Student Services-Clubs and Organizations

Many career programs have developed clubs related to their program objectives. Each club has a faculty advisor and provides educational experiences for members. Clubs may be started by any interested group of students or by an instructor. In order for a club to be approved by the Student Government Association, it is required to have a constitution and an advisor. Many programs have developed a club which not only promotes Lakeshore Technical College but helps various civic organizations by conducting surveys, collecting money for charities, giving scholarships, and helping with workshops. Members of these clubs support their common career goals by attending workshops and seminars, taking tours, participating in state and national activities, setting up programs, and becoming acquainted with various organizations of their profession. Assistance is given to official program-related clubs through the Student Government Association.

Program-Related Clubs/Associations

Auto Collision Club

Membership in the Auto Collision Club is open to students enrolled in the Auto Collision Repair and Refinish Technician program. This club serves as the professional club for the Auto Collision Repair and Refinish Technician program. Activities include educational and social events.

Auto Tech Club

Membership in the Auto Tech Club is open to students enrolled in the Automotive Maintenance Technician program. This club serves as the professional club for the Automotive Maintenance Technician program. Activities include educational and social events.

Business Professionals of America

The Business Professionals of America—Cleveland Chapter is made up of students enrolled in business education programs. Members of Business Professionals of America have the opportunity to: Learn how to work effectively with others. Learn and understand the needs of employers. Demonstrate occupational and leadership skills in competitive events. Derive satisfaction from helping others and serving their community. Develop leadership skills through activities, workshops, and conferences. Increase their knowledge of business and office occupations through professional activities involving speakers, tours, and seminars.

Criminal Justice Students Association

All Criminal Justice program students are encouraged to join this association. The association has been active in community programs such as The March of Dimes Walk America, Two Rivers Community Care Day, Manitowoc Crime Prevention, and others. The students have also sponsored the "Adopt a Highway" program and are responsible for the highway in front of the college. The students also have formed study groups and have had several social events. Club-sponsored guest speakers have presented interesting topics at several meetings. The Criminal Justice Students Association has traditionally been very active in promoting the program, the career, and Lakeshore Technical College.

Dairy Club

Students enrolled in the Dairy Herd Management program are eligible for membership in the Dairy Club. The Dairy Club, an active club on campus, promotes dairying and agriculture throughout the nation and provides leadership opportunities for its members. Activities include judging workshops, skills contests, banquets, club tours, fund-raising activities, and state and national competitions.

Dental Assistant Club

Students enrolled in the Dental Assistant program may join the Dental Assistant Club. The club's objectives are to plan, finance, and undertake field trips or other social activities that are planned for the Dental Assistant program class. Club members visit elementary schools in the area to explain the benefits of good dental health during Dental Health Month in February. They may also participate in other community service projects during the year.

Hospitality Club

Information Technology (IT) Club

This club is open to any full- or part-time student enrolled at LTC who wish to develop a better understanding of the nature and functions of information technology. The club is actively involved and affiliated with its parent chapter of the Association of Information Technology Professionals (AITP) by attending the AITP monthly meetings and outings.

LCSNA (Lakeshore Chapter of the Student Nurses Association)

Any student enrolled in the Nursing--Associate Degree program or enrolled at LTC as a prenursing student is eligible to become a member. The purpose of LCSNA is to aid in the development of the individual student and to urge students of nursing, as future health professionals, to be aware of and to contribute to improving health care for all people. LCSNA promotes support among fellow nursing students through regularly scheduled meetings, service projects, and social gatherings. Meetings provide a forum for program updates, speaker presentations to explore various nursing roles, and student body concerns. Annually, students are elected as delegates to represent LCSNA at the state convention. LCSNA officers comprise the executive board.

LTC SHRM (Society of Human Resource Management) Student Chapter

The purpose of this club is acquaint LTC students with professionals in human resource management, to acquaint students with the study of human resource management, to keep students up to date on new developments in the field via networking and internship opportunities, to develop a nucleus of future human resource professionals, and to adhere to a strict code of ethics as described by the Society of Human Resource Management.

Medical Assistant Club

The Medical Assistant Club is open to all students (full- and part-time) enrolled in the Medical Assistant program. The club's objectives are to plan various social and educational events and to organize fund-raising activities to help finance these events. The club also serves to provide a basis for friendship among students at LTC and provides its members with the opportunity to meet with the Lakeshore Medical Assistant Club.

Paralegal Student Association

Membership in this association is open to students enrolled in the Paralegal program. Members are given the opportunity to develop leadership skills through community service, fund-raising, and planning of activities.

Supply Chain Management Club (Student APICS Chapter)

This club, open to all currently enrolled Supply Chain Management program students and alumni of the program, has the purpose of providing communications between the currently enrolled students and alumni. The past and present members of this club will also maintain close communication with the professional organizations of materials management (namely, the American Production and Inventory Control Society, National Association of Purchasing Management, traffic organizations, and the Society of Advancement of Value Engineering) in order to continually improve themselves professionally. The club also conducts charitable and social activities to bring about public awareness of this career and to help those in need. The funds for these activities will be provided by fund-raising activities.

Weld Club

The Welding Club is open to any student in an LTC Welding program. This club will provide input on Welding program issues to faculty and advisory committees; plan activities, trips, seminars and speakers; and develop better job skills.

Non-program Related/Social Involvement Clubs/Associations

Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society—Beta Lambda Sigma Chapter

The vision of the LTC Chapter of Phi Theta Kappa is to enhance the experience of membership, to increase volunteerism, to promote fun activities that will strengthen members' bonds with Phi Theta Kappa, and to provide our members with leadership opportunities that will enhance future work ethics and provide the skills necessary for a lifetime of success.

Campus Christian Fellowship Club

Campus Christian Fellowship is an interdenominational, student-led, Christian organization open to all LTC students and staff. Campus Christian Fellowship exists to provide regular opportunities to study and discuss the Bible, worship and pray, all in a group setting, which also provides opportunities for fellowship, encouragement, and spiritual growth among members. We seek to be a resource to the student body by offering opportunities to discuss spiritual matters and provide materials in the form of outside speakers, videos, books, and articles, all for their benefit and consideration. We also seek to be a catalyst for caring and compassion toward others which involves volunteering at and supporting various charitable organizations. We hope to share the love of Christ while providing a safe and comfortable opportunity for Christians and non-Christians alike.


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