Webber’s fishing club offers a mix of competitive and recreational fishing, so you can structure your involvement around your interests and schedules. One of the unique perks of the fishing club is that no experience, boat, or equipment is needed to be a part of the club. They organize activities like weekly meetings and fishing excursions and the club works to keep local lakes clean. Scholarships are available to some students depending on their grades and ability
This organization is open to anyone who shows an interest in the field of Sport Business Management. The purpose of this club is to get each member actively involved in the community, professional organizations, and the field of sport business management. Through projects, volunteer work, and community involvement, members will be able to develop professional skills, networks, and a better understanding of the sport business industry. An emphasis will be placed on involvement, professionalism, and experiential learning to better prepare students interested in the field.
All Webber International Students are automatically members of the ISC. By participating in ISC meetings and events, students will get to know international students from over 45 countries and ensure that the ISC provides the types of services and activities that meet international student needs and interests.
The Society of Hosteurs is sponsored by the Council on Hotel, Restaurant, and Institution Education (CHRIE). The purpose of the Webber International University the chapter is to promote the hospitality and tourism industry as a viable career for students; to educate members through participation in local, regional, state, and national seminars, programs, and conventions to further their professional growth and development; to establish relationships with programs on other campuses; to maintain relations with industry-related trade and professional organizations; and to promote relationships with other student organizations on campus.
The Student Activities Board is an organization designed to promote student involvement on campus and encourage feedback from students. Members will create, advertise, and produce student activity events.
FBLA Collegiate Division is the higher-education counterpart of Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA). The purpose of this organization is to bring business and education together in a positive working relationship through innovative leadership and career development programs. Members of FBLA participate in community service activities while competing in sanctioned district, state, and national competitions. Students learn to work towards a common goal, see business theories applied to the real world, and get a chance to network with businesses and potential employers. Participation in this organization gives students an added advantage when it comes time to leave the university and begin their careers. Learn more at www.fbla-pbl.org/.
FCA is a certified ministry that is initiated and led by student-athletes, sponsored by coaches, and supported by staff. Meetings are held on a weekly basis.
The Webber Rotaract Club is a service, leadership, and community service based organization for young men and women between the ages of 18-30. The club is sponsored by the Rotary Club of Lake Wales. Rotaract focuses on the development of young adults as leaders in their communities and workplaces. Rotaract helps students discover hands-on service projects, fun networking, and social activities, professional development opportunities, and an international network of young leaders. The Webber Rotaract Club offers students an opportunity to become a club officer, build resumes, and not only makes a difference in one’s own life, but the lives of others.
Write, create, and distribute articles and events that pertain to Webber students, faculty, and staff.
This organization is open to anyone who is majoring in Criminal Justice Management. The purpose of this club is to get each member actively involved in the community, professional organizations, and the criminal justice system. Through projects, volunteer work, and community involvement, members will be able to develop professional skills, networks, and a better understanding of the criminal justice system. An emphasis will be placed on involvement, professionalism, and experiential learning to better prepare students interested in the field.