Southeast Center ASPCC

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Club Name Mission | Membership | Meeting Contact
ESOL Club The Purpose of the ESOL Club is to gather together with students in the ESOL program and also with English speaking students to work together in using the English language.


Club president: Mai Harris mai.harris@pcc.edu
Club Advisor: Trina Hing

GED Club

Mission: The GED Club exists to assist currently enrolled GED students and GED graduates become successful in their educational goals. The GED Club aims to:

  • Help currently enrolled and new GED students prepare to take the GED subject area tests (reading, writing, science, math and social studies) and to pass these tests.
  • Provide support to GED graduates in taking the next step in going to college (take the college placement test, enroll for college, etc.)
  • Tutor members in specific academic areas (math, writing, and reading) and other skill areas in college courses.

Club Constitution: GED Club Constitution

Club president: Hanna Nguyen hanna.nguyen@pcc.edu

Club advisor: Esther Loanzon

MEChA
Movimiento Estudiantil Chican@ de Aztlan
The mission of MEChA is to promote higher education community service, political awareness and involvement, and culture. MEChA was founded on the principles of self-determination. We believe that education and political involvement are the avenues for change in our society.

Club president: Miguel Moreno miguel.moreno2@pcc.edu

Club advisor: Olivia Alcaire

Q-Spot The purpose of the Q-spot is to create an envirionment where GLBTQIA (Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer/Questioning, Intersex, Asexual) individuals of Portland Community College's Southeast campus and their allies can meet in order to learn about issues that pertain to the community. As well as have a safe and supportive environment in which to voice questions and concerns they may be having. The Q-spot would also provide information on resources found through PCC and in the greater Portland area for GLBTQIA populace. The Q-Spot mission is to create a safe, supportive, fun and educational environment for Portland Community College's Southeast Center's GLBTQIA persons and their allies.

Club president: Mariana Rodrigues mariana.lo.ro@gmail.com

Club advisor: Jane Larson

Student Success Club

Mission: To acquire knowledge, share insight and experience that will help emerging students to become more successful in college.

Meeting: Meetings are held twice a month at the most convenient time.
Club Constitution: CLUB CONSTITUTION_Student Success Club
Membership: Membership is open to all PCC students. If you would like to join this club or find out more, contact the club president.

Club president: Rose L. Laguerre
rose.laguerre@pcc.edu

Club Vice-president: Magaret McAleese
margeret.mcaleese@pcc.edu

Treasurer: Ariel Hernandez ariel.hernandez@pcc.edu


Club advisor: Bryan Ruziska

Senior Studies Institute

This organization shall provide an opportunity for older adults to share in the exploration of topics of mutual interest, to contribute their experience and their expertise, and to expand their circle of friends

 

Club president: Duane Ray
duaneray@frontier.com


Club advisor: Neal Naigus

Writing Club

Mission: To support writing courses offered at PCC including Composition, Creative Writing, Fiction, and Techinical Writing. Presentations are conducted by co-faculty advisors Jessica Jonhson and Blake Hausman as well as guest speakers and writing workshops.

Meeting: Meetings are held on the second and fourth Friday of the month.
Membership: Membership is open to all PCC students. If you would like to join this club or find out more, contact the

 

Club president, Ernie Garcia at ernie.garcia15@pcc.edu.

Club Advisor: Jessica Johnson

Southeast Center Veterans Club
Our purpose is to serve students who are interested in, related to, or whom were, or are Veterans of the Uniformed Services of the United States of America. We strive to promote a safe, healthy, and supportive environment for those participating and hope to make a positive impact in the lives of those who choose to be involved.

Club President: Walter McDowell - walter.mcdowell@pcc.edu

Club advisor: James Pepe

Natural Wellness Club Our mission is to contribute to the students well being while facing the stresses of attending college and trying to manage our personal lives. We will provide information on eating healthy, nutritional deficiencies, stress reducers, and exercise activities.

Club president: Maria S. Chiritescu
maria@Chiritescu15@pcc.edu

Club advisor: Catherine Thomas

How To Start a Club at Southeast

Are you interested in starting your own club? The process is quick and easy:

  1. Print out a Club Charter Packet.
  2. Find at least 8 members who want to join and participate on a regular basis.
  3. Recruit a faculty or staff member to serve as your club’s advisor.
  4. Bring your completed forms to MTH 113 for the club and programs specialist, Nicole Seery, to review.
  5. Your club will be chattered by ASPCC Southeast upon further revision.

Club Charter Packet

Club Charter Packet includes following: the Student Organization Form, Advisor Agreement Form, Club Constitution, and Club Roster Form.

Submit your packet in MTH 113.

  1. Student Organization Form
    Start your own club. Print and fill out.
  2. Advisor Agreement Form
    Each PCC student club must have an advisor to be chartered.
  3. Club Constitution
    A sample of a club constitution
  4. Club Roster Form
    Minimum of five students are required to charter a club.
  • ASPCC encourages students of Southeast Center to organize clubs based on similar interests. Review the Club Charter Guidelines and Process for more information. Print, fill out and turn it in to MTH 113.
    Club Charter Guidelines and Process
  • The Club Standing Form is a quick and easy way to re-chart. Print, fill out and turn it in to MTH 113.
    Club Standing Form (Recharter)

Questions or Concerns? Email Nicole Seery.

Club Life

ESOL Club

Club Coordinator: Mai Harris mai.harris@pcc.edu
Club Advisor: Trina Hing thing@pcc.edu

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What: The Purpose of the ESOL Club is to gather together with students in the ESOL program and also with English speaking students to work together in using the English language.

QSPOT

Club Coordinator: Nicole Horsely nicole.horsely@pcc.edu

Club Advisor: Jane Larson jane.larson@pcc.edu

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What: The purpose of the Q-spot is to create an environment where GLBTQIA (Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer/Questioning, Intersex, Asexual) individuals of Portland Community College's Southeast campus and their allies can meet in order to learn about issues that pertain to the community. As well as have a safe and supportive environment in which to voice questions and concerns they may be having. The Q-spot would also provide information on resources found through PCC and in the greater Portland area for GLBTQIA populace. The Q-Spot mission is to create a safe, supportive, fun and educational environment for Portland Community College's Southeast Center's GLBTQIA persons and their allies.

Creative Writing

Club Coordinator: Ernie Garcia ernie.garcia@pcc.edu

Club Advisor:  Jessica Johnson jessica.johnson8@pcc.edu

Blake Hausman blake.hausman@pcc.edu

When: Thursdays 4pm-6pm

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What: To support writing courses offered at PCC including Composition, Creative Writing, Fiction, and Techinical Writing. Presentations are conducted by co-faculty advisors Jessica Jonhson and Blake Hausman as well as guest speakers and writing workshops.

Seniors Studies Institute

Club Coordinator: Geraldine Williams

Club Advisor: Neal Naigus nnaigus@pcc.edu

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What: This organization shall provide an opportunity for older adults to share in the exploration of topics of mutual interest, to contribute their experience and their expertise, and to expand their circle of friends

Radiant Reggae Radio

Club Coordinator: James "Tosh" Padilla james.padilla@pcc.edu

Club Advisor: Stephanie Yurasits stephanie.yurasits@pcc.edu

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