management club

“Good management is the art of making problems so interesting and their solutions so constructive that everyone wants to get to work and deal with them.” - Paul Hawken

About Us

We are a professional development association focused on helping you become ready for a career after college and are affiliated with the Mid-Willamette HR Association (MHRA) and the Society of Human Resource Management (SHRM, www.shrm.org).

Our goal is to provide OSU students with opportunities to gain knowledge and insight into the effective management of human capital. To help achieve this goal, members are exposed to company tours, informational meetings, guest speakers, professional workshops and much more! In so doing, we connect students with established business professionals and promote the exchange of work-related experience with the theoretical academic perspectives of students and faculty members.

We also aim to help individuals grow and develop skills that apply not only in business, but in life. Not to mention work hard and have fun!


Management Association FAQs

Q: Do I have to be a management major to join?

A: Nope, we welcome all majors!

Q: Am I required to dress professionally for every meeting?

A: Professional attire is not required but business casual is preferred.

Q: Am I required to participate if I join?

A: No, but there’ll be plenty of opportunity to step outside your comfort zone and grow.

Q: Do members hang out outside of meetings?

A: Yes, we’re all friends! We’re here as a network for you!

Q: Can non-officers give feedback for the association?

A: Yes, we are always making improvements to the association! We want this to be the best experience for you possible, so please offer suggestions of what you’d like to see in association!

Meetings

Wednesdays at 6 p.m. in Austin 270 (Meetings are held during the academic year only)

Connect

Facebook: OSUManagementAssociation

Instagram: OSUManagementAssociation

Questions?

Don’t be a stranger! Contact us via: management.association@oregonstate.edu