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Indian Hills Community College Student Clubs and Organizations

Student Clubs and Organizations

Indian Hills Community College

Table of Contents

OTTUMWA CAMPUS

Student Senate

The Academy

Allies for Equality

Aero Club

Art Club

Athletic Training Club

Automotive Collision Technology Club

Automotive Technician Club

Business Professionals Club

CLS (Clinical Lab Sciences) Club

Computer Networking Club

Computer Programming Club (Code Warriors)

Criminal Justice

Culinary Arts Club

Diesel Power Systems Club

Digital Forensics

Drama Club

ECE (Early Childhood Education) Club

EMS (Emergency Medical Services) Club

E-Tech Club

Jazz Band

Horticulture Club

HOSA Club (Future Health Professionals)

Laser Club

Multicultural Club

New Life Christian Fellowship

OTA (Occupational Therapy Assistant) Club

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Phi Theta Kappa

PTA (Physical Therapy Assistant) Club

Renewable Energy Club

Robotics/SkillsUSA Club

Science Club

Scrub Club (Nursing)

Skeleton Crew Club (Radiology)

Smile Squad Club (Dental Assistant)

Therapeutic Massage Club

Warrior Basketball Band

CENTERVILLE CAMPUS

Student Senate

Ag Club

Construction Tech Club

Science Club

Scrub Club

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OTTUMWA CAMPUS

Student Senate The object of Student Senate is to represent study body ideas and concerns through active leadership. Membership is open to all Indian Hills students and those students taking classes through a cooperative program. The Student Senate is charged with planning activities and programs to meet the diverse needs of the student population. As well, the Student Senate oversees the activities of all clubs recognized as active on the Indian Hills campus.

Advisor: Jennifer Sabourin, (641) 683-5240, or Jennifer.Sabourin@indianhills.edu The Academy Arts and Sciences and Criminal Justice students with a cumulative GPA of 3.5 or higher are encouraged to apply for admission to the honor society known as The Academy. Members have opportunities for Honors Courses, special events, and travel, as well as spending time with other highly motivated students. www.indianhills.edu/academy Advisor: Beverly Bethune, (641) 683-5111, x1811, or Beverly.Bethune@indianhills.edu Allies for Equality The purpose of the LGBT Pride is to provide a safe, supportive environment for LGBT students, as well as heterosexual students who are in favor of gay rights. Specific goals of the LGBT Pride include educating the public on related social issues and providing a clear alternative to any and all covert and/or overt bigotry on campus or in the community. Membership is open to all enrolled students who identify themselves as homosexual, bisexual, or transgendered.

Membership is also open to all students who are heterosexual but advocate the rights of the aforementioned minority groups.

Advisor: Heather Davison, (641) 683-5111, x1813, or Heather.Davison@indianhills.edu Aero Club The IHCC Aero Club’s intent is to provide opportunities for its members to explore the aviation world outside of school hours. Our mission is to expand the knowledge of aviation in ourselves and throughout the community by demonstrating safety and discovering new horizons in operation and maintenance.

Advisor: Dan Braun, (641) 683-4255, or Richard.BrauhnII@indianhills.edu © Indian Hills Community College | www.indianhills.edu | (800) 726-2585 | Page 3 of 11 Indian Hills Community College Student Clubs and Organizations Art Club The purpose of the Art club is to provide opportunities for students to experience various area of art. Specific goals of the Art Club are to create more interest in and understanding art and the visual and performing arts, assist students in establishment of occupational and creative goals, strengthen the confidence of students in themselves and their work, and encourage scholarship.

The Art Club is an integral part of the instructional, visual and performing arts programs at Indian Hills.

Advisor: Lisa Fritz, (641) 683-5111, x2210, or Lisa.Fritz@indianhills.edu Athletic Training Club The club exposes students to a wide range of academic and clinical experiences, settings, and professionals representing a broad spectrum of medical health fields. As well, the club provides members with an appreciation for the physical, psychological, and emotional demands of physical and active individuals. They strive to develop the critical thinking, decision-making, and communication skills necessary for success in the field of athletic training. Membership is open to students enrolled in the Athletic Training program. Scholarship funds are available.

