Clubs and Organizations
Within the School of Business, we seek to provide an educational experience that will launch graduates successfully regardless of the professional path they choose. The unique blending of liberal and professional arts--including applied learning, internships and opportunities for study abroad--prepare students for leadership positions whether it be in management, marketing, small or new business development, finance, management of information systems, advertising, and contemporary journalism.
A strong line up of co-curricular activities within the School provide varied opportunities for students in Business to get involved outside of class, build esprit d'corps within their programs and hone the leadership skills which are critical to their own personal and professional growth.
Business sponsored activities include:
▪ The Entrepreneur Club - The School of Business is proud to announce its newest club, The Entrepreneur Club. The formation of this club is part of a larger initiative to develop a Center for Entrepreneurship within the School of Business. The club is open to students of all disciplines across the college and will provide students with the opportunity to learn more about entrepreneurship and business ownership. Part of the activities for the club will include hosting local and national entrepreneurs as speakers, participating in and hosting a business plan competition, collaborating with DECA for the national meeting. The club will also be a member of a national entrepreneur organization which will give students an opportunity to meet with other like-minded students at a national level. For more information regarding this club, students are encouraged to contact Brenda J. Smith, Director for the Center for Entrepreneurship, at email@example.com.
▪ The Endicott College Investment Club (ECIC) - ECIC was created to provide a co-curricular learning experience in the investment field. Student members can develop their skills in investment research, portfolio strategy, communication and marketing. Business faculty are available to mentor student leaders with an interest in this area. For more information regarding this club, students are encouraged to contact Professor Robert Chambers at firstname.lastname@example.org.
▪ Collegiate DECA - The college division of DECA provides Endicott's student members professional development opportunities in which to grow and move forward as prospective marketing and management leaders. Activities include community service and fund raising projects, state and national competitions, leadership training institutes and recognition ceremonies. For more information regarding DECA, students are encouraged to contact Professor Aileen Torrance at email@example.com.
▪ Business Honor Society - Endicott Business Administration and Accounting students in the upper 20% of their class at the beginning of their third year of study are eligible to join the Sigma Beta Delta national honor society. Sigma Beta Delta is a member of the Association of College Honor Societies (ACHS) and has as its purpose the recognition and promotion of scholastic achievement among business students and students in fields related to business. Business students, along with students from other majors, who have demonstrated leadership and service and are ranked academically among the upper 35% of their graduating class at the end of their third year of study are recognized by being offered membership in the College-wide senior honor society, Mortar Board. For more information regarding Sigma Beta Delta please contact Dr. Michael Paige at firstname.lastname@example.org.
For More Information contact:
Dr. Michael Paige
Dean, School of Business