Recognized Clubs - Fall 2018

Alpha Beta Gamma

Alpha Beta Gamma is an internationally recognized honor society that caters to students studying business and other related fields at 2 year institutions. The mission of the Zeta Beta Chapter is to enrich the CCSF community by assisting students in the pursuit of their educational and long term career goals. Our meetings and events are open to all students regardless of declared or intended major. We host speakers and informational sessions, participate in service activities, and provide resources for students hoping to succeed at CCSF and beyond.

Club Meeting Information

Time tbd, see website for details. https://ccsfabg.weebly.com

Twice a month, see website for details. https://ccsfabg.weebly.com

Multi-Use Building

Club Contact Information

https://ccsfabg.weebly.com

Club Email:          zetabeta.abg@gmail.com

Advisor Email:       dmullen@ccsf.edu

 

Archery Club

To facilitate and promote the sport of archery at City College of San Francisco. Through dedication and comradery, the Club seeks to help its archers achieve a competitive level of competency. The Club honors national and international regulations established for the sport.

Club Meeting Information

12pm to 4pm

Tuesdays

Golden Gate Park Archery Range

Club Contact Information

Club Email:

Advisor Email:       dnagura@ccsf.edu

 

Artificial Intelligence Club

Our goal is to spread the knowledge of Artificial Intelligence, working in groups to make several projects to strengthen our ability in group work and accumulate our experience in writing code related to AI field.

Club Meeting Information

TBA

TBA

TBA

Club Contact Information

Club Email:          aiclubccsf@gmail.com

Advisor Email:       arathi@ccsf.edu

 

BEMA

We are videographers, photographers, sound recorders, editors, podcasters, broadcasters (radio, tv, sports) and more...who are passionate about Media Arts. We support all aspects of media arts (film, editing, sports live streaming, cinema) through workshops, film festivals, campus events and field trips. We support and inspire students to reach their highest potential, AND to develop and expand their skills in Broadcast Electronic Media Arts (BEMA). Pre-Post Video Production, Sound & Recording, Live Sound and DJmixing students come together to practice their craft in a passionate and loving environment. Making your first "short film" in the Cinema department is a charm, especially when your work has been entered into the annual "Festival of the Moving Images" (Roxie Theater) and the "City Shorts Film Festival" (Diego Rivera Theater) hosted by our Media Arts departments. BEMA Club Members come together to share and learn the Foundations of Broadcast and Electronic Media (BEMA) and ultimately gain successful employment upon completion of our courses here at CCSF .

Club Meeting Information

12:30 - 1:30pm

Every Tuesday

ARTX 171

Club Contact Information

Club Email:          amaundu@mail.ccsf.edu

Advisor Email:       malcolm.cecil@ccsf.edu

 

Biology Club

The primary mission of the Biology Club of City College of San Francisco is to unite students interested in the biological sciences and those who are considering biology as a future career path, or as a base for the medical or allied health fields. Our vision is to have members participate in events that  increase awareness of current biological developments and discoveries, travel to various locations to enrich their knowledge and understanding of the field of biology, explore possible career paths and networking opportunities, and act as a support network by assisting in completing transfer applications, securing scholarships, and applying for internship opportunities. The Club membership is open to all students of the CCSF community.

Club Meeting Information

2pm

Mondays

Science

Club Contact Information

https://ccsfbiologgyclub.weebly.com

Club Email:          Ccsfbiologclub@gmail.com

Advisor Email:       ewoo@ccsf.edu

 

Black Student Union

A Black Student Union Empowers African American Students in the face of adversity and social problems. We celebrate, recognize, and act upon our  diverse black culture, politics, and talent. We strive for academic as well as personal excellence, and our strong continuous presence on campus relies upon BSU members And our solidarity with other student organizations as we students of color address social issues on campus in our communities and in our nation.

Club Meeting Information

2pm - 3pm

Every other Monday starting 10/15/18

Rosenberg Library 3rd Floor Room 301

Club Contact Information

Facebook.com/CCSFxBSU/

Club Email:          BSU.CCSF@gmail.com

Advisor Email:       rclark@ccsf.edu

 

Bridges International

Bridges International connects people from around the world to explore deeper meaning of life together, and would also like to share with people about our Christian belief. We, as a community of Christ-followers, are committed to serve, promote social connections and engage in spiritual conversations with international students so that students become leaders internationally.

