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While academics are important, there’s a lot more to college than going to class. Want more to your college experience? Get involved in academic-based student organizations, which give you the opportunity to make friends, develop organizational and leadership skills, make professional connections and make a difference in the campus and community.
Marketing Management Association - An Affiliate of Collegiate DECA
Fort Hays State University Marketing Management Association is one of the many student organizations on campus. These students participate in many activities on-campus and off-campus that allow them to learn skills necessary for a successful future. Activities range from fundraisers to philanthropy and community service to International competition. As members of Marketing Management Association, these students compete in Collegiate DECA, the sister organization of high-school DECA. Collegiate DECA helps students interested in a wide variety of business areas develop their skills and competence for business careers, experience leadership and practice community service. Members compete against other college students around the world in a wide variety of business related events at the International Career Development Conference. For more information please contact Mr. Scott Jones, faculty advisor.
Business Education Club (Pi Omega Pi) Pi Omega Pi is the National Business Education Teacher Honor Society, which promotes scholarship and service in the area of business education. FHSU’s chapter is sponsored by Mr. Scott Jones.
Beyond activities found in McCartney Hall, home to the Department of Management and Marketing, consider getting involved in one of the 100+ campus-wide organizations, such as Tigers in Service or the Student Government Association. For more information about student organizations at FHSU, check out the Center for Student Involvement web site.
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