​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​Economics Student Association​


ESA Contact Information:
ESA President Kevin Standridge

ESA Leadership Board
Looking for a way to be even more involved with ESA? ​
Click here ​​for a description of ESA leadership roles.
​Click here for the ESA leadership application! 
Email your application to byueconclub@gmail.com​.​

What is the Economics Student Association (ESA)?

        • ​​​​The Economics Student Association acts as a medium between BYU Economics students and their professors, as well as a facilitator between BYU Economics students and their academic and career goals. This is accomplished by providing economics students with a variety of activities and opportunities to not only help them advance in their specific career paths, but also to get the most of their educational experience while here at BYU.

Who can sign up for ESA?

Why should I join ESA?

      • Receive exclusive information regarding potential internship and job opportunities
        Get help in meeting your academic and professional goals
        Attend exclusive events, such as dining at your favorite economics professors' homes and having breakfast ​            ​with visiting scholars
        Receive mentoring from economics professors
        Give and receive peer mentoring in a network of motivated economics students
        Build up your resume with leadership positions
        Receive skill training (Python, etc.) and be able to discuss and learn new economic ideas

    ESA's Free Market Society 

The Free Market Society offers students the opportunity to learn about the wonders of the free market. They believe that economic freedom is the key to greater opportunity and an improved quality of life. They meet often to discuss these principles, and often have guest lectures. To learn more about the Free Market Society and to find out about upcoming events join them on their Facebook page.

Women in Economics

ESA’s Women’s In Economics is dedicated to providing a professional and social networking group for female students in the Economics program at BYU, and aims to foster success both on and off campus. Women in this                                                                    ​                           ​group will be able to learn how to have a successful future in Economics both at BYU and after graduation.                                                                                                     ​​To ​​learn more about them or upcoming WIE events join their Facebook page​. ​