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  1. 911Cellular
    Summary: We Never Settle...
    In 1988, Pan Am Flight 103 was destroyed by a terrorist bomb, killing 259 on board. Among those killed in this terrible tragedy was the niece of Chad Salahshour. After the dust had settled, Chad decided to start a career in law enforcement to serve and protect others, and eventually came to notice the lack of resources and technology plaguing the industry. In 2012, Chad combined his professional law enforcement and software development skills to create 911Cellular, a company dedicated to building lifesaving communication technology by helping to bridge the gap between those who need help and those who can provide it.

    To this day, the dedicated 911Cellular team works tirelessly to continue realizing Chad’s vision… making sure the company builds safety solutions that are accessible, reliable, integrated and convenient for everyone who uses them.

    Contact: Chad Salahshour, CEO and President
    Address: 6001 Cochran Road, Suite 911, Solon, OH 44139
    Phone: 216-283-6100

    Category: Service, Campus and Community

  2. ACLU Advocacy Institute
    Summary: The ACLU Advanced Advocacy Program is a week-long summer program (July 28 – August 2, 2019) for college students designed to bring students’ advocacy skills and passion for campus organizing to the next level. Students will enhance their knowledge of civil liberties, social justice issues, and advocacy campaigns through electives and seminars led by lawyers, lobbyists, community activists, and ACLU experts. Students will also learn about internships and professional opportunities in public policy, law, communications, and social impact work to help them prepare for a career in the law and public service.

    Eligibility & Application: All college-aged students (18-24) are welcome to apply. The application can be found here and applications are due April 7, 2019. Students must be 18 years old at the time of the program and entering or returning to college in the fall of 2019. No required major. Financial Aid is available.

    Contact: Lindsay Greenberg, Head of New Products and Programs
    Address: 1330 Braddock Place, Suite 400, Alexandria, VA 22314
    Phone: 703-706-3555

    Category: Issues and Advocacy

  3. AppArmor Mobile
    Summary: AppArmor Mobile is a division of Cutcom Software Inc. that builds custom mobile safety apps and emergency notification systems for university and college institutions in Canada, the United States, and Australia. The company was founded in 2002 and is based in Toronto, Canada. A few of AppArmor's partner institutions include the University of Guelph, University of Nevada, Reno, Queen's University, Dalhousie University, Jacksonville University, and Wilfred Laurier University.

    AppArmor's safety apps include features such as push notifications, location tracking, and click-to-call capability.

    Contact: David Sinkinson, Co-Founder and President
    Address: P.O. Box 12, Station A, Toronto, Ontario, M5W 1A2
    Phone: 866-630-2251
    Fax: 866-858-7519

    Category: Web sites and Electronic Communications

    Summary: Bookbyte offers a textbook centric program which provides student government organizations with revenue and results in savings for students selling and buying textbooks.

    This program can be event driven or perpetual

    Address: 2800 Pringle Rd Suite 100
    Salem, Oregon, 97302
    Phone: 503-370-8100 or 866-456-BYTE

    Category: Fundraising

  5. Buzzocracy
    Summary: Campus Grumble is now Buzzocracy! Buzzocracy was born from the personal experiences of two different perspectives: a student and a student leader.

    As a student, co-founder Ryan Edwards was frustrated with trying to make his voice heard on campus and the lack of transparency in regard to how decisions around campus were made. On the other hand, as a student leader, co-founder John Kirkpatrick was frustrated with the difficulties associated with collecting student feedback, as students were not using contact forms, surveys, and other current methods of feedback collection.

    We created Buzzocracy as a universal, easy-to-use solution to help identify and crowdsource solutions to common campus issues like parking and campus dining options, as well as less common problems students may encounter, like stinging bees on the quad, or smelly roommates. Our platform was designed to help students crowdsource solutions for their suggestions by requiring students to write a proposed solution for their own “grumbles” as well. This aspect of Buzzocracy is what we are most proud of, as it has created a culture where other students can collaborate on the best possible solutions for campus issues.

    Campus Grumble was incorporated in June 2012 and subsequently released the beta version at Wake Forest University in August 2012 as a private platform. After a favorable response from both students and student organizations to our Beta release, we decided to initiate our official launch in January of 2013, adding Campus Grumble Connect to our portfolio. Campus Grumble Connect is a premium service that acts as a special portal for student organizations and administrators to collect student feedback and communicate with our student initiatives website - Campus Grumble.

    In August 2013 Campus Grumble rebranded under the name Buzzocracy. We made the decision to rebrand because our service isn’t just for student grievances – it is for new ideas, suggestions, and honest campus discussions! Students have much more to add to their campus communities than just complaints. With Buzzocracy it is even easier to collaborate with peers and administrators on innovative ideas and suggestions as well!

    Contact: John Kirkpatrick, President
    Address: 210 N. Church St #1214
    Charlotte, NC 28202
    Phone: 1-877-614-1079

    Category: Web sites and Electronic Communications

    Summary: began renting textbooks in August of 2007. Since then, we've served thousands and thousands of customers on more than 2,500 different college campuses in the fabulous USA. You can be confident in our customer service and reliability. We work like maniacs to get books to our customers on time, make things right when something goes wrong, and provide fast and responsive customer service.

    We are unique in our textbook rental service in that we offer virtually any textbook for rent,we pay students for referring friends, we award scholarships every semester, and we contribute a portion of the rental proceeds to a worthy humanitarian project each year. We’ll keep you involved in our humanitarian projects and progress through our “Making a Difference” link.

    Renting textbooks makes sense plain and simple. Every rental comes with a worry free guarantee within the first 15 days if you drop your class or change your mind, you keep more cash in your pocket up front, you can order from the comfort of your home or office, it doesn’t cost a penny to return your rented textbooks when you're done with them (we even provide the package), and you don’t have to worry about disappointing buyback prices at the end of the semester. Let us take the risk that your textbook will be worthless next semester; you don’t have to anymore.

