Undergraduate Business Clubs and Student Organizations

The National Society of Leadership and Success (NSLS)

The NSLS is the largest and only accredited collegiate leadership development program in the United States. Our NSLS chapter at Lewis University was started in 2020. Our local chapter is part of the national organization with more than 800 chapters and over two million members.

Students are selected based on exemplary academic achievement and leadership potential. As of 2023, we have 2439 members who have access to:

  • More than $400,000 in annual scholarships and awards
  • An exclusive NSLS online job board
  • A personalized letter of recommendation

The NSLS leadership development program teaches interpersonal skills that employers seek to give you an edge in the job market. Hear directly from current members as they share how their experience has changed their lives.

These are some of the benefits you can take advantage of as a member:

  • Learn from former Presidents, celebrities, entrepreneurs, and other global leaders in exclusive Speaker Broadcasts.
  • Meet new friends and make lifelong connections on campus and online.
  • Overcome challenges with success coaches and shortcut your path to success.

Visit the NSLS website to learn more about us.

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Accounting Club Lewis UniversityThe Accounting Club at Lewis University offers students a remarkable opportunity to enrich their academic and professional journey by learning, networking, and engaging. By joining the Accounting Club, students connect with prominent professional organizations, gain insights from industry experts, and acquire practical skills that enable them to pursue fulfilling career paths. Additionally, the Club creates a cooperative environment where students gather to share ideas and experiences, associate and collaborate with each other, and help each other grow.

To achieve these objectives, the Accounting Club organizes various activities such as arranging social gatherings, hosting guest speakers, conducting workshops and training sessions, assisting students in getting their CPA certification, facilitating networking events, visiting accounting firms, attending national conferences, and collaborating with accounting firms to offer mentorship, internships, and job opportunities. For more information, please contact the Accounting Club’s faculty advisor, Mr. Iyad Rock at irock@lewisu.edu.

American Marketing Association

With hundreds of college campus chapters throughout the United States, the American Marketing Association (AMA) brings together more than 12,000 students, and provides them with access to support, career assistance and educational resources to assist them in the classroom and beyond, including:

  • Marketing News. AMA Collegiate Members receive eight print issues annually, and can access all 26 issues and archives online.

  • MarketingPower.com and the AMA Member Resource Center. Providing the kind of marketing information you can access every day.

  • Collegiate Connection. This quarterly newsletter features articles from recent college graduates, industry updates, career development information, and chapter management articles and tips. Available to members online.

  • AMA Career Center. Job postings, resume assistance, helpful articles. You can find this and more in the Career Center.

Collegiate membership is for full-time students only, who are not employed full-time. Annual dues are $39. For more information visit www.ama.org

College of Business Student Advisory Board

The College of Business Student Advisory Board is comprised of students representing various majors within the College of Business. The purpose of the Board is to provide student feedback to the Dean on current College of Business issues, aid in the selection process of various awards, and improve student services provided by the College of Business. Each year at least one representative from the Student Advisory Board is selected to sit on the College of Business Executive Advisory Board, which is made up of top executives from the Chicagoland area.

Collegiate Entrepreneurs' Organization (CEO)

CEO is the premier global entrepreneurship network serving more than 20,000 students through 400 chapters at colleges and universities. The Lewis chapter of CEO is a student-led organization that fosters interest in the field of entrepreneurship. Its focus is to inspire, connect, and support students to succeed as entrepreneurs. CEO offers mentoring relationships, activities for entrepreneurship development, and experiential learning through competitions.

Delta Mu Delta

Delta Mu Delta is a business honor society that recognizes and encourages academic excellence of students at ACBSP accredited colleges and universities to create a community that fosters the well-being of its individual members and the business community through life-time membership. Mu Alpha chapter of Delta Mu Delta was founded in 2011 to recognize the accomplishments of Lewis College of Business students. Membership is by invitation only after verification of scholastic qualifications of the eligible students. Juniors, seniors, and graduate students who are in the top 20% of their class in cumulative average grades receive invitations for the annual induction ceremony. For more information please visit www.deltamudelta.org.

Delta Sigma Pi

As a professional business fraternity, we focus on personal and professional growth as well as networking during collegiate years. Many of our events help prepare our Brothers for their careers in the professional world. During college, members also enjoy Brotherhood and lifelong friends. Brotherhood then extends far beyond college into alumni years. For more information contact Robert Bergman or visit https://www.deltasigmapi.org/.

Investment Club

The Investment Club is an educational workshop that fosters students' interests in financial markets, develops financial literacy among members, and allows its participants to experiment with new ideas in real time. The club provides ambitious students the opportunity to turn financial knowledge into financial hypotheses through the management of a diversified portfolio with assets of more than $350,000. Our vision is to educate members in the fundamentals of fiscal responsibility. For more information, please contact the Investment Club's faculty advisor, Dr. Yinan Ni at yni@lewisu.edu.

Women in Business Club

Women In Business

Mission Statement
The Women in Business club at Lewis University provides support, inclusion, and empowerment to our diverse undergraduate and graduate student population. Through education and experience, we aim to prepare future business leaders to be successful both personally and professionally.

Reach out to us for information and to join!
Email: LewisWIB@gmail.com
Instagram: lewisuwib

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