I'm in my senior year at college, and am the president of our Society of Marketing Entrepreneurs. The problem with my college is a lack of motivation for anything that doesn't involve beer or grades. First the people complain that there's nothing going on, and then when I find them work to do, they don't want to do it. I don't get this... apparently nothing is good enough for these guys. Out of seventy clubs, I can think of only a few that are truly active. Our investment club offers course credit for participation. Our ice hockey club involves students that have already invested hundreds of dollars on gear. Other than that, most clubs have a whole bunch of indifferent people. I guess people join clubs so that they look good on a resume, but complain when we don't do anything, but then complain when there is work to be done. Any advice for motivating the indifferent people?