Recognized Clubs - Spring 2019
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.
Advisor: Adolfo A Velasquez, email@example.com
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.
Advisor: Emilie C.M. Hein, firstname.lastname@example.org
CCSF Cyber Club
Skills and techniques for effective professional self-promotion and workplace rapport in an Information Technology environment. Establishing a professional image and reputation, including resumes and portfolio building, and adhering to workplace protocols and standards for professional conduct.
Advisor: Richard Wu, email@example.com
Oceania’s goal is to support and guide students through academic excellence. Also, to enhance student’s human capital through providing leadership experience, interpersonal skills, and embrace all of our many Pacific Islander cultural awareness.
Advisor: Losaline Mafuahingano-Muli, firstname.lastname@example.org
Immigrant Students' Club
Our main purpose is to inform all the immigrant students with available academic resources at CCSF, help students improve their leadership skills and exchange different cultural beliefs. We welcome all the students who may need academic assistance and want to learn leadership skills.
Advisor: Curt Neal Sanford, email@example.com
Compassion into Action (CiA)
Compassion into Action (CiA) is a CCSF student community service club. Here at CiA, we see the value in everyone. We want to be a catalyst for positive change, and we’ve been driven by the same ideas we initially founded our club upon: support, empowerment, and turning COMPASSION into ACTION. Through fundraising, charity programs, and partnerships with other organizations, CiA aims to make a positive impact with all of our pursuits and to support individuals in our community.
Advisor: Monica N. Bosson, firstname.lastname@example.org
Our club’s goal is to provide all students a place where they can share and exchange their cultural backgrounds. We want to establish connections between communities from all over the world and American culture. Our focus is to help international students navigate CCSF and the Bay Area, but everyone interested in cultural enrichment.
Advisor: Yumi Iwai, email@example.com
Alpha Gamma Sigma Honor Society
This chapter fosters, maintains and recognizes scholarship among members of AGS; to develop programs offerings cultural, social, and community service activities as part of the total college experience; develop leadership skills, good character, and sound judgement.
Advisor: Joseph Reyes, firstname.lastname@example.org
Mindfulness Meditation Club
This is a mindfulness meditation club that aims to bring the powerful tool of meditation and yoga into the lives of students - with benefits serving as a coping method, a de-stressor, or moment-to-moment awareness.
Advisor: Cindy Moody, email@example.com
CCSF Salesforce Club
CCSF Salesforce Clubprofessional career. Finally, we will go to professional events and conferences to begin forming lifelong connections that will expand our networks.
Advisor: Alejandro Jiminez, firstname.lastname@example.org
Nursing Student Association
In Nursing Student Association we will support both academic and clinical success for our members. We will also facilitate student opportunities to enhance their personal and professional role in healthcare. We will advocate for campus wide health maintenance. As aspiring nurses, our goal is to promote safe, culturally appropriate health.
Advisor: Elhattab, Redouane, email@example.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.
Advisor: Keith Mueller, firstname.lastname@example.org
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 students so that they become leaders internationally.
Advisor: Rachel Cohen, email@example.com
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.
Advisor: Jonathan Siekmann, firstname.lastname@example.org
Students Making A Change (SMAC)
Our mission is to equip and engage Black and Brown Community College students to positively transform the deep
structural inequities now present in Community Colleges as reflected by the achievement gap and low retention and transfer rates of underrepresented students of color. SMAC accomplishes its mission by creating leadership opportunities for students in educational policy advocacy, innovative community engagement and organizing.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.
Advisor: Hal Huntsman, email@example.com
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
Advisor: Jessica Masters, firstname.lastname@example.org
Zero Waste Club
Our mission is to educate students and faculty of CCSF on proper waste disposal. We aim to enlighten students and faculty as to why our trash pollution is such a monumental, global issue and encourage them to make easy changes to cut back on plastic in order to reduce unnecessary human waste. Our trash is suffocating our environments around us. The least we can do is sacrifice a few comforts and conveniences to help keep our ecosystems alive and thriving. Without them, our economy and way of life are destined to collapse as we consume our resources faster than nature is able to replenish them.
Advisor: Michelle Gorthy, email@example.com
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.
Advisor: Dennis Mullen, firstname.lastname@example.org
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.
Advisor: Anthony Blea, email@example.com
Justice in Healthcare - Single Payer Improved Medicare for All
We want to understand healthcare justice issues in our community and other communities. By deepening our understanding and social conscious, we can take positive actions to change our inequitable healthcare system and have successful academic and work careers. We intend to have events such as lectures by experts in healthcare justice such as doctors, nurses, other healthcare professional, related movie screenings, and volunteer opportunities for healthcare justice. o We believe that healthcare is a human right and that people should be valued over corporations and profits, every man, woman, and child should have inexpensive healthcare that is not tied to their employmento We believe our club's educational pursuits will help people see Single Payer Medicare For All is in their own and everyone's best interest.o We believe a just healthcare system for all will help people lead to a more healthy, hope-based lives, free from fear and financial ruin due to inflated medical costs.
Advisor: Tehmina Khan, firstname.lastname@example.org
Our mission is to inform students about how math is fun by exploring new math ideas, building a Math-centered community, and to enrich students' minds and their lives!
Advisor: Morgan Dang, email@example.com
Latin and Social Dance Club
Provide social dance and opportunities to exchange ideas in a safe and friendly environment.
Advisor: Dr. Jeanne Hughes, firstname.lastname@example.org
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.
Advisor: Michael Needham, email@example.com
Project SURVIVE Club
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.
Advisor: Adele Failes-Carpenter, firstname.lastname@example.org
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.
Advisor: Eliza Woo, email@example.com
HISA (Health Information Student Association)
HISA provides an opportunity for healthcare students to network with peers, listen to local professionals, and enhance understanding of our chosen career fields. We encourage students to obtain certification, develop higher skills, and access better opportunities within their health professions. We are an open membership academic club, any CCSF student can join.
Advisor: Wanda Ziemba, firstname.lastname@example.org
Student Parent United
To build a community of student parents that: support through understanding, advocate through experience and empower through education.
Advisor: Tracey Faulkner, email@example.com
Political Science and Economics
In the Political Science and Economics Club, we embrace diversity and welcome the opportunity to share our views with all members of the CCSF student body and local community. We fight for the beliefs and rights of our fellow students and look to educate our student body through field trips that broaden our horizons. We wish to give back to our community through volunteering on the subjects that matter most to us, whether they are environmental, health related, or social justice focused. We aim to develop a unified blueprint that represents all students and betters the City College Community.
Advisor: Thomas Menendez, firstname.lastname@example.org
Gender Diversity Project Club
Trans awareness trainings for students and faculty. Incident reporting for bathroom and other gender issues. To have a safe place for trans students to be themselves.
Advisor: Breana Bahar Hansen, email@example.com
To support and mentor CCSF Makers and Creators.
Advisor: Eugene Young, firstname.lastname@example.org
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.
Advisor: Judy Lai, email@example.com
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.
Advisor: Diane Nagura, firstname.lastname@example.org
We inspire the next generation of innovators and leaders. We provide a space to incubate your ideas and build the confidence needed to succeed in this extremely competitive business world.
Advisor: Vivian Faustino-Pulliam, email@example.com
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.
Advisor: Hsin Yun Liu, firstname.lastname@example.org
Black Student Union
To create a community of CCSF student members whom will support one another and the CCSF black student body in achieving their educational goals; by participating in community gatherings and events, sponsorship and fundraising opportunities.
Advisor: Mr. Robert Clark, email@example.com
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.
Advisor: Anita Rathi, firstname.lastname@example.org