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You only need to glance at our club roster to realize the vibrant spirit of Sprott students. Getting involved in student clubs is a fantastic way to make new friends, explore career possibilities, develop leadership skills, network with industry professionals and have fun!
There are 13 undergraduate student clubs at Sprott and over 150 clubs at Carleton to join. With so many clubs to choose from, you can pursue a variety of interests.
For a list of Carleton student clubs, please visit the Carleton University Student Association (CUSA) website.
When you enroll in the Bachelor of Commerce or the Bachelor of International Business program at Carleton, you automatically become a member of the Sprott Business Students’ Society. SBSS offers business students a variety of social, academic and professional opportunities throughout the year. These include special events such as the annual Business Banquet and year-end gala, case competitions, conferences, trips, sports and giving back to the community.
Learn more about Sprott’s undergraduate clubs by checking out the links below.
AIESEC, the world’s largest student-run organization, is the international platform for young people to explore and develop their leadership potential to have a postive impact on society. In partnership with business and higher education, AIESEC has over 60 years experience in developing high-potential students into globally-minded, responsible leaders.
Carleton Entrepreneurship Association is a member of CUSA’s Clubs & Societies. The club is dedicated to providing its members with the entrepreneurial options through social and business networking within and outside of Carleton University.
We represent accounting students from the Carleton University Sprott School of Business and, as such, are responsible for developing the skills and professional networks required for employment upon graduation.
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The Sprott Finance Student Association (SFSA) is a student – run association at the Sprott School of Business. Our primary goal is to provide Sprott students with opportunities to expand their professional networks through networking events while providing them with opportunities to apply their knowledge of finance in the real world with finance competitions and conferences.
SIBA provides academic support, business networks, and further social developments through interacting with local and global communities. The club functions to encourage students success in the academic and business world.
The Sprott International Students’ Club is a newly established club for all international and exchange Sprott students. This club is designed to cater the active and beneficial participation of international and exchange Sprott students in the various activities and events arranged for all business scholars.
SISSA is comprised of ambitious and talented executive members who are enthusiastic about the Information Systems (IS) program at Carleton University. It is our goal to share our enthusiasm with our fellow students, future employers, and respected sponsors through a number of social, academic, and competitive events.
The SMSA’s main initiative for the 2010/11 school year is to connect talented marketing students with marketing professionals in the Ottawa area. Events where students and professionals are able to network provide excellent opportunities for students and the companies involved to share ideas and create valuable connections.
The Sprott Student’s Management Association is a club specific to the Management concentration, in which members will get to learn more about the perks and benefits of being a Management student. Furthermore, they will be able to join many club events that are aimed at fostering the club and Management spirit, to progressively move forward and reach higher destinations, and to better prepare themselves for the future.
SSCMSA is committed to encouraging a sense of unity within the Sprott supply chain management community all the while fostering a friendly and stimulating environment. We offer opportunities to learn more about the supply chain management field, real world applications for your degree, and provide networking opportunities and panels with industry professionals. Join our Facebook group!
ENACTUS is an international organization, with chapters at Canadian post-secondary schools. ENACTUS teams focus on developing and administering projects to improve their communities socially, economically, and environmentally.
The Sprott Off Campus Student Clubis designed to create a meaningful university experience outside the classroom and to form a community for off-campus students within Sprott. SOCS will have various events throughout the year in order to enhance your university experience and to form bonds within the Sprott Community. Find us on Facebook, Follow us on Twitter, Tumblr or Email us!Back to Top