School of Business Activities
Sigma Beta Delta Charity Craft Club Collegiate DECA Entrepreneur Club
FUEL Investment Club Marketing Club Women in LEADership
At Endicott, students are an important part of the community. Outside of the School of Business, you can have a voice in student government, write for our literary review or newspaper, become active in our television and radio stations, play a sport - be it varsity, club, or intramural - engage in performing arts, join our many clubs and organizations, or volunteer for community service opportunities. Choose one opportunity or many!
Gerrish School of Business sponsored clubs and activities include:
Sigma Beta Delta
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.
Dr. Michael Paige
Charity Craft Club
The Charity Craft Club allows students to give back to the community through craftmaking while gaining new skills and making new friends. Activities include arts and crafts workshops, social gatherings, and sales for charity.
DECA members experience professional development opportunities and grow as prospective leaders. Activities include community service and fundraising projects, state and national business case competitions, and leadership training.
The Entrepreneur Club
The Entrepreneur club reaches across all majors on campus and gives students exposure to entrepreneurial business owners, thought leaders, and speakers. Students are exposed to Boston's start-up culture through field trips, business projects, and unique social events focused on topics important to today's entrepreneur.
FUEL (Funding Unique Entrepreneurial Leaders)
Fuel is a student-managed business accelerator and incubator focused on helping students and alumni, with business ideas, achieve their dreams. This is done through one-on-one mentoring and business coaching with the goal of creating viable business models. Businesses have the change to access start-up capital through the popular Spark Tank business pitch competition.
Investment Club (ECIC)
ECIC members develop skills in investment research, portfolio strategy, communication, and marketing. The club participates in contests and trips, and manages their their own portfolio using actual funds provided by the College.
Marketing Club members of all majors gain experience creating and presenting and participating in national marketing association competitions (e.g. American Marketing Association and Direct Marketing Association).
Women in LEADership
The Women in LEADership club is designed to inspire and empower women to grow within their chosen industries by helping them develop leadership skills beyond the classroom, attend events for networking success, and make professional connections.