Club of the Week: AMA

By Mary Woodbury
Special to The Comment
BSU American Marketing Association is a student-run organization that offers students the opportunity to learn necessary skills to prepare for a future in the professional business world.
We offer professional development through interaction with career services and help members to gain experience that will be useful in their pursuit of a career. We also fundraise and send members to our National Conference in New Orleans every year.
Members of the AMA can be sure to gain connections with students of similar interests, connections within the Riccardi College of Business, and valuable resume-building experience. We meet every Monday at 5 p.m. in Harrington 211.
Interested students are welcome to join us at a meeting any week! We welcome all majors on campus. Feel free to contact Charlie Frodigh (cfrodigh@student.bridgew.edu) or Mary Woodbury (mwoodbury@student.bridgew.edu) for more information.

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