10am classes will be cancelled on Tuesday, January 19th to allow students time to meet with clubs. Please refer to this list below to see which club meeting you’d like to attend.
· Phi Beta Lambda: Room 130
· This collegiate continuation of the Future Business Leaders of America provides students with better insight into the business community through seminars, field trips, and guest speakers.
· Sigma Beta Delta: Room 132
· Sigma Beta Delta was established to honor students who have attained superior records in schools and colleges with regional accreditation. Sigma Beta Delta, the International Honor Society in Business, Management, and Administration, installed its first chapter in March 1994 at Belmont University. Sigma Beta Delta members are chosen from baccalaureate and graduate students in business, management, and administration. Sigma Beta Delta members wear honor cords in the colors of gold and green. Membership into Sigma Beta Delta is by invitation only and certain academic standards must be met before initiation.
· Students who are interested in joining SBD but have not accepted membership yet are invited to attend as well.
· Culinary Club: Lab 1
· This club is available to provide practice and support to current NCHS students. We help with on and off campus events hosted by the culinary department, and take trips to local restaurants and other places of interest to gain more experience and knowledge about the culinary world.
· Computer Club: Room 152
· The Computer Club provides students with professional exposure to the field of information systems. Through the use of guest speakers and field trips, members of the computer club learn what it is like to work in the career of their choice. The computer club prides itself on the ability of its members to network to gain more computer experience outside of the classroom setting.
· Medical Assisting Club: Room 232
· The purpose of the Medical Assisting Club is to educate the community on the profession of medical assisting. Students are encouraged to become involved on the state and national level by attending meetings and conferences sponsored by the Kentucky Society of Medical Assistants and the American Association of Medical Assistants. These activities allow for professional growth and the opportunity to network with working certified medical assistants.
· Early Childhood Education Club: Room 148
· The ECE Club members take an active part in participating in local and community activities. Even after they graduate, childcare professionals continue their affiliation with the friends they made by attending childcare support groups. This club is open to all nanny and early childhood education students.
· Accounting Club: Room 136
· Through field trips, special programs, and social activities, this organization gives students exposure to the accounting profession. Additionally, networking opportunities are encouraged through participation in the Accounting Club.
· Paralegal Society: Room 219
· This student-driven association provides paralegal students with the opportunity to develop leadership and organizational skills through activities such as law-related field trips, community-oriented projects, and fund raisers.
· Tomorrow’s Administrative Professionals: Room 150
· Members in TAP have the opportunity to learn new technology and business skills while having fun at the same time. TAP is also active in community service project that offer its members an opportunity to get involved in the community as well as apply some of the skills they have learned in the classroom. The club is open to all office technology majors.
· Phi Theta Kappa: Room 131
· The purpose of Phi Theta Kappa shall be to recognize and encourage scholarship among associate degree students. To achieve this purpose, Phi Theta Kappa shall provide opportunity for the development of leadership and service, for an intellectual climate for exchange of ideas and ideals, for lively fellowship for scholars, and for stimulation of interest in continuing academic excellence. Phi Theta Kappa's mission is two-fold: 1) recognize and encourage the academic achievement of two-year college students and (2) provide opportunities for individual growth and development through participation in honors, leadership, service and fellowship programming. Phi Theta Kappa members wear honor cords in the colors of gold and blue. Membership into Phi Theta Kappa is by invitation only and certain academic standards must be met before initiation.
· Students who are interested in joining PTK but have not accepted membership yet are invited to attend as well.
· Perdon (Christian Student Fellowship): Room 133
· The name Perdon means “forgiveness” in Spanish. The purpose of the organization is to encourage students who want to continue their spiritual development while preparing for their careers.
· Veteran’s Association: Room 128
· This organization exists for support and networking opportunities for Veterans on the Sullivan University – Lexington campus. We organize community service events and plan social gatherings for Veterans and men and women who are currently serving in the military.
· Creative Arts Club: Room 152, starting at 10:30am
· Allows students of all majors to explore different creative outlets such as photography, poetry, and painting.