Advisor: Brian Bounds, (641) 683-5166, or Brian.Bounds@indianhills.edu Automotive Collision Technology Club The purpose of this club is to be an additional resource for technical and educational services to improve members’ expertise and to be a catalyst between employers and students. Membership is comprised of students enrolled in the Automotive Collision Technology program. Scholarship funds are available.

Advisors: Steve Garrett, (641) 683-4267, or Steve.Garrett@indianhills.edu Nate VanHaaften, (641) 683-4271, or Nate.VanHaaften@indianhills.edu Automotive Technician Club The Automotive Tech Club promotes and engages in all technician educational services within this field of study. Members must be actively enrolled in the Automotive Technology program.





Scholarship funds are available.

Advisor: Andy Summers, (641) 683-5209or Andy.Summers@indianhills.edu Cale Hutchings, (641) 683-5209 or Cale.Hutchings@indianhills.edu Business Professionals Club The purpose of the Office Assistants is to be involved in the community and campus service. The Office Assistant club is to be advocates for the programs of Administrative Assistant and Accounting Assistant. To promote professionalism, retention and personal development among club members. Provide scholarships and encourage the academic success of peers.

Advisor: Diane Darland, (641) 683-1751, or Diane.Darland@indianhills.edu © Indian Hills Community College | www.indianhills.edu | (800) 726-2585 | Page 4 of 11 Indian Hills Community College Student Clubs and Organizations CLS (Clinical Lab Sciences) Club The CLS Club has been established to advocate the profession of laboratory sciences, as well as the IHCC Clinical Laboratory Sciences program, and the college as a whole. Its membership promotes professionalism, provides scholarship, and is involved in community service. The club promotes personal development, as well as encourages the academic success of its peers.

Members must be enrolled in the Clinical Laboratory Sciences program. Scholarship funds are available.

Advisor: Tiffany Anderson, (641) 683-4245 or Tiffany.Anderson@indianhills.edu Computer Networking Club The object of the CNS Club is to represent the membership’s ideas and interests through any extracurricular activities and to give each other support and knowledge from one another within the Computer Systems Networking and Security field. Memberships are open to students enrolled in the Computer Systems Networking and Security program. Scholarship funds are available.

Advisor: Brady McFarland, (641) 683-1747, or Brady.McFarland@indianhills.edu Computer Programming Club (Code Warriors) This club’s purpose is to enhance the computer student’s learning experience through such activities as corporate contact, competitive events and social functions. Membership is open to any student enrolled in one or more courses leading to a Computer Programming degree.

Scholarship funds are available.

Advisor: Kevin Throckmorton, (641) 683-5120, or Kevin.Throckmorton@indianhills.edu Criminal Justice The objective of the Criminal Justice Club is to provide an outlet for the interests of students planning on a career in the field of law enforcement. The club instills a sense of professionalism and unity in its members. Members of the Criminal Justice Club must be enrolled in the Criminal Justice program. Scholarship funds are available.

Advisor: Don Waltenberger, (641) 683-5111, x1842, or Don.Waltenberger@indianhills.edu Culinary Arts Club The purpose of the club is to develop leadership and organizational skills for its membership, promote pride in and awareness of the Culinary Arts as a profession, provide students with the opportunity to gain practical experience in a variety of culinary fields, and to motivate its members by allowing them to pursue areas of group interest in the Culinary Arts field. The club competes within the ACF and helps certify its membership with the ACF. All members must be associated with the Culinary Arts program. Scholarship funds are available.

Advisor: Mark Fisher, (641) 683-5198, or Mark.Fisher@indianhills.edu © Indian Hills Community College | www.indianhills.edu | (800) 726-2585 | Page 5 of 11 Indian Hills Community College Student Clubs and Organizations Diesel Power Systems Club The Diesel Power Systems Club promotes and engages in technical and educational services of diesel power to provide an additional resource for its membership, in addition to recognition and support. Membership is open to students enrolled in the Diesel Power System program.

Scholarship funds are available.

Advisor: Allan Ready, (641) 683-5289, or Allan.Ready@indianhills.edu Digital Forensics The mission of the Digital Forensics Club is to increase awareness of the Digital Forensics field to the public through open fundraisers, extracurricular activities, and events. Members must be full-time students enrolled in the Digital Forensics program. Scholarship funds are available.

