Awards

Over the past 6 years we have won several awards on different professional levels. These recognized accomplishments have allowed us to establish a credible reputation as a student organization in our campus community. We have had greater interest in our club, higher committee attendance, and more students have come to events we have hosted. Our winning has attracted funding from local businesses and marketing firms in the Rochester area to sponsor our efforts and support our chapter’s success. As a face of the St. John Fisher School of Business, we have a lot to be proud of. Winning in the past motivates us to improve ourselves each year and to continue the legacy we have started.

2010-2016 SJFC AMA Awards

2016 AMA International Collegiate Conference Awards

Nolawinners

  • 1st place: Best Communication of Chapter Activities
  • Marketer of The Year: Gina Godlewski
  • 2nd Place Sales Student of The Year: Alexis Verone
  • Honorable Mention for Sales Student of The year: Matthew Ryle
  • 3rd Place in Sales Competition: Erin McNamara
  • Semi-Finalist in Perfect Pitch Competition: Aaron Guarino

 

 

2015 AMA International Collegiate Conference Awards

  • Outstanding Internal/External Communications
  • Outstanding Membership
  • Outstanding Fundraising
  • Exhibit Award: 3rd Place, Best Communication of Chapter Activities
  • Honorable Mention – Vitamin Water Case Competition

 

2014 AMA International Collegiate Conference Awards

  • Outstanding Professional Development
  • Outstanding Community Service
  • Outstanding Fundraising
  • Outstanding Marketing Week Activities – Third year in a row, for their week-long series of speakers, workshops and events in early October 2013.

2013 AMA International Collegiate Conference Awards

  • Outstanding Chapter Planning, the second year in a row
  • Outstanding Marketing Week Activities – for their week-long series of speakers, workshops and events in early October 2012.

Regional Awards:

  • 2013 Rochester AMA – Collegiate Chapter Excellence Award ($1000) – for the third time in a row

2012 AMA International Collegiate Conference Awards

  • AMA Saves Lives Awards, handed out at AMA ICC in New Orleans:
    • 2nd place in Most Video Views  – Spring 2012 (ahead of Texas State San Marcos, Hofstra, Old Dominion and British Columbia Institute of Technology)
    • 4th place in Most Videos Submitted – Spring 2012
    • 3rd place in Most Video Views – Fall 2012 (tied with Ithaca College and beating some of our old rivals, Texas State San Marcos and BCIT)
    • 4th place in Most Videos Submitted – Fall 2012 (ahead of University of South Florida and Temple University)

      Regional Awards

        • Rochester AMA – Collegiate Chapter Excellence Award ($1000) – for the second time in a row
        • Outstanding Chapter Planning, with a perfect score of 10 for the SJFC AMA Chapter Plan
        • Outstanding Marketing Week Activities – for their week-long series of speakers, workshops and events in early October 2011.

2011 AMA International Collegiate Conference Awards

 

  • AMA Saves Lives – 3rd in Most Number of Views  – Full Year Award (Aug 2010 – March 2011) ($100)
  • AMA Saves Lives – Best Video of the Month – Honorable Mention, Full Year Award (Aug 2010 – March 2011) ($100)

    Regional Awards:

    • Rochester AMA – Collegiate Chapter Excellence Award, 2011 ($1000)

      College level Awards:

      • SGA – Most Improved Club 2010-2011

 

 

AMA Saves Lives competition. AMA Saves Lives was an AMA national initiative that was sponsored by Donate Life and ended last year. It sought to be a catalyst for increasing awareness of the need for organ donation and through social media campaigns, event sponsorship, personal contacts, and other viral communications to inspire others to become registered organ donors and organ donor advocates. SJFC AMA, with the help of students from my Fall 2010 section of MGMT221, submitted four videos to the national AMA competition, promoted those videos online, and won two awards and $200. It should be noted that our Fisher students were competing against colleges and universities from across the country, many of them much larger schools such as the Ohio State University, University of Arizona Tucson, University of Wisconsin, Texas State University.