The Greater Teton Chapter
The Greater Teton Chapter covers the area from Pocatello, Idaho Falls, Rexburg, West Yellowstone, Driggs, and Jackson Wyoming. Anyone interested in promoting Moral and Ethical leadership is invited to join. Membership is not limited to alumni of BYU or to membership in the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day-saints.
The Management Society focuses on leadership training, skill enhancement, and peer sharing to promote the careers of its members. Chapters hold frequent seminars and training sessions to ensure that its members have the tools that they need to advance their careers and improve their role in their current positions.
We have more than 90 chapters in 25 countries, and are growing more quickly than ever. Membership in the BYU Management Society allows professionals to network with others who share their values, both in their community and around the world.
Serve the Community
Our chapters place strong emphasis on service in their communities. Many chapters volunteer with local service programs (such as youth mentoring, food banks, and volunteer business analysis) or conduct such independent service projects as job fairs or employment seminars. Many chapters also award scholarships to local high school students who exemplify the values promoted by the Management Society.
Support the Marriott School and BYU
The Management Society is sponsored by the BYU Marriott School of Management, one of the country's premiere business schools (see the Marriott School's rankings here), and the most highly recognized for producing graduates with high ethical standards. The Marriott School provides leadership, as well as program and financial support for chapter and organization-wide events. This beneficial relationship creates better networking opportunities for both professionals in the middle of their careers and recent Marriott School graduates looking for placements.