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Georgia Tech has numerous business student organizations that provide opportunities for you to obtain leadership experience in business-related extracurricular activities.

In these groups, you will also have the chance to build strong relationships with classmates, meet employers for job opportunities, and have fun. Below you'll find many of the groups that align to Scheller business students as well as information on how to connect with non-business related clubs and organizations! 

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Organization Contact Information:  

Advisor: Jennifer Evanuik Baird,  

Alpha Kappa Psi

Nation's largest and oldest co-ed business fraternity, recognized as the “premier developer of principled business leaders”.  Works to develop tomorrow’s business leaders on all facets of business through events for our members and the GT community.


Organization Contact Information:  

Advisor: Lauren McDow,  

Georgia Tech Marketing Association (GTMA)

GTMA is a marketing association composed of technically and creatively minded individuals at the Georgia Institute of Technology. It is a community of closely knit students pursuing their passion and interests in marekting, while blending professional network connecting Georgia Tech with Atlanta and national marketing industries. 


Organization Contact Information:  

Advisor: Michael Buchanan,  

Beta Gamma Sigma

Beta Gamma Sigma, an International Honorary Society in Business, is an internationally recognized organization.  Membership in Beta Gamma Sigma is the highest scholastic honor that a student in business and management can attain.  The society provides valuable benefits for members on campus and throughout their professional lives.  Beta Gamma Sigma members take advantage of the Society's programs as they advance throughout their career. Students must be invited to join Beta Gamma Sigma. Eligible students will receive an email invitation from Scheller in the spring semester. 

There is currently not an active Georgia Tech Chapter of Beta Gamma Sigma. 


Enterprise to Empower 

Enterprise to Empower is dedicated to promoting the idea of social entrepreneurship by educating and engaging students in the many different facets of our organization. Some of these include an annual career fair, monthly speaker series, venture incubation, company visits, high school outreach, and much more.


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Executive Round Table

Executive Round Table is open to all undergraduate Georgia Tech Students, and helps students develop communication skills and networks with many companies. 


Organization Contact Information:!contact/c3kh 

Undergraduate Financial Management Association

The FMA at Georgia Tech unites students who are interested in Finance, while also encouraging Finance as a field of study at Georgia Tech. Every year, we host guest speakers with experience in fields such as Commercial Finance, Investment Banking, Corporate Finance, M&A etc.  FMA also hosts an annual Stock Portfolio Challenge in the spring, as well as many other events on and off campus.

Website: Coming Soon!

Organization Contact Information: Coming Soon!

Advisor: Coming Soon!

Honorary Accounting Organization

Student-run organization comprised of students who have an active interest in the accounting profession. Active organization that provides numerous networking opportunities in accounting and finance with public accounting and corporations. 

Website: Coming Soon!

Organization Contact Information / Advisors: Jim Turner,  or Debby Turner,  

Management Information Systems Club

The MIS club was founded in the Scheller College of Business at Georgia Tech in 2013 to organize events that bring students of the ITM concentration and people from the community together in mutually beneficial ways. Its principle activities include organizing career-oriented events such as professional panels featuring speakers from the business world, and co-curricular activities such as IT business case workshops and competitions. The club is open to creating any kind of event that will benefit its members.


Organization Contact Information:  

Advisor: Mike Smith,

Scheller Business Ambassadors

Scheller Business Ambassadors are a dynamic team of leaders dedicated to serving the greater Georgia Tech College of Business community. By encouraging enthusiasm, commitment, and campus participation, ambassadors represent and promote the university to prospective students, guests, current students, and Alumni.  Ambassadors work under the supervision of the Undergraduate Office at the Scheller College of Business.  Their goal is to achieve the priorities set forth by Georgia Tech and the Scheller College of Business by creating a positive first and lasting impression. 

The Scheller Business Ambassadors hold formal recruitment each fall semester. 


