What is it ?

Many companies often ask us for a list of our most involved members. In order to successfully reward the efforts of our top members, we have decided to implement a point system to efficiently track and monitor the involvement of our whole membership pool. The members with the most participation points will hold a slot on our Most Involved Members List.

Why is it important?

Due to the vastness of SCMA’s membership body, it is imperative that potential leaders effectively demonstrate their capabilities as members while also proving their involvement within our association. These select individuals represent the most active within SCMA and directly feed to companies for recruitment.Aside from exclusive recognition amongst recruiters, other perks include (but not limited to):

  • Recognition as one of SCMA’s top members
  • A spot in our Resume Book open to all recruiters
  • Most Involved Dinner
  • More to be announced



Points: Social Media Recognition


Points: SCMA Swag Bag


Points: Free Professional Headshot


Points: Lunch with E-Board & Free MSU Portfolio


Points: Free SCMA Polo & Page in Master Resume Book


Points: Free Membership
Points: Free Trip

Free Spring Trip

Most Involved Members’ Dinner (Top 20 Members)

Points System

View your points: SCMA website points

For any concerns or questions about their current point total, please email Athena Gray grayathe@msu.edu. Each member must sign in at each event or activity and must be a member to be accurately awarded the proper credit. Points will be earned and awarded as such:

Category Activity Points
General Membership Meetings Attending GMMs prior to SCMA Career Fair 1 / meeting
Attending GMMs after SCMA Career Fair 1.5 / meeting
Community Service Volunteer Event #1 2
Volunteer Event #2 2
Trips Fall Trip 5
Spring Trip 5
Leadership Academy 5


Extra Involvement

Outing Event or Day Trip 2
Serving as Career Fair Ambassador 4
Holding a Chair Position 7
Participation in the SCM Internal Case Competition 4
 Participating in the BP Case Competition 4