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The Student Center for Public Trust (SCPT) has 48 chapters in 24 states and consists of students that show dedication to ethical leadership. This organization focuses on the importance of not only ethical leadership but also the necessity for accountability, integrity, and trust across all avenues of business. Student chapters have resources, mentors, and networking opportunities available through the National Association of State Boards of Accountancy (NASBA) Center for Public Trust.
The Auburn SCPT (sponsored by the Center for Ethical Organizational Cultures) meets twice a semester and emphasizes realistic learning with prominent guest speakers.
The most notable benefits of membership include:
“This student organization sponsors two speakers each semester for all Harbert students, attracting hundreds of student attendees. Faculty teaching resources on ethical leadership include cases, behavioral simulations, and debate issues. The Center supports and encourages academic publishing and trade articles on issues related to ethical leadership," said Auburn SCPT chapter advisor Dr. O.C. Ferrell, the James T. Pursell, Sr. Eminent Scholar in Ethics and Director of the Center for Ethical Organizational Cultures.
The Auburn SCPT is actively planning upcoming events and looking for any student interested in ethical leadership. To become a member, contact the Center for Ethical Organizational Cultures (email@example.com) or search "Auburn SCPT" on AUInvolve.