Chartered Clubs List

 

Actually Natural Gardening

Contact: Michelle Devlaeminck

madevlaeminck@gmail.com

Purpose:   To create and maintain gardening space at a newly established location for a local community garden and outfit the garden with useful community garden amenities for all the gardeners (ex. Worm Bin, and hopefully a bee hive in the spring). To bring students and community members together to work on a common goal and foster mutually beneficial relationships. To learn and use natural methods to fertilize and keep pests away. There is absolutely no use of GMO’s (Genetically Modified Plants), pesticides, herbicides, fungicides, or chemicals of any kind in the garden. To learn and share natural methods of food preparation and preservation so that vegetables from the garden can make it to the table.

Meetings:

 

 

Addicition Counseling Education Student (ACES)

Contact: Lucy Ann Kendall

l.kendall2@students.clark.edu

Purpose: We are a club of students who represent Clark College in the addiction and prevention community. This club is open to any and all students of Clark who wish to participate in making our community of Clark County and Clark College safe from addiction and assist with prevention efforts.

Meetings:

Wednesdays

4:00pm to 5:00pm

FHL 108

 

Aerospace

Contact: Taylor Silagy

 t.silagy@gmail.com

Purpose: To promote interest and excitement in aerospace fields through community outreach which includes: informational seminars, hands on design activities and participation in aerospace competitions.   

Meetings:

Fridays

1:00pm

AA4 204

 

 

Anime and Manga

Contact: Patrick Martin

clarkanime@gmail.com

Purpose: The Clark Anime and Manga club is dedicated to bringing Anime, Manga and Culture to the Northwest and to help all students and people hosting related events.

Meetings:

Fridays

3:00pm

BHL 108

Saturday Anime Viewing

3:00pm to 6:30pm

FHL 126

 

Archaeology and History Club

Contact: Elaine Thatcher

thatcher.elaine@gmail.com

Purpose: To foster the interest and passion in students and the community for the archaeology and history fields, both locally and beyond. We will do this through events, speakers, study groups and trips.

Meetings:

Tuesdays

11:00am to 12:00pm

PUB 258A

 

Art Club

Contact: Marilyn Hughes-Reed

m.hughes-reed@students.clark.edu

Purpose: To provide opportunities outside the classroom to pursue the study and practice of art and art history. To create a safe space to work after hours and opportunities to visit art in galleries and museums for sharing insights. To provide a forum for discussion and a unique cross-disciplinary interaction amount students of studio arts and art history.

Meetings:

Thursdays

2:00pm

FAC 106

 

Asian Pacific Islander

Contact: Alana Leon Guerrero

a.leon-guerrero@students.clark.edu

Purpose: To promote the Asian Pacific Islanders culture and educate the students, faculty and staff and surrounding communities in order to gain unity through diversity, by means of meetings and events. Club is open to all students.

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Chess Club

Contact: Andrew Johnson

a.johnson36@students.clark.edu

Purpose: The Clark College Chess Club offers intellectual and competitive entertainment for Clark students. The nature of the game and the club’s eased atmosphere provide a unique opportunity to meet and make friends with fellow peers. The club is open to all Clark students, no matter if you are experienced with the game or never heard the name. If you’re searching for fun, looking to network new friends, or in need of a place to hang out, please join us and play chess.

Meetings:

Mondays/Wednesdays/Fridays

11:00am to 12:00pm

PUB 257 

 

Clark Association of Medical Students (CAMS)

Contact: Kris Fletcher

k.fletcher2@students.clark.edu

Purpose: To create an Association of students interested in a career working in the medical field and learning about the different job opportunities available to us. CAMS is to help facilitate networking and learning about opportunities by providing an environment to meet other interested students. We will serve our school by volunteering. We will gain knowledge through guest speakers, visits to medical facilities and volunteering in the community.

