Management Organization (CMO)
The CMO is the umbrella construction
management student group at Northern Arizona University. The Student chapters of AGC, NAHB and NAWIC
all operate under the auspices of CMO.
The Construction Management program is comprised of future professionals with a vision of bringing a strong work ethic and passion for construction to the industry. Our pledge is to provide our students with the tools needed to become such a professional.
What we do:
- coordinate the work of the various
chapters with faculty
- coordinate the various community service
- run the student golf tournament and senior
Mentorship ProgramClick for details
This program consists of one upper classman (Junior/Senior) that will mentor up to three novices (Freshman/Sophomore/or New to Program). The students will be required to be a member of the Construction Management Organization in order to participate. The mentors are responsible for making themselves available for meetings whenever the underclassman requires help. Each mentor group will be required to attend a minimum of 8 meeting per semester.
- Tutoring for all classes in progression plan
- Class schedule advice
- Familiarization with the Construction Industry
- Help choosing a career path in the Industry
- Mentees will pay half price for CMO membership
- Inclusion in social and program events
- Advice on marketing yourself in the Industry
- Help with non-academic situations and advice
- Resume Builder
How it all Works
- The AGC Rep is in charge of acquiring the list of participants
- Once the list is complete the CMO Officers will assign the mentor’s to their mentees
- Each Mentor will be assigned three mentees via signup
- The mentor will setup an initial meeting
- All participants in each mentor group will exchange information for future meetings
- Each group will act as a “Team” and be in charge or at least one CMO Event
- Each mentor group is required to meet a minimum of 8 times a semester
- Any issues or conflicts will require a scheduled meeting with the President to be resolved
Contact David Wilson for more information
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Questions about CMO?
E-mail Mat Lozano
National student chapters
Click below to learn more about each national organization.
Associated General Contractors of America Student Chapter (AGC)Read more
The existence of AGC student chapters indicates student
interest in the professional construction industry. This exposure of
construction students to the working industry is vital to the preparation of
future industry practitioners.
Construction is the nation's largest industry. Hospitals,
schools, highways, water treatment plants, airports, bridges, and shopping
malls—every American is directly affected by construction. It is an industry
with unlimited potential and opportunity.
Membership is one of AGC's 150+ nationally
chartered student chapters offers an extraordinary opportunity to learn more
about construction; to further develop you abilities; and to observe the
industry in which you will work after graduation.
Association of Home Builders Student Chapter (NAHB)Read more
Housed under the Residential Construction Academy, and
funded by NAHB, corporate partners, and student member dues, the National Association of
Home Builders Student Chapters program helps to enrich the educational
experience of students enrolled in construction-related fields such as:
- construction management
- real estate
- the trades
Association of Women in Construction (NAWIC)Read more
chapter membership of the National
Association of Women in Construction is open to women enrolled in
construction-related programs at institutions of higher education and
vocational training programs. Membership benefits are the same as an active
chapter membership except students cannot vote or hold office.
Lambda Chi (SLC)Read more
The fundamental purpose of Sigma
Lambda Chi is to provide recognition to outstanding students in
construction curricula. Sigma Lambda Chi is the society that offers students
the opportunity to be recognized locally and internationally for their academic
accomplishments as a construction major.
SLC is by invitation only, based on GPA.
Aside from the fundamental purpose, Sigma Lambda Chi has
- The first is to render service to the major
field of study. This is accomplished by active student participation in tasks
and events that affect the construction program that houses the local Sigma
Lambda Chi chapter.
- The second objective is to develop good
relations among campus, industry, and the public. Undertaking projects which
further this purpose is expected of members of Sigma Lambda Chi.
- The third objective is to recognize outstanding
professional individuals in construction. Sigma Lambda Chi has honorary
membership classifications that can be bestowed upon individuals who deserve
special recognition because of their contribution to construction education or
some facet of the construction industry.