The 2019-2020 course catalog requires a revision. The following sub section should read as follows:
Club participation in college sets the stage for a lifetime of leaning in, reaching out and building connections that bridge barriers, builds skill-sets, and enhances the college experience.
Clubs and organizations with service, political, academic, social, athletic and cultural objectives offer students the opportunity to participate in areas of specific interest. Representatives from each campus club comprise the Inter-Club Council and serve as a recommending subsidiary to the Associated Student Government Executive Board.
The following are our current campus clubs. Check them out!
- Business Entrepreneurship Club (BEC) - Creates a reliable network of students of campus who apply business principles to real-life situations and support prospective/current student entrepreneurs. Contact: Tony Oliveira (firstname.lastname@example.org)
- Christ at Reach Club — A non-denominational faith-based group of students dedicated to spreading love, prayer, and providing service to those in need. Contact: Mónica Reynoso (email@example.com)
- Dream Achievers - Dedicated to advocacy, outreach, service, and creating a safe space for undocumented students. Contact: Anna Moreno (firstname.lastname@example.org)
- Eagle Pantry — Supports a nationally chartered food recovery program to fight student food insecurity. Contact: Jameson Birrell (email@example.com) or Sze Ki Liu (firstname.lastname@example.org)
- Educators Rising — State chartered, a student-run branch of TEAM Teach; works towards the development of future educators. Contact: Shannon Turmon (email@example.com)
- Epicurean Club – Committed to influencing people by nurturing their body and soul with healthy meals. Members are able to gain experience in the art of culinary through exposure to real world culinary industry experiences. Contact Chef Raia (firstname.lastname@example.org)
- GAINS – Provides a positive, motivational, and informative space where members can gain knowledge in healthy lifestyles for the achievement of their own personal goals. Contact Fidela Jimenez Zaragoza (email@example.com)
- Go Green Club – Geared towards creating an honest self –sustained movement that brings awareness to on-going environmental issues. Contact Jacqui Shehorn (firstname.lastname@example.org)
- Mission Possible Awareness Club (MPAC) — Raises awareness of issues related to individuals with disabilities, and encourages those with disabilities that success is possible. Contact: Derek Lopez (email@example.com) or Pearl Robinson (firstname.lastname@example.org)
- Students Promoting Learning Art Appreciation Techniques (SPLAAT) — Promotes art appreciation and student creativity through art on campus. Contact: Kristen Kennedy (email@example.com) or David Brooks (firstname.lastname@example.org)
- Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society — Nationally chartered honor student society. Contact: Giselle Simon (email@example.com)
- Rhythm and Poetry — Creates a safe space for self-expression through song, rap, poetry, etc. Contact: Mónica Reynoso (firstname.lastname@example.org)
- West Hills Student Nursing Association (WHSNA) — A nationally chartered student nursing association dedicated to assisting in the development of nursing students. Contact: Angela Rosati (email@example.com)
- Spirit Council – A sub-committee of ASG, dedicated to increasing student engagement, assisting in establishing and carrying out campus traditions, and promoting school spirit on campus. Contact: Mónica Reynoso (firstname.lastname@example.org)
- Community Engagement Crew – A sub-committee of ASG, is a group of students who are dedicated to service and assists in all activities on and off campus that require volunteers. Contact: Mónica Reynoso (email@example.com)
For more information including meeting schedules, information, or details on starting a new club, contact the Associated Student Government Advisor, Monica Reynoso (firstname.lastname@example.org).