Meet our Subsidiaries
Meet the Associations
The Finance and Investment Students’ Association (FISA), along with its subsidiary the John Molson Investments’ Society (JMIS), represent all undergraduate students who major in Finance at the John Molson School of Business. With over 2000 students majoring in finance, we represent over 20 percent of the student population and are one of the largest Finance student associations in Quebec. FISA specializes in bridging the gap between theory and practice by organizing numerous information sessions, networking cocktails, conferences and competitions. This academic year, we look forward to introducing new services and events to JMSB’s finance student body!
The John Molson Accounting Society (JMAS) is a student run association that strives to enhance the university experience of accounting students by providing them with opportunities to bridge the gap between the L’Ordre des Comptables Professionnels Agreés du Québec (OCPAQ), accounting professionals, faculty members and their peers. To do this, we organize various academic, social and professional events every year. Our annual recruitment cocktail is the highlight of the year, where over 500 students and accounting professionals congregate to network together. Besides the various events we host throughout the year, we also provide accounting students with invaluable information related to the accounting profession and the CPA designation. Events: CPA Recruitment Cocktail –This large event allows students to network with accounting firms and industry representatives. First Year Event -Networking event between first year students. Dividends Cup – This event showcases world tour Canadian squash players in a 4 day tournament open to all students. Free Coffee Day -On the first Tuesday of every month, JMAS serves free coffee to all JMSB students. Contact info: Jmas.ca – Facebook: /jmas.jmsb – twitter: @myjmas – Phone: (514) 848-2424 (ext: 2855) – Office- MB4.118
The John Molson Human Resources and Managament Association (JHMA) is a student-run organization led by a group of dynamic students working together to organize events to expose students to the human resources and management industry. Every year, JHMA hosts social, academic and networking events to connect students to established HR and Management professionals, faculty, alumni and other students. JHMA is committed to creating opportunities for students to gain insight on the dynamic field of HR and Management, including our established Annual HRM Conference. Our goal is to showcase the importance of HR and Management as an essential element of any organization and to be the voice of HR and Management students at JMSB. We also serve as the primary link between JMSB and the professional HR Order.
We are JMMA, the John Molson Marketing Association, and we’re the crazy odd-child of CASAJMSB. This year, with a brand new set of faces, we are upgraded to better serve all you colourfully imaginative marketing enthusiasts by creating new and unique marketing experiences. Be curious. Be ready.
In Today’s World, the marketplace does not consist of just one physical location but the entire world. In a globally competitive market, the acquisition and allocation of personnel is critical for companies to establish themselves and maintain overall success. The John Molson International Business Association is a student-run, non-profit organization representing the entire International Business student body, at the John Molson School of Business (Concordia University). Our mission is to create innovative and interactive experiences, which expands the knowledge students, receive in class to give them truly an international education for the business world.
We are the John Molson Supply Chain and Business Technology Association – we represent the Supply Chain and Business Technology Management (BTM) students at JMSB. Throughout the academic year we host several events which help to bridge the gap between students, professors, and employers These events include company tours, workshops, recruitment cocktails, speaker conferences, and competitions.
Meet the Committees
Enactus Concordia is the official student run body representing all students in rolled in the Management and Entrepreneurship program at Concordia University. Our goal is to provide student with enriching opportunities through networking events, and competitions as well as to develop Concordia student’s project management skills by creating and running community oriented projects. At Enactus we aim too foster the passion of its members to create social change, by utilizing our business skills to target real needs in our community. The projects and events we run are diverse, but all share one mission: to empower individuals around us and better their lives. For instance; our Help Hunger Disappear campaign creates awareness around the issue of hunger, while raising funds to alleviate it. Our Dobson Practicum program gives student entrepreneurs the chance to further develop their skills and business through workshops and mentor-ship. The Eco Youth program, provides disenfranchised youth with the opportunity to learn and practice urban agriculture at local youth centers for whom we provide greenhouse structures and installations.
CASA Cares is the non-profit segment of the Commerce and Administration Student Association (CASA). We are a volunteer-based organization whose mission is to promote social awareness and responsibility within JMSB and encourage students to get actively involved within the Montreal Community.
The John Molson International Exchange Committee (JIC) is a group of students who promote Concordia’s amazing Student Exchange Program through their passion for travel and adventure. With over 30 host countries involved, JMSB students can choose to study almost anywhere in the world to experience one of the most rewarding opportunities their undergraduate program has to offer. JIC’s main focuses are the outgoing and incoming students. We promote international awareness and the CSEP program, and though this, hope to encourage and inspire JMSB students to go abroad for a semester or two. Furthermore, we give to our international and exchange students a taste of our culture by showing them what Montreal has to offer and make their experience a memorable one. We look forward to meeting both incoming and outgoing students and seeing you at our many events held throughout the year. Send us an email, find us on Facebook, or drop by our office. Let JIC show you how you can begin your exchange experience.
The John Molson Academic Committee (JMAC) is a student-run organization that aims to enrich the university experience of all business students. Our team’s mission is to revolutionize the way we learn here at JMSB and we are committed to providing students with the necessary resources to achieve academic excellence. We currently offer several services that facilitate the educational process, in order to ensure that students make the most of their academic year. We bring tomorrow to our students today.
The John Molson Competition Committee (JMCC), led by 15 student executives and one faculty advisor, runs the largest case competition program in the world. Each year, JMCC selects, trains, and sends undergraduate students to represent JMSB in Regional, National and International case competitions. In addition to forming academic teams in various disciplines, such as Accounting, Finance, Human Resources and Marketing, non-academic teams are also formed to take part in the Sports, Social (Improvisation) and Debate components of the competitions we attend. Our vision is to provide the ultimate university learning experience to JMSB undergraduate students and to enhance JMSB’s reputation worldwide.
From the heights of the bleachers to the depths of the field, sports is the common passion that unites, defines, and drives us. Every year since 1995, JMSM has hosted Canada’s largest sports business conference, bringing together 250 students from across North America to network, interact with, and learn from the industry executives. JMSM also hosts several other sports-oriented events throughout the year, all with the goal of bringing students one step closer to the highly coveted sports industry. In the words of the venerable Vince Lombardi: “The measure of who we are is what we do with what we have.” We’ll see you at our events!
John Molson Undergraduate Case Competition (JMUCC) Since its inception in 2009, the John Molson Undergraduate Case Competition (JMUCC) has drawn some of the world’s most prestigious business schools to Montreal to compete in one of the world’s largest undergraduate case competitions. Each year, students from across the globe put forth their unique skill sets to solve actual business cases presented by notable corporate executives. For JMUCC, networking and creating connections is the name of the game. Through our namesake case competition as well as our annual networking cocktail, we strive towards connecting students with not only their peers but with our wide network of sponsors which includes some of the biggest names in Montreal’s business community. On behalf of the JMUCC organizing committee, we would like to wish you all a successful and exciting academic year, and look forward to meeting a great number of you all along the way!
We are the John Molson Sustainable Enterprise Committee. Our mission is to provide students with the resources to effectively and professionally incorporate sustainability in their pursuit of becoming ecologically aware, socially just, and economically responsible leaders. JSG is distinctive in its approach of combining students from both the undergraduate and graduate levels as members. Join us for our Sustainable Business Night in November as well as our yearly Business Beyond Tomorrow conference in March. If you’re interested in joining the team, come meet us at our first event in September! Like us on Facebook to stay updated with upcoming events.