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Club Pre-Med

Contact: Jeffrey Posey

japosey1@hotmail.com

Purpose: To accelerate student learning in the sciences and the preparation for prerequisites in medicine. We offer opportunities of involvement in campus and community civics through volunteering.

Meetings:

Fridays

10:00am to12:00pm

PUB 258A

 

Competitive Gamers of Clark

Contact:  

 

Purpose: To connect Clark students to each other and the community through electronic gaming and friendly competition. By bringing gaming equipment and players together to share old favorites and learn new ones, we connect with our fellow players and even spectators.

Meetings:

Fridays

1:00pm to 5:00pm

HHL 120

 

Diesel Dogs

Contact: Chris MacMillan

cmacmillan@students.clark.edu

Purpose: To provide a supplemental enviroment for students at Clark interested in Diesel Technology, or currently enrolled in the Diesel Technology Program.

Meetings:

Tuesdays

10:00am

DIES 121

 

Drama Club

Contact: Elizabeth Swanson

actingqueen09@hotmail.com

Purpose: To bring those who have an interest in drama together to find community in theater and to hone their acting skills.

Meetings:

Wednesdays

1:00pm

Decker Theater

 

Engineering and Computer Science Club (ECS)

Contact: Lydia Brynmoor

l.brynmoor@students.clark.edu

Purpose: To promote opportunities for Clark College students interested in Electrical Engineering, Computer Sciences, and related engineering fields through networking, club projects, club fair, industry visits, service learning programs and community involvement.

Meetings:

Fridays

3:00pm

APH 201 or 202

 

Environmental Club

Contact: Alex Bruyevicz

a.bruyevicz@students.clark.edu

Purpose: To introduce and promote sustainable practices to Clark College students through education and volunteering.

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French Club

Contact: Merry Cammack

m.cammack@students.clark.edu

Purpose: 1. To support the study and use of French language by Clark College students and members of the community. 2. To encourage a broader understanding of French-speaking people, their culture, history, and traditions. 3. To promote friendship between French-speaking people and the students of our campus and community.

Meetings:

Fridays

2:30pm

HHL 105

 

German Club

Contact: Arturo Rafael Garza

rafael.garza@icloud.com

Purpose: To foster an inclusive environment that promotes opportunities, programs, and networking services to further studies and interests in German culture and language.

Meetings:

Mondays

1:00pm

HHL 106

 

Guitar + Club

Contact: Kaytrina Woodward

jeppyjep@live.com

Purpose: This club is for all students interested in playing music. It is oriented around, but not limited to, guitar. All skill levels and genre interesteds are welcome and encouraged to join. We will jam and share tips, tricks and techniquest to better improve our individual understanding of music.

Meetings:

Tuesdays

12:00pm to 2:00pm

PUB 257

 

International Club

Contact: James Chiang

j.chiang@students.clark.edu

Purpose: To provide a welcoming environment for domestic and International students alike as well as educate all those interested about International topics.

Meetings:

Fridays

12:00pm

GHL 215

International Office

 

Japanese Club

Contact: Chris Hurley

c.hurley@students.clark.edu

Purpose: To provide insight to Japanese culture through a variety of activities and projects, helping raise awareness of current issues, traditions, and popular culture. 

Meetings:

Fridays

3:00pm

JSH 120

 

 

Latter-day Saint Student Association (LDSSA)

Contact: Patricia Abbey

p.abbey@students.clark.edu

Purpose: All are welcome to join us as we study the teachings of living prophets to better understand and rely on the teachings and Atonement of Jesus Christ, qualify for the blessings of the temple, and prepare themselves, their families and others for Eternal Life.

Meetings:

Tuesdays/Thursdays

12:00pm to 1:00pm

PUB 258A

 

Law Club

Contact: Debbie Rock

readn2u@gmail.com

Purpose: To provide a connection and support system for all Clark College students interested in paralegal and law and to create networking opportunities along with giving back to our school and our community.