Club Meeting Information

Every Wednesday 2 to 3 pm/ Certain Fridays 12:10 to 2 pm: 9.21, 10.26, 11.16

Every Wednesday / Certain Fridays 9.21, 10.26, 11.16

Student Union Room 208

Club Contact Information

https://www.facebook.com/BridgesCCSF/

Club Email:          bridges.ccsf@gmail.com

Advisor Email:       rcohen@ccsf.edu

 

CCC (Chinese Culture Club)

Chinese Culture Club can be referred to as CCC, which promotes Chinese culture and helps CCSF students to learn about Chinese culture. Our core goal is to provide a platform for those who know Chinese culture or those who are interested in it to exchange their opinion or experiences. We believe that learning culture in such an interactive way would not only help our member acquire knowledge but also benefit their social relationships.

Club Meeting Information

2:00-3:00

Friday

MUB

Club Contact Information

Club Email:          ccsfccc@gmail.com

Advisor Email:       laijudy539@gmail.com

 

CCSF Engineering CLub

The Engineering Club Is a hands-on program that allows students to discover, develop, and enhance their engineering skills. Its friendly environment allows students to network with other students including staff to serve as mentors. We aspire to provide students with real opportunities of participating in group projects that compete with other schools and countries. Our goal is to create and innovate new ideas that can be applicable in real life as future engineers.

Club Meeting Information

5:00-9:00 (Students can come and leave anytime)

Every Thursdays of the week

S049

Club Contact Information

https://sites.google.com/a/mail.ccsf.edu/ccsf-engineering-club/

Club Email:

Advisor Email:       kmueller@ccsf.edu

 

CCSF Jazz Musician's Club

Our mission is to allow students to grow and network as musicians and vocalists through exploring the world of jazz and jazz improvisation while enhancing their personal creative process, culminating in a final performance at the end of the semester.

Club Meeting Information

43228

Mondays

Creative Arts Building 132

Club Contact Information

https://www.facebook.com/ccsfjazzclub/

Club Email:          ccsfjazzmusician@gmail.com

Advisor Email:       ablea@ccsf.edu

 

CCSF Poetry for the People Club

The Poetry for the People club aims to build community through the interest of its members. Rooted in multicultural diversity, unapologetic creativity, and the beloved community, the Poetry for the People club aims to share readings/poems/poets and understand the multifaceted, yet multi lingual poets and their poetry. From reading and breaking down these poets’ ideas and their poetry, the Poetry for the People club aims to bring the members lived experiences through their own written poetry and channel those lived experiences to the community where members of the Poetry for the People club may share their work/poems/poetry through multidimensional and multifaceted ways - through events like open mic, spoken word performances, readings, etc. In doing this, the Poetry for the People club works for critical awareness, social consciousness and social justice through different poets and poetry.

Club Meeting Information

Fridays Every Other Week 3-4PM

Fridays | 3:00 PM - 4:00 PM at Batmale 203

Batmale 203

Club Contact Information

CCSF Poetry for the People Club - Facebook Page

Club Email:          p4pclub2018@cloud.ccsf.edu

Advisor Email:       lmuller@ccsf.edu

 

City College of Data Analysis (CCDA)

The purpose of the club is to help and coach the member how to use statistical and discrete mathematic knowledge to analyze useful conclusions form a large data. Also, we want more students realize the importance and interest of data analysis and help them to lay a good foundation for future work and internships.

Club Meeting Information

TBA

TBA

TBA

Club Contact Information

Club Email:          ccdaclub12138@gmail.com

Advisor Email:       thu@ccsf.edu

 

City College of Leadership Psychology (CCLP)

The purpose of the club is to help and coach the member leadership skills based on the use of psychological knowledge. Also, we want students to be able to analyze how successful people play their leadership card in a conversation. Our club helps students to realize the importance of deep concentration during a conversation and helps them to lay a good foundation for future work and social circle.

