The JHU undergraduate chapter of the national American Marketing Association was established in December 2008. AMA student members are connected to a network of 40,000 experienced marketers throughout the U.S. and 300 professional members of the local Baltimore chapter-including leading marketing academics, researchers, and practitioners from every industry. Its mission is to provide members with valuable educational opportunities in the marketing field, to network with established businesses and professionals for internship and job leads, and to practice marketing skills through volunteer community involvement. For information about chapter events, visit http://jhu.edu/ama/.
The Kairos Society is an international, student-run, not-for-profit foundation based in the United States. Kairos fosters a culture of innovation-driven entrepreneurship by engaging its diverse fellows with a variety of industry and thought leaders surrounding a wide range of global challenges. JHU Kairos holds meetings to review case studies of the ventures its fellows are pursuing and provide constructive feedback to help the fellows improve their businesses. JHU Kairos also connects its entrepreneurs with technically skilled students interested in joining ventures, hosts speaker events and skills workshops, and sends fellows to regional and national Kairos functions. For more information about JHU Kairos, please email email@example.com.
As a part of the Center for Leadership Education, the Oral Presentations Club at Johns Hopkins University aims to provide an encouraging environment for students to develop public speaking abilities, practice giving presentations, and improve overall communication skills. All students, regardless of their background in public speaking, are welcome to join us as we collectively work to further our capabilities in oral communication. For more information about the Oral Presentations Club, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.