Business

Cocurricular Activities

College of Business Club logo

The College of Business Club (CBC) is designed to provide members with opportunities to develop leadership experiences; to provide exposure to business professions through presentations from guest speakers, both inside and outside the classroom; to provide a social organization for students to develop relationships with their peers as well as with prospective business partners and employers; and to relate what is learned in the classroom to the business world.

Students are eligible to join CBC immediately upon entering Manchester University, and the Club provides numerous opportunities for students to get involved.  A number of committees exist within the Club that provide interested students with many leadership opportunities.

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Marketing Committee

The Marketing Committee markets the activities of the College of Business Club through a portfolio of photographs, Club bulletin boards, and variety of advertising and other creative promotions.

Programming Committee

The Programming Committee organizes educational events to expose students to “real life” business issues.  For example, in 2015-2016, IRS Senior Field Agent Linda Porter spoke to the Club members in the fall, and Scott Sproat, Executive Vice President and Co-Owner of the Fort Wayne Komets, was the spring guest speaker.

Professional Development Committee

The Professional Development Committee assists club members in developing résumés and cover letters, and it has also organized a periodic “suit-up” event, taking students shopping for professional clothing.

Event Planning Committee

The Event Planning Committee develops informal club events to promote networking and socializing among club members, including a fall picnic to welcome new students and an annual holiday party.  The group has also organized trips to see professional athletic events including the Fort Wayne Komets and the Indiana Pacers.

roadside cleanup

Community Outreach Committee

The Community Outreach Committee develops events focused on supporting North Manchester and the surrounding communities by organizing volunteer activities for club members.  For example, the Club has adopted a section of State Road 13 that club members clean up each fall and spring.

The College of Business Club has something for everyone. Interested students should contact club President,  Blake Moore.