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|About||ALPFA at Texas A&M - Empowering Future Business Leaders|
The purpose of this organization shall be to expand opportunities for students who seek business careers by empowering them to develop as leaders through management of this student chapter, to provide opportunities to network with professionals and
potential employers, and to enhance their knowledge about opportunities and trends in the market.
"Creating Opportunities, Adding Value, and Building Relationships"
The foundation of ALPFA at Texas A&M rests on four pillars that provide an environment of professional growth, camaraderie, and success for our members. Our pillars are academic achievement, cultural awareness, civic responsibility, and professionalism. These four pillars make up the core of ALPFA’s goal to build business leaders. Our organization wishes to use these characteristics to mold and develop tomorrow’s Aggie leaders.
ALPFA Student Chapter of the Year - Central Region, ALPFA 2013 Convention, Washington, D.C.
Daniel Zamora National Student of the Year - Alex Almendarez, ALPFA 2013 Convention, Washington, D.C.
ALPFA Membership Challenge Winners - Leading Segment, ALPFA 2013 Convention, Washington, D.C.
1st place - Business Student Council Recycling Competition
2nd place nationally, KPMG Case Study Competition - ALPFA Convention 2011, Anaheim, California
Most Creative - Maysfest Fall 2010 & Spring 2011
|Founded||Founded at the Texas A&M campus in 1992, the Hispanic Business Student Association (HBSA), now formally known as ALPFA, is a professional, business organization in the Mays Business School of Texas A&M University.|