Student Organizations

Student Organizations

Accounting Society

accounting

Mission-Statement: To provide to all majors, undergraduate and graduate, information on the accounting profession.

Activities

  • Monthly meeting with presentations by local professionals.
  • Field trips to accounting organizations.
  • One social activity per semester.
  • Meet local employers.

Meeting Times and Location
First Thursday of the month @ 1:30 pm in COBA 323

Contact Information / Website
haduran@miners.utep.edu
http://organizations.utep.edu/acctsociety

American Marketing Association (AMA)

ama

Mission-Statement: To be a professional student organization by furthering the professional development of students through leadership, training, and involvement in the field of marketing.

Activities

  • Develop personal and professional marketing skills.
  • Build a marketing plan for local businesses and implement marketing activities in a real-world setting.
  • Attend a yearly National AMA Conference in New Orleans.

Meeting Times and Location
Tuesdays @3:00 pm in COBA 318

Contact Information
ama@utep.edu
facebook.com/amautepchapter

American Society for Quality (ASQ)

asq

Mission-Statement: Our mission is to provide student members with a better future while enjoying daily activities, in other words, “A Quality Life”. ASQ's goal is to supplement our members' education with practical knowledge of the business world and the Quality field. Our members will be tomorrow’s leaders and we want to help them gain an advantage over others by acquiring leadership experience that many employers expect.

Activities

  • Certification preparation
  • Article Presentation and Study
  • Attend monthly ASQ professional chapter meeting.

Meeting Times and Location
Third Wendsday of the month - contact us for location

Contact Information
isacesquivel@gmail.com
tobiasba2008@yahoo.com

Association of Information Technology Professionals (AITP)

aitp

Mission-Statement: To serve our members by delivering relevant technology and leadership education, research and information on current business and technology issues, and forums for networking and collaboration.

Activities

  • Building rich media once a year for a needed non-profit organization. We implement web design, video production, and social networking strategies to help them grow.
  • Attend AITP National Conference.
  • Present multiple workshops per semester.

Meeting Times and Location
Thursdays @ 4:30 PM in CALC Lab 3

Contact Information / Website
pcespinoza@miners.utep.edu
facebook.com/AITPMiners

Association for Operations Management (APICS)

apics

Mission-Statement: To build knowledge and skills in operations management professionals to enhance and validate abilities and accelerate careers.

Activities

  • Attend plant tours of local and out of town production facilities, such as Lockheed Martin Aeronautics and Dal Tile.
  • Attend El Paso APICS chapter’s monthly meetings.
  • Host Operations and Supply chain professionals to discuss different areas, such as globalization.

Meeting Times and Location
Thursdays @ 2:00 pm in the Texas Gas Student Center

Contact Information / website

Paulina Ochoa, Jose Almanza
utepapics@gmail.com
http://www.apics.org/membership/Join/student.htm

Association of Latino Professionals in Finance and Accounting (ALPFA)

alpfalogo

Mission-Statement: To create opportunities, add value, build relationships for its members, the community and its business partners while expanding Latino Leadership in the global workforce.

Activities

  • Engage in the mentoring program
  • Learn how to navigate a career fair
  • Build your network
  • Attend ALPFA convention
  • Engage in community service
  • Participate in national competitions

Meeting Times and Location
Wendsdays @ 2:00 PM in Texas Gas Center

Contact Information
yleonalvarez@miners.utep.edu

Beta Alpha Psi

BAP

Mission-Statement: To promote the study and practice of accounting, finance and information systems; provide opportunities for self-development, service and association among members and practicing professionals and encouraging a sense of ethical, social, and public responsibility.

Activities

  • Publish resume book for pledge members.
  • Meet local partners and CPA’s often.
  • Compete and participate at Regional and National Meeting.

Meeting Times and Location
Thursdays @ 1:30 pm  in COBA 323 Building

Contact Information / Website
baputep@gmail.com, auvalenzuela@miners.utep.edu,
facebook.com/BAPUtep

Business College Council (BCC)

Mission-Statement: The Business College Concil is an umbrella organization that is composed of representatives from each CoBA organization. The Business College Council (BCC) coordinates selected activities of all student organizations in the College of Business Administration. Its purpose is to promote professional and educational goals that benefit all business students.

Activities

  • Student Organization Fair
  • Student Appreciation Day
  • Pre-Commencement Ceremony

Meeting Times and Location
Council meetings are invitation only, Please contact Samantha at sjwells2@miners.utep.edu

Contact Information
businesscollegecouncil@gmail.com

Collegiate Entrepreneurs Organization (CEO)

ceo

Mission-Statement: Informs, supports, and inspires college students to be entrepreneurial and seek opportunity through enterprise creation.

Activities

  • Attend National CEO conference to learn about entrepreneurship.
  • Participate in Elevator Pitch Competition.
  • Work closely with PDNVC and STEM Challenge.