    We pride ourselves on our customer service and would love to hear from you. Please let us know how we’re doing, offer suggestions, or at least enter to win one of our next scholarships or monthly giveaways. It’s free to enter and there’s no purchase necessary. Hope to hear from you soon.

    Contact: Alan Martin, President
    Address: 902 Jupiter Hills Circle
    Syracuse, UT 84075
    Phone: 801-589-1955
    Fax: 801-823-2354

    Category: Web sites and Electronic Communications

  7. CheddarU
    Summary: NEW YORK, July 26, 2018 — Cheddar, the leading post cable networks company, today launched CheddarU, a live news network on college campuses, across 1,650 TV screens on more than 650 universities. The channel will be fully distributed to all campuses by August 1. Acquired from Viacom in May 2018 and previously known as MTVU, CheddarU now runs on campuses across the country, making the live news network the #1 digital out of home network among A18–24.

    Content on the network includes headline news coverage, top interviews with business executives and influencers, and student special features. Cheddar is producing and airing “Student Spotlight” series, slated to begin running August 20, that will explore unique student stories, and is building a network of student correspondents to contribute to CheddarU reporting.

    “CheddarU will be our go-to resource for what’s important to Generations Y and Z,” said Kirk Robles, Associate Director of Business Development, University of California, Berkeley. “I am thrilled there is finally a live news product like this for college campuses.”

    “We are excited to expose our students to this new venture that brings news and entertainment to our building in a new way,” said Clayton Kolb, Associate Director, Student Engagement & Campus Life, Virginia Polytechnic Institute & State University (Virginia Tech).

    NCC Media, which is owned by Comcast, Spectrum, and Cox Communications, is selling advertising inventory on CheddarU. Pandora and Chegg are already launch partners.

    “We are thrilled to partner with Cheddar as their exclusive partner for the launch of CheddarU. Our team is excited to offer our agency and brand clients the exclusive opportunity to reach this valuable and difficult to reach audience through our partnership with Cheddar,” said Nicolle Pangis, CEO of NCC Media.

    “CheddarU provides students easy look up access to exclusive Cheddar content that is designed to meet the needs of this generation of news consumers,” says Carlo DiMarco, General Manager of CheddarU. “It is a win win for students and our campus partners as CheddarU is the perfect content choice for areas on campus where students spend time. While technology has changed much of college life, students continue to visit the dining areas and gyms on campus with the same frequency as they always have.

    CheddarU screens are currently available for viewing in campus cafeterias, gyms, and additional public spaces, as well as a dedicated 24/7 cable channel on over 300 cable systems. Students can also enjoy the network on their own smartphones and laptops for free by simply registering with Cheddar using their school email address. Signups will begin August 15 at

    Cheddar now has a portfolio of three live news networks:

    • Cheddar: business news covering the most innovative executives, founders, products, and technologies transforming our lives and economy
    • Cheddar Big News: fast-paced, young, non-partisan general news and headline news
    • CheddarU: top news, technology coverage, startup stories, and student features

    For more information about CheddarU, including student correspondents, free student access to CheddarU, or how to advertise on the network, please contact

    Contact: Keri Galatio, Marketing & Affiliate Coordinator
    Phone: 646-880-6726

    Category: Web sites and Electronic Communications

  8. Christy Whitman International
    Summary: I am just a normal woman that applied tried and true success principles in my life, and achieved extraordinary results. I was dissatisfied with many areas of my life. I was never happy with the way I looked physically. I never felt satisfied with my relationships. I was constantly searching for all my outer circumstances to change in order for me to finally be happy. I was desperately searching for my passion in life. I am happy to say that my life is now full of passion, excitement, wonder, and love.

    Take the journey of self-discovery and personal empowerment with me through my books, my speaking engagements, and my personal consulting and coaching services. Become amazed at yourself and what you can be, do, or have in your own life.

    Contact: Christy Whitman
    Address: 64 E. Uwchlan Ave., PMB #107
    Exton, PA 19341
    Phone: 610-883-7345

    Category: Speakers & Presenters

  9. ClearCause Foundation
    Summary: ClearCause™ Foundation is committed to keeping American children and students safe on foreign soil by holding youth travel, exchange and study abroad programs to the highest standards.

    The cause is clear – our children, America’s next generations, must be protected from the abuse, injuries and deaths that have occurred in a self-regulated youth travel, foreign exchange and study abroad industry.

    Those we entrust to take our young adults and children overseas must be responsible – and held accountable. That’s why we’re fighting for realistic reforms, like first-time federal oversight and mandated transparent public reporting of organizations that operate study-abroad, foreign-exchange, global student travel and similar programs.

    Through public outreach, education and safety advocacy, ClearCause Foundation offers one voice for the safety of young people traveling internationally.  Let them see our world.  Liberty. Freedom. Help us keep them safe and protect them.

    We invite you to join our ClearCause and support our mission – “Safe Global Youth Travel, Foreign Exchange and Study Abroad.”

    Contact: Sheryl Hill, Founding Director
    Address: Box 376
    Mound, MN 55364
    Phone: 612-276-2172
    FAX: 952-938-9414

    Category: Travel

  10. College Discount Cards, LLC
    Summary: From textbooks to tuition, late night pizza to pre-class coffee, the costs of college life loom large.

    In 1998, this simple truth led to a brilliant business model that’s remained solid for nearly 20 years: a savings program that allows college students to relish in campus offerings with built-in discounts.

    College Discount Cards provides more than awesome deals to an eager demographic. Our program bridges student organizations with peers by increasing transparency, building awareness, and fostering community. A member of the American Student Government Association (ASGA), we actively participate and help sponsor events and programs. College Discount Cards infuses vibrancy into the local economy by introducing campus businesses to their ripest market. It’s a win-win for all—and now, it’s going mobile.