Advisors: Brian Thompson, (641) 683-5210, or Brian.Thompson@indianhills.edu Barry Houser, (641) 683-5210, or Barry.Houser@indianhills.edu Disc Golf The Disc Golf Club encourages members to be ambassadors for the sport of disc golf, which includes (a) learning and understanding the rules and etiquette of the sport, per the PDGA; (b) respecting the campus and its 18-hole course by abiding by the posted rules and picking up trash whenever possible; and (c) developing teamwork skills that foster a “community” mindset with regard to the sport. Membership is open to any student carrying a minimum of 6 credit hours.

Scholarship funds are available.

Advisor: Victor Streeby, (641) 683-5111, x1838, or Victor.Streeby@indianhills.edu Drama Club The purpose of the IHCC Drama Club is to provide opportunities for students to experience various fields of drama. Specific goals are to create more interest in and understanding of drama and the visual/performing arts, assist students in the establishment of occupational and creative goals, strengthen the confidence of the students in themselves and their work, and encourage scholarship. Activities include field trips, sponsoring invited speakers, discussing recent dramatic events, and participating in ongoing projects established by members of the Drama Club.

Scholarship funds are available.

Advisors: Jennifer Boyenga, (641) 683-5111, x1812, or Jennifer.Boyenga@indianhills.edu Ronelle Willadsen, (641) 683-5111, x1843, or Ronelle.Willadsen@indianhills.edu ECE (Early Childhood Education) Club The objectives of the ECE Club are to be involved in community and campus service, advocate the profession of ECE, as well as the IHCC ECE program and the college as a whole, promote professionalism, provide scholarship, promote personal development, and encourage the academic success of peers. A member of the ECE Club must be a student enrolled in the ECE program. Scholarship funds are available.

Advisor: Gina Buttikofer, (641) 683-5317, or Gina.Buttikofer@indianhills.edu © Indian Hills Community College | www.indianhills.edu | (800) 726-2585 | Page 6 of 11 Indian Hills Community College Student Clubs and Organizations EMS (Emergency Medical Services) Club The purpose of the EMS Club is to support emergency medical services in the IHCC regional area through development of public safety initiatives, enhancement of EMS resources, and the provision of educational opportunities with a high code of ethical standards among the EMS Club members. Membership is open to all EMS students. Scholarship funds are available.

Advisor: Cindy Hewitt, (641) 683-5122, or Cindy.Hewitt@indianhills.edu Rhonda Lamb, (641) 683-1784, or Rhonda.Lamb@indianhills.edu E-Tech Club The purpose of the E-Tech Club is to be an additional resource for technical and educational services to improve its members’ expertise and to be a catalyst between employers and students.

Its mission is to expand mechanisms to provide information regarding Electronic Engineering Technology and to provide recognition and support for E-Tech Club members. Scholarship funds are available.

Advisor: Tony Kury, (641) 683-5208 or Tony.Kury@indianhills.edu Jazz Band The ensemble allows students to perform an exciting array of unique vocal and instrumental versions of jazz, rhythm, and blues, Latin and popular tunes. Much of the music for the group is arranged specifically for current members. Previous experience in jazz or improvisation is NOT a requirement. The band performs several times a year for various college and community functions. Scholarship funds are available.

Advisor: David Sharp, (641) 683-5111, x1836, or David.Sharp@indianhills.edu Horticulture Club The purpose of the Horticulture Club is to promote opportunities in the Landscape and Turfgrass industry along with providing educational activities engaging the community while staying current with trends in the industry. The club participates in activities and holds fundraisers throughout the year.

Advisor: Neric Smith, (641) 683-5194, or Neric.Smith@indianhills.edu HOSA Club (Future Health Professionals) The purpose of the HOSA organization is to develop leadership and technical HOSA skill competencies through a program of motivation, awareness and recognition, which is an integral part of the Health Science Education instructional program. The mission of HOSA is to enhance the delivery of compassionate, quality health care by providing opportunities for knowledge, skill and leadership development of all health science education students, therefore, helping the student meet the needs of the health care community.



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