Active Minds Club
Active Minds Club will strive to shift CBC students' perspectives on changing the stigma of Mental Health. They will work to increase students' awareness of Mental Health issues, promote a dialogue around Mental Health issues, and help create a campus where students feel encouraged to speak up about Mental Health. Club Advisor: Terry Reuckert 509-542-4470, email@example.com
Association of Student Nurses of CBC Club
The Association of Student Nurses of Columbia Basin College was created as a supportive, resourceful, and integrative network of nursing students to promote nursing excellence, provide mentorship, and community service. We aim to prepare nursing students for the assumption of professional responsibilities. We celebrate our ongoing commitments and community service quarterly. Club Advisor: Val Topham, 509-544-8319, firstname.lastname@example.org
Automotive Performance Club
The Automotive Performance Club strives to bring unity among the Automotive Technicians, to provide community service to other students, and develop automotive awareness. Club Advisors: Monty Prather, 509-542-4746, email@example.com & Dan Von Holten, 509-542-4770, firstname.lastname@example.org
Born This Way Alliance Club
Born this Way Alliance strives to provide a safe place for students to meet, have fun, and talk about LGBTQ+ issues and events. We want to make an environment where no one is judged for being who they are. Members of Born This Way Alliance will plan on and off campus events to inform the student body on LGBTQ+ issues and events or on how to be proud of who they are. Club Advisor: Michael Lee, 509-542-4399, email@example.com
Dental Hygiene Club
The purpose of Columbia Basin College Student Dental Hygienists' Association is to promote the profession of dental hygiene and to foster leadership, networking, mentoring, and community among dental hygiene students, ADHA/WSDHA, faculty, and staff. Club Advisor: Robin Roderick, 509-542-2784, firstname.lastname@example.org
Dreams Without Borders
Dreams without Borders is the voice of undocumented students at Columbia Basin College. This community exists to offer leadership opportunities, raise awareness on the rights and policies affecting undocumented students, empower our community, and provide student support among our peers to ensure retention in higher education. As leaders, we advocate to make sure every student receives an equitable opportunity to access higher education. Dreams without Borders welcomes all students. Club Advisor: Elizabeth Hernandez-Osorio, 509-542-4504, email@example.com.
Game Club provides a safe place to play games, make friends, and compete amongst your peers. We will be hosting a stress free environment for everyone to have fun, regardless of experience level. We want to promote growth of all people interested in games, from casual to competitive. We plan to fuel this growth through game nights, tournaments, and access to new games. Everyone is invited to attend. Club Advisor: Mark Taff, 509-542-4753, firstname.lastname@example.org & Robert Chisholm, 509-547-0511 ext. 2433, email@example.com.
Hawk Engineering Tech Club
The Engineering Tech club will set up study groups as well as talk about what's new in the industry, and talk about suggestions for improvements to the Engineering program and building. We will plan events, trips, guest speakers, and look at IT days. We look forward to having fun and enjoying our CBC experience. Club Advisor: Page Wyatt, 509-542-4707, firstname.lastname@example.org.
The History Club exists to encourage and support students to learn and enjoy history in all of its dimensions through history-based activities, including field trips to local, regional, and national landmarks. History Club promotes students coming together to broaden their knowledge by exploring historical topics outside the classroom including visiting museums and historical sites. History Club also promotes making history relevant to our lives by sponsoring activities that illuminate the connections between history and contemporary events and politics. History Club invites students to join the club who are open-minded, curious, and eager to expand their horizons and gain new insights and perspectives. We assert that History Club is not for those who think they already know but for those who are curious and want to find out. Club Advisor: Christopher Herbert, 509-542-4882, email@example.com
The purpose of the Hockey Club is to provide students of CBC with the opportunity to compete as a college club team against other regional college hockey teams. Club Advisors: Brian Dierks, 509-542-5538, firstname.lastname@example.org & Janet Garza, email@example.com.
