The Computer & Technology Exploration Club (CTEC) is open to all students regardless of location or major. The purpose of this club is to serve as a center for students interested in technology advancement, in learning more about how that technology works, and how they can advance their skills. The club is both an educational and social group. Contact Valerie Karnes at 760-384-6261 or firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Need an excuse to take a weekly break from day-to-day life? Cerro Coso has the club for you. Welcome to Game On club, where we meet to escape the day-to-day of college life and enjoy good laughs and games together. Games range from board games and video games to outdoor games. Join us for our weekly gatherings! Welcome to Game On! Contact Michael Bonner email@example.com at 760-384-6181 for more info.
Cerro Coso has a new student club – The Garden Club! Our mission is to serve as an educational and social outlet for members to learn horticultural techniques, share information, make friends, have fun, all while helping to promote sustainability, biodiversity, and overall environmental quality. Gardening, composting, pollinator identification, and construction activities on campus are just some of the few skills and techniques we will share. We have planned a number of activities, including construction of planter boxes and setting up a garden site, rehabilitating the college’s pistachio trees, and restoring the Blue Star Memorial Cacti Garden. Long-term goals of the club are to promote food quality and security for students, and as such the club will be working closely with CCCC Hunger Free Program (Katie Bachman) and Cerro Coso’s Beta Kappa Chi Chapter of the Phi Theta Kappa honors society (Profs. Christine Swiridoff & Sarah King).
The club officers are Hector Renderos (President) and Naomi O’Connor (Secretary), with Profs. Claudia Sellers and Guck Ooi as advisors. The club meets every first Friday of the month at 5:00 pm (virtually for now, via Zoom) and all students are encouraged to join. To participate, we invite you to email firstname.lastname@example.org and connect with us in Pronto using group code EUQ9CJ.
This club is an educational and social group, which stresses multicultural traditions and cultures. Its mission is to promote understanding, recognition, and appreciation of cultural differences, and to reach out to all students through cultural activities and meetings. Meets one Thursday a month from 12:30 to 1:30pm in the East Wing. For more info contact advisor Lucila Gonzalez-Cirre at 760-384-6121 email@example.com
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We celebrate and learn about diverse Latino cultures and become an on campus family support system for all club members. Students do not have to be Hispanic or Latino to join this club, simply have an interest in raising their cultural awareness. Join us in Pronto using group code PDVHTY Contact advisor Ana Mora at 760-384-6250 / firstname.lastname@example.org or René Mora at 760-384-6250 / email@example.com for more information.
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Join a club that is all about raising awareness, taking action, and building relationships while closing equity gaps together. The goal of the Rainbow Club is to allow persons of any sexual orientation, gender identity, and/or expression and allies of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer/Questioning (LGBTQ+) persons to obtain support from their peers, staff, faculty, and community. We aim to unite members and to collaborate with other clubs to establish and maintain a positive and non-judgmental community where all members can fully express their individuality. We aim to increase awareness, decrease intolerance, and create a welcoming and accepting environment for all. Connect with us in Pronto using link below. For more info contact Michael Bonner 760-384-6181 / 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 Rachel Barksdale email@example.com for more info.
This club is an official chapter of the Student Veterans of America national organization. The purpose is to serve as a center for students to advocate for veteran, active duty, and dependent needs; as well as establishing a supportive community. The club is both an educational and social group, which will stress higher education and professional or vocational goals after graduation. Membership is open to all students of Cerro Coso Community College. Contact Jarrod Bowen firstname.lastname@example.org, Alfonso Guzman email@example.com, or Jessica Kawelmacher firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
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