Your education doesn’t only take place in the classroom. Join an SFU Beedie School of Business Sponsored Organization to develop team-building and leadership skills and
to grow amongst people who share your passions. SFU Beedie is home to more
than 10 student organizations, as well as a number of joint initiatives
supported by the Career Management Centre.
SFU Beedie School of Business Sponsored Organizations
Want to experience the world? AIESEC, the world’s largest student-run
organization, provides youth with international internship
opportunities. It is a platform for young people to work or volunteer
abroad, challenge their mindsets, develop their leadership skills, and
create a positive social impact on communities.
Accounting Student Association (ASA)
The SFU Accounting Student Association (ASA) initiates and maintains
fellowship between SFU students who are interested in the field of
accounting. We provide opportunities for networking with accounting
professionals and for students to gain real insight into the accounting
industry through various sponsored events.
Contact: email@example.com | Facebook | @SFUASA
Axis Consulting is a student-led pro-bono consultancy that unites emerging student leaders to realize their potential and help our clients elevate their capabilities.
We serve businesses and non-for-profits by researching and delivering operational strategies and work with our clients to tackle their most important challenges and identify their greatest opportunities. We are committed to providing an experiential dimension to your education by bringing diverse perspectives together on real consulting projects, skill-building workshops, and networking opportunities.
Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org | Facebook | @SFUAxisConsulting
Business Administration Student Society (BASS)
The Business Administration Student Society (BASS) is the Faculty
Student Union for SFU Beedie School of Business representing the 4,300
undergraduate business students studying at Simon Fraser University. Our
mission is to connect, empower, and inspire the next generation of
student leaders through quality run events and programs.
Contact: email@example.com | Facebook | @SFUBASS
BASS Mentorship Program (BMP)
The BASS Mentorship Program is a single semester jumpstart for first
year business students admitted directly to SFU Beedie School of
Business from high school. The BASS Mentorship Program focuses on the
relationship between mentor and mentee and builds this though fun and
competitive team activities at each of its four events. Our goal is to
help every first year gain the confidence and skills needed to thrive in
SFU Beedie School of Business.
Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org | Facebook | @BASSMentorship
CaseIT is an Organizing Committee consisting of SFU undergraduates ranging from a multitude of faculties. They plan and execute SFU Beedie School of Business’ annual international undergraduate business case competition with a strong Management Information Systems (MIS) focus, as well as a local Business Technology Management (BTM) case competition called PIVOT. Their international world-class competition is a forum where strong IT and business students from universities all around the world can showcase their skills in areas such as case and strategic IT analysis, teamwork, problem solving, and critical thinking to a panel of industry professionals.
Contact: email@example.com | Facebook | @CaseIT
Enactus SFU is a student-run organization that creates innovative
programs utilizing the triple bottom-line to better our surrounding
community. Part of a global family of over 60,000 students, across 1,600
teams in 38 countries, Enactus is an organization that dedicates itself
to bettering the world around us. We also run programs like SFU
Entrepreneur of the Year, which provides experienced and aspiring
student entrepreneurs with the skills and resources to make their dreams
a reality. Enactus is more than just a student organization; it is a
way of life.
At Enactus SFU, we dare to do.
Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org | Facebook | @EnactusSFU
SFU Finance Club is a not-for-profit, student-oriented organization
that brings together enthusiastic students in the field of finance. The
objectives of the organization are to initiate and maintain fellowship
between SFU students who are interested in the field of finance,
establish close ties between SFU and the Finance/Investment profession,
and assist in job search and career direction.
Advance Together At Finance Club.
Contact: email@example.com | Facebook | @SFUFinanceClub
Human Resources Students' Association (HRSA)
The Human Resources Students’ Association (HRSA) aims to bridge the
gap between the academic and professional worlds of Human Resource
Management. We provide a forum for students interested in HR to meet and
interact with their peers and professionals. HRSA provides members with
valuable networking opportunities, informative workshops presented by
industry professionals, and social events. The organization’s executives
are committed to providing a fun and friendly atmosphere while
providing as many resources to members as possible.
Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org | Facebook | @SFU_HRSA
Management Information Systems Association (MISA)
MIS is all about learning to live in two worlds: the world of
information technology and the world of business. The most important
skills are the ability to effectively communicate and translate business
and technical perspectives to people throughout an organization. Our
value as MIS trained professionals is derived from our ability to enable
business innovation and support organizational change.
Contact: email@example.com | Facebook | @SFU_MISA
JDC West brings together 600 students from twelve universities across
Western Canada, for a three-day competition, to compete in the areas of
academics, debate, athletics and social challenges. It gives business
students an opportunity to apply classroom knowledge to real world
business situations while enhancing networking, critical thinking
and leadership skills. After months of preparation, the ultimate goal
is to be named School of the Year.
Each year the SFU Captains select 48 highly spirited individuals with
a passion for self-improvement, an interest for expanding their
horizons and an aptitude for competition, to represent SFU Beedie School
Make the leap. Experience JDC West.
Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org | Facebook | @SFUJDCWest
Student Marketing Association (SMA)
The Student Marketing Association (SMA) is SFU’s creative and
innovative marketing-based student organization. We aim to foster a
dynamic learning environment by hosting a wide variety of events,
ranging from speaker series, agency tours, networking events, workshops
and charity fundraisers. Our goal is to connect SMA members with the
marketing industry and to complement relevant knowledge from the
classroom with real-world experiences relating to marketing professions.
Contact: email@example.com | Facebook | @SFUSMA
Young Women in Business (YWiB)
YWiB SFU is a Young Women in Business (YWiB) Network university
chapter that brings diverse, passionate SFU leaders together and focuses
primarily on mentorship, relationship-building and facilitated growth,
YWiB SFU provides relevant and constructive learning tailored to the
needs of SFU female leaders. YWiB SFU is created for any female student
who is looking to grow and learn. Despite our name Young Women in
“Business”, we aim to be inclusive by involving women from various
faculties. YWiB understands that all women, regardless of profession or
area of study, are in the business of creating their career.
Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org | Facebook | @YWiBSFU
Want to get involved with a club or organization, but not sure which one? Meet with a coordinator in the Student Engagement and Development Office to learn about involvement opportunities, or email email@example.com.