It is the Lewiston Business Student Organization's (BSO) mission to promote experience, education, and excellence by enhancing leadership skills through active student-based learning and service. During each spring and fall semesters, Lewiston BSO members meet eight times. Business students earn one credit by attending these meetings and by volunteering at a variety of annual fundraising events, including Warrior Golf Classic, the Confluence Grape & Grain, etc., in order to fund business student scholarships. Members of BSO are representatives of Lewis-Clark State College and the Business Division and are expected to demonstrate ethical, respectful, and professional behavior at all events. "Fun nights" allow students an opportunity to get to know each other outside of volunteer functions. Additionally, students interact with local business owners, Business Division faculty, and fellow students throughout the semester. For more information, please email or call the Lewiston contact below.
The Business Student Organization for the Coeur d'Alene Center promotes education and excellence through active student-based learning and service. BSO provides networking and resume-building opportunities through workshops and events like our annual Career Discovery Night. We work closely with business faculty and assist with Coeur d'Alene Center events, such as the Alumni and Friends Golf Scramble. We have regular meetings and students can earn business credits as officers or as active members in the club. Members of the BSO - Coeur d'Alene enhance leadership skills and increase knowledge of business through interactions with local professionals, internships, company tours and presentations. For more information, please email or call the Coeur d'Alene contact below.
Please click here for an example syllabus and list of BSO activities.
The purpose of the Accounting Club is to provide Accounting Emphasis students with the opportunity to meet with one another and to benefit from presentations from members of the community involved in accounting as a career field. The club is designed as a networking opportunity for students, and meets twice per month. Guest speakers provide students with various insights about potential future endeavors beyond their education.
Lewiston: Karen Andrews | (208) 792-2352
The purpose of the Sport Leadership Club (SLC) is to assist students in gaining leadership experience, securing work experience, and developing a professional network in the sport industry. The SLC has developed partnerships with the City of Lewiston Parks and Recreation, Lewis-Clark State College Athletic Department, University of Idaho Athletic Game Management, Clarkston High School, and many more. The SLC is open to all LCSC students. Officer positions are limited to Sport Administration and Movement and Sport Sciences majors. Sports Administration is a co-curricular degree between the Business Division and the Movement and Sport Sciences Division. Students pursuing a degree in Sport Administration will seek employment opportunities in sport business (sporting goods, apparel, ticket sales, and luxury seating), sport management (facilities and sporting events), interscholastic/ intercollegiate athletic administration, collegiate recreation, and municipal recreation.
Lewiston: Pete Van Mullem | (208) 792-2467