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Business and IT Student Organizations

Wednesday, May 22, 2019

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Amicus Curiae Paralegal Club - Paralegal Club introduces students to the field of legal studies and related subjects at UA-PTC. Members are offered an opportunity to expand their legal knowledge and develop a greater understanding of the legal field. The club regularly holds meetings and events in which Paralegal Club members may network with members of the legal field and other UA-PTC students, faculty, and staff. Any student who is enrolled at UA-PTC as a student and has at least a 2.5 grade point average is eligible for membership. Dues are $10 a year, and may be prorated for students who join during the spring semester.

Collegiate Entrepreneur’s Organization - CEO Club brings together a diverse group of students with a common interest in owning a business. CEO unites students on campus, assists students with academics, and provides a social atmosphere to get to know other students with similar goals. The club regularly holds events in which CEO Club members may network with business owners from the community, UA-PTC Alumni, and UA-PTC faculty and staff members. Any student in good standing at UA-PTC is eligible for regular membership in the CEO Club.

Film and Digital Media Society - UA - Pulaski Tech students who are are interested in film and film production are encouraged to participate in the Film and Digital Media Society. Members gather together to discuss, view, and make digital media films and programs.

Phi Beta Lambda (PBL) - Phi Beta Lambda is the college business professional organization and is the college component of Future Business Leaders of America. While the organization primarily emphasizes business and business-related topics, students of various programs of study may join the organization. Community activities may include various fundraisers and community service projects. Professional activities may include guest speakers, networking opportunities, and state and national competitive events. Students who qualify for a national competitive event may receive scholarship or monetary rewards depending on the event.