Students in Capilano University’s School of Business are given the opportunity to get involved and become a part of the school’s very active student and alumni associations. Getting involved in a student association gives you an opportunity to connect
with your peers and forge relationships, and to learn and meet industry leaders through organized networking and social events. Students who join associations are able to apply the skills learned in class, develop leadership skills through organizing student events and initiatives, or pursue aspects of
business you haven’t had the chance to cover in your education yet. Getting involved with Capilano’s business student associations means you’re building your network right from the get go—and having fun while you’re at it.
Some events put on by Capilano business associations include
Suit Up, which brings together faculty, alumni and students for the first networking event of the academic year.
Creating Connections takes place in the spring and it is an annual networking event attended by over 200 Capilano students and reps from KPMG, BC Hydro, ICBC and others.
BUSINESS STUDENT ASSOCIATIONS:
Capilano University Business Enterprise of Students
CUBES at Capilano University is a student-run organization advancing the social, academic and professional experience of School of Business students. The organization focuses on enhancing the campus experience by creating opportunities to learn, lead and
Capilano Accounting Association
The Capilano Accounting Association is for students who are pursuing a career in accounting and/or finance. The association connects fellow students with accounting and finance professionals and offers networking and informative events, academic support, opportunities to volunteer and to connect with national and regional firms. Visit the association’s
Capilano Case Competition Association
The Capilano Case Competition Association is for students who are interested in participating in case competitions. Case competition are great way to enrich your business studies and put ideas into practice.
Capilano Finance Association
The Capilano Finance Association seeks to create opportunities for students desiring to be involved in the financial sector equal access to opportunities that allow them a competitive edge, network and support group they can utilize for the rest of their careers. Stay connected by
following us on Facebook: facebook.com/CapilanoFinanceAssociation.
Capilano HR Management Association
The Capilano HR Management Association is a student-led organization that offers opportunities for networking and professional development in the field of Human Resources Management for Capilano School of Business students.
Capilano University International Business Association
The International Business Association is a student-run organization at the Capilano University School of Business, its goal is to promote global thinking and to provide students with engaging and educational opportunities in the field of International Business.
Capilano University Marketing Association (CAPUMA)
The Capilano University Marketing Association aims to be a leader for Capilano business students in marketing resources, industry professionals and community engagement, and provides opportunities to unite students and industry professionals. CAPUMA is now formally aligned as a student chapter of the
American Marketing Association. Visit the CAPUMA's
University Business Alumni Chapter
The Capilano University Business Alumni Chapter consists of all holders of degrees, diplomas or certificates from Capilano University’s School of Business.
Capilano University Alumni Association
The Capilano University Alumni Association is for all alumni of Capilano University.
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