Welcome to the Sonoma State University Economics Club website. Our mission is to reduce economic illiteracy, to urge students to become more aware of current and future worldly concerns, to provide an atmosphere that encourages the study of economics especially with topics not commonly dealt within a formal classroom setting and to spur growth of the Sonoma State University Economics Department.
We have meetings every other Thursday in the Student Center Knight's Valley 12:00-1:00
Are you an Economics Major or Minor? Undeclared but considering Economics? Look no further! Join the Sonoma State Economics Club and see what we're all about! Sign up here
Check back often as we will be adding events in perpetuity.
We are always looking for event ideas, speakers, etc. Please send any suggestions to email@example.com
Come to the Student Center to network with more than 100 companies, government agencies and non-profits. These employers are recruiting qualified SSU students like you! Go to our Career Services, Facebook, LinkedIn and Seawolf Jobs pages to find the list of participating employers, the workshops and the events which are being offered through Career Services. Be prepared, dress for success, bring your resume and don’t miss this opportunity to connect with more than 100 employers.
Sonoma State University Job Fair
February 20, 10:00-2:00
Alright folks. Its that time again. The Economics Association is headed to the Fed! The FED trip is one our biggest events so you are not going to want to miss this. Were going to pile into the vans and head down to the San Francisco Federal Reserve Bank.
Hi everybody, Our Econ Club Meetings will be every other Thursday in the student center Knight's Valley. This room is not a permanent location as soon as the new student center open up we should move our meetings over there. Come to the meetings to find out whats happening with the club and to see whats going on with the Economics department.
See you there,
Be sure to Check out the Business Departments Postings of available internships and jobs. Postings are updated regularly and are always with great companies.These internship opportunities come from local companies, alumni, and partners of the School of Business and Economics. So go and check out the ones that seem interesting to, and Don't be shy to apply because you never know what could happen! Good Luck!
Meet in San Francisco at 1255 Battery Street, Suite 300, for the presentation on Nov. 1 from 2-4 PM. Meet the SSU group in the lobby at 1:45. We'll go up to Suite 300 together. This is a valuable opportunity to hear from marketing executives of the 3rd largest wine, beer, and spirits conglomerate in the USA. Econ students will be interested to hear about the analytics all decisions are based on – how they are collected, analyzed, interpreted, etc…
Wine and food pairing after presentation.
A parking garage is located nearby.
RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org by Friday, October 25.
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