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Student Organizations

Accounting Club
The Kutztown Accounting Club exists to promote relationships between students, faculty and accounting professionals. The goals of the club are to provide interested students with information on the accounting profession and current opportunities, to prepare them for successful careers and to send them into the world as fully equipped accounting professionals.

Applied Investment Management (AIM)

The AIM Association is a department-sponsored organization open to all students who want to learn about investing.  The Association holds bi-weekly meetings in deFran and conducts an investment competition using Stock-Trak.  At the end of the semester, prizes will be awarded to students based on portfolio performance.  Any student regardless of major, who might be interested in a career in money management, personal financial planning, or security analysis will benefit from involvement in the association.

American Marketing Association (AMA)
The main goal of KU AMA is to provide an important platform for students to grow both personally and professionally. We encourage our members to get involved in multiple fundraising events that facilitate exposure to the marketing world. This includes guests speakers, webcasts, conferences and trips to many fun places.

American Advertising Federation (AAF)
Through an exciting advertising campaign competition, the AAF works diligently on a specified advertising task which is presented in New York City in April. During the experience, students will learn a great amount about developing and implementing an efficient advertising campaign.

Entrepreneurship Club
The Entrepreneurship Club (formerly known as Students In Free Enterprise) is open to all students, regardless of major. The purpose of the club is to help foster an entrepreneurial mindset across campus and to give students the opportunity to interact with other students, student entrepreneurs, faculty and successful small business owners (entrepreneurs) from the area, region and nationally. The club will focus on activities that encourage and support entrepreneurship, as well as assist with events sponsored by the Entrepreneurial Leadership Center at KU. This is the club for students who have thought about starting their own business or are interested in the opportunity to get to know and/or be mentored by important business leaders. Facebook 

Financial Management Association Student Chapter
Financial Management Association Student Chapter is a student-run organization that offers many benefits to members. Some benefits are resume building, networking, career information sessions and more. Activities included are having potential employers come to speak with the group to give advice about possible career choices, fundraising, and discussion of current events/issues in the finance field. It is easy to join; look for the flyers around DeFran for posted meetings. If a student is interested in an active role, they should seek out one of the current officers.

Personal Finance Planning (PFP)

Sport, Leisure Athletic Management Club (SLAM)
Sport, Leisure and Athletic Management (S.L.A.M) is an undergraduate student-directed organization which is comprised of students majoring in Leisure and Sports Studies. This club exists to provide LSS major students with the opportunity to gain experiences in various areas of the sports industry. SLAM hosts various volunteer activities and club events that raise awareness not only throughout the campus but also the community as a whole. Through keynote speakers, members of the club are also offered opportunities to learn about different sports industries and to network with practitioners in the field.

Supply Chain Management & Logistics Club
The Supply Chain Management & Logistics Club provides business students who are interested in supply chain management and/or logistics an opportunity to meet with other students who express their same interests. Members of the club regularly hold meetings to discuss current news relating to SCM. Members can also gain information about Supply Chain Management by attending club events including question and answer sessions with guest speakers, fundraisers, and trips to local logistics companies. The Supply Chain Management & Logistics club hopes to attract students who plan to pursue the Supply Chain Management Certificate offered by the KU business administration department; however, all business students within the business department, regardless of specialization, are welcome.