The Student Nurses Association (SNA) of Hagerstown Community College is a club that fosters professionalism in nursing students, promotes participation in professional nursing organizations, and encourages health related outreach with the college and in the community. Meetings are held the fourth Thursday of the month at 1:00 pm in CPB-125. Pre-nursing and nursing students are welcome and encouraged to attend. For more information please contact the executive officers or faculty advisor listed below:
President: Holly Anderson email@example.com
Vice President: Shaina McCleaf firstname.lastname@example.org
Secretary: Jessica Medghalchi email@example.com
Assistant Secretary: Kristen Fritz firstname.lastname@example.org
Treasurer: Sara Seipler email@example.com
Faculty Advisor: Teresa Weedon firstname.lastname@example.org
Phi Beta Lambda brings business and education together in a positive working relationship through innovative leadership and career development programs. PBL is the premier education association preparing students not only for careers in business but for success in life. PBL members are encouraged to take on leadership positions and run for local, state, or national office in PBL. PBL members participate in activities, organize community service projects, interact with local companies and their executives, attend state and national leadership conferences, and serve in a leadership position.
PBL focuses professional career development on encouraging capable, aggressive business leadership, strengthening confidence in and understanding the American business enterprise, encouraging individual members to contribue to the improvement of the community, and helps in developing character, citizenship, and patriotism. PBL here at Hagerstown Community College is in its second year. The club has held several meetings focuing on interviewing skills, building wealth from a young age, dress for success, etiquette dinners, and has also held and participated in many fundraisers on campus.
PBL is recognized and endorsed by many national organizations focused on education and management attainment. PBL has a great website www.fbla-pbl.org that contains information about the national organization and the many services that are available to members. The contact and advisor at Hagerstown Community College is Jim Pierne who can be reached at email@example.com or by calling 240-500-2215.
Phi Theta Kappa is the International Honor Society for two-year institutions. Our chapter here at HCC was established in 1968. The first mission of Phi Theta Kappa is to recognize academic achievement. By attaining a cumulative grade point average after completing at least 12 college level (101 or above) credit hours, 15 if you are a part time student, individuals will be invited to join this prestigious society. Choosing to accept allows a student to wear honor regalia at graduation, the seal on one’s diploma, and become eligible for over $37 million in scholarships exclusively for members.
The second mission is to offer growth and development opportunities in our hallmark areas: Scholarship, Leadership, Service, and Fellowship. “Phi Theta Kappa is one of the best organizations on campus to expand your comfort zone and be better prepared for life after college.” Whether it is through presenters at meetings, convention travel, projects of the chapter and region, or online programming, you will not find a single organization that offers as many opportunities as Phi Theta Kappa does at HCC!
For more information contact one of our co-advisors:
Sherry Donovan @ firstname.lastname@example.org
or Jennifer Szczesniak @ email@example.com
The Student Veteran’s Club was created to offer support to students who are military veterans or family members.
Robert “Bo” Myers
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The HCC Step Team performs during half time at the men’s and women’s basketball games, at special HCC events, and as requested in the community. The team meets for practices weekly. Try-outs are held at the beginning of the fall semester.
This organization does several things to enhance the environment for children: fundraisers to replace or repair equipment, purchase supplies, organize family and friend activities, and a volunteer program to come in and read to children, do an art project, or any other activity or service to benefit the children and the Children’s Learning Center.
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The Spectrum Club consists of student who are open to and accepting of all identities. The primary goal is to create a safe environment for students who identify as lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgendered, questioning, and strait allies.
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The Science Club promotes a better understanding of all aspects of science and provides educational activities related to science.
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This club’s goals are to promote a better understanding of all aspects of the performing arts genre, and to foster the performing arts at HCC by providing opportunities to explore, develop, create, share, and support both dramatic and musical productions.
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