Friday, September 10, 2010

Get Involved: Club Activities Begin

I greatly enjoyed spending yesterday afternoon at the Wake Forest University Schools of Business Club Expo. In addition to getting a great roster of volunteers for the student blog, it was encouraging to see so many students involved in organizational activities such as the International Students Association, Finance Club and Graduate Christian Business Fellowship. Truly there is an organization or club tailored for every student this year!

It’s not too late to volunteer for the blog. If interested email me at

I am also going to post a few updates I have received on upcoming kick-off events for several clubs. Let me know if you have a club activity planned … I will do what I can to get the word out!


Wake up and get ready to cheer on the demon deacons at the second tailgate of the year ... sponsored by the Marketing, Consulting and Accounting Clubs: Sat., Sept. 11, 10 am - noon at the BB&T Stadium Parking Lot.

Bojangle’s chicken & biscuits are sure to wake you up! Water, orange juice and soft drinks! Cornhole and other games!


Wake Graduate Women in Business would like to welcome everyone to another great year! Please join us for the WGWIB Kickoff next Wed., Sept. 15. We will begin with a short meeting at 5 pm in Room 1102 followed by snacks, dessert, and drinks in the Worrell Courtyard from 5:30-6:30. Please feel free to stop by, grab a snack, mix and mingle with your fellow Wake Forest women!

WGWIB is committed to empowering female students through mentorship and social support, as well as helping female students gain the skills and training needed to successfully position themselves in the highly competitive workplace.


Interested in joining the Strategy & Consulting Club, but missed us at the Club Fair? No worries. You can still come and join at our Kickoff Meeting, which will be held Tues., Sept. 14, from 3:30-4:30 pm in Room 1109. Faculty advisor Ram Baliga will give a brief introduction of the strategy and consulting field.

If you are interested in becoming a member, first year leader, or just want to learn more about a career in consulting or strategy, you won’t want to miss this meeting.

The Strategy & Consulting Club assists students in gaining employment within the strategy and consulting arenas by exposing club members to industry leaders, providing networking opportunities with alumni, professionals, and friends of the Schools of Business and increasing awareness of the quality of club members.

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