College of Business : Business Ethics Week Student Organizations
Student Organization Panelists
The College of Business and its participating student organizations appreciate your support and participation in Business Ethics week 2011.
Decision Sciences Student Association (DSSA)
Decision Sciences Student Association (DSSA) undergraduate members hold their organization's mission to work to inspire and assist College of Business students to become outstanding quantitative analysts, to use those skills in serving as extraordinary managers, and to make a real and lasting positive impact in the world we all share.
Economics Students Association (ESA)
The Economics Students Association (ESA) is a student organization at San Francisco State University that strives to support student efforts to expand beyond the department's curriculum. In addition, ESA aims to foster relationships between the students, alumni and faculty of the economics department, the overall university, and professionals working in fields relevant to economics.
Financial Analysis and Management Education (FAME)
FAME is a student organization at San Francisco State University that is made up of up-and-coming professionals who want to combine theory learned in class with current business analysis to better prepare students for the real business world. Its mission is to bridge the gap between the classroom and the real world by offering its members a dynamic program to elevate them to new levels of financial literacy.
Information Management Systems Association (iMSA)
Information Management Systems Association (iMSA) is a student-led organization working to enhance student-members marketability as they transition into an information systems industry. Students interested in IT, CIS, as well as other fields are encouraged to join. We help iMSA members gain IT skills and practical business perspectives outside the classroom. Members receive IT training through Technical Workshops, 'Real world advice' through our Tech Speaker Series, and a platform to hone their networking skills. Additionally, they have opportunities to increase their leadership skills and connect with Bay Area businesses.
International Business Society (IBS)
The International Business Society (IBS) and its members believe they can make a positive impact on society in general and, more specifically, at San Francisco State University. In essence, IBS strives to create networking opportunities between the business and academic communities to help tomorrow's socially-responsible global business leaders develop their understanding of the International Business environment as well as encourage their career prospects and advancement.
Management Organization for Business Students (MOBS)
Management Organization for Business Students (MOBS) is devoted to enhancing business student life, whether it be in professionalism, networking, socials, or business social responsibility initiatives. The organization was founded in 2008 to foster managerial thinking for business students through speaker events, community efforts and career coaching.
Net Impact Student Organization
Net Impact represents a new generation of leaders spanning sectors and industries who are putting their business skills to work for a better world. Net Impact programming helps 20,000+ members in over 280 chapters worldwide transform their careers to make a net impact that benefits not just the bottom line — but people and planet, too. Our SF State chapter brings fresh ideas and a cross-disciplinary perspective to promoting the causes of Net Impact – that is, using the power of business to create a better world, both on campus, in the community, and in our careers. Our chapter has been recognized the past two years as a Silver-achieving Net Impact chapter based on our active membership and array of events and programs. This year, we aim to improve upon our track record and earn our chapter's first ever Gold rating!
Women in Business
Women in Business student group at San Francisco State was started in 2007 at the MBA level and has expanded in 2008 to include undergraduate students. The group seeks to advance the professional and personal development of women graduate and undergraduate business and non-business students at San Francisco State University through affiliation and networking with other business organizations such as the PBWC (Professional Business Women of California) and the SF Chamber of Commerce. The group provides a forum where undergraduate and graduate students can meet and explore professional and personal development opportunities. Please note that this group is open to all female and male students at SF State.