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    Inter Club Council (I.C.C.)

    The Interclub Council is the coordinating body for all clubs and organizations on campus. It is a voluntary organization which promotes engagement in community college activities, and all LMC Clubs are eligible to participate. Website

    ICC CHAIR FALL 2018
    Ricardo Black      
    ICC ADVISOR
    Teresea Archaga
    Fall Meetings: Mondays 3:30-4:30 PM    CC2-213

    Allies

    Allies, Los Medanos College's Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgendergender (LGBT) Alliance, provides information, support and community for gay, lesbian, bi, trans, queer and questioning people in the LMC area, and for their straight family and friends. Allies meetings and events offer a safe, friendly and inclusive place and time for our community to convene. Allies

    President of Allies         
    Akila Briggs
    Advisor for Allies
    Jeffrey Matthews
    Fall Meetings: Thursdays 1:00- 2:00 PM   Library 125

    American Medical Student Association (A.M.S.A.)

    We promote, encourage, and maintain a cohesive relationship with the students of Los Medanos College. Our mission is to inform and involve students in the medical and heath education fields.

    President of AMSA
    Victoria Alexander
    Advisor for AMSA
    Tennille McEwen
    Fall Meetings: Tuesdays 5:00 PM  CC2-296

    Anime Club

    The purpose of Anime Club is to bring together students who enjoy the qualities of Japanese pop-culture such as manga, anime, music, video games, art, etc. and hope to learn about their general culture to have a better understanding of themes presented in this genre.
    President of Anime Club
    Bruno Snare
    Advisor for Anime Club
    Anthony Amboy
    Fall Meetings: TBD

    Art Club

    We make an effort to create a sanctuary for inspiring artists by meeting with other people who share the same dream, which is living a life full of art!

    President of Art Club
    Marisa Bebeau
    Advisor for Art Club
    Eric Sanchez
    Fall Meetings: Fridays 1:00-5:00 PM   CC3-307

    Asian Pacific Islander Club (A.P.I.)

    The API Club is designed to help students who are their learning experience at LMC, educate the campus community about Asian Pacific Islander culture, and to make friends who are interested in the Asian Pacific Islander culture. 

    President of API
    Sierra Abel
    Advisor for API
    Jennifer Ma
    Fall Meetings: Thursdays  4:00-5:00 PM   Student Services Conference Room 332

    Black Student Union (B.S.U.)

    The purpose of the Black Student Union (BSU) is to provide and promote economic, political and academic enrichment, and develop unity among Black students at LMC.
    President of BSU
    T'Keyah Taylor
    Advisor for BSU
    Jamila Stewart
    Fall Meetings: Fridays 10:00- 11:00 AM   MA-108

    Circle K 

    The purpose of this club is to assist members in developing leadership skills, promoting meaningful service while helping others, working with local organizations, and providing opportunities to utilize skills.

    President of Circle K
    Briana Kaitlyn Sanchez

    Advisor for Circle K              
    Edward Beanes
    Fall Meetings: Tuesdays 2:00 PM- 3:00 PM   CC-225

    College Re-Entry Club (Co.Re)

    We offer support and guidance for students re-entering college after taking a break, or perhaps never attending college after high school. We create a space to meet other returning students, get advice and guidance for the things they need to know in order to make the transition as easy as possible.

    President of Co.Re
    Azi Carter
    Advisor for Co.Re
    Tue Rust
    Fall Meetings: 1st & 3rd Friday  12:00 PM   Library 125

    LMC Debate Society

    LMC Debate Society promotes and supports the LMC Debate Team financially as well as provides opportunities to reach out to those who are interested in learning more, becoming more involved with and appreciation the art and science of argumentation and debate in East Contra Costa County.

    President of LMC Debate Society
    Hailey Solares
    Advisor for LMC Debate Society
    Marie Arcidiacono
    Fall Meetings: Wednesdays 2:50-3:20 PM   CC1-114

    E.O.P.S. Club

    The mission of the EOPS Club is to increase overall effectiveness of the EOPS Program and to develop student leaders. The EOPS club will also serve as a dynamic student voice as they assist in the development of program goals, objectives, administrative processes, and in the review of the program overall.
    President of EOPS Club
    Sirreck Brown-Smith
    Advisor for EOPS Club
    Tara Seymour
    Fall Meetings: Fridays 1:00-2:30 PM   Visit EOPS Office for location

    Honors Club

    Established to add a social and community service dimension to the Honors Transfer Program at LMC. The Honors  Club works towards enriching the community with intellectual and artistic activities, to provide mentoring and tutoring programs for all LMC students, and to serve the community through outreach programs.

