Build a Network of Friends and Colleagues
When you engage with other business students outside of class, you gain new ways of tackling academic and business challenges, you extend your network, you build energy for everyone’s success, and you have a chance to share what you’re learning, which is one of the best ways to solidify that knowledge for yourself.
These KSU organizations have particular appeal for Coles College of Business students and include organizations for undergraduate and graduate students:
ALPFA is dedicated to enhancing opportunities for Latinos and building leadership and career skills.
Technology, leadership, and learning
Beta Alpha Psi (BAY)
Honorary organization for financial information students and professionals
Beta Gamma Sigma (BΓΣ)
Academic honor society for business students (undergraduate and graduate)
Delta Sigma Pi (ΔΣΠ)
Co-ed professional business fraternity
Develop the skills to become a socially responsible, successful business leader
Kennesaw Marketing Association (KMA)
Professional development and service for students of marketing
Develop professional skills and practice civic responsibility
For information security students to ethically research and investigate current and likely challenges
Omicron Delta Epsilon (ΟΔΕ)
Economics honor society
The purpose of this organization is to promote project management theory, practices, and methods to increase students' capabilities in developing and implementing projects.
Access a network of 200,000 individual members and essential resources through the world’s largest association devoted to human resource management
Top business majors get real-time, hands-on experience in portfolio management and investing
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"Active participation in student organizations allows you to build leadership skills in a low-risk environment. You interact with other students and professors as well as with professionals outside of KSU, allowing you to build your network. You can send your resume to any number of potential employers, but your network is most likely going to help you kick-start your career!"
Debbie D. Benson, MBA, CPA, CGMA, CIA, PHR
Lecturer, School of Accountancy
Coles College of Business