There are two ways that an undergraduate student can become a collegiate member. First, you may wish to check if your college, university, community college or trade school has an AMA chapter on campus. If so, you may wish to contact your school’s advisor or Collegiate Chapter president for more information about membership.
Second, you can become a collegiate member of the Professional Chapter – AMA Pittsburgh. This option is recommended if:
- Your school does not have a Collegiate Chapter
- You are in your last year of school and anticipate seeking employment in the Pittsburgh area. Collegiate membership in AMA Pittsburgh will help jump start your career by providing you with the opportunity to network with our members and other professionals who attend our events.
If you are interested in this option, click here for the Collegiate Application.
Finally, if you are a recently graduated AMA collegiate student, you can extend your membership in an AMA professional chapter by applying for a bridge membership.
Interested, But Still Have Questions?
For more information, contact the VP of Collegiate Relations.