Club Meeting Information

1pm-2pm

Fridays

TBA

Club Contact Information

Club Email:          cclpccsf@gmail.com

Advisor Email:       thu@ccsf.edu

 

Compassion into Action (CiA)

Compassion into Action (CiA) is a CCSF student community service club. CiA aims to build a better community through volunteering. Our primary missions are: (1) to enhance the quality of life in our community through fundraising, charity programs, and partnerships with other organizations, and (2) to support and provide a better care of individuals, especially the homeless, in our community.

Club Meeting Information

TBA

TBA

TBA

Club Contact Information

none

Club Email:          volunteering.ccsf@gmail.com

Advisor Email:       mbosson@ccsf.edu

 

Crosscultural People Union (CPU)

Our mission is to provide opportunities for students to engage in community service activities on and off campus. Allow students to follow their passions to provide support to our community, and help students discover a new interest, make friends and have fun. We will host several events which allow participants to volunteer with a community organization in a group-based service project.

Club Meeting Information

Monday 5-6pm

TBA

TBA

Club Contact Information

https://ccsfcpu.wixsite.com/ccsfcpu

Club Email:          ccsfcpu@gmail.com

Advisor Email:       ehein@ccsf.edu

 

Cyber Security Club

The CCSF Cyber Security Club is a student-run organization at City College of San Francisco. The organization’s stakeholders are currently pursuing various academic studies at City College of San Francisco, leading to certifications, 2-year degrees, 4-year degrees or Master’s degree programs in Computer Science, Computer Network and Information Technology, Electrical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Civil Engineering, Management Information Systems, Business Information Systems, Cyber Security, Networking/Infrastructure, Compliance/Governance, Risk Management, and more.  The organization’s main purpose is to prepare students for careers in private and public industries. To support students in their academic and career goals, the organization organizes bi-weekly meetings where students are given technical and non-technical workshops to build their professional profiles and opportunities to get involved in teams to support business operations within the Cyber Security Club. In addition, the Cyber Sec will partner with the CNIT department, local/international companies and organizations to bring real-world experiences into the hands of students through trainings, community engagement, and job placement.

Club Meeting Information

3 - 6 pm

General Club meetings first Tuesdays of every month. Teams and Projects will meet for frequently (1x per week including remote meet ups).

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Club Contact Information

ccsfcyberclub.org

Club Email:          ccsfcyberclub@mail.ccsf.edu

Advisor Email:       rwu@ccsf.edu

 

D.R.E.A.M campus ministry

We are a Christian ministry here on Campus with the intent of getting college students to check and challenge society and social norms through the Bible. We understand many grow up religious but never get to learn or understand fundamental teachings of the Bible. We want to offer students the chance to challenge and learn these elementary teachings.

Club Meeting Information

12:30:00 PM

Monday’s and Wednesday’s

Smith hall or any available classroom.

Club Contact Information

Club Email:          Ssaleh2@mail.ccsf.edu

Advisor Email:       Dmarshall@ccsf.edu

 

Economic and Political Science

In the Economic and Political Science Club, we have established a common ground for like-minded individuals to freely discuss related ideas and questions that may be proposed. We embrace diversity and welcome the opportunity to share our opinions, and views with all members of the CCSF student body and local community. As a club, we are dedicated to contributing relevant governmental and business information, and are eager to educate and inform the public within the college campus and around San Francisco. Please join us this year as we strive to inspire those around us to become better informed of the political and economic views of this country.

Club Meeting Information

0.1875

Every Wednesday

261 Arts Extension Building

Club Contact Information

Club Email:

Advisor Email:       tmenende@ccsf.edu

 

F-1 Club

F-1 Club aims to provide a friendly platform for international students not only to adapt to American culture but also to exchange their unique cultural background and experiences.

Club Meeting Information

TBA

Bi-weekly

MUB

Club Contact Information

Club Email:          iscdmentorship@gmail.com

Advisor Email:       yiwai@ccsf.edu

 

Finance Beyond Investing

We are here to bring the brightest financial minds together and improve their financial decision making. Ultimately, we aim to use the philosophies of finance to make wiser investments and optimize profits for future entrepreneurs.

