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General Interest Organizations

Assistance in Transition at University Park (AT UP)
Aids students transitioning from a Penn State University Commonwealth Campus to the University Park Campus. Events include study sessions, professional development, and more.

Business and Society House (BASH)
Located in the Holmes Building of North Halls, the Business and Society House is the special living option for Business majors, however students from all majors are welcome.

Global Business Brigades
Aims to bring business skills and a passion for change to developing communities around the world.

International Business Association
The purpose of the Penn State International Business Association is to provide guidance, understanding, and awareness of the international business environment, and to provide opportunities and information about careers outside of the United States.

Net Impact Undergraduate Chapter
The mission of the Penn State Net Impact Undergraduate Chapter is to inspire, educate, and equip individuals to use the power of business to create a more socially and environmentally sustainable world.

Nittany Consulting Group
The Nittany Consulting Group will provide students with: experience in the consulting profession; preparation for case interviews; involvement in projects centered on real-world, for-profit business. Educational/Professional Activites and events: case workshop; guest speakers; real-world consulting focused on for-profit businesses; professional networking.

Penn State Investment Association
Gives you the opportunity to learn about investing, through educational programs and management of a mock portfolio.

Gives you the opportunity to learn about investing, through educational programs and management of a mock portfolio.

SAP Student Interest Group
One of the newest and fastest-growing Smeal organizations that provides opportunities for members to learn about SAP and general ERP systems through speakers from industry and structured tutorial sessions with the Penn State SAP System. SAP brings traditionally isolated people together through software processes.

Smeal Ambassadors
The purpose of the Smeal Ambassadors is to represent the Smeal College of Business and its integrated community by pioneering new initiatives, improvements, and services in regards to the college.

Smeal Human Capital Student Consultants (SHCSC)
Smeal HCSC aims to provide our executive board and members with real world consulting opportunities that include leadership experience, networking potential, consulting experience, and relevant work experience.

Smeal Student Council
Dedicated to establishing better student-faculty relationships, promoting Smeal, and encouraging student interaction through workshops and sessions with speakers.

Smeal Student Mentors
Open to sophomore, junior, and senior students interested in serving as peer mentors to freshman at Smeal. Mentors are assigned to a number of first-year students and are available to answer questions about campus life.

Sports Business Club
The purpose of the Penn State Sports Business Club is to foster the growth of student's knowledge in the sports industry by learning from professionals in the field and to provide students with opportunities for internships and/or future careers in sports and similar fields.

Students Consulting for Non Profit Organizations
Dedicating ourselves to improving the business operations of local nonprofits through our previous unique experiences and gained classroom knowledge.

Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA)
A free tax-preparation service program that connects classroom knowledge to real-world application while allowing members to collectively work towards a greater purpose at Penn State.