The SGCC Handbook, provided primarily to Advisors and Officers, is helpful to students interested in starting a club, or those interested in the various processes related to club activities.
The local chapter of the American Chemical Society Mojave Students. Contact John Stenger-Smith at (760) 384-6309 / email@example.com.
Join a club that is all about raising awareness for LGBT issues, becoming politically active, and meeting new people. All Cerro Coso students are welcome. Bring your friends!
Mission: Promote understanding, recognition, and appreciation of cultural differences; reach out to all students through cultural activities and meetings; and support international students in achieving educational advancement. Meet every other Thursday from 12:30 to 1:30pm in East Wing Classroom 202. For more info contact Lucila Gonzalez-Cirre at (760) 384-6121 / firstname.lastname@example.org.
Contact Kim Kelley at (760) 384-6383 or email@example.com for more information.
The purpose of Latino Unidos (LU) of Cerro Coso is to spread knowledge about Latino cultures, be a representative of such cultures, and provide an on campus family support system for all its members. In addition, LU aims to engage in outreach activities to let underrepresented populations in the community see that education is a viable option and to offer an opportunity for Latino students to develop leadership skills through participation on campus and community wide activities. Contact advisor René Mora at (760) 384-6250 / firstname.lastname@example.org or Ana Mora at (760) 384-6250 / email@example.com for more information.
The purpose of Beta Kappa Chi Chapter of Phi Theta Kappa at Cerro Coso Community College shall be the promotion of scholarship, the development of leadership and service, and the cultivation of fellowship among qualified students of this college. Contact: Christine Swiridoff, (760) 384-6312 / firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Student Services United club provides students with the opportunity to develop a networking system that is cohesive with the challenges they encounter on a day-to-day basis. It provides an opportunity for special services students to develop leadership skills through the presentation of various campus and community activities and cooperation with other organizations. The underlying theme for the club’s activities is to educate the college and community about ethnic-cultural diversity and about the needs and contribution of disabled and economically challenged people. Meetings are held on the second and fourth Tuesday of each month from 12:30 -1:30 pm. Contact advisor Penny Talley email@example.com at (760) 384-6250 for more info.
The purpose of The Kern Valley SGCC Student Club is to promote the academic and social welfare of Cerro Coso students attending the Kern River Valley Campus. Call or email in advance to confirm. For more info contact Vikki Del Pellegrino at (760) 379-5501 / firstname.lastname@example.org@cerrocoso.edu.
The purpose of this club is to serve as a center for students interested in Human Services activities on campus. The club is both an educational and social group, which will stress Cerro Coso College traditions and a diverse culture Contact Debra Rundell email@example.com at (760) 384-6284 for more info.