    Along with our signature cards, students can download our mobile app. They can set up notifications for upcoming deals, and access discounts at national retailers. If you already have a discount program, we can feature it on our app—giving you more exposure.

    College Discount Cards strengthens your university ecosystem. If you’re interested in joining our program, click here to learn more.

    Contact: Bob Stixrud, Owner
    Address: 5200 Willson Road, Suite 150, Minneapolis, MN 55424
    Phone: 651-237-5018
    Fax: 651-237-5019

    Category: Student Services/SG Programs and Events

  11. College Scheduler by Civitas Learning
    By bringing student-centric design to scheduling and registration, College Scheduler simplifies one of the most critical points on the journey toward degree completion. College Scheduler has helped nearly 3 million students across 200 institutions easily create perfect class schedules while balancing learning with life. Our customers experience increases in credit hours taken, term over term persistence and graduation rates. Exceptional customer service and cutting edge technology are the foundation of our company’s excellent reputation in Higher Ed. College Scheduler is excited to join Civitas Learning with the shared mission of helping a million more students graduate.

    Founder Robert Strazzarino wrote the first version of College Scheduler as a sophomore at California State University, Chico. By his senior year, over half of the student body was using College Scheduler every semester as well as many advisors and administrators. Chico State purchased a yearly license of the software in 2005 and College Scheduler was born.

    Contact: Madeline Dell, Marketing Event Coordinator
    Address: 100 Congress Avenue, Suite 300, Austin, TX 78701
    Phone: 512-695-1594

    Category: Time Management

  12. College Student Services Administration (CSSA) Master’s Degree at The College of Saint Rose
    Summary: You love college – now make it a career. Earn an M.S. in Education in College Student Services Administration (CSSA). Our 36-credit graduate program will provide you with the skills for career opportunities at a broad range of colleges and universities. The 300-hour internship experience is uniquely structured depending on your particular interest and skills. With 307 colleges in New York, many within Albany’s Capital Region, you will be able to gain experience in countless settings in higher education. By the end, you will have developed the hands-on knowledge of student services required by colleges and universities across the U.S.

    Contact: The College of Saint Rose, College of Student Services Administration
    Address: 432 Western Avenue
    Albany, NY 12203
    Phone: 800-637-8556 ext. 2

    Category: Graduate Programs

  13. Credit Suisse
    Summary: Credit Suisse Group is a world-leading financial services company, advising clients in all aspects of finance, around the world, around the clock.

    Credit Suisse provides companies, institutional clients and high-net-worth private clients worldwide, as well as retail clients in Switzerland, with advisory services, comprehensive solutions, and excellent products.

    Contact: Melissa Teller, Vice President
    Address: Eleven Madison Avenue
    New York, NY 10010
    Phone: 212-325-5293
    FAX: 917-326-5764

    Category: Employer

  14. Dave Kelly: America's Student Leadership Trainer
    Summary: Recommended. ASGA members get a 20% discount.
    Dave Kelly is a professional serving leadership expert, experienced campus, state, and international student leader and advisor, motivator, author, and trainer. An expert on running better campus organizations and student governments, Dave’s presentations are high energy, interactive, theatrical, filled with humor, stories, fun, and, most importantly, content rich. He has spoken and trained on more than 250 college and university campuses, including more than 100 SG retreats and workshops, with “Parliamentary Procedure for Student Government” ranking as his most requested program. Check out his website at where you can see his Affordable Pricing Model for your campus!

    Phone: 770-552-6592
    Category: Speakers & Presenters

  15. Direct Textbook
    Summary: Direct Textbook searches over 200 online bookstores for cheap textbooks, to save you money and time. We also help you get more for your used books with our college textbook buyback price search.

    Contact: Chris Lindgren, President
    Address: 1525 Chemeketa St NE
    Salem, OR 97301
    Phone: 503-930-4568
    Fax: 503-210-0716

    Category: Student Services/SG Programs and Events

  16. eBallot
    Summary: eBallot is a voting platform that specializes in providing easy, fair, and secure ballots and voting events. Since 2001, eBallot has helped organizations - from unions to award shows - run successful elections, enact new policies, and make smarter everyday decisions.

    Address: 251 18th Street, #704, Arlington, VA 22202
    Phone: 844-632-8683
    Category: Elections, Voting

  17. EdU-Innovative Consulting, LLC
    Summary: Reputation
    Scott Peak is President and Founder of edU-Innovative Consulting, LLC.

    He has over 35 years experience in higher education management in areas of student housing, dining services, bookstore, student union, auxiliary services.

    Prior to retiring in 2016, Scott was responsible for the transition of a traditional campus bookstore operation to a new Virtual Bookstore and Retail Store.

    Scott provides HIGH-ENERGY and creative solutions for higher education in areas of financial management, strategic change in business models, and operational analysis.

    He guided $120 million in residence hall expansion from 1999-2009.
    In his role as Executive Director of Auxiliary Services he was responsible for $58 million annual budgets allocations.

    He received his MBA from Cardinal Stritch University in 1999.

    The mission of edU-Innovative Consulting is to provide exceptional service to enhance operational and strategic planning for higher education in areas of student housing, dining services, bookstore operations, auxiliary services, and business services.

    Campuses are currently facing significant financial and operational challenges and edU-Innovative Consulting is well positioned to provide creative solutions.

    Contact: Scott Peak, President
    Address: 5633 Blue Moon Drive, Colorado Springs, CO 80924
    Phone: 719-301-7704
    Fax: 719-362-4278

    Category: Consulting, Student Government

  18. Educational Housing Services
    Summary:  We believe safe, affordable, student living is a key part of academic success. And for more than two decades we have provided students from across America and over 50 countries worldwide with high quality independent residences in New York, the most exciting city in the world.

