Find your niche at the 2012 Business Club Expo
The Walker College of Business is home to about two dozen students clubs. Many focus on majors, others specific careers. All provide benefits to students, both in networking and exploring potential careers. Almost all of the clubs will be seeking new members during the 2012 Business Club Expo this Thursday, Feb. 2, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on the second floor of Raley Hall. It is open to all students, both COB majors and non-COB majors. It is organized by the Walker Fellows.
There are student clubs centered on academic majors (American Marketing Association, Appalachian Supply Chain Club), interests (Association of Student Entrepreneurs, AIESEC) and honorary organizations (Epsilon Chi Omicron, Beta Gamma Sigma). A full listing of clubs is available on the Walker College website.
One of the clubs expected to be present is AITP, the Association of Information Technology Professionals. It is actively seeking members, including using a youtube video to introduce the club. It has a meeting scheduled prior to the Expo, on Wednesday at 5 p.m., in which there will be a Google presentation.
- BB&T Student Leadership Center
- Bowden Investment Group
- Boyles CEO Lecture Series
- Brantley Center
- Business Leaders
- Carole Moore McLeod Entrepreneur Summit
- Career Services
- Global Opportunities Conference
- Harlan E. Boyles Distinguished CEO Lecture Series
- Holland Fellows
- Honors Program
- Martha Guy Summer Institute
- Scholarship Golf Tournament
- Transportation Insight Center for Entrepreneurship
- Walker Fellows