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  • Lifetime Recognition for Outstanding Academic Achievement
    Delta Mu Delta membership provides recognition for a lifetime. As the highest international recognition our business students can earn, it is appropriate to include DMD membership on one's resume and to wear the Key and display the certificate with pride.
  • Networking Opportunities
    Many campus chapters provide opportunities for members to meet together with corporate leaders for networking opportunities and to hear speakers discuss current business issues. ALL members can access our unique inCircle community, exclusive to DMD members. Here you can create or join regional groups, business specialty groups, school or chapter groups, etc. In addition, employers offer job opportunities only to our high-achieving membership.
  • Scholarship Program
    Students enrolled in the business program at a school with a chapter of Delta Mu Delta can be eligible to compete in the Society's annual scholarship awards program. The Society annually honors academic excellence in the study of business to students across the country.
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  • Acknowledgment for Federal Employment
    Membership in Delta Mu Delta fulfills one of the requirements for entrance at the GS-7 level in numerous professional and technical positions within federal service.
  • Lifetime Contact through the newsletter
  • The Society publishes The Vision twice yearly for distribution to the membership.
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