    A supportive, comfortable and safe living environment is known to help inspire students to greater academic and social success. That's why all EHS residences are designed and managed to provide a consummate student housing experience all year round. Combine that with a great New York City location and countless opportunities to experience New York safely and affordably and you begin to understand the scope of the Educational Housing Services Student Life Program.

    Contact: Jim Viola, Marketing Associate
    Address: 31 lexington Avenue
    New York, NY 10010
    Phone: 212-977-9099 x 3510
    Fax: 212-307-0701

    Category: Student Services/SG Programs and Events

  19. EF College Break
    Summary: EF College Break makes international travel easy, affordable, and social, everything a college student traveler is looking for. Travel the best of Europe—Rome, London, Barcelona, and so many more. Or go further and take a trip to Thailand, Australia, Egypt, or beyond. Why deal with the hassles of backpacking when EF College Break tours are cheaper, more social, and completely worry-free? Wherever you want to go, EF College Break has the tour for you and your friends!

    Contact: Mike Cleary
    Address: EF Center Boston
    One Education St.
    Cambridge MA 02141
    Phone: 617-619-1580 phone
    Fax: 617-619-1500 fax

    Category: Travel

  20. Election Trust
    Summary: ElectionTrust is a unique resource for election administrators. Created in response to growing demand for improving the way people vote, we have brought together veteran professionals and proven technology to offer innovative balloting solutions for every private sector election challenge.

    Our election managers have executed 'mission critical' votes for a wide variety of clients, including: national political party conventions; corporate governance balloting; Congress-mandated tax referenda; and professional association leadership elections.

    And our state-of-the-art technology has been proven to deliver 'issue-free' balloting every time. Whether your vote requires a traditional mail-in paper ballot, an interactive 'touch-tone' telephone ballot or robust online eBalloting -- or a hybrid combination of balloting platforms -- we are dedicated to delivering a simple, fair, efficient, private and secure election.

    Address: Main P.O. Box 1902
    Bellevue, WA 98009 
    Toll Free: 888-246-0263
    Phone: 206-860-5191
    Fax: 206-331-3827

    Category: Elections, Voting

  21. Fluent Group
    Summary: Fluent (previously Campus Entertainment) is the specialized marketing agency for brands looking to create authentic connections with College Millennial Consumers (CMCs) where they live, learn and play—both on and off campus. Formerly known as Campus Entertainment, our exclusive affiliation with the National Association for Campus Activities (NACA) allows clients unparalleled access and insights to help sharpen brand relevance through integrated marketing solutions that create brand loyalties.

    College Millennial Marketing, Experiential on campus campaigns, Student Ambassador programs, Campus, Insights, Experiential, Digital, Social Media activation, Strategic Planning and Consulting.

    Contact: Mark Hall, President/CEO
    Address: 13 Harbison Way
    Columbia, SC 29212
    Phone: 803-227-2600
    Fax: 803-227-2601

    Category: Student Services/SG Programs and Events

  22. Foundation for Critical Thinking
    Summary: The Center for Critical Thinking and Moral Critique and the Foundation for Critical Thinking -- two sister educational non-profit organizations -- work closely together to promote educational reform. We seek to promote essential change in education and society through the cultivation of fair-minded critical thinking.

    Critical thinking is essential if we are to get to the root of our problems and develop reasonable solutions. After all, the quality of everything we do is determined by the quality of our thinking.

    The work of the Foundation is to integrate the Center's research and theoretical developments, and to create events and resources designed to help educators improve their instruction. Materials developed through the Foundation for Critical Thinking include books, thinker's guides, videos, and other teaching and learning resources. The Foundation and Center for Critical Thinking sponsor an annual International Critical Thinking Conference, as well as advanced academies and international academies in Europe.

    Contact: Rachael Collins, Assistant to the President
    Address: PO Box 196
    Tomales, CA 94971
    Phone: 707-878-9100
    Fax: 707-878-9111

    Category: Leadership, Training & Development

  23. Foundation for Individual Rights in Education (FIRE)
    Summary: The mission of FIRE is to defend and sustain individual rights at America’s colleges and universities. These rights include freedom of speech, legal equality, due process, religious liberty, and sanctity of conscience—the essential qualities of individual liberty and dignity. FIRE’s core mission is to protect the unprotected and to educate the public and communities of concerned Americans about the threats to these rights on our campuses and about the means to preserve them.

    FIRE was founded in 1999 by University of Pennsylvania professor Alan Charles Kors and Boston civil liberties attorney Harvey Silverglate after the overwhelming response to their 1998 book The Shadow University: The Betrayal Of Liberty On America’s Campuses.

    Contact: Molly Nocheck, Director of Campus Outreach
    Address: 510 Walnut Street, Suite 1250, Philadelphia, PA 19106
    Phone: 215-717-3473
    Fax: 215-717-3471

    Category: Issues and Advocacy

  24. George Washington University/Graduate School of Political Management (GSPM)
    Summary: ASGA Silver Sponsor - Graduate School of Political Management (GSPM) at The George Washington University The Graduate School of Political Management (GSPM) of The George Washington University is the Nation’s premiere school of professional politics, having been deemed “the West Point of the political wars” by The New York Times. Located in the heart of Washington, D.C., the GSPM offers a unique educational experience from a variety of adjunct faculty who are experts in the field, offering concentrations in Campaign Management; Lobbying and Government Relations; Issues Management and Advocacy; Fundraising; Polling and Strategic Research; Corporate and Trade Association Public Affairs; Politics and Public Policy; and Political Leadership. The GSPM is unrivaled in the field of professional politics and our alumni are working in every facet of practical politics in our Nation’s Capitol, across the United States and around the world.