Meetings:

2nd and 4th Thursday

5:15pm

AA4 107B

 

Massively Awesome Robotics System (M.A.R.S.) Club

Contact: Carlene Goodbody

c.goodbody@students.clark.edu

Purpose: To promote and encourage interest among Clark students in the theory, design and construction of Robotic Systems and foster interest in S.T.E.M. and Robotics through community outreach.

Meetings:

Fridays

1:00pm

APH 201

 

Muggle Quidditch Players of Clark College (M.Q.P.C.C.) Club

Contact: Lizzy Swanson

actingqueen09@hotmail.com

Purpose: To bring members of the community together who have a mutual interest in the Harry Potter series and playing the fantasy sport, Quidditch.

Meetings:

 

New World Leaders

Contact: Bryce Ruppe

b.ruppe@students.clark.edu

Purpose: To cultivate and economic as well as political interest in Clark students, through guest lecturers, policitial debates, and events related to current events at all levels (local, national and international).

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Photo Club

Contact: Jennifer Avens

clarkphotoclub@gmail.com

Purpose: To spread enthusiasm and knowledge about photography to the student body and surrounding community. We will achieve this through workshops, field trips, and lectures from photography expects. 

Meetings:

Wednesdays

4:00pm to 5:00pm

FST 105

 

Outdoor and Recreation Club

Contact: Tyler Starks

tstarks1154@gmail.com

Purpose: To go on hikes, rock climb, go surfing, snow sports, biking, backpacking, and general outdoor adventure club kind of stuff. Open to students of all abilities.

Meetings:

Tuesdays

3:00pm to 4:00pm

OSC Gym Stage

 

Realm Runners

Contact: Codie Elford

c.elford@students.clark.edu

Purpose: To inform Clark students and the public about the role playing games, etc. and advocate them as a hobby, provide people who wish to play these games a place to meet and form groups. Also serve as an academic resource for students interested or new to role playing games, etc.

Meetings:

Wednesdays

3:00pm

PUB 257

 

Rubik's Cube and Strategy Cube

Contact: Tulga Bayasgalan

t_tuja@yahoo.com

Purpose: To develop self-confidence, problem solving, and strategic thinking skills for students interested in Rubik’s Cube and strategic games. The club fosters a supportive environment for learning; open to new and experienced players.

 

Saudi Students Club

Contact: Majed Alhumaidani

sscatclark@gmail.com

Purpose: To introduce Middle Eastern culture to the Clark College campus and community.

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Set-fire for Christ

Contact: Elisha Johnson

e.johnson30@students.clark.edu

Purpose: Loving students because students matter. "Impact the world, building strong relationships and serve people as Christ served us."

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Student American Dental Hygienist Association (SADHA)

Contact: Jordan Grandy

jjgrandy@yaho.com

Purpose: To educate the Clark community on the importance of Dental Hygiene and to offer resources to help meet the needs of others.

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Swing Club

Contact: Jeffrey Blaisdell

j.blaisdell@students.clark.edu

Purpose: To teach, learn, and practice dance with Clark students and the community who are familiar with or wish to know the art of "Swing".

Meetings:

Fridays

2:30pm to 4:30pm

OSC 135

 

Through the Eyes of Poverty Club

Contact: Princeton McBride

p.mcbride@students.clark.edu

Purpose: To view life at a different perspective, "through the eyes of poverty" and help these people out through donations, volunteering, a care closet, and education.

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Veterans Club & Associated Students (VCAS)

Contact: Darryl Ramsey

d.ramsey@students.clark.edu

Purpose: Veterans and other interested associated students of Clark College helping fellow student veterans ...one veteran at a time.

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Winning Innovations by Student Entrepreneurs (WISE)

Contact: Kazden Colpitts

kazland45@yahoo.com

Purpose: To meet and learn from business people in the community. This is a club for those who share an interest in entrepreneurship and want to learn and have fun! 

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