The Business and Economics Club

Shout out to all the those in any type of business related major or minor, you may be interested in joining the Business and Economics Club who meet once a week. It is a great way to network and build up your own skills. The club prides itself on teaching hands-on skills including event planning and focusing on meeting deadlines among other valuable skills.  

Colton Esson Leaning agains a tree wearing a red, white and black flannel shirt and a backpack.
Business and Economics Club President Colton Esson

There are two special opportunities about being in this club as a business related major or minor other than just the ability to network. One of the opportunities to gain credits towards your major or minor by becoming an elected officer for the club. The other opportunity President Colton Esson says the an exciting part about being in the club, are the trips to local businesses to see the ins and outs of how they work.

The Business and Economics Club works closely with other clubs and organizations around campus, such as the WOU Food Pantry, to help out with fundraisers, giving you the hands on experience you don’t get in the classroom as well as the chance to give back to the campus community. The club also hosts events to help fellow students in business majors to help them with resume building and things to get them ready to enter the workforce.

To join the club just show up to meetings or if you have more questions please email them at If you aren’t interested in joining the club and just want to keep up to date or can’t join the club and would like to stay in the loop, you can follow them on Facebook.

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