    Contact: ASGA Silver Sponsor - Graduate School of Political Management (GSPM) at The George Washington UniversityMarie Rudolph, Senior Marketing Strategist
    The George Washington University
    Graduate School of Political Management
    Phone: 202-994-5513
    FAX: 202-994-6006

    Category: Graduate Programs

  25. GroupSpaces
    Summary: GroupSpaces is a free, easy to use platform to help real-world groups and communities manage themselves online. Today our software helps manage over 1 million memberships for sports clubs, charities, university societies, national associations and many other groups.

    GroupSpaces is a London-based company founded in 2007 by David Langer and Andy Young, frustrated with their experiences of managing groups while at Oxford University. Since then, GroupSpaces has expanded into an international market with a growing number of groups and users in over 30 countries.  GroupSpaces is funded by Index Ventures and a consortium of Angel Investors including Simon Levene, Dave McClure, Chris Sacca, Quincy Smith, Meagan Marks, Ariel Poler, Stephen Bullock and Avonmore Developments.

    Contact: Dahn Tamir

    Category: Web sites and Electronic Communications

  26. HBO
    Contact: Jane Mermel, HBO Marketing Associate
    Phone: 212-512-8845

    Category: Publicity & Promotions

  27. How I Compare (HIC)
    Summary: How I Compare (HIC) is a cloud based recruitment and enrollment platform for students looking to enter Law School. The HIC platform allows Pre-Law Students to enroll into HIC, for FREE, to identify their best fit law schools for which to apply, Scholarship dollars available and financial aid likelihood. HIC uses a proprietary REAL TIME Algorithm to generate an individually customized and always up to date HIC LIST.

    With HIC, Pre-Law Students and Law School Admissions teams now have available to them a first ever platform where they can research, locate and even directly communicate (via a private chat feature) with each other to create a more seamless and individually customized recruitment.

    Contact: Hayden Trepeck, Senior Director
    Address: 901 NW 35th Street B-106, Boca Raton, FL 33431
    Phone: 561-289-7952

    Category: Graduate Programs

  28. Indago Innovations, LLC
    Summary: Contact: Kevin Clayton, Founder
    Address: 26 Frontier Trail, Manorville, NY 11949
    Phone: 631-655-1219
    Category: Group Management, Member Relations

  29. Involvio
    Summary: We launched Involvio as students at Drexel University in Philadelphia out of our frustration that keeping track of events happening on campus was just too hard - we knew there must have been a better way, but there wasn’t, so we built it! We took the top prize upon graduating from the GE/OMD Incubator program in New York City and have since grown by leaps and bounds. Our product is used by thousands of students on campuses across the US and Canada. Our team is laser focused on building tools that boost student engagement.

    Contact: Ari Winkleman, Founder & CEO
    Address: 261 Madison Avenue, 9th Floor, New York, NY 10016
    Phone: 212-729-6670
    Fax: 917-793-0393

    Category: Student Services/SG Programs and Events

  30. Jossey-Bass
    Summary: Jossey-Bass publishes books, periodicals, and other media to inform and inspire those interested in developing themselves, their organizations and their communities. Jossey-Bass’ publications feature the work of some of the world’s best-known authors in leadership, business, education, religion and spirituality, parenting, nonprofit, public health and health administration, conflict resolution and relationships.

    Publishing nearly 250 new titles each year, Jossey-Bass seeks to honor and affirm the values, purpose, and mission that inform our publishing decisions and our professional relationships.

    In addition to Jossey-Bass’ book and electronic offerings, there are 25 periodicals, journals, and newsletters published under the Jossey-Bass imprint, including the award-winning quarterly review Leader to Leader produced in collaboration with the Leader to Leader Institute.

    In 1999, Jossey-Bass was acquired by John Wiley & Sons, Inc. and is now an imprint of Wiley.

    Contact: Jessica Egbert, Marketing Manager
    Address: 989 Market St.
    San Francisco, CA 94103
    Phone: 415-782-3211

    Category: Publications, SG Related

  31. National Association of Railroad Passengers
    Summary: The mission of the National Association of Railroad Passengers (NARP) is to work for a modern, customer-focused national passenger train network that provides a travel choice Americans want.

    NARP is the largest national membership advocacy organization for train and rail transit passengers. We have worked since 1967 to expand the quality and quantity of passenger rail in the United States. Our work is supported by around 20,000 individual members.

    NARP members save 10% on most Amtrak rail fares and enjoy other benefits, and become valued partners in our movement for a more modern, safe, efficient and affordable national passenger train network and better travel for all Americans. Students can join NARP for as little as $20.00 per year, $15.00 off the regular Individual rate!

    Contact: Ross Capon, President & CEO
    Address: 505 Capitol Ct NE
    Washington, DC 20002
    Phone: 202-408-8362
    FAX: 202-408-8287

    Category: Travel

  32. National Coalition Building Institute
    Summary: The National Coalition Building Institute is an international non-profit leadership development network dedicated to the elimination of racism and other forms of oppression.

    Rooted in an understanding of individual, community, and systemic change, NCBI leaders work with public and private organizations to further:

    • Cultural competence,
    • Collaboration and partnerships,
    • Effective relationships within and across group identities.

    Contact: Gail Vollrath, Administrative Manager
    Address: 1730 Rhode Island Ave NW
    Washington, DC 20036
    Phone: 202-785-9400
    Fax: 202-785-3385

    Category: Leadership, Ethics

  33. National Society of Collegiate Scholars (NSCS)
    Summary: NSCS is the nation’s only honors organization exclusively for college freshmen and sophomores.

    The Washington, D.C.-based organization, with 375,000 members in 205 college chapters across the country, is designed to recognize outstanding academic achievement and to assist students in achieving their career objectives.

