Marketing Student Organizations

College is more than just attending classes. It means meeting new people, exploring new options, growing in ways you never thought possible, and having a great time while doing it all.

A very important part of the successful student's business curriculum is Student Business Organizations. While each organization is unique, all of them share a few important benefits to you:

  • Growth of knowledge in your career area
  • Networking with professionals in the field
  • Added credibility to your resume
  • Social involvement

Below, you'll find the student organizations specifically related to Economics. You can also view the full list of all Seidman Student Organizations

Marketing Student Organizations

The American Marketing Association of Grand Valley is an award-winning, student-run organization aimed at helping GVSU students network professionally with their peers, make lifetime connections, and learn to market themselves and their skills to potential employers. We provide fun opportunities for students interested in marketing and business by hosting expert speakers, touring agencies, providing professional development workshops, participating in philanthropic events, and arranging club networking socials.

Membership Requirements: n/a
Faculty Co-Advisors: Steven Dahlquist & Kimberly Lowe
Email: ama[email protected]

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The purpose of this organization shall be to provide students the resources to effectively learn and engage in advanced selling techniques. These techniques will encompass the development of professional presentation skills, verbal and non-verbal communication, ethical sales practices, networking skills, and leadership in the field of professional selling. 

Membership Requirements: n/a
Faculty Co-Advisors: Vivek Dalela & Mark Kubik
Phone: (616) 331-7495
Email: [email protected]

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The Seidman Supply Chain Management Association is a student organization focused on providing opportunities to students interested in Supply Chain Management and Operations. The organization hosts a variety of events for students including plant tours, guest speakers, professional development meetings, networking events, and recruiting events. We also participate in volunteer work and supply chain management case competitions throughout the school year. The opportunities we provide give members the edge they need to launch themselves into a successful career within Supply Chain Management or Operations.

Faculty Co-Advisors: Lori Koste, Associate Professor and Vivek Dalela, Associate Professor
Email: [email protected]

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