Build professional networks and develop leadership skills by becoming active in one or more of the following student clubs and organizations:
American Marketing Association (AMA): A national organization for students, academics and professionals. Join as early as your freshman year to learn about marketing career opportunities. Faculty Advisor: Sanjay Sisodiya
Beta Alpha Psi (BAP) and the Student Accounting Association (SAA): A national scholastic and professional accounting fraternity. Any University of Idaho student can join the Student Accounting Association. Those who join BAP must be majoring in accounting, information systems, and finance, be in or have completed their first upper-division course in their major, have a 3.0 GPA or higher, and have minimum attendance requirements. SAA and BAP share the same meetings, which often include having professional speakers from nearby businesses. Their meetings may cover topics such as interview techniques, or the groups may engage in socials, fundraisers, and community service. Faculty Advisors: Marla Kraut and Darryl Woolley
Economics Club: A great way to learn abut the major before you take more than the introductory economics classes required by all university majors, is to participate in Econ Club meetings throughout the year. The club also helps attract and present a variety of guest speakers practicing economics in a variety of careers. Faculty Advisor: Steve Peterson.
Vandal Hat Hackers: Find out about your major before you even take any Information Systems (IS) classes. Speakers visit regularly from businesses interested in hiring after graduation. Students take field trips to visit businesses in Spokane and Seattle. Faculty Advisors: Lori Baker-Eveleth and Mark Rounds
PGA Golf Management Club: A student organization for students in the PGA Golf Management Program. Faculty Advisor: Cole Mize.
Human Resource Management Club: A student chapter of the national Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM). There are approximately 350 student chapters found on various campuses nationwide. SHRM is a national processional organization of human resource practitioners, educators, and various professionals involved with human resources. Faculty Advisor: Jan Rauk.