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Social Media Directory
Official Goodman Social Media Profiles
We use various social media platforms to connect with the #GoodmanSchool community. Below is a list of all the official accounts associated with the Goodman School of Business. Follow us, like us, and get connected!
Official hashtags and lists:
- Follow community tweets at #GoodmanSchool and #GoodmanSpirit
- Follow updates from our Career Development Office: #GoodmanCareer and our Exchange office: #GoodmanExchange
- Subscribe to our Goodman School of Business Student Clubs list on Twitter to stay up to date with all the clubs.
Please refer to the Brock University Social Media Directory to find a list of all official Brock properties on social media.
Graduate Business Council (GBC)
The Graduate Business Council is the representative student body for graduate Goodman students. The GBC hosts several events and organizes a team of Goodman students to participate in the MBA Games, among other competitions. Free personalized business cards for graduate Goodman students are administered through the GBC.
Business Students' Association (BSA)
The Business Students' Association is the umbrella organization for all undergraduate Goodman student clubs. The BSA hosts several events throughout the year and organizes a delegation of Goodman students to compete at JDC Central. Case competition reimbursements, Goodman clothing sales and free personalized business cards for undergraduate Goodman students are administered through the BSA.
Accounting Students' Association (ASA)
The Accounting Students' Association provides opportunities for all students with an interest in accounting to get involved through conferences, competitions and networking opportunities. Every year they host the Break the Case Competition, an internal case competition based on business principles and ethical practices.
Brock Business Badgers (BBB)
The Brock Business Badgers are Ambassadors that connect the Goodman School of Business at Brock University with the community. The BBB organizes various charity initiatives including sporting events to raise money for Canadian Tire's Jumpstart charity. Lastly, the club aids in the transition of high school students through events such as A Day in the Life of a Goodman Student and A-Team.
Brock Finance and Investment Group (BFIG)
The Brock Finance and Investment Group is a team of focused students and graduates who actively invest capital in the North American marketplace. Each year they organize the Investment Challenge for Charity, which is a stock market simulation conducted over a six-week period on an online stock simulator, with the proceeds supporting the ProKids program administered by the YMCA of Niagara.
Brock U Entrepreneurship Club (BUEC)
The Brock U Entrepreneurship Club supports entrepreneurship at Brock and in the local community. Each year they host Monster Pitch, an internal version of the popular CBC show Dragons’ Den where Goodman students can pitch their business plan to a panel of industry leaders to take their business to the next step. Last year’s judges were Bruce Croxon (from Dragons’ Den), Jason Sparaga (President and CEO of Spara Capital) and David Anyon (former CEO of Vintex Inc.) and included a grand prize of over $30,000 in business services and cash to propel student start-ups.
Brock U Marketing Association (BUMA)
Brock U Marketing Association members have the opportunity to gain valuable real-world experience by designing and executing marketing projects. Each year, BUMA hosts the PepsiCo Apprentice Challenge on campus. This internal marketing case competition involves students creating a marketing campaign for PepsiCo Foods and presenting it in front of a panel of PepsiCo representatives. The winning team receives automatic interviews for a summer internship or grad opportunity with PepsiCo Foods.
Brock Human Resource Management Association (HRMA)
The HRMA provides Goodman students with opportunities that will enhance their learning of the HR profession, and offers programs and events that will contribute to students’ personal and professional development. They host several Lunch and Learn events throughout the year, providing students the opportunity to learn about a variety of HR topics and disciplines from guest speakers.
DECA U Brock
DECA U Brock involves integrating classroom curriculum with business simulations and case study competitions to prepare for a variety of careers in marketing, management, and entrepreneurship. The DECA U Provincial Conference is Canada's largest undergraduate conference and case competition with 2200+ members across 20 universities and colleges. It provides an opportunity for students to compete alongside elite business students and network with industry professionals across Ontario.