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Association of Business Process Management Professionals (ABPMP)

Open to:

Graduate students

ABPMP Philadelphia is a chapter of the Association of Business Process Management Professional (ABPMP). ABPMP is a non-profit, vendor independent professional organization dedicated to the advancement of business process management and process transformation concepts and its practices. ABPMP Philadelphia conducts speaker events on Widener's campus and supports student participation by allowing free admission and membership to students. Students have the opportunity to network with industry professionals and learn about process transformation and analytics deployments in organizations.

Beta Aphi Psi - Intl Honor Society for Financial Information Students & Professionals

Open to:

Undergraduate students

Beta Alpha Psi is an international honors organization for accounting, finance, and information systems students and professionals. It provides opportunities for development of technical and professional skills; participation in community service; and interaction among students, faculty, and professionals. Our chapter holds two induction ceremonies a year, and inductees are invited to meet and learn from industry speakers and attend networking events.

Beta Gamma Sigma (BGS)

Open to:

Undergraduate seniors and graduate students

Beta Gamma Sigma is the International Honor Society of AACSB accredited Business Programs Recognizing Business Excellence. Both senior undergraduates and graduate students achieving high academic performance are invited to join Beta Gamma Sigma. There is an annual induction ceremony every spring semester during Honors Week.

Health Care Management (HCM) Alumni Association

Open to:

Graduate students

The HCM Alumni Association organizes events and activities to accomplish the following objectives: (1) To foster community building and networking. (2) To highlight the achievements of HCM alumni regionally, nationally, and globally. (3) To support and engage current students and to promote the health care management program as a leader in health care management education. (4) To serve as a resource and hub of expertise for healthcare professionals.

Money Club

Open to:

Undergraduate students

The Money Club is responsible for managing the student managed investment fund. Students serve as portfolio managers who monitor the fund’s performance and make buy and sell recommendations to members of an investment committee. Club members travel to Wall Street, visit Philadelphia to see the Stock Exchange, and network with professionals to learn best practices in finance.

Pennsylvania Institute of Certified Public Accountants (PICPA)

Open to:

Undergraduate students

The accounting program has a long-standing relationship with the Pennsylvania Institute of Certified Public Accountants (PICPA). Students who attend meetings of this professional organization are offered free student memberships. Membership is open to all School of Business Administration students.

Phi Sigma Epsilon (PSE)

Open to:

Undergraduate students

Pi Sigma Epsilon is the only national, professional fraternity for marketing, sales, and management. As a member of PSE, students enjoy a national awards and scholarship program, national speakers, competitions, career fairs, and national conventions. Meet-and-greet events are offered on campus during which students learn how to network, how to talk in public, and how to negotiate for a job.

Student Sports Network

Open to:

Undergraduate students

Our sport management students can join the Student Sport Network. Students invite executives, authors, and athletes from the sports industry for a biannual speaker series and have the opportunity to work game days for area teams like the Philadelphia Eagles and the Flyers. Many students perform community service activities with tie-ins to sports and become leaders in the community.

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The Accounting Society

Open to:

Undergraduate students

A student chapter of IMA, this student-led club is designed primarily for undergraduate accounting majors and business undecided students. Students may join in their freshman year. The club sponsors speaker meetings where accounting professionals (many of whom are Widener alumni) talk about the opportunities and options in the accounting profession.