    President of Honors Club
    Sierra Abel
     Advisor for Honors Club
    Jennifer Saito
    Fall Meetings: Wednesdays  3:30-4:30 PM  

    International Students Club

    International Students Club is designed to provide a social and interactive component that may lead to cultural awareness and understanding as well as support multicultural experiences to the campus community.

    President of International Students Club
    Odochi Nwokocah
     Advisor for International Students Club
    Teresea Archaga
    Fall Meetings: Fridays 1:00-2:00 PM      Student Life Office  

    La Raza Unida Club

    Works to unify Latino students at LMC in order to create and promote Latino students through awareness and community service.

    President of La Raza Unida
    Bryan Reynoso
    Advisor for La Raza Unida
    Marco Godinez
    Fall Meetings: Wednesdays 3:30 PM-4:30 PM     CO-103

    LatinX Leadership Network (L.L.N.)

    The purpose of the LatinX Network is to help LatinX individuals attain access through academic development workshops and professional opportunities, establish meaningful relationships and strong support systems, and provide a mentorship platform to enable successful LatinX students to mentor incoming students at LMC.

    President of LLN
    Maria Gudino

    Advisor for LLN
    Danna Tajeda
      

    Licensed Vocational Nursing Club, Class of 2019

    The purpose of the LVN Club is to uphold the standards of our predecessors by continuing to establish traditions set forth by previous LVN students by: 1) Fostering an educational environment that is positive, professional, supportive and accommodating. 2) Upholding and expanding the reputation of clinical academic excellence. 3) Promoting class spirit. 4) Bringing voice to the needs, concerns, and interests of student members. 5) Providing equal opportunities for each member to be involved within the club with respect to their wishes and time availability. 6) Presenting a positive contribution to our community.
    President of the LVN Club
    Janeen Cloud
    Advisor for the LVN Club
    Patrice Moore
    Fall Meetings: Tuesdays  2:30     CC3-361

    Los Medanos College Associated Students (L.M.C.A.S.)

    We, the students of Los Medanos College in order to provide an official and representative student organization, to investigate student problems and take appropriate action, to provide the official voice through which student opinion may be expressed, to encourage the development of responsible student participation in the overall policy and decision making process of the College community, to foster an awareness of the student’s role in the academic community, to enhance the quality and scope of education at the College, and to provide means for responsible and effective participation in the organization of student affairs, do ordain and establish this Bylaw for the Associated Students of Los Medanos College.

    President of LMCAS
    Priscilla Tatmon
     Advisor for LMCAS
    John Nguyen
     Fall Meetings: Mondays 1:00-3:00 PM   Library L-106

    LMC Mustang Steppers

    The objective of the LMC Mustang Steppers is to encourage, motivate, and tap into the abilities of students both artistically and creatively; while encouraging the spirit of teamwork and leadership.
    President of LMC Mustang Steppers
    Quaneda Morris
    Advisor for LMC Mustang Steppers
    Marci Lapriore
    Fall Meetings: Wednesdays 1:00- 3:00 PM   LMC PE- Dance Studio

    LMC Mustang Ambassadors Club (M.A.C.)

    The purpose of the Mustang Ambassador Club is to provide a safe and comfortable environment for Student Ambassadors and student leaders to further expand their leadership skills. We aspire to build social networking at LMC and in the surrounding community through outreach, Programming, and Fundraising.
    President of MAC
    Daisy Ruiz
    Advisor for MAC 
    Nicole Almassey
    Fall Meetings: 1st & 3rd Fridays  4-5PM  SS3-318

    Puente

    The purpose of our club is to promote the social action in the Latino community which guides students and helps with moral support within a familia structure. Our focus is on team work which enhances students to get involved in the community.

    President of Puente Club
    Briana Orozco
     Advisor for Puente Club
    Stacey Miller
    Fall Meetings: Mondays 11:30-12:30 PM   Library L-106

    RN, Class of 2019

    We uphold the standards of our predecessors by continuing the established traditions set forth by previous registered nursing students by: Fostering an educational environment that is positive, professional, supportive and accommodating. Upholding and expanding a reputation of clinical and academic excellence. Promoting class spirit. Bringing voice to the needs, concerns and interests of its student members. Presenting a positive contribution to the community.

