The PSAMA Healthcare Special Interest Group was formed in 2009 to provide an outlet for marketers with similar interests to interact and share ideas, knowledge, insights and best practices that are specific to the healthcare industry.
The PSAMA Direct Marketing Special Interest Group connects area direct marketing professionals with new ideas and emerging technologies.
The PSAMA South Sound Special Interest Group was formed in 2011 to provide an opportunity for marketing professionals in the South Sound area to interact and share ideas, knowledge, insights and best practices.
Through the Mentorship Program, college and university students (or anyone new to marketing) can benefit from the advice and mentoring of marketing professionals.
The mission of PSAMA Collegiate Relations is to supply Puget Sound area college students who desire careers in marketing with the information, community and local job market support they need.
Currently, PSAMA is working with AMA Collegiate Chapters at the following schools:
- University of Washington – Seattle
- Pacific Lutheran University
- Seattle University
- Western Washington University
If you are a student or a student organization that is interested in becoming involved with PSAMA, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The PSAMA helps connect speakers and marketing professionals with students at regional universities that are looking for meeting speakers and guests.
Whether you are a seasoned pro or would just like to share what it’s like to do what you do, you can help marketing students learn more about marketing in the real world.
Speakers: Are you a speaker that would like to share your knowledge with students from regional marketing clubs? Download an application PDF.
Students: Are you a student looking for a guest speaker? Contact Jordan Barr at email@example.com and let her know what type of speaker or guest you are looking for.
PSAMA Internship Clearing House
The PSAMA Internship Clearing House provides qualified marketing student interns from our affiliated student chapters to meet business and organization needs.
By providing the Collegiate Relations Committee with your need by a position description/details, the committee will coordinate the requirement with the faculty advisor of the student AMA chapter and recommend a student candidate to you. Organizations wishing to participate may send your need to Austin Miller, VP Collegiate Relations.