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Clubs & Organizations
The College of Business is affiliated with many different student clubs, organizations and business fraternities. To learn more visit the Clubs & Organizations page.
The College of Business has partnered with the Economic Club of Florida (ECF) to provide our graduate students the opportunity to connect with the club to further their networking opportunities. Established in 1977, the Economic Club of Florida is recognized as an important forum for distinguished speakers on issues facing us today. Membership includes nearly 400 of the “Who’s Who” of the Capital City and includes both well-established and up-and-coming professionals. Each month a small group of MBA students are selected to attend luncheon meeting and activities of the club, where they interact with leaders in Tallahassee and hear professionals present on a variety of issues affecting today’s business environment.
Local Business Shadowing
The Local Business Shadowing program links top students with business professionals in the Tallahassee area. The program gives students a chance to interact with business professionals in their working environment giving students insight into their chosen field and the opportunity to learn more about a career path or industry they may not have previously considered. Shadowing experience can be as short as one hour or up to one business day in length. Host companies set the date and length of the shadowing experience.
Lunch with a Rotarian
Sponsored by the Rotary Club of Tallahassee, this program is available to juniors, seniors and graduate students and provides networking opportunities with successful professionals in the students’ fields of interest, as well as for career exploration. Valuable opportunities have developed from program pairings in the past, including job and internship opportunities with local businesses. To be eligible to participate, resumes must be critiqued and approved by a faculty member or an FSU Career Center advisor before they are uploaded to the SLC database.
Peer Connect Mentoring Program
This dynamic program links incoming business students with juniors and seniors knowledgeable about the College of Business. Throughout the semester, mentors and mentees communicate at least once a week. Mentors offer valuable guidance in an effort to help incoming student navigate through the College of Business and make the most out of their college career. Mentors represent all business areas within the college and are selected based on their qualifications. This program is offered in both the fall and spring semester and is highly recommended.
Professional Mentorship Program
The Professional Mentorship Program connects students to successful College of Business alumni and friends. Students and mentors interact under this structured program for one semester, during which they communicate at least 30 minutes a week for a seven-week period. Mentors provide encouragement and insight on career development, personal growth and challenges in the workplace.
This program is offered in the fall and spring, with applications being accepted the first few weeks of each semester. All selected applicants must attend an orientation session prior to the start of the program to participate.
Student Leadership Council (SLC)
The Student Leadership Council (SLC) serves as a liaison between the College of Business Board of Governors, the Dean's Office, alumni of the College of Business and the College of Business Student Body.
The Council is composed of discipline-specific, exemplary business students with the purpose of advancing the College of Business to preeminent status in alignment with the vision of the Dean and the Board of Governors. The SLC assists with administration of mentoring programs, faculty-student networking events, and other student-focused initiatives.
To be considered for membership, students must:
- Be a declared major within the College of Business
- Have completed at least one semester of study as a business student
- Be able to serve on the council for a minimum of three consecutive semesters, if selected and
- Maintain a minimum GPA of 3.5.
Wall Street Prep Program
Each spring, a financial and valuation modeling seminar is conducted at Florida State University by Wall Street Prep. Taught by former investment bankers with applied expertise in financial and valuation modeling methodologies, the seminar bridges the gap between academics and the real world to equip students with the practical financial skill set they need to excel during the recruiting process and on the job.
Any student pursuing internships and/or full-time positions in investment banking, corporate finance, private equity, portfolio management, business development, capital markets and equity and credit research should attend this seminar. The cost of this seminar is $199. Every student who applies for this program will be considered for a scholarship to cover this fee.
- Two days of live training
- Extensive materials - comprehensive manuals and robust and reusable Excel model templates
- 6-month access to Crash Course in Excel online module ($39 value)
- 6-month post-seminar online access to Financial & DCF Modeling modules ($249 value) covered during the seminar
- 6-month e-mail access to Support Team, comprised of former finance professionals, whom students can contact with follow-up questions