Links and Contacts

School of Business Activities

The Entrepreneur Club  

Collegiate DECA

Networking Club

Endicott College Investment Club (ECIC)

Business Honor Society

A strong line up of extra-curricular activities within the Gerrish School of Business provide you with opportunities to get involved outside of class and polish leadership skills that are critical to personal and professional growth.

Gerrish School of Business sponsored activities includes:

The Entrepreneur Club
The Entrepreneur Club gives you the opportunity to learn more about entrepreneurship and business ownership.  Activities of the club include welcoming local and national entrepreneurial guest speakers, volunteering within the community, and participating in business plan competitions. The club’s ‘pitch deck’ events pop up around campus when you least expect it, so keep an eye out!

Faculty Advisor
Deirdre Sartorelli

Endicott College Investment Club (ECIC) Endicott College Investment Club Logo
As a member of the Investment Club, you can develop skills in investment research, portfolio strategy, communication and marketing. The club participates in contests and trips, and manages their own portfolio using real money provided by the College. Members of the Business faculty are available to mentor student leaders with an interest in this area. 

Faculty Advisor
Robert Chambers



Collegiate DECA
The collegiate division of DECA provides members with professional development opportunities in which to grow and move forward as prospective marketing, international business, entrepreneurial and management leaders. Activities include community service and fundraising projects, state and national competitions, leadership training institutes and recognition ceremonies. 

Faculty Advisor
Aileen Torrance

Networking Club

In today’s world it's not only who you know but who knows you. Members of the Endicott College Networking Club actively attend events, gatherings, panel discussions, etc. where they can meet and develop relationships with professionals. The Networking Club was established to help Endicott students build and develop professional relationships which, in turn, can create a foundation to help them start their career.

Faculty Advisor
Helen Eaton

Sigma Beta DeltaSigma Beta Delta pin
Sigma Beta Delta is the internationally-recognized Business honor society. Students in the upper 20% of their class at the beginning of their third year of study are eligible to join Sigma Beta Delta. Students must show a prior commitment to the field of Business. Students in Sigma Beta Delta perform community service, explore local media outlets and conduct business-related projects.

Chapter President 
Dr. Michael Paige

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