Would you like to build your leadership skills while serving the community and helping make Southwest Michigan, Andrews University and our School of Business Administration a better place? Join one (or more) of our following business clubs and see yourself grow into a stronger business and community leader!
Enactus combines business intelligence with entrepreneurial action to create change within communities nearby and worldwide. Joining Enactus will present you with the chance to grow your leadership, entrepreneurial and business skills, give back to the community, practice your presentation skills, and expand your career opportunities.
Our Enactus student team leaders plan, organize and lead projects that impact our community with positive change. Close to the end of the year, our team leaders attend the Enactus Regional Competition where they present their projects in front of a panel of judges. These judges are typically managers, CEOs and business leaders of prominent companies. They judge the projects of competing schools to determine regional placings and who will go on to compete at nationals. Our Andrews University Enactus team has won at regionals multiple times, allowing us to compete at the Enactus National Competition often. Enactus competitions also feature outstanding career fairs with major companies who are very interested in hiring Enactus members for internships and entry-level positions.
“This competition is an event that truly inspires my love for business. It gives me energy and motivation to change our ‘corner of the world’” – Arleni Calderon
“Thanks to the Enactus career fair, I have a job with Ferrero as the assistant brand manager for Nutella! The amount of opportunity available at Nationals is remarkable and I am thankful I could be a part of the AU Enactus team.” – Megan Reed
The School of Business Administration Student Advisory Council (SAC) is responsible for planning and organizing activities that will enhance our School of Business Administration social scene. SAC officers and members are approved by the dean’s office, and it is considered to be an honor to serve on the SAC. Joining the SAC will give you leadership, organizational and planning skills which are great transferrable skills for the workplace.
To learn more about joining the SAC, please contact Justin Neu at email@example.com.
Our Andrews University Accounting Club (AUAC) is a recent student-led initiative that will provide you with the opportunity to grow academically, professionally and socially. Joining AUAC will allow you to hear several excellent guest speakers, enjoy additional field trips and more. You don’t have to be an accounting major to reap the benefits of joining this club!
The Financial Management Association (FMA) provides our finance students with leadership and networking opportunities. If you join the FMA, you might find yourself educating the community about basic financial principles, attending a conference where you’ll get to network with finance professionals from all over the USA, or creating new ideas for projects that can enhance the community and university.
To learn more or to join the FMA, contact Alan Kirkpatrick at firstname.lastname@example.org.
“Health & Fitness Expo” during Andrews University’s Alumni Weekend—FMA students provided discussion and calculation of a future monetary value to demonstrate the power of compound return. This was termed “financial fitness,” a bit of a departure from the theme of the other exhibitors who focused on nutrition and physical activity. The visitors to the FMA exhibit supplied inputs for monthly savings or investment amount, earnings rate, and length of time horizon, leading to an ending value. The visitors made a guess about the magnitude of the ending value, and found that it is difficult to accurately estimate that value since the power of compounding is not obvious. Visitors to the booth ranged in age from 8 to 80, and all visitors were entered into a contest for prizes including an exercise bike.