Make the most of your academic experience by participating in a student organization or club at the Robinson College of Business. Your club participation gives you opportunities to build strong ties with other students, faculty and practitioners in your field while gaining recognition and improving your leadership skills.
Beta Alpha Psi
Beta Alpha Psi promotes the study and practice of accounting, finance and information systems by providing opportunities for self-development and service and encouraging a sense of ethical, social and public responsibility.
National Association of Black Accountants (NABA)
As a leader in the business community, NABA creates opportunities to enlarge the pipeline of African-Americans into every level of accounting and finance.
ALPFA’s mission is to create opportunities, add value and build relationships for its members and the community while expanding leadership in the global workforce.
Pan-Asian Leaders in Finance and Accounting (ASCEND)
ASCEND strives to enhance the presence and influence of current and future business leaders of Asian and Pacific Islander descent and to serve as a collective voice for those communities.
Tau Alpha Chi
Tau Alpha Chi promotes scholastic and professional excellence in the field of taxation. The group provides a forum for social interaction and networking with individuals who recruit in the field in both local and national markets.
The Association for Information Systems leads the way for students, academics and practitioners to succeed in the information systems field.
The purpose of the Association of Information Technology Professionals (AITP) is to create connections and a strong network, which are essential to finding employment after graduation.
Georgia State's Women in Technology is an organization for female students in undergraduate and graduate programs related to STEAM - Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts & Mathematics. We provide members with outreach and networking opportunities, promote awareness on issues that affect women in technology fields, and create opportunities for professional development and advancement. The primary goal of the organization is to empower women to succeed and thrive in technology fields.
The Georgia State University Finance Society focuses on providing opportunities for members to find employment in the field of finance. The group concentrates heavily on the importance of networking, professionalism and creating a channel for talent acquisition between members, employers and alumni.
American Hotel & Lodging Association Student Chapter
The American Hotel & Lodging Association builds rapport with Atlanta-area hospitality professionals and keeps members up-to-date on the latest hospitality news and networking events that will set them apart.
Eta Sigma Delta
Eta Sigma Delta recognizes the scholastic and professional achievement of students in hospitality management, tourism, and culinary arts. The organization stands for excellence, leadership, creativity, service, and ethics.
Georgia Restaurant Organization
The Georgia Restaurant Organization supports the interests of a diverse set of students focused on foodservice and restaurants. It is a great opportunity for networking and sharing ideas among people with similar interests.
Club Managers Association of America Student Chapter
The Georgia State student chapter of the Club Managers Association of America is dedicated to assisting students who are interested in the club management profession. Chapter meetings enable students to enhance their careers through activities such as professional development programs, site visits to local clubs, and leadership opportunities.
International Association of Exhibitions and Events
The International Association of Exhibitions and Events is dedicated to educating students on the many facets of this field as well as providing assistance in gaining industry experience. Each month members receive updates on available jobs and internships as well as advice and assistance with placement.
National Society of Minorities in Hospitality
As the leading professional organization for minority hospitality students, the National Society of Minorities in Hospitality (NSMH) focuses on diversity and multiculturalism, as well as the career development of its student members. The Georgia State chapter of NSMH is dedicated to providing students with a variety of opportunities that assist them in achieving their educational and professional goals.
AREA Georgia State University
The Association of Real Estate Alumni at Georgia State University (AREA GSU) serves and supports students, alumni and faculty from Robinson’s real estate programs. The organization connects prospective graduates with real estate career opportunities and builds an intimate network of professionals within each facet of the field.
Actuarial and Risk Management Association
The Actuarial and Risk Management Association (ARMA) was formed from a refocusing of its predecessor, the Actuarial Student Association, to serve all risk management and insurance students at Georgia State University. Primary programming includes but is not limited to employer information sessions, networking events, social events, and recruitment fairs.
Gamma Iota Sigma - Zeta Chapter
The Gamma Iota Sigma - Zeta Chapter promotes, encourages and sustains student interest in insurance, risk management and actuarial science as professions; encourages high moral and scholastic attainments; and facilitates the interaction and cooperation of educational institutions as well as industry and professional organizations by fostering research, scholarship and improved public relations.
Graduate Risk Management Association
The Graduate Risk Management Association provides professional development opportunities for students through activities that include meetings with insurance industry professionals via guest speaker sessions and RIMS Atlanta Chapter luncheons, student-organized seminars and various social gatherings.
Mathematical Risk Management Student Organization
The Mathematical Risk Management Student Organization provides opportunities for graduate students to learn and focus on the mathematical and financial risks of the industry via featured speakers and meetings.
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