Japanese Culture Club
The purpose of the Japanese Culture Club is to gain further enrichment and understanding of the Japanese culture. We will be promoting a study group for the Japanese language as well as educational and casual presentations on Japanese culture. We plan to visit various locations of cultural significance, such as the Japanese gardens in Seattle, WA. Club Advisor: Noriko Ryder, 509-542-4574, firstname.lastname@example.org
Latina/o Leadership Club
The purpose of this club is to promote cultural awareness through community service, volunteering, and outreach to students with diverse backgrounds. Membership is open to all CBC students who agree to participate actively in fulfilling the club mission. This club functions through discussion and/or committee. Coordinators of specific club projects and activities will be determined on a volunteer basis. Club Advisor: Melinda Carmona, 509-547-0511 ext. 2583, email@example.com
Northwest Collegiate Ministries (NCM) Club
NCM exists to promote Christianity, serve our campus and community, and provide a safe and fun environment for students. Come enjoy a speaker, small group discussion, and fellowship time. All are welcome. Club Advisor: Adam Diaz, (509) 544-4928, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Post-Secondary Agricultural Students (PAS)
The purpose of this club is for members to develop skills and abilities needed to enter and advance in their Agriculture careers. PAS aspires to be the premier leadership and career development organization by serving college AG students. Club Advisors: Kerrin Bleazard, 509-542-4785, email@example.com & William Woodward, 509-544-4915, firstname.lastname@example.org
Phi Theta Kappa (PTK)
PTK aims to provide opportunities for the development of leadership and community service, while providing an intellectual climate for exchange of ideas and ideals, assist community outreach organizations, and instill hearts of service in club members, build leadership qualities in members, and create PTK norms and traditions that will persist year after year. Club Advisor: Terry Fleischman, email@example.com
Project Management Club
The objectives of this club are for members to develop skills and abilities to enter and advance in the project, program, and portfolio management profession. These objectives will be met through bringing in speakers, attending conferences, and working with the local Project Management Institute (PMI) chapter. Club Advisor: Rick Johnson, 509-542-4430, firstname.lastname@example.org.
The purpose of the Psych Club is to promote academic interest and success in psychology with a welcoming environment in order to help foster discussions and learning about careers in psychology as well as how psychology can be useful in many different fields through speakers, movies, and academic conferences. Club Advisor: Kay Lynn Stevens, 509-542-4634, email@example.com & Adam Austin, 509-547-0511 ext. 2609, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Sigma Tau Club
Sigma Tau seeks to promote the field and profession of surgical technology within the community through outreach, informational events, legislative initiative support, attendance at conferences, and workshops related to surgical patient care, and developing a strong sense of teamwork and collaboration among students to provide for quality patient care. Club Advisor: Douglas Hughes, email@example.com, 509-544-8354 & Sarah Rogers, 509-544-8347, firstname.lastname@example.org.
SkillsUSA is a national partnership of students, teachers, and industry working together to build America's skilled workforce. SkillsUSA helps students excel as they prepare to enter careers in trade, technical, and skilled service occupations, including health occupations such as nursing. Through participation in SkillsUSA, students develop leadership and technical skills including communication, confidence, and competence in their chosen areas of study. Club Advisors: Tanya Big Mountain, email@example.com & Krystal Lancaster, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Speech and Debate Team Club
This club exists to provide opportunities for CBC students to participate in competitive speaking at forensic tournaments in the Pacific Northwest. Students are encouraged to continue public speaking in individual events and in debates with materials necessary for an informed, professional performance. Club Advisor: Kori Thornburg, 509-542-4413, email@example.com & Sallie Fisher, 509-547-0511 ext. 2253, firstname.lastname@example.org.
CBC Splitting Image
The purpose of this club is to create a supportive, networking environment for aspiring Medical Imaging Technologists and to enrich the educational experience of the students enrolled in the program. Club Advisor: Rene M. Fox, 509-544-8342, email@example.com & Christina Mendoza, firstname.lastname@example.org.
The purpose of the STEM club is to bring students of STEM majors together to cultivate resources, discuss topic of interest (particularly Science and Mathematics based), and to overall make STEM careers image seem like fun careers to the general public. All students are welcome to attend. Club Advisor: Debbie Padilla, 509-542-4538, email@example.com
The Tech Club has a firm belief that technology not only improves lives but has become a foundation to modern society. It is our purpose to explore technology, both existing and theoretical, through human interaction, research, and exploration of existing technological locations. Join us in our exploration. Club Advisor: Don Humphrey, 509-542-4741, firstname.lastname@example.org,
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