in the PropTech space.
Future of Cities Club
The Future of Cities Club fosters cross-sectoral dialogue around complex issues and potential solutions that arise from urbanization. They explore ways to make cities more livable, equitable, and sustainable through urban innovations, transformation of traditional industries, governmental policies, and participation of civil society.