Our business students participate in student organizations to enrich their academic experience while engaging in an aspect of business that appeals to their career aspirations and cultural identity. Joining a student group allows students to practice their leadership skills, delve more deeply into a chosen career path, and associate with other students that share their interests. See the diverse list and descriptions of Student Organizations below to determine which one fits your ambitions and interests. Find the Student Organizations Org Chart here. [pdf]
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AIESEC transforms youth into global leaders. Become part of the world's largest student run organization and leverage our platform to discover and develop your potential. As an 'AIESECer' you'll have the opportunity to lead and manage teams, connect globally to our over 70,000 members and 1,000,000 alumni from our 126 countries and territories, and apply your academic knowledge while gaining hands on experience on an international internship.
AIM provides opportunities for Management students to further their professional development and network with the best in their field. Our main goal is to narrow the gap between the business world and the classroom to better prepare our members for success both during school and after graduation.
Alpha Kappa Psi
Alpha Kappa Psi is the oldest and largest co-ed business fraternity in the world. We have a rich history in providing individuals of all majors with the necessary tools and opportunities to be successful in their endeavor of personal and professional growth. This includes an extensive network of Brothers and Alumni who have worked to pursue passions and gain full-time offers at companies such as Deloitte, Google, and EY. Take a glance at our website to learn more about how you can take initiative in transforming your dreams into a reality with Alpha Kappa Psi.
The Banking and Investment Association (BIA) is an undergraduate student organization in the Lucas College and Graduate School of Business at San Jose State University. The purpose of the club is to promote activities that benefit/promote both students and the financial community to develop strong leaders in finance/banking.
Beta Alpha Psi
Beta Alpha Psi is a national scholastic and professional accounting fraternity. The primary objective of the fraternity is to encourage and give recognition to scholastic and professional excellence in the field of accounting. This includes promoting the study and practice of accounting; providing opportunities for self development and association among members and practicing accountants, and encouraging a sense of ethical, social, and public responsibility.
Delta Sigma Pi is America's foremost professional business fraternity with over 275,000 members members and 300 collegiate and alumni chapters’ world-wide. As a member, you will have the opportunity to grow personally and professionally by focusing on professional and career development. Our organization provides value to our community by giving back to through various community service efforts. If you are looking to challenge yourself and grow professionally,network with professionals, and have a memorable college experience, then Delta Sigma Pi can offer just that!
The Financial Management Association aims to help student members expand upon their technical knowledge by fostering interaction with guest speakers who have real world business experience. Our organization encourages professional interaction by creating networking opportunities with members of the Silicon Valley business community. The FMA provides specific, focused information about career paths within the discipline of business, focusing closely on finance and accounting.
The mission of the GBSA is to promote student development and welfare, and to enhance the identity and perception of the MBA program, with emphasis on developing relationships with alumni, faculty, and the business community. The GBSA promotes social interaction among all MBA students, their families, faculty, and administrators. The GBSA organizes a variety of activities that appeal to a wide range of students in each of the MBA programs - MBA One, On-Campus, & Off-Campus.
Global Operations Management Association (GOMA)
The purpose of our Global Operations Management Association is to bring students closer to the operations industry by giving them tools to succeed in the field. As a relatively new organization, we want our members to actively shape our club to what they want to see in a student org. Our mission is to create leaders who will help innovate the global landscape in the operations industry. We want to connect our members to supply chain contacts that may lead to career opportunities. Come join us today!
Institute for Management Accountants
The Institute for Management Accountants is a worldwide association of accounting professionals working and studying within the business industry. IMA's main goal is to promote and develop professional and personal skills of its members. IMA provides the opportunity on how to become leaders, how to work together as a team toward a common goal, and how develop problem-solving skills.
Innovation, Design, Engineering, Art, Science(I.D.E.A.S.)
IDEAS is the premier student-led startup accelerator at San Jose State University. We connect students from all majors and help them begin their startups by providing them with the necessary resources and workshops that entrepreneurs need to succeed. Student built, venture-funded.
ISACA acts as a medium through which our members are introduced to and educated about accounting, information systems, information security, assurance, risk management, privacy, and auditing as well as other fields associated with IT control and governance. Students from all majors are encouraged to join and form new and lasting relationships while preparing for their certification examinations and their future careers
International Business Association
The International Business Association (IBA) aims to educate the San Jose State University community about global commerce through our relationships with local firms who operate globally, by encouraging work and study abroad, and creating a platform for knowledge and cultural experiences of cultural diversity via a business lens. We believe that by fostering a sense of global citizenship, we will create more successful and well-rounded leaders who are better capable of understanding the dynamics involved in international environments.
Latino Business Student Association
Latino Business Student Association Mission: LBSA creates the next generation of Latino professionals by inspiring leadership and building community. The Latino Business Student Association encourages involvement from all majors and backgrounds to enter the leadership development experience as an LBSA member. This includes developing skills through education seminars and business workshops; networking with high-executive Professionals from the Silicon Valley; learning about opportunities such as internships and scholarships through our general and exclusive LBSA newsletter; and much, much more.
Management Information Systems Association
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The Purpose of SJSU Management Information Systems Association (MISA) is to prepare students for successful careers in the dynamic and fast-paced field of business and technology. We provide our members with opportunities for professional and personal development, leadership, and networking while engaging with premier Silicon Valley companies, working professionals, and peers. MISA strives to shape the upcoming leaders of Silicon Valley with the incorporation of their core values of Professionalism, Networking, Knowledge, Leadership, Community, Innovation, and Opportunity.
The Marketing Association at San Jose State University exposes students of all majors to the exciting and ever changing world of marketing. By providing networking opportunities with industry leading professionals and colleagues, professional and personal development workshops, potential leadership involvement and community service initiatives, we aim to shape the next generation of business leaders.
The Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM)
The Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) of San Jose State University strives to facilitate opportunities for career growth and enhancement in the field of Human Resource Management for all organizational members and other students who share similar interests. Our mission is to be the bridge between the academic and the professional world of HR by providing networking, job/internship, and leadership opportunities to SJSU students who share a passion for HR.
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Spartan Analytics at San Jose State University creates an environment for learning the vast and growing field of analytics. Whether you are interested in Marketing, Finance, Supply Chain, or Operations, we help you develop and apply your analytical skillset by the time you graduate. Our mission is to further your knowledge of data analytics through workshops and boot camps, enhance professional career skills with the help of Bay Area recruiters and create quality networking opportunities from prominent companies in Silicon Valley for our members.
Women in Business (WIB)
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Women in Business is a student-run organization at San Jose State University that is focused on empowering members to break the glass ceiling through promoting professional and personal development, educating women’s issues in business, and enabling our members to take the steps needed to reach their career goals. It is through the conferences, speaker sessions, workshops, social events, networking opportunities, and community outreach that WIB members will be prepared to become the future leaders in society.