    President of RN, Class of 2019
    Trang Nguyen
     Advisor for RN, Class of 2019
    Joanne Bent
    Fall Meetings: Tuesdays  11:00 AM  CC3-336  

    RN, Class of 2020

    We uphold the standards of our predecessors by continuing the established traditions set forth by previous registered nursing students by: Fostering an educational environment that is positive, professional, supportive and accommodating. Upholding and expanding a reputation of clinical and academic excellence. Promoting class spirit. Bringing voice to the needs, concerns and interests of its student members. Presenting a positive contribution to the community.
    President of the RN, Class of 2020
    Jontelle Fisher
    Advisor for RN, Class of 2020         
    Joanne Bent
    Fall Meetings: Wednesdays 8:30-12:30 PM    Nursing Comp. Lab (when available)

    Students with Abilities Coordinate to Helping Each Other (S.A.C.H.E.)

    Established to add awareness to LMC of the wide range and various form of disabilities. It also serves to add a social dimension to the Disabled Students Program and Services (DSPS_) program while helping students success in their academic career through support of volunteers on campus.

    President of SACHE
    Tammy Smith
     Advisor for SACHE
    Jennifer Garcia
     Fall Meetings: Mondays  4:45 PM in Library  Please visit our website for more details-SACHE

    Shenanigans

    We want to give students an opportunity for extracurricular activity while preparing members for the professional world via mentorship, raising social conscientiousness, and instilling values of mutual respect as well as honest communication. We foster this mission through theatre and community service.
    President of Shenanigans
    Priscila Rodriguez
     Advisor for Shenanigans
    Nick Garcia
    Fall Meetings: Wednesdays 3:30-4:30 PM  CC2-257  

    Society for Advancement of Chicanos/Hispanics and Native Americans in Science (S.A.C.N.A.S.)

    Society of scientists dedicated to fostering the success of Chicano/Hispanic and Native American scientists- from college students to professionals- to attain advance degrees, pursue careers and positions of leadership in science.

    President of SACNAS
    Vanesa Reyes
     Advisor for SACNAS
    Nicole Trager
     Fall Meetings: Fridays 2:30-3:30 PM   MESA Center 

    Student Nursing Association (S.N.A.)

    The purpose of SNA is to promote awareness of current public health issues, encourage safety in the community, and additional information that current and prospective nursing students will find useful in current and future education.

    President of SNA
    Dianna Pinto
    Advisor for SNA
    Colin McDowell
    Fall Meetings: Tuesdays   12:30 PM   CC3-336

    Umoja Leadership Collective (U.L.C.)

    The purpose of the ULC is to encourage, develop and strengthen the leadership skills of students - especially students of African descent and Umoja Scholars- and to positively impact the communities of these students.

    President of ULC
    LeeAndra Matthews
     Advisor for ULC
    Jamila Stewart
    Fall Meetings: Tuesdays 3:30-4:30 PM   MA-109  

    United by Dreams

    The purpose of United By Dreams is to bring awareness about undocumented students at Los Medanos College and our community. We also wish to develop leadership and create a safe space for inclusivity.
    President of United by Dreams
    Jonathan Trejo
    Advisor for United by Dreams
    Elizabeth Ramirez
    Fall Meetings: Mondays 2:30-3:30   CC2-236

    Veteran's Club

    The purpose and objective of the LMC Student Veteran's Club is to provide information, resources, and comradery to vete rans and service members of the U.S. military attending LMC.

    President of Veteran's Club
    Patricia Granados
     Advisor for Student Veteran's Club
    Diane Ferguson
    Fall Meetings: Thursdays  3:00 PM   Veteran's Resource Center  

    Visual Voices

    The purpose and objectives of the Visual Voices is to be a support system outside of class for all levels of American Sign Language (ASL)  student body for learning and practice. We wish to make a difference in the deaf community and educate the hearing community.
    President of Visual Voices
    Trudi O'Connell
    Advisor for Visual Voices
    Jennifer Finnigan
    Fall Meetings: Tuesdays  2:30-4:30 PM   Library L-125

    (Sand) Volleyball Club

    The purpose of the Volleyball Club is to be a stepping stone towards LMC eventually fielding an intercollegiate women's sand volleyball team. We would like to create a motivational environment that will help student athletes develop themselves in order to compete with other sand clubs and/or intercollegiate CCCAA sand themes.
    President of the Volleyball Club
    Sophie Clavido
    Advisor for the Volleyball Club
    Lou Panzelle
    Fall Meetings: Mondays & Wednesdays 1:00-3:00 PM   Location- TBD

    Women in STEM (W.I.N.S.)

