AMA Collegiate Programs for Students

As part of its goal to increase the value proposition to members, AMA has launched a series of Programs designed just for student members of the AMA

These programs prepare students for life beyond college, and make you more marketable to employers. The programs are free of charge to dues-paying AMA student members (full time undergraduate and full time graduate, not currently employed full time). They are not available to professional or academic members or non-members of the AMA.

Note: These programs are not applicable for college credit. They are meant to supplement student education and make AMA students more marketable in their post-collegiate job search.


 

Career Development Module for AMA Collegiate Members

We know that searching for that perfect internship or post-graduation job can be challenging and stressful. It is known that networking and career development are critical components for not only landing that dream job, but also for long-term career success. AMA offers the AMA Career Development to help students develop the skills and knowledge to market themselves in the best light.

The purpose of this Program is to:

  • Refine and develop your networking skills
  • Develop your online presence and appropriate use of social media in the job search
  • Provide knowledge in areas of career development such as resume writing, interviewing, job search and interships, and gain a competitive advantage in your job search

Visit the AMA Career Development program landing page to get started!


Marketing Research Module for AMA Collegiate Members

The Marketing Research program is not designed to make everyone research experts. Rather, we expose Collegiate AMA Members to a variety of research topics as a means of proving students with an understanding of what a career in marketing research entails, basic knowledge about sound research practices and insight into key research analytics and software programs like SPSS and Survey Monkey. This program is only available to current AMA student members (full time undergraduate and full time graduate, not currently employed full time). Note: this program is not available to those that are not full time students.

Visit the AMA Marketing Research Program page to get started!


​Introduction to Sales Career and Selling Process for AMA Collegiate Members 
 
This AMA program introduces AMA student members (full time undergraduate and full time graduate, not currently employed full time) to career opportunities in sales and the selling process. The Introduction to Sales Career and Selling Process program has a series of videos across four Modules. Topics include an introduction to a sales career and the selling process, and includes real World career information from three reknown companies.

Visit the AMA Introduction to Sales Career and Selling Process Program page to get started!


AMA Collegiate Role-Playing and Relationship Selling Program

The AMA International Collegiate Conference is a great professional development opportunity for AMA collegiate members.  There is no charge for this program, as it is included in your paid International Collegiate Conference registration.  Program registration is required to participate!

This on-site component of the AMA Sales Career Program offers students the opportunity to hear from a panel of sales professionals and attend breakout sessions. Lunch will be provided for confirmed participants of the program, during an informative Sales Panel discussion about careers in the Sales industry.

Online registration for 2018 will open soon.

Visit the AMA Collegiate Role-Playing and Relationship Selling page for information

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