    NSCS encourages members to become and remain involved in community service and leadership activities throughout their college experiences and beyond. Membership is by invitation only, based on grade-point average.

    Address: 2000 M Street Northwest, Suite 600, Washington, DC 20036
    Phone: 202-265-9000 or 800-989-6727
    Fax: 202-265-9200 or 800-784-1015
    Category: Service, Campus and Community

  34. OrcaTV
    Summary: OrcaTV is a unique, curated channel of student and faculty submitted fliers, videos, and social media that simplifies communications on college campuses and helps to inform and engage the university community. By bringing many different communication mediums to one place, OrcaTV creates a centralized platform that is accessible, interactive, and fun to use.

    Contact: Rajiv Shenoy, CEO
    Address: 2204 Walnut Street, 3rd Floor
    Phladelphia, PA 19103
    Phone: 267-373-8952
    Category: Publicity & Promotions

  35. OrgSync, Inc.
    Summary: OrgSync provides online communities to create a more connected campus. The Company’s products empower students with the tools to more effectively manage their organizations. OrgSync centralizes all the tools you need into one platform allowing you to go paperless, manage calendars and event planning, track hours and attendance, maintain accurate websites, conduct anonymous elections, and much more. OrgSync also serves as a knowledgebase where all members can access information that has been made available to them and because all data is automatically archived, organizations no longer struggle with officer turnover and transition.

    The platform also provides students with Co-Curricular Transcripts (similar to an academic transcript) to document their involvement outside the classroom and ePortfolios to market themselves with a personal website as they apply for jobs, internships, or graduate school.

    Contact: Cayce Stone
    Address: 13140 Coit Road, Suite 405, Dallas, TX 75240
    Phone: 972-907-0900
    Fax: 972-907-0901

    Category: Web sites and Electronic Communications

  36. Oxfam America
    Summary: Oxfam America is an international relief and development organization that creates lasting solutions to poverty, hunger, and injustice. Together with individuals and local groups in more than 90 countries, Oxfam saves lives, helps people overcome poverty, and fights for social justice. We are one of the 15 affiliates in the international confederation, Oxfam.

    Our vision: A just world without poverty

    Our mission: To create lasting solutions to poverty, hunger, and social injustice.

    Contact: Jaclyn Milne, Volunteer Engagement Specialist
    Address: 226 Causeway Street, 5th Floor
    Boston, MA 02114-2206
    Phone: 617-728-2573
    Fax: 617-728-2595
    Category: Service, Campus and Community

  37. Peter Bielagus, Financial Advisor
    Summary: After racking up $5,000 in credit card debt his freshman year of college, Peter graduated with zero debt. Peter's escape from debt inspired him to write Getting Loaded; A Complete Personal Finance Guide for Students and Young Professionals. Now a licensed financial advisor, he's been quoted in the Wall Street Journal, USA Today and the New York Post. Peter has also created many financial education products, including the interactive CD ROM, Mastering Your Personal Finances and the upcoming book Negotia-Date, which shows young people all their natural negotiating talents.

    Address: 170 South River Road
    Bedford, NH 03110
    Phone: (603) 606-5685
    Fax: (603) 673-0080

    Category: Speakers & Presenters

  38. Presence
    Summary: Formerly Check I'm Here, Presence provides a web and mobile platform to universities and colleges to help increase student engagement, assess involvement, allocate funding efficiently, and improve retention through simplifying and digitizing processes, collecting, structuring, and analyzing involvement data, and provides tools to help reach and engage more students.

    We Believe Student Engagement Drives Achievement
    Our founder and our team were student leaders in student government, orientation, organizations, residence life, and Staff Professionals in marketing and enrollment, residence life, student life and involvement, recreation, leadership, and more. From these experiences we know the impact that student leadership and involvement can play in learning and achievement.

    We found that increasing engagement, allocating funding, assessing involvement, and retention were just a few of the surface level problems driven by the lack of data, ability to collect and understand it, and the tools to take action. So we created Presence, where we build the solutions to affordably and effectively help the students and professionals be more successful.

    We built Presence so you can focus on what you do best. We'll take care of the rest. 

    Contact: Reuben Pressman, CEO & Founder
    Address: 100 7th Avenue South, Saint Petersburg, FL 33701
    Phone: 888-998-2390

    Category: Web sites and Electronic Communications

  39. Running Start
    Summary: Join this nonpartisan movement of young women leaders--gain the skills you need to feel confident and ready to lead by participating in our programs. Support our trainings by becoming a member, making a donation, or attending our fabulous alum showcase, the Young Women to Watch Awards. Be a part of this tidal wave of young women bringing their voices to the table and our halls of power.

    By educating young women and girls about the importance of politics, and imbuing them with the skills they need to be leaders, we give women the running start they need to achieve greater political power. With an earlier start in politics, women will climb higher on the leadership ladder, allowing more women to share in the decision making power of this country.

    The Young Women’s Political Leadership Program introduces 60 high school girls to the importance of political leadership. This week-long retreat in July includes workshops led by experts in the field on public speaking, messaging, networking, on-camera media training, and platform development. The goal of the program is to encourage the girls to channel their leadership into politics.

    The Running Start/Walmart Star Fellowship program brings 14 college women to Washington, DC each year to learn about politics first-hand.  Our Fellows are placed in the offices of female Members of Congress on Capitol Hill where they hone their policy and political skills.  Each Friday, the Fellows take part in a seminar conducted by Running Start, which rounds out their internship experience by giving them the skills and contacts they need to become political leaders.  The seminars also give our Fellows a better understanding of what their boss had to do to win their seat in Congress. The Fellows emerge from their semester in DC with a deeper understanding of the need for more women to run for office, and confidence in their own abilities to lead, whether at their schools or on the national stage.

