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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.

  • Free Tax Preparation
    Each spring, IRS-certified accounting students from the UB School of Management's chapter of Beta Alpha Psi provide free tax preparation services to qualifying individuals and families.
  • Minority High School Students Gain Accounting Career Insights
    Each June, the School of Management and the Foundation for Accounting Education of the New York State Society of CPAs collaborate to bring a five-day program, Career Opportunities in the Accounting Profession, to minority high school students.
  • Teaching Teens Financial Responsibility
    Thanks to the outreach efforts of the School of Management and M&T Bank, area high school teachers are now aware of MoneySKILL - a valuable web-based personal finance curriculum developed by Professor Emeritus Lewis Mandell to help students develop skills to make informed financial decisions.
  • Community Agencies Access Educational Technology
    The School of Management helps community agencies reduce costs, extend their reach and enhance their training and education programs using digital video technology at a reduced cost.
  • Western New York Prosperity Scholars
    This 12-month academic scholarship funded by the Prentice Family Foundation requires an internship during which students focus on making a positive impact on the economic growth and sustainability of Western New York.
  • Cybersecurity Outreach Program
    The Western New York Cybersecurity Workshop Outreach program, funded through a partnership with Time Warner Cable, educates area middle and high school students in Cycbersecurity through live demonstrations and lessons on a variety of cybersecurity topics.
  • Student Clubs Make a Difference
    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.
  • Corporate Champions Program
    Each fall, first-year, full-time MBA students participate with area companies in a series of professional development activities including community service projects throughout Western New York.
  • 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.