Get Involved-Opportunities & Resources
- Business Leaders of Tomorrow
- Adam Smith Club
- Phi Beta Lambda
- Omicron Delta Kappa
- Sigma Beta Delta
Internships are voluntary, but are encouraged. Students who chose to do an internship can receive 3-hours of course credit through BADM 490. Students who become interns often work in a variety of areas including: marketing firms, finance, state and local government, marketing, human resource management, sales, and international relations. Students are able to obtain practical working experience to strengthen their resumes for full-time employment after graduation.
Resources for Students
New Student Forum – first semester orientation course for all new students; assigned a student mentor; small group activities; development of cognitive, communication, and Campbell community goals.
Young Women in Transition – one year mentoring program for female students. Students are mentored one to one with a female business executive from the regional community
Current Business Issues – special first year course for academically outstanding freshmen; discussion of current issues with peers, faculty, and staff.
Business Skills Development – emphasis is given to time management and goal setting for students who wish to further their student-business professional relationship.
Retention Office – emphasizes personal and academic support and advisement for students of the Lundy-Fetterman School of Business.