AMA encourages student members to become productive and prepared members of the professional marketing community by joining collegiate chapters. Student members benefit from career resources, leadership development opportunities and the chance to build their network through interactions with their peers, professors and professional marketers.
AMA student members are part of an active group of more than 10,000 future marketers in more than 350 affiliated collegiate chapters. To view all the benefits of being an AMA student member, view the Online Guide to AMA Membership Benefits.
Virginia schools with affiliated AMA Collegiate Chapters:
- George Mason University
- James Madison University
- Liberty University
- Longwood University
- Old Dominion University
- Radford University
- University of Mary Washington
- University of Richmond
- Virginia Commonwealth University
- Virginia State University
Don’t see your school listed? Interested in starting a chapter? Click here for more information.
AMA-Richmond Collegiate Connections
At AMA-Richmond, we’re committed to outreach to interaction with colleges and universities in our region. We strive to foster relationships with AMA student chapters, as well as connect with marketing faculty and administration at all levels.
What’s the goal? Students benefit from networking, professional development, career development and scholarship opportunities. Our AMA-Richmond members are rewarded with the knowledge they are not only helping to build a healthier local marketing community but contributing to the growth of the next generation of marketers as well.
To learn more about AMA-Richmond collegiate connections and initiatives, contact our Vice President of Collegiate Relations today.
Are You a Recent Graduate?
Students who completed their undergraduate study fewer than 3 years ago may join the AMA as Young Professionals. For marketers just starting out, the lower price point—with full member benefits—is an ideal way to take advantage of the many ways the AMA can help boost your career.