Clubs & Organizations

Students in Free Enterprise | SIFE

The SIFE Club (and optional one credit course) provides students with another opportunity to engage in experiential learning. Through SIFE, students design and implement business focused community service projects.

Finance and Economics Club

The Finance and Economics Club is an engaging student-led organization that encourages members to: build upon their classroom experiences through application to current issues, and prepare for future careers in business and banking.  Each meeting students are encouraged to initiate and facilitate discussion on recent business news. The different perspectives and news sources produce a unique peer to peer experience. The Finance and Economics Club also promotes networking by maintaining connections with recent alumni and employers, to provide members with advice, experience and opportunity in the search for internships and job placement. 

With a passionate executive board leading the way, the Finance and Economics Club is a great forum for any Finance or Economics major to develop their skills and confidence in lively business discussion outside of classroom. 

“The Finance and Economics Club allows students to engage in business discussions that include economic trends, market indices, and world news. We cover the essential features of the stock market, and financial instruments that will be beneficial in our future careers.” – Steven Schilder, Class of 2020

For more information or to join, contact:


Jennifer Trudeau, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor
Martire Center W327
Tel: 203-371-7953


Mike Bubolo