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Management Student Organizations

Orgs open Doors

Every future manager knows the value of a good organization.

The benefits of joining clubs on campus are exponential – you can network, boost your resume, get more work experience and connect with like-minded people.

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Future Manager Must-Joins

Pursuing hobbies or exploring new interests is important. But to stand out to a future employer, joining an organization related to your major is essential.

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Student Association for Management (SAM)

SAM is a management-focused organization to help prepare you for a future in leadership. We host speakers, business panels, company tours and even bonfires and bowling. Join us to build your networking skills while having fun!

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Student Run Business Organization (SRBO)

Start running a business before you even get your degree by joining our Student Run Business Organization. The goal for this club is to launch an on-campus business located at the former Shorewood Golf Course Clubhouse.


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SAM Research Group

The Student Association of Management has a subgroup that focuses on management research. In the group, you can conduct research and apply management theories to increase your knowledge and improve your resume. You might even earn a publication before graduation. Students have been awarded Best Paper at the Midwest Academy of Management Conference, and had their paper published in the Journal of Managerial Issues.

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Phoenix Leadership Program

Ready to develop your leadership chops? A select number of students are accepted into this semester-long training experience to build new skills and network with local professionals. At the end of the semester, you'll earn a certificate of completion, all at no cost.

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