The School of Business & Economics encourages all of our majors to
develop their knowledge and skills outside of traditional classroom settings by
joining one of our student organizations.
Sigma Alpha Pi
The National Society of Leadership and Success (Sigma Alpha Pi) is a
student organization devoted to developing students into successful leaders for
- 92% of society members landed the job of their choice upon graduation.
- 86% of members credit the Society with helping them land the job they
- Leadership training ranked as the second most important factor in hiring
decisions, trumped only by employee honesty.
- Leadership development is now considered by many top CEOs to be one of the
keys to success in the 21st century.
Society for Human Resource Management
Tentative topics and seminars:
- Practice Interviews
- Resume Workshop
- Internship Opportunities
- Networking Skills
- Ethical Decisions & Corporate Responsibility
- Labor Issues
- Benefits & Compensation
- Scholarship Opportunities
- Sponsored Annual Trip to Lambeau Field
- Local and State HR Meetings and Conferences
The purpose of the Economics Club at UWSP is:
- Providing educational
opportunities outside of the classroom relevant to the subject and field of
- Exploring career opportunities in economics and
- Providing a
governing body allowing students interested in economics and faculty to
For more information contact the Econ Club adviser Professor Scott Wallace
Student Finance Association (SFA)
The mission of the Student Finance Association is to help business students explore the various fields in the financial industry to help them grasp a better understanding of all the possible career paths upon graduation through various events and speakers. Since fall 2012, local business and financial leaders have provided students with presentations and insight into the world of finance, including career opportunities in financial planning, investments, corporate finance, and real estate. The association has experienced excellent growth since its inception.
For more information contact the SFA adviser Professor Kevin Bahr