Student Business Clubs
The School of Business offers numerous student-run business clubs, including the following:
Student Business Association (SBA)
The Student Business Association (SBA) conducts social and educational events throughout the year. It is always looking for ways to add value to your experience as a business student. It helps you and your peers connect—not just with the course material but also with professors, with one another, and with the external marketplace.
Trinity Accounting Association (TAA)
The Trinity Accounting Association (TAA) is a group of Trinity Western University accounting students seeking networking opportunities and supporting one another as they prepare for the CPA designation. Their goal is to provide relevant events to engage accounting students and provide current information to other students studying accounting and considering entering the profession. The TAA also supports students who are trying to figure out whether accounting may fit into their career path.
Student Managed Investment Fund (SMIF)
The TWU Student Managed Investment Fund (SMIF) aims to provide you with hands-on experience in equity valuation and investment by using endowed funds to invest in the stock and bond markets. Since the School of Business is always striving to make a difference beyond the walls of TWU, profits earned within the fund will be allocated to specified charities and projects on an annual basis.
Young Women In Leadership (YWIL)
The Young Women in Leadership (YWiL) is a group of young women at TWU who are nurturing a community of women leaders, business professionals, and entrepreneurs. Led by women from multiple programs at TWU, YWiL seeks to encourage and empower women to embrace their strengths, push through challenges, and grow as leaders. The organization supports women by providing essential career resources, networking opportunities, and workshops to its members, as well as annual public conferences open to the business community.
Human Resources Student Association (HRSA)
The Human Resources Student Association (HRSA) is a student-run club that strives to connect students, alumni, and HR experts. HRSA seeks to explore opportunities available with a CPHR certification and/or membership.