By Courtney Wentz
Alpha Beta Gamma, the business honor society, is looking for more students to participate in their activities.
ABG has been on campus since 1970, with accounting Professor Linda Bolduc as their advisor. Their new President is Tammy Goodgion who said, “ABG has a life-long membership that people will recognize on a resume because it’s known internationally.”
Recently, ABG joined the Gardener Chamber of Commerce as a business. This will benefit students a part of ABG by them being able to meet with CPAs, business owners, and helping out at these local businesses.
Goodgion said, “Students will be able to network and promote themselves, by promoting ABG.”
Their current way of reaching out to students is through word of mouth and email, where students get an invitation to the honor society. There is a one-time fee of $40 for a life-time membership.
The business honor society is associated with majors such as allied health, legal studies, and obviously business. Students must have a 3.0 GPA or higher and be taking 15 or more credits towards their degree.
Some events they have coming up are: a bake sale with a cherry theme for Washington’s Birthday on February 22nd and they will be attending the gathering to welcome the new President in March.
Alpha Beta Gamma has meeting every other Wednesday in room 206 from 12:30 to 1:30 in the afternoon.