Student Organizations

Get Involved

Mays Business School and Texas A&M University have many resources and programs that can help you grow personally and professionally as a graduate student. Participating in a variety of activities will expose you to new people, new ideas, and new opportunities. Below are just a few of the ways you can get involved.

Faculty Network:

As a student in the MS-HRM Program, you are surrounded by world-class faculty who are experts in their fields. From staffing and compensation to employment law and strategy, you will learn from highly renowned researchers of HR issues. Take advantage of your time here and get to know your professors outside the classroom. Our network of faculty is willing to share their wealth of knowledge to help you further human resource expertise.

TAMU Student Organizations:

  • Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) at Texas A&M– Mays Business School at Texas A&M’s chapter of SHRM is open to both undergraduate and graduate students interested in HRM. The goal of the organization is to generate interest in the field of HRM while helping members transition from college students to industry professionals. SHRM provides leadership opportunities, establishes and supports standards of excellence in HRM and develops contacts with HR professionals, managers and other executives. The SHRM chapter at Texas A&M is highly active in promoting the field and supporting those interested in HRM. In fact, the A&M chapter has been honored with the prized Superior Merit Award, bestowed by SHRM upon only those student chapters that have high involvement by their members, demonstrated support of the profession and SHRM, and professional operation of the chapter. SHRM is yet another way to broaden your knowledge of the HR field and gain some great experiences and friends in the process.
  • Aggie Students in Human Resource Development -We are an organization for those interested in the field of Human Resources. We provide our members with opportunities for professional development, social and professional networking, internship opportunities, and training in leadership.
  • Aggie Business Kings – We strive to turn business-oriented students, into experienced business professionals by contributing in team-building activities, and business events, and sharing useful connections within our organization. We want to make a difference in the community, meet like-minded businessmen and create a business brotherhood that can help mold the upcoming businessmen/ entrepreneurs of the future.
  • Aggie Women in Business – To unite businesswomen through professional development, networking, and sisterhood in a way that benefits membership and employers.
  • American Business Women’s Association -To bring together businesswomen of diverse occupations and to provide opportunities for them to help themselves and others grow personally and professionally through leadership, education, networking support, and national recognition.
  • Business Leaders for Change – To develop critical thinking skills in driven individuals to empower their visions of change.
  • International Business Association – IBA is an open and inclusive organization that develops students into globally literate persons possessing the ability to communicate and do business around the globe.
  • Multicultural Association of Business Students – The Texas A&M Multicultural Association of Business Students aims to: Create opportunities for students to develop as culturally competent leaders who understand the advantages of leveraging differences; Establish a stronger presence of the underrepresented populations at Mays Business School through professional development, academic achievement, and community involvement; Provide corporations access to the multicultural population when recruiting for career opportunities during networking events; Encourage an inclusive environment throughout Mays by stimulating confidence and expanding students’ vision of what is attainable; Serve as an outreach program for high school students to increase enrollment by student population currently underrepresented at Mays Business School.

Campus and Community:

In Aggieland, life is rarely dull. In addition to the many student organizations, Texas A&M has numerous opportunities for involvement through organizations and programs.

The Bryan/College Station area also has numerous cultural and recreational activities in which to participate. The area is centrally located between Dallas, Houston, Austin and San Antonio.

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