newest members

Eastern Mennonite University's newest Business and Professional Club members

We welcome our new business partners for 2013-14: Gannon Irons, financial advisor with Edward Jones, and Hans Harman, president of Momentum Earthworks pictured here with Susan Landes Beck, EMU associate director of development.

Harrisonburg-Rockingham Business & Professional Club

EMU sincerely appreciates the mutually beneficial partnership that results when individuals and organizations join the Business and Professional Club.

EMU graduationMore than 85 Valley businesses financially support students to complete degrees at EMU. With this support, EMU is able to fulfill its mission, preparing graduates to serve and lead with distinction in our local community and around the world.

In turn, area professionals and businesses benefit from the healthy EMU campus as students, faculty, staff, and alumni purchase products and services, work, and volunteer in our local community.

Opportunities for B&P Club members

  • Enjoy networking with community and business leaders, business faculty, and EMU administration.
  • Meet prospective employees by offering student internships and supporting student research.
  • Increase exposure for your business website by having your business listed on EMU’s B&P web page.
  • Increase your business exposure through EMU’s annual recognition of your business in local media.
  • Gain exposure and teach future leaders by serving as a guest speaker in EMU classes.
  • Gain satisfaction by supporting a university that trains leaders to serve ethically and with competence in our community.

EMU’s business impact

Shenandoah Valley businesses have benefited for nearly two decades by supporting employees who study in EMU’s Adult Degree Completion Program and are equipped with communication, team-work and leadership skills.

EMU graduates have practical skillsOther premiere EMU programs like business and economics and the MBA provide local companies with employees grounded in strong business and ethical practice skill-sets that contribute to increased company profitability, making a difference for many in our community.

EMU alumni are doctors and nursesEMU has also prepared some of the area’s best doctors and healthcare workers, leaders in conflict transformation, educators, business leaders, social service/community leaders and pastors.

Current members of the EMU B&P Club

Join the EMU B&P Club

To become a member of the Business & Professional Club, contributes $1,000 or more annually to the University Fund and support the EMU mission to serve students, the community of learning, the community of faith and the world.

Become a member by contributing to EMU

Questions?

Contact Susan Landes Beck, associate director of development at 540-432-4069 or