Associate of Science in Nursing Club
The goal of the Associate of Science in Nursing (ASN) Club is to promote a positive image of nursing practice; aid in the development of the whole person, his/her professional role, his/her responsibility for health care of people in all walks of life; and assume responsibility for contributing to nursing education in order to provide for the highest quality of health care. The club helps with community activities within the surrounding service areas.
Future Tech Automotive Club
The Future Tech Automotive club is a great way to get involved in automotive activities. The purpose of the Automotive Technology Club is to promote professional competency among students who are training to be automotive technicians; provide opportunities for educational field trips, and to observe and learn about various aspects of the automotive industry. Club members have the opportunity to visit local raceways & car shows. Students also get involved in the community by participating in fundraising events and automotive competitions. It is a student-run organization welcoming all levels of automotive enthusiasts.
Contact Travis Williams for more information.
Having Equity, Resources and Opportunities Equals Success (HEROES)
The purpose of HEROES is to provide students with the moral support needed to reach their educational goals. Students are provided opportunities to develop both personally and professionally through participation in education, civic and social activities. Membership is open to any STC student, but the main focus is students in a non-traditional program (example: males in nursing or cosmetology; females in truck driving or electronics), a single parent, displaced homemaker or single pregnant women.
Contact Cindy Phillips for more information.
The purpose of the club is to enhance the learning experience by promoting professional extracurricular activities and opportunities for cosmology students that include participation in campus student activities and fieldtrips to conferences, workshops, and hair shows. Helping Hands encourages its members to become the “helping hand” by making a difference in the lives of members of the community on and off campus from raising money and awareness to support breast cancer research and education to sponsoring Beauty Days for the elderly and disabled.
Contact Althea Telfair for more information.
National Technical Honor Society (NTHS)
NTHS is the acknowledged leader in the recognition of outstanding student achievement in career & technical education. The mission of the National Technical Honor Society is to honor student achievement and leadership, encourage higher scholastic achievement, cultivate a desire for personal excellence, and enhance career opportunities for top students.
A chapter of the National Technical Honor Society was established at Southeastern Tech to reward student achievement and encourage scholastic excellence. To qualify for membership the student must be regularly admitted to a diploma or degree program, have completed at least 35 cumulative hours, have an overall GPA of at least 3.50, and exhibit professional work ethics.
Contact Kerry Dunn for more information.
Phi Beta Lambda (PBL)
Membership is open to all students interested in pursuing a business or business-related career. PBL membership accounts for approximately 13,000 members with 600 chapters in the United States, Puerto Rico, and the Virgin Islands.
PBL members initiate business ventures, organize community service projects, attend state and national leadership conferences, and participate in fundraisers. Members gain a competitive edge in the business world by interacting with local companies and their executives.
PBL uses teamwork to accomplish common personal and social goals. The purpose of PBL is to provide opportunities for students to develop vocational competencies for business and office occupations. PBL promotes a sense of civic and personal responsibility.
Contact Stephanie Moye for more information.
Radiologic Technology Club
The goal of the Radiologic Technology Club is to promote the practice of Radiologic Technology as a career, develop leadership skills for future leaders within the profession, and to enhance the quality of services provided by the radiologic technologist. This is achieved by encouraging students to participate and be involved in activities on campus and within the community, state, and profession. The club also helps provide funding for educational conferences and seminars and organizes educational activities on technological advances in imaging. Membership is open to all students who have been officially accepted to STC’s Radiologic Technology diploma program.
Contact Kerry Dunn for more information.
SkillsUSA is a partnership of students, teachers, and industry working together to ensure America has a skilled work force. SkillsUSA helps each student excel. SkillsUSA’s mission is to help its members become world-class workers, leaders, and responsible American citizens.
Students are provided quality education experiences in leadership, teamwork, citizenship, and character development. SkillsUSA programs include local, state, and national competitions in which more than 5,400 students compete in 91 occupational and leadership skill areas.
Student Goverment Association
The Student Government Association, with representation from throughout the student body, provides a channel through which students may exhibit leadership, voice concerns, and enhance communication among students, faculty, and staff. The Student Government Association also promotes programs and activities of interest to students.
Contact Helen Thomas for more information.
The Wildlife Club was formed to promote wildlife practices and ethics. The mission of the club is to enhance the members' wildlife knowledge and ethical backgrounds. The club will promote the desirable character traits of responsibility, loyalty, honesty, trustworthiness, dependability, reliability, initiative, and self-discipline, all of which will be needed when making the transition from school to a career in wildlife management. The club members will work with local communities and schools on and wildlife-related projects.
Contact Jill Lehman for more information.