Associated Students of Business (ASB)
ASB is a prestigious student group encompassing representatives from other CBSM student
organizations. ASB is proud to serve as the Alaska chapter of the National Millennial/GenZ
Community, whose vision is to create a dialogue that effectively changes the conversation
about the millennial and genZ generations. The NMC is a community of millennial and
genZ students from around the country who participate in multiple think tank conversations
with key influencers in media and business.
Cadet Club (ROTC)
ROTC is an athletic and outdoors oriented group with a focus on leadership and character.
It is composed of individuals who strive to better themselves and face physically
and mentally challenging situations. ROTC strives to teach club members leadership
skills, equip members with real life experience to take to their future organizations,
provide opportunities to volunteer in our community and build friendships that last
The Esports Club is the go to place for gaming on campus, both competitively and otherwise.
The Esports Club seeks to create an inclusive, relaxed and pleasant community for
students to meet new people, make friends and share incredible moments through playing,
competing and discussing games. The group also aims to foster the growth of Esports
at UAF and in Fairbanks.
Great Alaskan Accounting People (GAAP)
GAAP's purpose is to help accounting students 1) learn about the diverse career opportunities
available for accounting graduates; 2) acquire an understanding of the day-to-day
work of a professional accountant; and 3) understand career planning and prepare for
successful professional placement. Participation in GAAP develops students into professionals
who are confident and qualified to accept staff accountant positions that require
interaction with CEOs and other high-level management on a daily basis.
International Association of Emergency Managers (IAEM)
The IAEM student chapter is a student organization that promotes the vision and mission
of academic and research excellence within the fields of emergency management and
homeland security. Through effective and efficient communication, teamwork and networking
they seek to establish employment opportunities and professional development, advocate
the issues most important to their members and expand their growth and diversity.
Native Alaskan Business Leaders (NABL)
NABL is the UAF chapter of the American Indigenous Business Leaders (AIBL) organization.
NABL supports Native Alaskan and American Indigenous Students interested in business,
rural economic development, and other related areas. The group's goals are to 1) engage
students in business activities, building business acumen, leadership skills, community
involvement and teamwork; 2) provide an extended family support system to help students
facilitate the transition from life at home to life at UAF; and 3) create and maintain
a strong networking system among the UAF NABL members and other AIBL chapters.
UAF Chapter of Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM)
SHRM provides opportunities for networking and helps members learn more about human
resources and the real world of business management, while building relationships
with local professionals and other students. The chapter invites local business people
to speak about current developments in the business world and how they will impact
future workers. Beyond the regular meetings, SHRM organizes a variety of activities
including company tours, student conferences, resume-writing and interviewing workshops,
fundraisers, internship programs, and social events.
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