Are you a college or graduate student interested in a career in marketing?
Learn from the Best. Make Career Connections. Get Involved.
As a member of the Nashville American Marketing Association:
You are invited to take part in a robust schedule of Nashville AMA (NAMA) networking and educational events, all designed to help both established and emerging marketing professionals throughout Middle Tennessee get connected.
- Monthly Luncheons
Monthly networking and education luncheons feature informative and exciting guest speakers eager to share their marketing challenges, insights, opportunities and successes.
- Mixers and Special Events
Networking mixers are fun, frequent and spontaneous. Also, NAMA sponsors the annual AIM Awards, honoring the best marketing campaigns in Middle Tennessee.
- Professional Publications: Marketing News
AMA Collegiate Members receive eight print issues annually, and can access all 26 issues and archives online and 45% discounts on subscriptions to AMA magazines, journals and books.
- Online Resource Centers: Strategic Marketing Forums
Strategic Marketing Forums deals with the concerns of aspiring and practicing chief marketing officers with insights from experts and offer great assistance and a Career Center offers job posting, resume assistance and helpful articles for your career search.
As a member of the American Marketing Association:
You are connected to a world of professional and educational resources help you succeed in the classroom and in your career.
As a new graduate, you’re eligible for the Young Professional membership, giving you access to all the tools and resources of a full AMA membership at a reduced rate. For more information please contact Natalie Stegall, Collegiate Relations Chair, or Ann Howard, Membership Chair.
If you are a student interested in attending a NAMA event or becoming a member OR would like to be added to our mailing list, please contact Collegiate Relations Chair Natalie Stegall, or Co-Chair Brian Keegan.
If you are a student interested in starting an AMA Chapter on your campus, please consult the American Marketing Association.