    Our goal is to encourage and support women who are pursuing or wish to pursue a career in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, or Mathematics.

    President of WINS
    Adriana Varela
    Advisor for WINS
    Melinda Capes
    Fall Meetings: Fridays 11:15-12:15 PM      SC2-222  

    Young Americans for Freedom (Y.A.F.)

    The purpose of the Young Americans for Freedom is to promote educational activities and provide conservative leadership to bring about objectives that assist to understand and promote conservatism on campus and in the surrounding community.

     President of YAF
    Jessica Anderson
     Advisor for YAF
    Kurt Crowder
    Fall Meetings: Wednesdays   3:30-4:30 PM    CC2-257  
  • Inactive Clubs: Club Constitutions available in the Office of Student Life

     

    Against All Odds- Multicultural Club

    Established to be a vehicle for multi-cultural artistic, political, social expression and communication

    American Red Cross Club

    The club saw a need to share the humanitarian spirit that is unique to the Red Cross. It wished to answer the humanitarian needs of the school. Emergency Preparedness Education was offered through the club

    American Welder's Association

    The objective of the American Welder's Association was to provide practical learning through field trips and educational lectures.

    Applied Science Club- Science Research

    The club was formed to inform LMC Students about scientific fields and to provide extra opportunity to apply theoretical knowledge to real world situations.

    Brother to Sister Alliance

    The purpose of B2SA was to offer mentoring and tutorial support to all youth in the community, as well as serve as a positive influence to lead productive lifestyles.

    Business Club of LMC

    The mission of the club is to engage with students who are passionate about business and how it impacts communities.

    California Association of WOKE Students (C.A.W.S.)

    Activist group that focused on public affairs to bring together students of all cultural, social, and political ideologies in order to foster a community that is "woke".

    Chemistry Club

    Bring together students with a common interest of chemistry. Participate in experimental learning and to make chemistry enjoyable outside of the classroom.

    Chicano/Latino Engineering Medical Association (C.L.E.M.A.)

    To help and support Latinos in the Medical and Engineering fields.

    Christian Fellowship

    The purpose of this organization is to provide Christian fellowship on campus, create awareness of the Christian precepts, and integrate a Christian viewpoint into the college and community.

    Club of the Living Dead-Movie Watchers

    The club assembled out of appreciation for zombie, horror, and sci-fi movies and participate in related activities together.

    Club Connect Christian Fellowship

    The purpose of Connect is to develop fellowship with fellow club members in a Christ centered environment.

    Come & Learn Calculus (C.A.L.C.)

    Created to provide additional support to students participating in calculus. In addition, they desired to provide stress relief activities to those students experiencing stress as they go through calculus.

    Dreamcast Fashion Club

    The goal is to encourage LMC to offer fashion classes and to further student's passion for fashion.

    Distinguished Brothers of Purpose

    Distinguished Brothers of Purpose goal was to provide men opportunities to utilize their talents and resources to reach out and serve as positive contributors to the community, high schools, campus, and universities through collaboration, education, and active engagement.

     Emergency Care Association: Public Safety

    Foster and promote the understanding and professionalism of emergency care personnel including first responders, EMT, and mobile intensive care paramedics.

     Empowerment for Success (E.F.S.)

     Promotes entrepreneurship and self management as well as to provide motivation in the form of historical and current events, media, and the arts.

     Engineering Tech (E.T.)

     Created for students who are interested in engineering to put knowledge into practical use.

    Freakin Awesome College Events (F.A.C.E.)

    The purpose of this club was to host enjoyable social events that brought people together. The goal was to keep students motivated to return to school.

    Free Thinkers Club

    Encouraged free thinking, secularism, and rationality in all public affairs. Worked to defend their nation against the Religious Right and those who attach church and state separation, deny civil liberties, or oppose religious freedom of all Americans.

    Freedom Ink

    The purpose of Freedom Ink was to produce an influx of awareness-conscious, passionate, critical, independent thought (by any means necessary). Produced a publication "Freedom Papers".

    Gathering of Disciples (G.O.D.)

    Purpose was to establish a group and to have a place on the LMC campus to worship God through bible studies and to minister to other people.

     HBCU Transfer Club

     The purpose of the HBCU Club is to provide a community to support students who are interested in transferring to Historically Black Colleges or Universities (HBCU).

