ASPCC Cascade – Club List

Cascade SC 03 | Chelsea Ellertson, Clubs and Programs Specialist, 971-722-5371

Club Name

Purpose

Club Coordinator

Anime Club To promote cross-cultural awareness and appreciation of Japanese and East Asian visual arts, such as anime, manga and film.

Wendy Gleason
email

Asian Games To promote cross-cultural awareness and appreciation of Asian strategy games such as Go (Igo-Baduk-Wequi), various forms of chess, and Hanafuda (Koi-Koi, Go-Stop).

Patrick Devine
email

Billiards Club Entertainment and education. Fundraisers to help cover costs of replacement and repair of student lounge pool equipment. Andrea Flores
email
Black Student Union To create cultural competency, by increasing awareness on campus and in our community. Help increase college retention and college success through, networking, scholarship assistance, and mentorships. Staci White
email
Cosmo Club To explore the interconnectedness of different scientific disciplines and to connect with other students with similar interests. Trieste Desautels
email
Emergency Management Association To provide outside the class room experiences for those intending to enter the EMPS world while providing community service and job networking in the greater Portland area.

David Moss
email

Filmmaker's Club (description coming soon)

Eduardo Sandoval
email

International Student Association To provide a space where International and American students can build social connections and where members of the International Student Population can find support and advocacy regarding issues they might face as PCC students. Chuckie Le
email
Recovery 101 To provide an environment for those in recovery to obtain support from fellow students in the community. Tony Vezina
email
MEChA MEChA is an acronym for Movimiento Estudiante Chicano de Aztlan - a national student organization that promotes higher education, cultural events, community service and political awareness. Yesenia Herrera
email
Math Club To allow students to explore mathematical topics that they are interested in (but maybe didn’t get to see enough in class). We’ll explore the connections between different topics such as physics, what it’s like to be a math major, math history, origami, geometry, Greek philosophers etc. Leota Wolford
email
Multimedia Club To provide a place for student in the multimedia program or who are interested in multimedia. Paul Gilmore
email
Muslim Student Association To foster a community that is geared toward learning, acceptance, and understanding. Through service, events, brotherhood, and sisterhood the CMSA seeks to not only create an environment where Muslims can meet, interact and practice Islam, but also a place where non-Muslims can learn about Islam. We strive to remain inclusive to all of those who wish to understand, appreciate and study Islam. Abdul Karrem Salde
email
Native Nations To provide support for Native American students attending college and native students wanting to come to college. To become more involved with other Native American programs and activities, and be of support in the community and Native Americans in the community and each other. Madeline Rider
email
Outdoor Activity Club To meet others interested in hiking, kayaking, biking, snow shoeing, skiing and other outdoor activities. Shane Horner
email
Paralegal Club To bring people together with the common interest of the paralegal club at PCC.  Jerry Brask
email
Passage 2 Academic Success To promote academic excellence for all students with the emphasis on students of African descent. We seek to enhance skills of personal development, communication, cultural awareness and leadership advancement. Brittney Clark
email

PCC Cinema Society The purpose of the club is to bring aspiring filmmakers and videographers together to practice the art of cinema.  Eduardo Sandovall
email
Q Club To provide a safe place and create awareness and activism for LGBTQ related issues on campus. Cassandra Sandovall
email
Student Firefighters Association (SFFA) Community and service. Lauren Allen
email
Student Veterans Association First, to connect Veterans with PCCʼs resources as well as community resources, in order to provide the best experience possible for Veterans. Second, to increase awareness of veteran specific issues on the college campus; including but not limited to: advocacy for veteran needs and outreach to veterans going to college. Third, to create a safe, relaxing, and non-judgmental environment for veterans to socialize, speak freely, and connect with other veterans, advocates, family, and friends. Joshua Sims
email
Web Development and Design Club For PCC students who have interest in Web Development and Design. Paul Anderson
email

List Updated: 2014, January 13
Please email to clubs.ca@pcc.edu for updates and corrections.