Club Meeting Information

3:30PM (TBA)

Every Wednesday at 3:30pm (TBA)

MUB 260

Club Contact Information

Club Email:          investingccsf@gmail.com

Advisor Email:       mneedham@ccsf.edu

 

Health Information Student Association (HISA)

HISA aims to strengthen student's personal and professional skills by fostering opportunities to network, organize informative events, and create relationships with each other and the broader community.

Club Meeting Information

12-1pm

9/11, 10/2, 11/7, 12/4

JAD 139

Club Contact Information

https://www.ccsf.edu/en/educational-programs/school-and-departments/school-of-health-and-physical-

Club Email:          hisa@mail.ccsf.edu

Advisor Email:       wziemba@ccsf.edu

 

ISC (Immigrant Students Club)

Our main purpose is to inform all the immigrant students with available academic resources at CCSF and to exchange and appreciate different cultural beliefs. We welcome all the students who may need academic assistance and want to learn leadership skills. Overall, we want to bring together  all the students who are immigrants and help each other out.

Club Meeting Information

TBA

TBA

TBA

Club Contact Information

https://ccsfisc.wixsite.com/website

Club Email:          ccsf.isc@gmail.com

Advisor Email:       cindynim@ccsf.edu

 

Maker Club

Our mission is to spread creativity and inspire others to make things.

Club Meeting Information

4:30- 5:30

Thursdays

Rosenberg Library Collaboratory Space

Club Contact Information

https://ccsf-maker-club.github.io/

Club Email:          makerclubccsf@gmail.com

Advisor Email:       doleary@ccsf.edu

 

Mindfulness Meditation Club

to bring the powerful tool of meditation into the lives of students - with benefits serving as a coping method, a de-stressor, or moment-to-moment

awareness.

Club Meeting Information

43435

Monday and Wednesdays

MUB 230

Club Contact Information

https://liamazulay394.wixsite.com/mindfulclub

Club Email:          ccsf17mindfulness@gmail.com

Advisor Email:       cmoody@ccsf.edu

 

MMD&M(Machanical Model Design & Making)

The purpose of the club is to create a platform for students who have interests on mechanical design, model making, and modeling analysis to share their ideas and help each others. We also provide chance to members to discover their interests and envelope their specific skills. We believe there is no perfect thing in the world, so what we need to do is making it better. Our mission is to use the “weird” idea and hands-on ability to make our daily life

more convenient.

Club Meeting Information

TBA

TBA

TBA

Club Contact Information

Club Email:          ccsfmmdm@gmail.com

Advisor Email:       vbakshi@ccsf.edu

NSA

NSA's mission is to mentor students preparing for initial licensure as registered nurses and to convey the standards, ethics and skills that students will  need as responsible and accountable leaders and members of the profession. Will provide community health and education.

Club Meeting Information

1210

Monday

Cloud 349

Club Contact Information

no webpage

Club Email:          nursingstudentassociation.ccsf@gmail.com

Advisor Email:       Relhattab@ccsf.edu

 

Oceania Club

Oceania's goal is to share cultural awareness. The club is support and guide each other through academic excellence. Also, to enhance student's

leadership skills.

Club Meeting Information

4PM-6PM

Every Wednesday

VASA-Science Building, Room #120

Club Contact Information

Club Email:

Advisor Email:       lmafuahingano@ccsf.edu

 

Philosophy Club

In Philosophy Club, students interested in the study of the fundamental dilemmas of life have the chance to meet like-minded individuals and ruminate  on matters concerning everything from existence to reason. Through these discussions, students can refine their critical thinking abilities and gain a more comprehensive understanding of themselves and the world around them. In addition to discussions and debates, Philosophy Club members watch various movies and documentaries, and attend lectures on philosophical topics. Join us!

Club Meeting Information

12:30-1:50

Every Tuesday

Creative Arts Rm. 308

Club Contact Information

N/A

Club Email:          kmchale1@mail.ccsf.edu

Advisor Email:       sjohnson@ccsf.edu

 

Project SURVIVE

This club is open to students interested in promoting healthy dating relationships and in ending all forms of intimate partner abuse/violence. We sponsor campus-wide events that give students the opportunities to speak about rape and other forms of abuse in relationships. We encourage students to speak about these issues in public forums, such as rallies, poetry readings and conferences.

