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  • AMA Perfect Pitch Competition

    Deliver a compelling 90-second pitch positioning yourself as the ideal candidate for a job, aiming to advance in the hiring process.

    Format: In-Person at ICC

    Sign Up Deadline: Coming Soon

Competition Objectives

  • Effectively communicate why you’re the perfect fit for the job within 90 seconds.
  • Present two to three compelling selling points that highlight your suitability for the role.
  • Back up your qualifications with concrete examples.
  • Advance to the next stage of the hiring process!

Competition Sponsor

Competition Process

  • Sign up when enrollment opens.
  • Register for the AMA International Collegiate Conference. Note: Even if your chapter is still in the process of paying for ICC, you can sign up for the ICC competitions. All competition participants will be verified and confirmed before securing a competition spot.
  • Once verified, participants will receive a confirmation email with further details.

Entry Requirements

  • Exclusively open to undergraduate students from schools with an active AMA-affiliated collegiate chapter.
  • Students competing are required to be in person at the AMA International Collegiate Conference.
  • Note: This competition allows chapters to register multiple student participants that are interested in competing, and will be based on capacity.

Round Details

Round 1:  A 90-second interview in which you position yourself as being “right for the job.” 

Finals: Top students advance for a final interview.

Round 1 and Final s Scenario details.

How is the Competition Judged?

Competition Prize

More info is coming soon!


Do I have to be registered for the 2025 AMA International Collegiate Conference to participate?
Yes, participation in this competition requires registration for the ICC as it is held in person at the conference.

Can multiple students sign up to compete from my chapter?
Absolutely! This competition permits chapters to register multiple student participants interested in competing, subject to capacity limitations