Clubs & Organizations
Dynamic, student-run organizations take the lead in arranging events on campus and in creating social learning opportunities.
Create some fun in your community and invest in yourself at the same time. What you as a student get from the experience is a chance to explore career options and network with Twin Cities professionals through speakers, panels, site visits, and sometimes through supervised hands-on work in a field of interest. You will also build relationships with other business majors who may eventually be your professional colleagues.
Our primary objective is to promote a better understanding of marketing and the role it plays in the business world. AMA provides an opportunity to network with professionals in the field as well as other students!
Contact: Ali Olson, firstname.lastname@example.org
Students from all majors interested in the law can learn about career opportunities and other pertinent aspects of legal studies. BLAW Club members are exposed to academic, career, social and service opportunities!
Our mission is to allow students to explore multi-cultural diversity in the business environment. DBSC strives to create a welcoming environment where students can discover and interact with the business world through speakers, field trips and collaboration.
Contact: Oge Edward, email@example.com
Enactus is an international organization active in more than 35 countries. Students develop community outreach projects that improve peoples’ quality of life by using business skills with an entrepreneurial approach. Our students take projects to compete in a national conference each year. Join Enactus and change the world!
Contact: Ryanne Graham, firstname.lastname@example.org
Open to all majors interested in entrepreneurial ventures. In addition to company tours and social events, E-Society hosts successful entrepreneurs for speaking engagements. Students receive advice, and inspiration for starting a business, overcoming obstacles and being a leader. Dream it. Do it. Join today!
Contact: Kate Segrin, email@example.com
Members develop their professional, educational, and social skills as they prepare for a possible career in finance, banking or investments. FMA facilitates the interaction of business executives, faculty and finance students, and connects students to internship opportunities!
Contact: Thomas Knutson, firstname.lastname@example.org
IBA helps to prepare members for success in the global business environment. Joining this fun and informative group gives members multiple opportunities to interact and learn through events focused on global business.
Contact: Lauren Buchholz, email@example.com
A community of students interested in how relationships between business, government and society are playing an increasingly prominent role in the economy.
RES hosts guest speakers and organizes educational and social events for students. Activities include the study of local markets though projects, field trips, and meetings with industry professionals. RES also assists with internship and job placement!
Contact: Devon Quist, firstname.lastname@example.org
SCOM members have the opportunity to hear from speakers who discuss career possibilities within the field at regular meetings. The club is a student chapter of the APICS, which is a professional organization. SCOM is open to all majors!
SHRM is an affiliate of the largest HR Management professional association. Members attend monthly meetings to expand knowledge in HR and to network with local HR professionals. This tight-knit group regularly participates in social and service events.
Contact: Kaitlin Becker, email@example.com