The American Marketing Association connects you to marketers across all specialties to collaborate, network, gain practical experience and empower your career.  You’ll get industry knowledge and insights along with everyday resources that will help you in the classroom and beyond.

AMA Collegiate Chapters Your chapter will help you gain valuable leadership experience, managing finances, projects and deadlines – perfect skills to highlight on your resume!  Collegiate chapters focus on professional development, community service and fundraising as well hosting activities like Marketing Week, with marketing speakers, etiquette dinners, open houses and more!

AMA Professional Chapters With 70+ chapters across the US and Canada, AMA collegiate members can access the knowledge base of their local market for a small annual fee.  AMA professional chapters are a great way to:

  • Quickly integrate and network with professional marketers in your local area
  • Connect with local business resources
  • Strengthen your marketing skills

AMAConnect™ AMAConnect™ is an exclusive online community for marketers that provides a great way to network with trusted peers. Packed with forums, blogs, file sharing and wikis you won’t find anywhere else, it provides you with a platform for your expertise and a place to learn the latest marketing trends.

AMA Social Communities The AMA is an active participant in LinkedIn, Facebook,  and Twitter.  As an AMA member you’ll be able to access the immediacy these sites provide to get answers to questions and join the ongoing dialog about best marketing practices.

Events and Conferences Your AMA membership gives you significant discounts on AMA events and conferences, where you learn from the best and brightest from a broad cross-section of industries, interacting and networking with industry leaders and peers throughout the sessions to get answers to your questions.  And one of those events is held exclusively for our collegiate members:


Helpful Resources
As an active AMA chapter, also works hard to shape the careers of aspiring marketing professionals. Their guide to marketing degrees and careers not only connects undergraduate students with masters in marketing programs, but also offers helpful tips on how to prepare for a career in the field.

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