SIFE sticks to business
Students In Free Enterprise, better known as SIFE, involves students in every area of study, but mainly business students.
Weekly meetings are held throughout the year and there is also an annual regional competition where SIFE competes against other business clubs with the goal of achieving a national bid.
Through SIFE, students can acquire new friendships, better communication skills and the experience of working in groups to achieve a common goal.
Internships are considered essential to success for business students at Concordia.
Concordia students have interned throughout the U.S. at such places as the Mayo Clinic, Koch Industries (the largest privately-held company in the world) and The Carlson Marketing Group. Many students intern in their hometowns during the summer months.
There are also plentiful opportunities in Seward and close by in Lincoln.