Club Meeting Information

2-3 pm every second Wednesday of the month

Second Wednesday of each month

C402

Club Contact Information

ccsf.edu/survive

Club Email:          obaumgar@mail.ccsf.edu

Advisor Email:       AFailes@ccsf.edu

 

RamCamp

To help build bridges with culturally diverse individuals through camping. In addition, to escape the frivolous modernization of our everyday lives through the process of community interaction in a rural environment. This club promotes friendly relations with students who are looking to create lasting friendships by submerging themselves in interactive camping. RamCamp is a family and we welcome all to join.

Club Meeting Information

43435

Wednesday

Science Hall 350

Club Contact Information

Club Email:          isaylor@mail.ccsf.edu

Advisor Email:       jonathan.siekmann@mail.ccsf.edu

 

She Who Codes

The club's mission is to encourage everyone of all backgrounds and levels of computer science(CS) to learn and expand their knowledge in the computer science and technology sphere. Our club aims to expose the power and opportunities of computer science to more females especially along with underrepresented minority groups in the CS field. We ensure that everyone feels welcomed and encouraged to grow their CS knowledge in a safe and inclusive environment. Club members develop lasting friendships and a strong network of professionals, which is imperative to advancing their CS

Club Meeting Information

1pm - 3pm

Every Friday!

Batmale 349

Club Contact Information

https://shewhocodesccsf.github.io/club/

Club Email:          wwc@mail.ccsf.edu

Advisor Email:       jlmasters@ccsf.edu

 

STEM Club (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics)

STEM club aims to provide an environment for members to practice critical thinking on solving science-related problems. We also help improve members’ skill on problem-solving through in-club activities and competitions. By applying knowledge and experience from multiple scientific fields, STEM Club also seeks to assist students in determining which science major they should finally major in on their transfer career to 4-year institutions.

Club Meeting Information

TBD Fridays

TBD

MUB 370

Club Contact Information

www.stemclubccsf.org

Club Email:          stemclubccsf@gmail.com

Advisor Email:       avelasqu@ccsf.edu

 

Student Parent United

To build a community of student parents that: support through understanding, advocate through experience and empower through education.

Club Meeting Information

43416

Wednesday

SU201

Club Contact Information

Club Email:          frc@mail.ccsf.edu

Advisor Email:       tfaulkne@ccsf.edu

 

Students Making A Change - SMAC

Students Making A Change is a club founded in instating student equity and providing the opportunity to be an external force to make changes for the better for your student community. SMAC is founded on the pillars of social justice, ensuring equality, and addressing discrimination and in doing so, provides the experience to advocate for your self and acquire skills to organize. SMAC is dedicated to bettering City College and securing equitable policies that can cultivate the future generations that come to City. It is a club that takes action and commits to it's goals.

Club Meeting Information

1:00 pm -2:30 pm

TBA

Tuesdays @MUB 230

Club Contact Information

https://www.studentsmakingchange.org/

Club Email:          info@studentsmakingchange.org

Advisor Email:       shuntsma@ccsf.edu

 

Transfer Success Alliance

Transfer Success Alliance (ESA) is an academic success club that supports students in CCSF to transfer successfully. We aim to provide transfer admission information to students by having informational workshop, and also study group to answer questions that members will have.

Club Meeting Information

Friday Afternoon, one hour meeting between 2:00PM to 5:00PM(Specific time will based on member survey)

Monthly (Friday)

MUB Building.

Club Contact Information

Club Email:          yestransferccsf@gmail.com

Advisor Email:       hliu@ccsf.edu

 

Tzu Ching

Tzu Chi foundation,is a Taiwanese international humanitarian and non-governmental organization with over 10 million members worldwide throughout 47 countries. I want to create a Tzu Ching club at CCSF, organize the students to help the community and explore their off-campus life. The  club is known as a volunteer group for college aged-people for those who want to the community. we will have activities every week to make a difference difference by doing different projects such as dental outreach, food packaging, corporating with the Red Cross organization and so on. Each activities would corporate with the leaders of the Tzu Chi office in SF.

Club Meeting Information

Thursday

Thursday

on campus

Club Contact Information

Club Email:          mingzhu77777@gmail.com

Advisor Email:       swiggins@ccsf.edu