STUDENT INVOLVEMENT MEANS SUCCESS ALL AROUND
Are you a pre-accounting major seeking a position that will further enhance your knowledge of Accounting? Or are you an Entrepreneurship or Marketing concentration looking for an internship post-graduation? Perhaps you are a Legal Studies concentration who wishes to network with other pre-law students. If so, the CBE offers a student organization for every single major and concentration, and then some!
Getting involved in at least one student organization is an awesome way to establish leadership and teamwork skills that are imperative in the job or graduate school application process. Many employers and admissions officers base their decisions on those exact qualities in applicants. Imagine, if every student applying for a job is well-qualified, how will they make their decision? Studies show that applicants who were involved in a student organization during their undergraduate years are more likely to be hired or accepted into the graduate program of their choice. Joining a student organization is also a wonderful way to network with other students and advisors. You will learn how to handle responsibilities as well as participating in events that will benefit you tremendously. Also, you can discover an interest in a field you may have never known before!
Beta Alpha Psi is an honors Accounting, Finance, and IT organization. Come enjoy an evening of bowling on March 2 from 5-7 P.M. at the AMF Towson Lanes. Bring your roommates, organization, fraternity/sorority… Everyone! The price is $15 including shoe rental. To purchase tickets, contact Shannon Hagerty at TUBapEvents@gmail.com. Also, on Monday, March 31st there will be a fundraiser at Panera Bread on Putty Hill Avenue from 6-9 P.M.
Phi Alpha Delta is the largest co-ed professional law fraternity in the United States. Towson’s chapter encourages all pre-law students, legal studies concentrations, and any others that are interested, to join! Meetings are on a weekly to bi-weekly basis on Wednesdays at 6:30 P.M. in West Village Commons, room 307.
Towson Economics Society is the perfect fit for any economics major or concentration or anyone interested in learning more about the field! They meet on Tuesdays from 6:30-7:30 P.M. in ST 111. Also, on March 27th in ST310 from 5-6:00 P.M., Dr. Jung will be speaking on Economics of The Affordable Healthcare Act!
Towson University Investment Group is hosting its annual International Markets Summit on Tuesday, April 22nd from 5:45-8 P.M. in Stephens Hall 310. The event will feature a discussion panel of Finance professionals who will discuss the current investment and economic landscape. If you are interested in investing and want to learn more with like-minded students, come visit TUIG on Tuesdays in the T. Rowe Price Finance Lab in Stephens Hall from 5:00-6:15 P.M. If you have any questions please contact Travis Crouse (email@example.com) and visit their website.
Project Management Association (P.M.P.M.A)/e-Business Association (eBA) fits anyone in the Management concentrations or e-Business major! Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com for more information. Upcoming events in Stephens Hall 310 include:
· Thursday, March 6th, 5:30 P.M. – Lindsay Elkins, IT Project Management / Business Analysis, Under Armour
· Wednesday, March 12th, 5 P.M. – Ryan Polakoff, Project Manager, TBB Global Logistics, “Project Management in Supply Chain”
· Wednesday, April 9th, 5 P.M. – Matt Felton, CEO, Datastory Consulting
· Monday, April 28th, 5 P.M. – Kristine Wilson, Project Manager, Berdnt Group
If you would like to view the full list of all the organizations the College of Business & Economics offers, click here. Remember, spring semester just began so it is never too late to get involved and stay involved!