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Get Involved

UWL AMA offers students countless opportunities to grow their marketing skills and professional networks.
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First Things First...

Membership due: 10/1/24

Not a member yet?

Follow these three steps to become a UWL AMA member


Complete National Membership

  • Scroll down and Select "Undergrad Student Membership"

  • Pay $29 fee

  • Get access to all AMA collegiate resources


Complete Local Membership

  • Complete Local Membership Form

  • Pay $25 annually for local dues through Venmo as shown in image below



Attend Meetings Wednesdays @7pm


Looking for more ways to get involved?

Check out these leadership opportunities that all UWL AMA members are eligible to apply for

Executive Board

We encourage all UWL AMA members to run for one of the twelve Executive Board positions. Elections take place at the end of first semester. Collaborate with other Exec Board members to plan and lead UWL AMA and gain valuable leadership and marketing experience in the process.

Contact President Quinn Lightfoot for more info

Case Competition Team

Join UWL AMA members in competing with colleges around the nation in a semester-long event that brings together top marketing students to work on a business challenge submitted by a sponsoring organization. The case sponsor provides a detailed marketing problem and is looking to gain the perspective of AMA students.

Contact Case Director Hayley for more info

Campus Cakes

Ever wanted to run a business? This is an amazing opportunity for all of the entrepreneurs out there. Work alongside other UWL AMA students to manage Campus Cakes, UWL AMA's (and the university's only) bakery delivery service. Gain experience in everything from accounting and data analysis to marketing and public relations.

Contact Director of Business Management Katie for more info

Conference Competitions

Throughout the year, UWL AMA travels to multiple Collegiate AMA Conferences where members can network with employers, learn from industry professionals, and compete in competitions. Common competitions include Perfect Pitch, Market Strategy, and Mock Interview. Grow your skills and compete against other collegiate AMA students for a chance to win prizes and gain valuable resume content.

Contact President Quinn for more info

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