Outside of the classroom, individuals can participate in more than 70 student organizations on campus. Because of the sister locations overseas, EMBA students have many opportunities to explore international financial markets. Booth also has a large alumni network of over 47,000, so EMBA students can make valuable connections after their education is complete. Many Booth students participate in the Distinguished Speaker Series, Business Forecast and Economic Outlook events, and Women’s Week for Chicago alumnae. Even if some Booth students are already employed, the school also offers a wide variety of career resources, including the Fisher Career Resource Center (CRC), which helps students with industry data, job placement, and networking opportunities.