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Marketing Association at Clemson University

TypeUndergraduate - Professional/Academic/Departmental
Meeting Day(s)1/28, 2/11, 2/25, 3/11, 3/25, 4/8, 4/22
Meeting LocationSirrine 102
Primary ContactMadison Beane
Primary Contact
Advisor NameCarter McElveen

Clemson University Marketing Association (CUMA) is a marketing association open to all students in the College of Business and Behavioral Science; not just Marketing majors. It is designed to bring students with common interests together and to help provide them with teh necessary skills to excel in the business world. It is a great way to see how Marketing is related to your major and also to make great connections.One of the purposes of CUMA is to promote friendly relations between the student members and the marketing faculty while increasing students' knowledge of the marketing field. CUMA provides students interested in Marketing with resources and opportunities such as help in course selection/advising, information on internships, informative speakers and much more. We also hope to build relationships with other members by having socail, fundraising, and service events. We encourage members to get to know each other and participate in leadership roles within the association.At meetings which feature a speaker, our members have the opportunity to socialize and network with the speaker. We seek out professionals in marketing-related fields to come and speak about their career in marketing. We love to hear about how they got the position they currently hold at their company, as well as, the interesting things that they do daily. We also serve members dinner!

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