Starting their first day on campus, students across all majors at the David Eccles School of Business are encouraged to get involved in clubs and organizations that will enhance their classroom studies.
One of the most popular opportunities for undergraduates is Business Leaders Inc., or BLInc, an association designed to represent all admitted and pre-business students at the U’s business school. BLInc is an umbrella organizations of sorts, helping the various business-related clubs and student organizations conduct events, competitions and social activities. Blinc is run as a business, too, meaning the students involved get hands-on experience applying business principles learned in class to real-world situations.
BLInc is currently accepting applications for a variety of roles for the 2014-15 school year, including CEO, COO, CFO, Executive Secretary, Treasurer, Events Chair, Service Chair, Marketing Chair, Signature Experience Chair and Student Involvement Chair. All candidates should have some leadership experience, strong ambition, an ability to work well in a team environment, and a passion for making the David Eccles School of Business all that it can be.
It’s an amazing opportunity, but don’t take our word for it. You can read more about BLInc and get the application to get involved here. And below, several of BlInc’s most active members reflect on their experience this year:
“BLInc has opened up to doors to me that I never dreamed would be opened. I have had the opportunity to meet and network with deans, faculty, and fellow student leaders to make a difference on campus. I would encourage any student to get involved because of the truly great leadership