Student Organizations

Today's workplace is changing. With the leadership, communication and networking skills you learn by participating in one of our business-focused student organizations, you'll be prepared to enter the workforce and make a difference right away.
The Missouri S&T FBLA Chapter 12 members' group photo
Future Business Leaders of America - Phi Beta Lambda (FBLA-PBL)

The student chapter focuses on networking, developing leadership skills and excelling through academics. FBLA’s mission is to bring business and education together in a positive working relationship through innovative leadership and career development programs.

Meet student and business leaders from across the country. 

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2016 students in the campus
BIT Student Ambassadors

This group of exceptional students represent all four of the BIT department academic programs: B.S. in business and management systems, B.S. in information science and technology, MBA, and M.S. in information science and technology.

Student ambassadors provide valuable feedback to the department and are often called to represent the department at networking events. In addition to the periodic communication with faculty and the opportunity to network with employers, student ambassadors also are acknowledged at commencement with BIT honors cords. 

BIT student ambassadors are appointed by the department Student Affairs Committee on the advice of department faculty and current student ambassadors.

Student ambassadors for the Spring 2020 semester are Jacob Bayless, Cooper Broman, Paige Cochran, Bryce Cordry, Sumit Garg, Kyle Johnson, Edward Keith, Yitian Luo, Alec McDaniel, Jerrett McGhee, Gregory Mitchell, Abigail Nitchman, Luis Ocampo, David Poteet, David Rethemeyer, Zhihui Ruan, Weiyu Wang, Peter Wilding, and Liu Xuan

For more information, contact Dr. Steve Liu, advisor of the BIT Students Ambassadors, at liuy2@mst.edu.

Students in the campus, 2016
Beta Gamma Sigma

A new chapter of Beta Gamma Sigma, an international honor society for business students, has been established at Missouri S&T. Beta Gamma Sigma membership is reserved for the top students at AACSB-accredited colleges and universities.

For more information, contact Dr. Sarah Stanley, advisor of the Beta Gamma Sigma, at stanleysm@mst.edu.

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S&T offers numerous opportunities for you to develop your leadership skills in any of 200-plus recognized student organizations. 

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