Meeting Times and Location
Tuesdays @ 2:30 pm in the Texas Gas Student Center Room 110V

Contact Information
cvillalobos4@miners.utep.edu

Delta Sigma Pi (DSP)

dsp

Mission-Statement: America’s foremost professional co-ed fraternity for men and women in business, organized to foster the study of business in universities; to encourage scholarship, social activity and the association of students for their mutual advancement by research and practice; to promote closer affiliation between the commercial world and students of commerce, and to further a higher standard of commercial ethics and culture and the civic and commercial welfare of the community.

Membership- Recruiting is in the first month of the semester. Pledges are admitted within that month and undergo an 8 week pledging process before they are admitted into the brotherhood.

Activities

  • Participate in four professional events per semester.
  • Participate in three community service projects per semester.
  • Represent our Gamma Phi chapter in the Leadership Excellence Academy for Deltasigs conference every semester.

Meeting Times and Location
Every other Monday @ 7:30 PM in COBA 309
Please RSVP to attend meeting

Contact Information / Website
dsputep@gmail.com
http://www.dspgammaphi.com/

Financial Management Association (FMA)

fma

Mission-Statement: To act as a liaison between students and the business community; provide opportunities for leadership, professional training, employment, and other professional development activities.

Activities

  • Manage an Invesotpedia account (virtual stock and options portfolio).
  • Updates on news in financial and economic world
  • Professional development events
  • Fundraising and community service events
  • Tours and shadowing of local companies
  • Attend FMA National Conference to learn about finance and local career opportunities
  • FMA Investors is an investments club that aims to become an independent association that will manage a portfolio comprised of capital invested in the major stock markets. This portfolio will be managed by students.

 

Meeting Times and Location
Wendsdays @ 3:00 PM in COBA 312

Contact Information
Fmautep7@gmail.com
organizations.utep.edu/fma

Global Engagement and Exchange Organization (GEEO)

GEEO

Mission-Statement: Global Engagement and Exchange Organization is an educational student organization at the University of Texas at El Paso offering its members the opportunity to foster relationships with companies in order to create internship opportunities. The organization offers its members the ability to apply their skills in the organization in order to become better candidates for the job market. Our members are interested in world issues, leadership, and management. GEEO takes pride in the network that enables students to engage in global exchange through international internships.

The organization offers its members the opportunities for a smooth transition to a professional mindset by having them participate in its business operations and offering internships around the world. After a member returns from an internship, he/she will teach new members from his or her experiences in order for future generations to be prepared for their internships.

Meeting Times and Location
Tuesdays@ 3:00 PM in the Texas Gas Student Center

Contact Information
https://minetracker.utep.edu/organization/geeoengage
kdurancaballero@miners.utep.edu

MBA Association (MBAA)

MBAA

Mission-Statement: The mission of the UTEP MBA Association is to enhance professional development opportunities by providing members with corporate engagements where academic skills are applied through peer leadership and project management in a culture of excellence.

Meeting Times and Location
Day/time TBD in UTEP Graduate Business Center
201 E. Main Drive, Chase Building Room 520
Please RSVP to attend meeting.

Contact Information
Sergio Robles
sarobles2@miners.utep.edu

Regional Economic Development Association (REDA)

reda

Mission-Statement: To improve the economic and political outlook of the Paso del Norte region.

Activities

  • Work closlely with regional business, political, and academic leaders on hands-on economic and community development projects.
  • Publish an online magazine featuring regional economic, political, and academic issues.
  • Organize conferences and forums to stimulate discussion and awareness of regional issues.

Meeting Times and Location
Thursdays @ 3:00 PM in the Texas Gas Student Center

Contact Information / Website
Mariana Schenk
regionalidentity.com

Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM)

shrm

Mission-Statement: To provide insightful and constructive experiences in the key areas of Human Resource Management and broaden our member's understanding of the field. In addition, we hope to expand our member’s network opportunities through attendance at weekly meetings, and participation at El Paso SHRM monthly meetings.

Activities

  • Holding monthly speaker meetings.
  • Continuing fiscal balance as a result of working at job fairs.
  • Participating in company tours and professional visits.
  • Helping with community activities.
  • Interacting with other student organizations.
  • Striving for and receiving the SHRM Superior Merit Award.

Meeting Times and Location
Wendsdays @ 2:00 PM in COBA 307

Contact Information / Website
Andres Carrasco

utep.shrm11@gmail.com
organizations.utep.edu/shrm

Women in Business Association

wba

Mission-Statement: To advocate equality for women in the workplace through awareness, activism, education and empowerment.

Activities

  • To develop experiences designed to develop skills in leadership
  • To provide members with an opportunity to meet accomplished business women.
  • Participate in activities to raise awareness and funds to fight breast cancer.
  • Organize annual Fashion Show

Meeting Times and Location
Thursdays @ 3:00 PM in COBA 304

Contact Information
yagonzalez3@miners.utep.edu


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