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Scheller Society of Entrepreneurs

The Scheller Society of Entrepreneurs seeks to educate students, faculty, and alumni, as well as serve as a networking tool by connecting young entrepreneurs with their successful idols to gain intern/mentorships. This will be achieved via well planned and informative meetings/networking sessions with specific topics, lessons, and current events to discuss. The society seeks to recognize entrepreneurial efforts as well as inspire budding talent to make their innovative ideas come to fruition.

This organization is currently not active (no members, advisors, etc). If you are interested in making this organization active, please obtain a faculty/staff advisors, develop plans for the organization and contact Kristen Norris at

Society of Women in Business

It is our mission as Society of Women in Business (“SWiB”) to foster the empowerment of women in the workplace through establishment of corporate connections and escalation of business knowledge. As a powerful networking organization, SWiB has given its members the confidence and tools needed for them to succeed in an ever-changing and competitive business world. Our organization allows women to achieve their goals, think strategically, and emerge into the capable leaders who will flourish in all of their future endeavors, whatever they may be. We are the elite and the intelligent women of Georgia Tech and we are ready to excel in all that we do both professionally and personally.


Organization Contact Information:  

Advisor: Debby Turner,  

Student Development Board

The Student Development Board – a student volunteer organization established by the Scheller College of Business Office of Development – provides an opportunity for outstanding undergraduate students to serve as official hosts at events and engage donors through stewardship activities for the College.  The goal of the organization is to advance Georgia Tech’s mission through service to the Scheller College of Business Office of Development.


Organization Contact Information:  

Advisor: Jessica Wolff,  

GT Student Foundation & Investments Committee

The Georgia Tech Student Foundation (GTSF) awards grants to student organizations and students whose ideas or projects enhance Georgia Tech. Grants are funded from an endowment which presently totals over $1.2 million. Members of the GTSF are responsible for raising funds to increase the organization's endowment, overseeing a diverse portfolio in the stock market, allocating the interest and dividends to worthy student projects. Officially founded on January 26, 1986, the GTSF was created by a $100,000 contribution from the late J. Erskine Love Jr. ME '49. The GTSF is one of the few collegiate foundations in the country that is solely operated by students, including the development, investment, and allocation of funds.  Through its multiple committees, members of the Georgia Tech Student Foundation have the opportunity to develop and apply skills in leadership, public speaking, financial analysis and investing, logistics and operations, event planning, and marketing and communications.


Organization Contact Information: 

Advisor: Julie Palmer,

Student Foundation Investments Committee: The Investments Committee manages the endowment of the Georgia Tech Student Foundation. At over $1.2 million, it is the largest student-run philanthropic endowment in the nation.  The GTSF Investments Committee manages the portfolio, decides where to invest the endowment, and grows the endowment to enable more funding for student initiatives. Our mission statement is to increase the endowment’s value and spread the knowledge of finance amongst our peers. 


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Society of Human Resource Management (Atlanta Chapter)

Our mission is to emphasize the intersection of human capital strategy and leadership development within the overall business function. Benefits for you include: networking opportunities, learning about human capital trends and speaker events with human capital professionals. 

There is currently not an active Georgia Tech chapter. 

Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) Atlanta offers student memberships and professional development opportunities. 


Undergraduate Consulting Club

The UCC's mission is to increase awareness of the consulting industry within the Georgia Tech community, equip students with the skill set required to enter the industry and serve as the primary channel of communication between the Georgia Tech student body and firms in the consulting industry. 


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Non-Business Clubs & Organizations

Visit the Office of Student Involvement to:

  • search all 400+ of the student organizations at Georgia Tech
  • find helpful resources for running your organization or starting a new organization

Office of Student Involvement

For a full list of all clubs & organizations at Georgia Tech, visit Jacket Pages. 

Jacket Pages - All Organizations

Delta Sigma Pi

Delta Sigma Pi is a professional fraternity organized to foster the study of business in universities; to encourage scholarship, social activity and the association of students for their mutual advancement by research and practice; to promote closter affiliation between the commercial world and students of commerce, and to further a higher standard of commercial ethics and culture and the civc and commerial welfare or the community. 


Organization Contact:  

Advisor: Alan Flury,