    Running Start officially launched Elect Her: Campus Women Win in the spring of 2010, in collaboration with American Association of University Women (AAUW).  The Elect Her initiative highlights programs that are growing the pipeline of women running for elected office. The centerpiece program of the Elect Her initiative is a training program that encourages college women to run for student government on their college or university campuses. Research has shown that women who run for student body elections in college are more likely to run for office as adults. The training addresses the disparity between the high percentage of women in colleges and universities and their low percentage in student governments.

    The Young Women’s Political Summit brings together young women from across the country for the opportunity to hone their leadership skills, strengthen their political connections, and take their leadership to the next level. The summit is open to women between the ages of 15 and 35+.

    The Running Start Internship introduces young women (and men) to the Washington, DC nonprofit world, providing numerous opportunities for professional development and political training. Interns take on substantive projects to help plan and implement Running Start’s programs and participate in the trainings offered during their internship semester. Interns leave Running Start with new skills, useful professional contacts, and are ready to run for office.

    Run with Running Start is a unique competition for alums of Running Start’s other programs to further their training via a campaign simulation and to showcase their accomplishments to the country and to DC’s political elites. Alums enter the contest and must pass through several rounds, including a general application review, online voting, signature gathering, and other campaign simulation activities to become one of our finalists. The finalists are honored and compete live for audience votes at Running Start’s Young Women to Watch Awards (held each spring). The winner earns the Political Rising Star Award. 

    Contact: Melissa Richmond, Vice President
    Address: 1310 L Street Northwest, Suite 820, Washington, DC 20005
    Phone: 202-223-3895

    Category: Leadership, Training & Development

  40. Student Advantage (Discount Card)
    Summary: The Student Advantage® Card is the nation's largest student discount program good for SAVINGS of up to 50% at more than 15,000 locations around campus, online and across the country.

    Students can save every day with their Student Advantage Membership!
    And they'll have you to thank. Help your student audience save money while you earn some.

    The Student Advantage Affiliate Program is easy to join. You don't pay us. We pay you! You earn a commission for each new Student Advantage Member that is referred through your Web site. There's no cost to join and you can leave the Program at any time.

    Implementing your Affiliate links takes little time. Once you've enrolled, we assign you a unique Affiliate Code. You choose from a wide variety of logos, text, buttons and banners from our Link Library to promote the Student Advantage Membership. You're paid for every new Member referred from your Web site.

    Address: Student Advantage, Inc., 280 Summer Street, Boston, MA 02210
    Phone: 617-912-2011
    Fax: 617-912-2089

    Category: Student Services/SG Programs and Events

  41. Student Government Perks
    Summary: Student Government Perks was founded in 1998. Since then, we have partnered with hundreds of Student Governments and Universities to help students save money at 30+ of the most popular local businesses and restaurants around campus! The Benefit to Student Government is that it's a tangible way to reach out to students and show them SGA is there for them. It's an Awesome Gift for Freshmen!

    Contact: Bruce Twersky, President
    Address: 4409 East Emile Zola Avenue, Phoenix, AZ 85032
    Phone: 480-226-7931

    Category: Student Services/SG Programs and Events

  42. Student Health 101
    Summary:  The Student Health 101 Program was developed to help colleges and universities do a better job of educating their students in health-related matters. While it’s true that most schools do maintain a student health services program, many of these programs are faced with inadequate budgets and resources, as well as limited hours of operation. Under such circumstances students often do not achieve a high level of understanding regarding how to maintain their good health. In addition, students may want more anonymity and privacy than are offered by student health services.

    The Student Health 101 Program is designed to provide colleges and universities with a comprehensive resource that enhances their own health education efforts.

    The Program provides an attractive publication nine times per year, delivered via email to both students and parents. Students also have access to a 24/7 student health website that addresses their concerns medically and in terms of privacy.

    Working with students, their parents, and their schools, Student Health 101 is a valuable resource for everyone concerned.

    Address: 144 Turnpike Road, Suite 240
    Southborough, MA 01772
    Phone: 866-636-8336
    Fax: 508-624-8439

    Category: Student Services/SG Programs and Events

  43. Symplicity Corporation
    Summary: Symplicity is reinventing information technology (IT) consulting by streamlining development processes and deploying the most advanced and proven technologies. Symplicity is passionate about providing its clients with IT solutions; services and products that enable them to maximize productivity, increase their return on investment, and enhance their relationships with customers and constituents. Symplicity is a participant in the U.S. Small Business Administration's 8(a) program.

    Symplicity specializes in database driven, web-based applications, enterprise information systems architecture and development, network design and management, systems and software engineering, network integration and management, information security and enterprise systems management.

    Contact: Matt Kelley
    Address: 1560 Wilson Boulevard, Suite 550
    Arlington, VA
    Phone: 703-373-7026
    Fax: 703-351-6357

    Category: Web sites and Electronic Communications

    Summary: is a coalition of students, parents, professors and organizations inspired to take action against the skyrocketing price of college textbooks and promote affordable alternatives. Our mission is to raise awareness of the problem and the growing availability of high quality, affordable alternatives like open-source textbooks.

    The Rebellion is open to all individuals and organizations interested in promoting affordable alternatives to expensive textbooks.

    Address: 1 Bridge Street, Suite 105
    Irvington, NY 10533
    Phone: 203-891-6027
    FAX: 203-404-4965

    Category: Student Services/SG Programs and Events

  45. The Fund for American Studies
    Summary: The Fund for American Studies - DC Internships: TFAS sponsors summer and semester internship programs that provide furnished housing in the heart of DC, roommate matching based on compatibility criteria, and planned cultural outings, social activities, and tours of Washington institutions – all to help ensure that students have the DC experience of a lifetime. The programs are designed for undergraduates interested in the following subject areas:

    • Public Policy & Economics
    • International Affairs & Economics
    • Journalism & Communications
    • Business & Corporate Government Affairs
    • Nonprofit Sector & Community Service
    Students gain substantive professional experience by interning approximately 30 hours a week while earning academic credit in government and economics from George Mason University. Internship placements are guaranteed and sites include federal agencies, policy groups, international affairs organizations, media outlets, public affairs firms, government relations offices and nonprofits.

