Apply your knowledge and expertise, develop skills for your resume, and make good friends by participating in a Daniels School student club! Serving in a student organization will challenge you to lead outside of the classroom.
Better understand the accounting profession and prepare yourself for the job search process.
The oldest and largest professional business fraternity both in the nation and at Purdue, AKPsi focuses on developing career skills.
Ascend is the largest nonprofit Pan-Asian organization for business professionals in North America. Domestic and international students will benefit from opportunities to connect with peers as well as develop professionalism.
Want to pursue a career as a Certified Fraud Examiner? Join ACFE to develop an understanding of the accounting fraud profession.
ALPFA’s mission is to create opportunities and build relationships for its members, the community and its business partners while expanding Latino leadership in the global workforce.
This group recognizes and promotes academic excellence in the accounting, finance, and information systems fields. If you are a financial information student, join to benefit from opportunities for self-development and association among members and practicing finance professionals.
The International Honor Society Beta Gamma Sigma encourages and honors academic achievement in the study of business.
If you wish to take your first steps in consulting and want to grow your professional skill set while working on real client projects, the BCG is for you. This STEM-focused group produces well-rounded industry consultants.
Connect with high school students and share your Purdue stories. Business Ambassadors are dedicated to helping prospective students find the experience they want at Purdue University and the Daniels School of Business.
This nonprofit organization provides pro bono consulting services to small businesses in college communities across America.
Develop professionally, give back to the community, and study business in universities by joining this fraternity.
The DLC Student Board exists to develop student leaders in the School of Business who plan, recruit for, and execute the Doster Leadership Conference. The conference is a professional development opportunity open to business students.
Interested in finance? FMA will help you understand the finance industry and equip you with the tools needed to succeed in your future finance career.
The goal of the Integrated Business and Engineering Society (IBES) is to foster a sense of community between IBE students and Industrial Management students through cooperative learning, professional development, social activities, and networking with faculty and alumni.
Explore the many facets of operations management and other areas of the supply chain. Gain a better understanding of what it takes to work in supply chain, and network with key companies.
Reach beyond classroom concepts and work directly with faculty, corporate recruiters, and Purdue’s Graduate Marketing Association. Market yourself to recruiters and industry professionals. Participate in marketing conferences, case competitions, marketing 360 events and more.
Consult with student organizations and Purdue administrative departments to advance the university by generating meaningful change. Add value by working with clients on solutions and building strong partnerships across campus.
Do you want to grow your network? Do you want to know more about real estate and how to get a job in the industry? PRES is about connecting you with your fellow peers, alumni, and industry professionals to help you use and grow your knowledge of real estate.
The School of Business Council serves as an advisory group representing the students of the School of Business. The council promotes a close relationship between students, faculty, and administration.
Work to establish, develop and maintain relationships with companies throughout the world in order to enhance the career and development opportunities available to the student body. Take on the responsibility of creating the very best career fairs.
This is the student chapter of the nationally recognized, professional organization SHRM. Explore the many facets of HR, discuss current issues in HR, and apply and expand your HR education through practical situations.
Serve the broad educational needs of minority students in the Daniels School of Business by establishing lines of communication between minority business students, business professionals, and the employment market. Assist the school in the recruitment of minority students.
Build a network with the goal of creating a world with more women leaders. Purdue University Women in Business empowers women with confidence to reach their potential, equips them with the skills necessary to be successful, and educates them on the barriers they may encounter in the workplace.