School of Business
Business Administration Dept.

Business Club

 

Mission Statement

To provide members with the resources that will enable them to make a more informed choice of a major or career, and to provide contacts with business professionals regarding how members can best prepare for the job market, as well as leadership roles at SUNY Fredonia and in the community.

Photos from Recent Events & Activities

e-board Golf Tournament

Golf Tournament Golf Tournament - Joe Swinging

 

Business Club Officers

 

President

Jessica Tamol
jtamol@fredonia.edu
My duties as President are to oversee the club, events and projects, arrange, plan and moderate board meetings and group meetings, to act as a liaison between the club, advisor, department, Snack Shack, and advisory council, coordinate and help board members, and to delegate responsibilities. 

Major: Finance
Minor: Communications


Vice President

Halee Dickinson
hdickinson@fredonia.edu
I am Halee Dickinson and the Vice President of business club. As Vice President it is my responsibility to be of service to the President, the other club officers, and to the members of the club. I assist others with their duties as the right-hand to the President. I will also lead the planning for the annual NYC trip in the Spring semester.

Secretary

Becky Farmer
rfarmer@fredonia.edu
As Secretary I am in charge of keeping track of all members in the Business Club, along with what goes on during our meetings. I am responsible for marking down who attends meetings and events, so that we can pick the most involved students to attend the New York City trip this spring and be e-board members next year.

Major: Finance
Minor: Communications

Marketing and Social Media Director

Anthony DiMonte
dimo2212@fredonia.edu
As Marketing Director, it is my responsibility to keep the student body and public updated and aware of the Business Club's upcoming events, fundraisers, and promotions. During events I also have a responsibility to take of assigned duties particular to that event and help moderate these events. 

As Social Media Director, my duties involve managing the clubs social media accounts. I administer the club's group page and manage all posts and updates. All events are marketed using the Facebook event tool which is my responsibility to create and administer. I also take on the responsibility of bringing the club members and eboard together by using different social media tools and services other than Facebook, such as twitter. As Social Networking Chairman, it's important to create more efficient ways for members to feel connected while finding new and creative ways to promote events and activities.

Major: Management
Minor: Statistics

Marketing / Recruitment

Nicholas Calhoun
ncalhoun@fredonia.edu
As the marketer / recruiter, it is my job to spread awareness about Business Club and it's events around campus throughout the year.  Once that is accomplished, my duty is to attract as many people as I can to support our endeavors and to be familiar with the Business Club.  I also manage the snack shack once a week and make sure things are going smoothly.

Major: Business

 

Special Events Coordinator

Joe DiRaimo
jdiraimo@fredonia.edu
As a special events coordinator in the business club, my job is to make sure events are prepared to run smoothly.  Within my job I contact businesses or organizations to create an event or special occasion. I am responsible for organizing, coordinating, and providing leadership during an event.

Special Events Coordinator

Sam Guider
sguider@fredonia.edu
The role of a special events coordinator is to help plan and implement the activites that the business club puts on.  You need to be able to collaborate with other students and work effectively in a team environment, as well as meet and speak with local businesses.

Special Events Coordinator

Jon Sloan
jsloan@fredonia.edu
I am a senior Business Administration-Marketing major with minors in both Legal Studies and Economics.  I am one of three special events coordinators.  My job is to assist the President in organizing and running events that the Business Club puts on such as our Annual Golf Tournament, Guest Speaker events, and our Annual Christmas Party.

Special Events Coordinator

Megan Rola
mrola@fredonia.edu
As a Special Events Coordinator, my responsibilities entail organizing activities that our business club holds, as well as communicating with businesses and organizations to plan said events.  I also make sure any event that our business club sponsors runs smoothly and efficiently.

Treasurer

Josh Hodge
jhodge@fredonia.edu
My job as Treasurer of the business club includes physical management and the oversight of all of the organization's finances.  This includes overseeing all of our accounts, collecting and distributing any of the clubs funds, and keeping financial statements of any events we coordinate.  The job also includes budgeting all of our finances to make sure that we have the funds we need to accomplish all of our goals and responsibilities as a club.

 

Snack Shack Internship

CEO Intern is responsible for the overall management and operations of the ShacSnack Shackk.  The CEO is responsible to develop with the team a plan to increase sales, ethically operate, leverage opportunities and interface with the Business Club officers.  The CEO facilitates weekly meetings and documents decisions and action items.  The CEO is responsible to maintain the Shack Operations Manual and all agreements made on behalf of the Shack.  The CEO will take leadership when undertaking new initiatives such as Fred Cards, SA relationships, etc).

The Marketing Intern works with the other interns to promote the Snack Shack and increase awareness of it through brand management.  Activities include the development and distribution of sales flyers, sales promotions and special events.  The intern will also write up press releases, email blasts and outreach materials.  The Marketing intern will create both visual and written marketing material.

The Human Resources Intern is responsible for scheduling and managing employees throughout all shifts.  The HR intern is required to take action when scheduling conflicts occur within the Snack Shack.  The Human Resources intern is also in charge of the training student employees, developing incentive programs and the recruiting process for potential interns.

The Chief Finance Office (Finance intern) is in charge of all finances. You will Snack Shackcompare revenue and expenses, help set prices for goods sold in the Snack Shack, and set a weekly goal for the semester. You will also work closely together with Dr. Hall and other Interns to maximize sales.

The Inventory/Facilities intern is in charge of all inventories in the Snack Shack. Inventory management includes tracking profit and turns per inventory item.  The inventory intern will also work with our strategic partners, Buster Brown Bean Coffee, to coordinate inventory and distribution of their products.  The facilities aspect of the internship includes responsibility for overall look of the Shack, proposals to maintain and upgrade Shack and coordination of any work need for the facilities.

 

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