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|Allied Health Excellence Club||Automotive Club||Business Management Club|
|Calling All Colors||Campus Christian Fellowship||Cardinal Newspaper|
|C.H.E.F. Club||Criminal Justice||Environmental Conservation Club|
|Firefighting Club||Human Services Club||Mathematics Society|
|Student Nurse Club||Phi Theta Kappa||Photography Club|
|Radio Club||Rainbow Alliance||Science Club|
|Skagit Secular Student Alliance||Street Dance Club||Veteran Club|
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Participation in activities or departmental clubs, honorariums and service organizations is a vital part of your life as a student at Skagit Valley College. Take a minute to read through the many ways you can be involved while at SVC.
All clubs and organizations are chartered by the ASSVC. The following is a list of all the active clubs and organizations and their faculty advisers. If you are interested in becoming involved in a club or organization, contact either the Student Life office or the club adviser directly.
The purposes of the Allied Health Excellence Club are to (1) bridge the gap between the Allied Health faculty and the students, (2) raise money for the SVC Medical Assistant program for new equipment and better supplies, and (3) inform and guide current and future Allied Health students about the program and what's expected. For more information please contact Dave Elder.
The purpose of this club to promote the Automotive Technical Program to Skagit Valley College students and to the employers of the Pacific Northwest, for recognition of vocational learning and educational experience. To apply or create skills of leadership, teamwork, and problem solving among member; apply automotive skills and promote knowledge in a community or work environment.
The purposes of this organization are to: (1) promote managerial, professional, and technical potential through training and executive development, (2) promote innovation and creativity to assure individuals full development of their own style within their limits, (3) enhance opportunity for employment, (4) develop an understanding of our free market enterprise system, and (5) encourage ethical practice in marketing and distribution. Contact Duane Collette at (360) 416-7776.
Calling All Colors is open to ALL students, and provides an environment of inclusion that encourages members to become successful leaders. By valuing our differences, we build upon our individual, team and club strengths, and that makes all the difference in the world. Modeled after the Native American Way of Council, the club has one overall chair and the members alternate in positions of responsibility as committee chairs, thereby promoting leadership skill building. The club's goals are to create a sense of belonging and to develop unity through diversity. This is done via community service, fund raising, social activity planning, community event programming and attending conferences throughout the Northwest. For more information, contact Anita Ordóñez at (360) 416-7786.
CCF is a ministry centered around encouraging students to grow in their relationship with God and reaching out to the campus and community. Whether a Christian or someone just looking for a place to connect, everyone is more than welcome. Our main gathering is the Tuesday chapel every week from 12:30 to 1:30 in Ford 101 as well as Thursday Night Grub at 6:00 in Nelson 123. For more information, contact advisor Abel Gage at (360) 416-7894 or visit our Facebook page.
The Cardinal Newspaper is published regularly during the school year. The Cardinal staff is always looking for others interested in writing, reporting, photography, layout, and advertising. If you are interested in joining the Cardinal, contact Rip Robbins at 416-7711.
The C.H.E.F. Club (Culinary Hospitality Education Foundation) works to encourage, promote, and regulate activities of students in the Culinary Arts and Hospitality Management Program (CAHM), and to provide academic support to students. Contact Dani Cox at (360) 416-7721.
The Criminal Justice Club promotes higher student learning by means of hands-on exercises in combination with lectures outside of class, and other means of extra-curricular education. This organization strives to become active in local communities through volunteerism and other community services. Contact Bill Overby at (360) 416-7829.
The purposes of the Environmental Conservation Club are to: (1) provide a support group for students to gather and share their common interests in the environmental conservation field, and (2) provide an opportunity for students to meet and interact with education, research, and environmental agencies' personnel to help improve their skills, knowledge and opportunities for job networking and employment in the field of environment conservation and monitoring. For more information, contact Claus Svendsen at (360) 416-7816.
Firefighting Club was created to: (1) provide the means of continuing educational opportunities in the public safety field, (2) organize, participate, and/or fund events for providing networking opportunities to further career goals, and (3) help improve the firefighter training program through committees and/or work parties.
The purposes of this organization are to: (1) provide a support group for students to gather and share their common interests in the human service field, and (2) provide an opportunity for students to meet and interact with education, research, and human services agency personnel to help improve their skills, knowledge and opportunities for job networking and employment in the field. For more information, contact Jere Lafollette at (360) 416-7749.
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The Student Nurse Club is an association that helps to project the image of the nurse, both in the community at large and in the college community, in the participation of health promotion activities. The club also provides opportunities for leadership and education beyond the classroom. For more information, contact Sara Bear.
The purposes of the Theta Upsilon chapter are the promotion of scholarship, the development of leadership, and the cultivation of fellowship and service among qualified students of Skagit Valley College. On the Mount Vernon Campus, contact Ernest Tutt.
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KSVR-FM is a student-operated 170-watt radio station, and is the only FM station located in the Skagit Valley. KSVR plays news and public service programming and a wide variety of music, including alternative and progressive rock, techno and electronic, Mexican, world beat, reggae and more. KSVR is always looking for students who are interested in being on the air and in radio station management. To join KSVR or for more information, call Rip Robbins at (360) 416-7711.
We exist to give support and promote the welfare of lesbian, bisexual and gay students, faculty, and staff at Skagit Valley College and the surrounding community. We hold weekly meetings as well as occasional support groups and movie nights. Everything said in our meetings or at our events, as well as the identities of those involved are strictly confidential. For more information, contact Linda Jordan at (360) 416-7836 or visit the Facebook Page.
The Science Club was founded to increase awareness and general likability of the sciences. We do this by taking our science van out to numerous schools across the county, from high school to elementary, and performing simple yet exciting demonstrations. This sparks the interest of the students here at SVC, as well as the students at the schools we visit. We also have fundraisers on campus and go on several field trips to witness various scientific events—from touring a new exhibit to attending breakthrough lectures at universities. The club is based on the Mount Vernon Campus. Contact Chuck Stevens or Roxanne Finney.
The Skagit Secular Student Alliance was created to (1) promote and practice the open, rational, and scientific examination of the universe and our place in it, (2) and that ethics and morality can be meaningfully based on rational and humanistic ideals and values; (3) promote skeptical inquiry, (4) provide community for nontheists, atheists, agnostics, humanists, skeptics, naturalists and other freethinkers, (5) organize activities, such as forums for discussion, guest speakers, and debates that educate and inform students, staff and faculty of Skagit Valley College and surrounding community, (6) foster acceptance of freethinkers, and (7) advocate for the separation between church and state. For more information, contact Lynne Fouquette at (360) 416-7639.
The purpose of this club is to promote the art of street dance, to teach the basics of street dance to team members, and to organize street dance performances. For more information, contact Ted Maloney at (360) 416-7774.
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Our purposes are to (1) promote the Welding Technical Program to Skagit Valley College students and to employers of the Pacific Northwest, (2) encourage the recognition of vocational learning and educational experience, (3) create skills of leadership, teamwork, and problem solving among members, (4) apply welding skills and promote knowledge in a community or work environment. For more information, call Dan Nelson at (360) 416-7702.