Clubs & Organizations

imgFCMBusnNMiamiClubsOrgs170x150JWU's North Miami Campus offers a variety of clubs to expand your business skills, participate in competitions and, of course, to just have fun. Opportunities abound for you to become involved in a club or organization that suits your interests.

Guidelines for starting a new organization are outlined in the JWU Student Handbook. For more information, please contact the Office of Student Activities.

Here is a partial list of the recognized, active clubs and organizations at the North Miami Campus.

Accounting Association provides educational enhancement through monthly meetings, topical speakers, and information resources. Members receive hands-on experience preparing taxes for the JWU staff, faculty, and students, as well for the general public through the Volunteer Income Tax Assistant (VITA) program. Advisor: Sergio Varona

Criminal Justice Association provides awareness of the criminal justice industry, is an excellent way for students to get hands-on experience and develop leadership skills. Advisor: Enid Conley

Delta Epsilon Chi assists its members in their growth and development. It also helps them to develop a respect for education in marketing, which will contribute to occupational competence and career success. Advisors: Jack Rose, Joanne Leoni

Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) Advisor: Richard Ederr

Fashion Runway Exclusive Style House (FRESH) Advisor: Jack Rose

International Community aims to unite students from all backgrounds and provide them with social and networking opportunities, including international festivals, food and culture evenings, movie outings and road trips. Contact: Maggie Jordan

Million Dollar Minds focuses on entrepreneurship and business-related activities.

Phi Beta Lambda (FBLA) provides opportunities for college students to develop vocational competencies for business and office occupations

Society for Advancement of Management (SAM) assists in communicating the practice of professional management through the interaction of students, faculty, and practicing managers. The major focus each year is to send students to the annual Management Seminar. Advisor: Tom E. Dwyer

Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) is one of the world’s largest professional associations dedicated to human resources management. The JWU chapter focuses on creating networking opportunities for students with industry professionals. Advisors: Martin Felix, Leilani Baumanis

If you’re interested in starting a new club on campus, contact Student Activities at 305-892-5363. For more information visit Student Activities