    Contact: Dana Faught, Associate Director of Recruitment and Admissions
    U.S. Programs | The Fund for American Studies
    Address: 1621 New Hampshire Ave. NW 
    Washington, DC 20009
    Phone: 202-986-0384 
    Fax: 202-318-0441
    Category: Leadership, Training & Development

  46. The Medallion Honor Society, Inc.
    Summary: The Medallion Honor Society (TMHS) is a non-secret, non-profit, scholastic, honor, educational-service organization for certain students, faculty and staff at accredited colleges and universities.  TMHS recognizes and encourages excellence in education, promotes the development of leadership ability and character in the members thereof and fosters, disseminates, and improves education by appropriate service projects, through membership in a national association of local chapters of TMHS at such colleges and universities.

    Instead of focusing on themselves, TMHS members choose to emphasize other individuals.  By placing emphasis on others, TMHS members seek to achieve success in life, to strengthen their own character, and to serve humanity with a spirit of generosity.  TMHS members subscribe to the principle that a lifetime of learning and service will be its own reward.  To that end, a member’s attitude reflects their character; their character leads to effective leadership; and leadership provides service to others.

    Contact: Dr. James L. Chappell
    Address: 720 East 14th Avenue
    Bowling Green, KY. 42101
    Phone: 270-846-1097
    Fax: 270-781-0344

    Category: Leadership, Training & Development

  47. The National Society of Leadership and Success
    Summary: ASGA Recommended. ASGA members get 10-percent off the normal fees. The Society provides Student Governments and institutions with a speaker series delivered throughout the year via satellite that includes top-notch nationally recognized speakers, such as Patrick Combs, Gary Tuerack, and Joe Martin, at a fraction of the normal cost. The speaker series is $3,900 per year normally, but ASGA members will save $390.

    The National Society of Leadership and Success:
    The Society Provides Schools with a Complete Leadership Program Including a Top Notch Speaker Series.

    This program is dedicated to motivating college students long term throughout college and life. Seven times a year, award winning motivational speakers are broadcasted live to Society chapters across the country. This gives students continuous support throughout the year. Along with the presentations the students also benefit from year round Success Networking Teams that keeps them committed to their goals and on the path to success.

    Contact: Tim Duffy
    Address: 50 Harrison Street, Suite 308
    Hoboken, NJ 07030
    Phone: 201-222-6544
    Fax: 201-222-0613
    Web: or
    Category: Speakers & Presenters

  48. The Society for Collegiate Leadership & Achievement (SCLA)
    Summary: SCLA is a multidisciplinary honor society with 150+ student chapters across the country. We employ features that are novel among honor societies to drive both college and career success. SCLA aims to maximize student potential through our powerful, customized skill development platform, 550+ competency-building videos, vibrant mentor and peer community, and internship and job opportunities. We offer a customized experience with practical exercises, exclusive webinars and events, and mentoring. 

    Contact: Sherice Evans, Vice President of Strategy & Development
    Address: 1510 19th Street, NW, Washington, DC 20036
    Phone: 202-640-4705

    Category: Leadership, Training & Development

  49. The Washington Center for Internships and Academic Seminars
    Summary: The Washington Center was founded in 1975. We are an independent nonprofit organization that provides internship programs and academic seminars to college students and recent graduates from across the country and around the world. We are affiliated with hundreds of colleges and universities nationwide and work with thousands of internships placements in Washington representing major professional fields in the private, public and nonprofit sectors. We also provide intern abroad programs in London, Sydney and Oxford. The Washington Center has over 40,000 alumni.

    Washington, D.C. Internship Program Components:
    D.C. Orientation—1-2 days upon arrival in D.C.
    Internship—4-4.5 days/week in a substantive position with an organization tailored to students’ interests
    Academic Course—3 hours one evening per week, selected from about 35-50 offered each semester and term
    Leadership Forum—President’s Lecture Series, Public Policy Dialogues on Capitol Hill, small group meetings, panel discussions, briefings and tours, civic engagement project and portfolio

    Intern Abroad Program Components (London, Sydney and Oxford):
    Washington, D.C. seminar—10 day experience in the nation’s capital, involving orientation, academic work, and tours
    Internship—2.5-4 day/week in an organization tailored to students’ interests
    Academic Courses—2-3 classes each week, varied by location
    Academic Seminars—one- to two-week, in-depth exploration of specific topics

    2010 Seminars include:
    *Inside Washington 2010—combination of lectures, site visits, tours and special events with focus on Congress and the Obama Presidency during week one and Politics and the Media during week two
    *Camp David III—inside look at and simulation of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict
    *Financial Assistance Available
    *Guaranteed Housing
    *Academic Credit

    Address: 1333 16th Street, NW, Washington, DC 20036
    Phone: 202-238-7900 or 800-486-8921
    Fax: 202-238-7700

    Category: Leadership, Training & Development

  50. Tide University Laundry
    Summary: Tide University Laundry is a Wash 'N' Fold & Dry Cleaning service that enhances the on-campus living experience. With TUL, universities cut down on utility costs, reduce periods of high traffic in laundry facilities, and increase student involvement. Our motto is "Life Not Laundry," because our goal is for students to maximize their free time and enjoy the college experience.

    Contact: Allison DeLoach, Associate Director of Campus Development
    Address: 1818 Chesnut Street, Dallas, TX 75226
    Phone: 469-354-1245

    Category: Service, Campus and Community

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