Becoming involved with a business-related campus club is a good way to meet people in your major and learn about business. Not to mention, it helps enhance your resume. Campus clubs also provide opportunities to network with professionals and professors in business fields, which can lead to internships and employment after graduation. Volunteering or running for an officer position within a club can provide even more valuable experiences and further enhance your resume. If your school does not have a club related to an area you are interested in, start one. Establishing your own club is excellent for your resume and helps others with similar interests have a place to meet.
Most universities have a variety of campus clubs related to business. For instance, there are campus clubs for financial managers, international business professionals, entrepreneurs, accountants, etc. Visit your campus’s student services office to see a list of your school’s clubs, and also to find information on starting your own club.