Business Administration Club
The Business Administration Club endeavors to create and provide an academic and social environment for students interested in business, in which they can explore career opportunities in the corporate world, increase their knowledge of current business events, and dialog about relevant business student issues.
For more information or to join, contact:
Tuvana Rua, Ph.D.
Martire Center W331
Junior Achievement (JA) Programs for Credit
JA Programs help build the bridge between school learning and young people’s future success in the work world and in their lives. Through a dedicated volunteer network, JA provides in-school and after school programs to our business students in grades K-12 focusing on 3 key areas: financial literacy, entrepreneurship, and work readiness. SHU students will receive 1 credit for each JA high school program they teach! Total credits each student is able to accumulate is 3.
JA Programs Available for Credit:
JA Titan - introduces critical economics and management decisions through an interactive simulation and seven required, volunteer-led sessions. JA Titan will unite your class around the concepts of teamwork, critical thinking, and strategy development—and could provide your students with an opportunity to complete against others from around the world.
JA Personal Finance - introduces student to the importance of making wise financial decisions. The program demonstrates the importance of planning, goal setting, and thoughtful decision making within the context of personal financial decisions.
JA Career Success - equips students with tools and skills required to earn and keep a job in high-growth career industries.