The Raj Soin College of Business offers a variety of student-lead organizations to help you explore careers in business. Each club determines its own objectives and activities for members. By participating in one or more clubs, you will meet professionals who are already successful in their business careers and network with students who are majoring in an area of business that might be of interest to you.
- Develop Your Leadership Potential
- Set Yourself Apart in the Job Market
- And Meet New Friends and Colleagues
By taking on an officer position, you demonstrate to future employers that you have proven leadership and organizational skills. And you can make life-long friends during college and beyond.
Explore and join one or more of the following clubs today. All clubs are open to all Wright State students regardless of your major.
All Business Clubs
|Accountancy Club||Brandon Yanak||James Greenspan|
|Association of Black Business Students||Marlese Durr|
|Economics Club||Isaiah Hill||Zdravka K. Todorova|
|Finance Club||Jon Mahilo||Bill Wood|
|Human Resources & Management Club||McKenzie McElroy||Brian Lyons & Melissa Gruys|
|International Business Club||Marine Camille Lamquin||Riad Ajami & Monica Snow|
|Management Information Systems Club||Cody Farley||Kevin Duffy|
|American Marketing Assoc. Student Club
Learn more about membership and mentorship programs
|Jared Holloway||Kendall Goodrich (Fall Semester) & Wakiuru Wamwara-Mbugua (Spring Semester)|
|Supply Chain Management Club||Michael Wilson||Dwight Smith-Daniels|
|Wright Financial Path||Bill Wood|
American Marketing Assoc.
The American Marketing Association (AMA) Bridge Program offers AMA memberships at a highly reduced fee for three years for young professionals who were members of their local AMA student chapter. The AMA Mentorship Program pairs students and local marketing professionals in a highly valuable professional mentoring program. Application forms and instructions are listed below.
Download: Mentorship Registration Form (DOC)
For additional information contact Dr. Charles Gulas, Marketing Club Adviser.
The Raj Soin College of Business Finance Club exists to create opportunities for students interested in Finance and Financial Services to develop career and social awareness, professionalism, leadership skills, and industry contacts. This is accomplished through presentations, field trips, community service, and other activities. We also seek to establish an ongoing presence at WSU and in the community.
Watch for Winter Semester dates
All meetings are at 9 a.m. in the Raj Soin Trading Room, Rike 167. There will be a resume workshop held the last meeting week, date and time TBA.
- Chris McGraw, CFA - Robert Half Management Resources
- Michael R Scott , CFA - President, Dayton CFA Society
- Dave Crusey - CFO, DP&L
- Tom Mangan, JIR
- John Borchers, Merrill Lynch
- Teresa Marrinan, DPL, Inc.
- Julie Smallwood, EBS
- Learn More About Finance
- Expand Our Cultural Experiences
- Practice our abilities in finance in the real world
- Raise Enough Funds to Take a Study Trip To New York
It is our sincere hope that this three-pronged approach will help our students grow into well-rounded employees for the Dayton community and beyond.
New York Study Trip - The 2010-2011 Finance Club is planning a four-day Study Trip to New York City. Some of the places we have visited include:
- American Express
- Merrill Lynch
- The United Nations
- The New York Landmarks
- The New York Theater
We gladly welcome suggestions and input from the Dayton business community to further enhance our New York experience. Suggestions could be forwarded to any of the officers who appear on the back page of this brochure.
We'd Like to Help - If your company would like to support the Finance club, please complete and return the Finance Company Sponsorship Form (PDF).
International Business Club
Our mission as the International Business Club is to serve those students of Wright State University who share a common interest in international business. We strive to accomplish this goal through the education of students in cultural awareness and global business issues through: Providing networking opportunities through seminars. Sponsoring guest speakers. Organizing field trips such as company tours and public conferences. Volunteering our services to the community.
- International Business Club: $20
- Miami Valley International Trade Association: $20
- Both: $30
Miami Valley International Trade Association (MVITA)
The Miami Valley International Trade Association (MVITA) is a volunteer organization that focuses on promoting international trade, both exporting and importing in the Miami Valley. It supports regional Miami Valley businesses in their pursuits to buy and sell products and services internationally.
Apply for two $500 International Business Scholarships
If you haven't applied for the Miami Valley International Trade Scholarships, please do so as soon as possible.
Download: Application Form (DOC)
|Name||Officer Position||Committee Chair|
|Irene Pattersonfirstname.lastname@example.org||Vice President|
|Sabrina Chandleremail@example.com||Co-Marketing Director|
|Mahmoud Wahdanfirstname.lastname@example.org||Co-Director of Inter-Club Relations||Guest Speakers|
|Amber Cumbeeemail@example.com||Co-Marketing Director||Business Field Trips|
|Kaleigh Hayesfirstname.lastname@example.org||Community Service|
|Andi Hoddeemail@example.com||Co-Director of Inter-Club Relations|