    Hidden Treasures, Catholic Students of LMC

    The purpose of the club was to provide LMC Students with an opportunity to have a moment during the week to stop and deepen in life, to learn how to pray with the Word of God and discover the hidden "treasure" inside themselves.

    International Society of Automation Club

    Industry organization affiliated with the ETEC program of Los Medanos College.

    Knights, Queens, and Kings Chess Club

    The purpose of this club was to grow the skills through practice while maintaining the integrity and respect for self and for others.

    Latter Day Saint Student Association

    Established by the Antioch Institute of Religion to help students attending college or university to have a balanced secular and spiritual educational experience during their years of formal education.

    Lambda Eta Omega (L.E.O.)

    The purpose in LEO is to give persons in leadership positions with clubs and other student organizations the opportunity to come together for fellowship, friendship, and self-improvement. Designed to support collaboration, share ideas that benefit each other, as well as the LMC campus community.

    LMC Cheer Squad

    Support, strengthen, and raise attendance at athletic competitions and games on behalf of the Athletic Department.

    Love World Campus Fellowship

    Love World Campus Fellowship was made up of a diverse group of students that love God and dedicated their lives to reach other young people in the world.

    Lyricist Lounge

    The purpose of the club was to embrace the Hip Hop culture by expression of artful freestyle rap and by hosting events that coincide with the tenants of Hip Hop.

    Mental Graffiti

    The purpose of the club was to encourage the study of writing and publication through exploration of different types of writing art, opportunity to post their work on the Internet and share their talent.

    Mighty Mustangs Fitness Club

    Purpose is to promote health and fitness by introducing a healthier lifestyle filled with exercise and nutritional knowledge.

    Music Knights

    The purpose of this club is to unite instrumentalists in order to increase awareness and appreciation of classical music.

    Muslim Student Association (M.S.A.)

    The main purpose of the M.S.A. is to expand the knowledge of Islam to every individual a part from the club. An accomplishment would be to teach and have individuals understand Islam and the history of Islam.

    Nature-Sustainability Club

    The vision of the Nature Club will be to benefit the LMC community and local ecosystems, in ways that members see fit. The goal is to create community services projects which attempt to benefit local wildlife, nature preserves, and regional/national parks.

    Newly United Blacks Initiating Achievement Now (N.U.B.I.A.N.)

     The purpose of this organization shall be to unite students of color in initiating achievement now and to create opportunities for students of color to achieve all goals.

    Single Parents Club

     Is a support group for single parents who attend Los Medanos College. 

    Skool House Rox

    An organization developed to provide opportunities for students to create, develop, and participate in performance oriented activities and events in a safe environment.

    Soccer Club

    The purpose of soccer club is to develop strong character and positive relationships through the love for, and the art of the beautiful game.

    Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers (S.H.P.E.)

    The purpose was to increase the number of Hispanic students in the engineering program at LMC.

    Soldiers of Christ

    Established to point out false teachings and misinterpretations of postings around campus, and to establish the truth.

     STEM Enrichment Initiative

     Created for students to have a form to present their independent research in a professional setting similar to orchestrated research internships.

    Student Transfer Achievement Representatives (S.T.A.Rs)

    Designed to create community building activities that provide opportunities for a well rounded education for students ready to transfer.

    Students with a Testimony (S.w.a.T.)

    To provide opportunities for ministry, work, and purpose of Jesus Christ. Purpose was to teach students at LMC the importance of Jesus Christ in their lives.

    The Mighty Pens

    Supports and helps to promote the works of student writers.

    The Ready Writers Anonymous

    The purpose was to develop the talents of Recording Artists, Song Writers, Screen Writers, and Play Writes, Dancers, Actors, Musicians, Photographers, and Producers.

    The Voyagers Travel Club

    To promote careers in the travel industry.

    Tutors Inc.

    Create a connection between the student body and the tutoring program for the purpose of obtaining feedback, raise awareness of the tutoring program, and to host events where the student body not only has a chance to have fun and get prizes, but also to be able to show more of their academics.

     What is it?

     Was a faith driven club for students who seek more than what this world has to offer. It's goal was to create a place where they have the opportunity to learn from peers, find ways to be better every day.

 


Clubs can be contacted in writing to:

Los Medanos College
(insert Club Name)
Office of Student Life
2700 E. Leland Road
Pittsburg CA 94565

Call  Student Life Office (925) 473-7554 for more information.