Get involved!  The Lubar School of Business hosts more than 15 business student organizations … or you can join one of more than 300 student clubs campus-wide.

Joining a club or student organization is a great way to meet friends, explore your interests, gain work and volunteer experience, and develop your teamwork (and leadership!) skills. If you have a specific business interest or just want to be part of a fun group, check out what the Lubar School and UWM have to offer you.

AIESEC
AIESEC provides members with leadership opportunities and participation in a global learning environment. Activities include an exchange program that enables students to participate in international internships, cultural and professional networking events, regional, national, and global conferences.

Alpha Kappa Psi (AKPSI)
AKPsi is a business fraternity that offers professional events for career development, internship connections, networking opportunities, national conventions, company tours, volunteer activities,  and social events.

ALPFA: Building Latino Business Leaders
ALPFA is the leading national Latino professional association.  The Lubar School chapter hosts bi-weekly professional meetings where students can interact and network with Latino professionals from the Milwaukee business community, and participate in volunteer and social activities .

American Marketing Association (AMA)
The Lubar School’s chapter of the AMA promotes the field of marketing through various activities, including networking opportunities, professional development, speakers, seminars, charity and volunteer activities, fundraising, member social events and outings, and regional and national conferences.

Beta Alpha Psi, Eta Theta Chapter
Beta Alpha Psi encourages and recognizes scholastic and professional excellence in the field of accounting, providing accounting students with opportunities for self-development and networking among members and practicing financials professionals.

Beta Gamma Sigma, Delta Chapter (BGS)
Beta Gamma Sigma is the honor society serving business programs accredited by AACSB International. Membership in Beta Gamma Sigma is by invitation only and is the highest scholarly recognition a business student can receive.

Collegiate Entrepreneurs Organization (CEO)
CEO informs, supports and inspires students to become entrepreneurs, providing access to successful entrepreneurs of all industries who provide real life examples on how to start and operate a business. Students also have an opportunity to attend CEO National Conference in Chicago and participate in an annual Elevator Pitch Competition.

Delta Sigma Pi (DSPi)
Delta Sigma Pi is a professional co-ed fraternity providing students with professional development along with networking and leadership opportunities, including professional speakers, business tours, community service events, regional leadership conferences, social events and an annual Business Symposium.

Future Healthcare Executives (FHE)
Future Healthcare Executives is affiliated with the American College of Healthcare Executives, and sponsors monthly meetings with speakers from the profession, volunteer events, networking opportunities, shadowing opportunities and social events.

Graduate Business Association (GBA)
The Graduate Business Association provides an environment outside of the classroom for masters students to network and pursue continued professional development through speakers and other activities.

Logistics Operations Management & Information Systems (LOMIS}
LOMIS encourages professional development while increasing exposure to Supply Chain & Operations Management and Information Technology professionals in the Greater Milwaukee area. LOMIS provides guest speakers, industry visits, volunteerism, professional development, career fair preparation, networking events, and many other activities.

National Association of Black Accountants (NABA)
NABA provides students with the opportunity to build interpersonal, networking, business and leadership skills. Regular meetings include networking events that provide students with the opportunity to gain valuable experiences with managers from the accounting firms, as well as industry HR managers.

Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM)
SHRM promotes unlimited education, advances professional growth, develops leadership skills, and provides networking opportunities with Human Resources Professionals in order to achieve a better understanding of Human Resources as a career.

Sports Business Association (SBA)
SBA informs business students of the sports industry through hands-on activities and speakers, and provides a unique atmosphere where students can develop skills for their selected major and have the opportunity to discover new career options within the sports industry.

Student Investment Club (SIC)
The Lubar School’s Student Investment Club provides each member with a broad understanding of the financial markets through frequent meetings and interactions with investment practitioners. It also provides opportunities for members to gain valuable experience through actual investment management activities in real-time and web-based mock investment contests.

Women in Business (WIB)
Women in Business is a community for career- and academically-driven women that provides resources and opportunities for members, and empowers women in the business community. Activities include networking and career development events, professional speaker events, community outreach and volunteer activities, social events for members, and annual fundraising.

Check out more information on the student clubs and organizations that are available to you at UWM!