The purpose of the Accounting Club is to provide the students of accounting an opportunity to: 1) gain a better understanding of the problems and potentialities of the business world, 2) facilitate an opportunity for membership to the external professional societies, and 3) provide a service to the community, so that they may be better prepared to carry out their responsibilities as future business leaders and professionals.
The objectives of this chapter shall be to further the individual welfare of its members; to foster scientific research in the fields of commerce, accounts, and finance; to educate the public to appreciate and demand higher ideals therein; and to promote and advance in institutions of college rank, courses leading to degrees in business administration.
APO is committed to provide opportunities for its members to develop effective leadership skills, promote fellowship, and to provide service to humanity.
The mission of the Dean's Council is to serve as a liaison between College of Business students and administration in order to facilitate communication, encourage student club interaction and collaboration, and showcase productive talents of student organizations. The Dean's Council intends to educate, promote and enhance the College of Business in its quest for excellence.
The Purpose of the chapter shall be as follows:
The Central Washington Marketing Chapter exists to provide a means for students to learn and experience different aspects of the marketing profession, while building a continuous commitment to professional development and chapter excellence.
Our purpose is to promote member development through interactions with alumni, accounting professionals, professional organizations, and the business community.
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