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News at Brookhaven College

For Immediate Release

Brookhaven College students interested in management are invited to join a new chapter of the Society for Advancement of Management, SAM.

Right now, while you’re in college you can:

It can all happen to you when you join your local campus chapter of SAM!

Brookhaven College Campus Purpose
The campus division mission is to assist in furthering the practice of professional management through the interaction of students, faculty and operating managers. The members of the campus chapter administer the activities of the campus chapter with the help of a member of the faculty acting in an advisory capacity.

Membership Criteria
Students must be enrolled at Brookhaven College and have an interest in management. Brookhaven College students may become members of the Brookhaven College campus chapter, having met the following requirements:

Other members of the SAM National organization, but not the Brookhaven College chapter, may include those membership categories found on the SAM National Membership Application.

Code Of Ethics
Members of SAM aspire to the highest standards of professional conduct. A SAM member will model ethical and professional behavior through actions, not just words — avoiding the appearance of improper conduct. Managers, academicians and student members of SAM are to reflect the following values: integrity; fairness; loyalty to the Society and the institution each represents; objectivity in work and relationships; diligence in duties; avoiding conflicts of interest; guarding confidences; promoting non-discrimination; supporting the goals of the Society; giving the best performance to duties, efforts and thought; and assisting in the ethical and professional development of the next generation of managers. (Adopted by SAM International Board of Directors on July 24, 1999.)

For more information about SAM, please visit SAM's Web site: http://www.samnational.org/.

SAM Membership Application - Print out your application and send it to Marisa Walsdora at the e-mail address below.
http://www.cob.tamucc.edu/sam/membership/students-application_form.htm

For more information about the Brookhaven College chapter, please contact:

Marisa Walsdorf
Business Studies Division
Management Program
972-860-4186
Marisa_Walsdorf@dcccd.edu




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Brookhaven College is proud to be an Hispanic-Serving Institution with more than 25 percent Hispanic student enrollment since 2006. Educational opportunities are offered by Brookhaven College without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability, sexual orientation, genetic information, gender identity or gender expression..

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