Student Organizations You are here: 全民彩票苹果软件 Students Student Involvement Student Organizations Getting involved with other students in working toward a common goal builds your interpersonal skills, sharpens your performance in the classroom and prepares you for success in your career. For more information, contact Andrea Eidman, Coordinator of Student Involvement, at . Ag Ambassadors The Ag Ambassadors is open to all students with an interest in agricultural areas. The purpose of the organization is to provide a means for agriculture students with common goals and interests to get together for school, community and social activities. The Ag Ambassadors elects officers and sponsors student awards. For more information, contact Taylor Frank at tfrank@. Campus Crusade for Christ The purpose of this non-denominational organization is to foster a knowledge of Jesus Christ and Biblical Christianity among the students of Butler. The program is planned to provide a time of fellowship, a time of sharing and a clear personal understanding of the spirit-filled life. For more information, contact Ashley Busenitz at ashleybusenitz@. Collegiate DECA/Marketing Collegiate DECA is the largest and most progressive student organization for college students majoring in marketing and management. Participation in DECA will develop leadership skills, marketing, merchandising and management competencies through competition against the best marketing and management students in the nation. For more information, contact Jared McGinley at jmcginley@. Delta Psi Omega/Theatre The purpose of Delta Psi Omega is to stimulate interest in the college's dramatic activities and promote theatre in the community. In addition to contributing to the cultural climate of the college and community the organization serves as a social outlet for its members. For more information, contact Bob Peterson at bpeterson@. Gay-Straight Alliance Although the Gay-Straight Alliance focuses on issues affecting people with a same-sex or multiple-sex orientation, it comprises members of all sexual orientations. The Gay-Straight Alliance is also an assumption-free zone. Just because you belong does not mean you are or will be thought of as homosexual or bisexual, or even bi-curious. Issues close to the heart of the Gay-Straight Alliance include acceptance of people of all sexual orientations, acceptance of transgender persons, fighting against AIDS, and remembering those who tragically committed suicide. It is not, however, all serious. The Gay-Straight Alliance also has parties and fun activities. If you are sympathetic to these causes, try the Gay-Straight Alliance! For more information, contact Phil Speary at pspeary@. Grizzly Ambassadors The Grizzly Ambassadors serve as the college's official student leaders in service-learning and civic engagement. Their goal is to support all Butler students and student organizations in giving back to the community. The Grizzly Ambassadors are supported by and responsible to the Service-Learning Office. Grizzly Ambassadors receive opportunities to enhance their education through servant-leadership while representing the college on campus, in the community, and around the state and nation. For more information, contact Andrea Eidman at aweiss2@. Hispanic American Leadership Organization The Hispanic American Leadership Organization fosters an understanding and appreciation for the traditions and customs of Latinos; strengthen the recognition of Latino students on and off campus; from a united fellowship for addressing issues and concerns affecting Latino people on campus and in the community; assist students in their educational pursuits at Butler and to provide and develop leadership and professional opportunities for its members. For more information, contact Monica Zavala at mzavala@. International Student Association The International Student Association (ISA) is open to international students, resident aliens, as well as all students interested in promoting cross-cultural understanding. Members are often invited to visit with elementary classes and community groups. The ISA participates in the campus-wide Spring Fling, sharing their various cultures with students and community members through music and dance, traditional clothing, flags and exhibits. All monthly social activities are planned by members. For more information, contact Randy Bush at : rbush@. IT Club This organization provides members the opportunity to network with fellow students, opportunities to listen to speakers from the industry, tour company headquarters, learn about emerging technology, and more. For more information, contact Jon Simpson at jsimpson2@. PC Club The PC Club provides students with hands on experience working with PC’s. The goal is to service computers to have available for students that can’t afford one. For more information, contact Brett Eisenman at beisenman@ Phi Beta Lambda Phi Beta Lambda, a non-profit association for students preparing for careers in business or business-related fields, is an organization that can profit anyone wanting to gain employment, learn to work with others, compete on a state and national level, and network with peers and business leaders. For more information, contact Janice Akao at jakao@. Philosophy Club The Philosophy Club meets monthly to engage in discussions regarding various political, ethical, and philosophical principles within our culture and society. For more information, contact Terry Sader at tsader@. Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society Phi Theta Kappa is an honor society serving American institutions which offer associate degree programs. Its purpose is to recognize and encourage scholarship among associate degree students by providing an opportunity for the development of leadership and service, for an intellectual climate to exchange ideas and ideals, for lively fellowship for scholars, and for stimulation of interest in continuing academic excellence. For more information, contact Chrissy Baker at cbaker20@. Student Government Association The Student Government Association (SGA) serves as the official voice of the student body and functions as a channel of communication with the faculty, staff and administration of the college. Their mission is to represent the interests of students by: increasing student decision-making power; improving campus life through creative and exciting campus activities and programs and assisting students and student organizations through fund and support of their events. For more information, contact stugov@. Student Nursing Association The purpose of the Student Nursing Association is to promote the profession of Nursing, and to contribute to Nursing education in order to provide the highest quality health care. The Student Nursing Association helps to provide programs representative of fundamental and current professional interest and concerns, and aid in the development of the whole person, his/her professional role and the responsibility for the health care of people in all walks of life. For more information, contact Sabrina Olson at soloson5@. Agnostic, Atheist, & Anti-Theist Association Butler Community College students may have doubts about supernatural belief systems, i.e. Monotheism or Polytheism; this club seeks to support those students by providing truthful and meaningful information about the natural world, secular values and rational thoughts. For more information, contact Richard Jones at rjones16@. Black Student Organization (BSA) Dedicated to the principles of self-determination, self-awareness, and unity, the Black Student Association will strive to unite and educate students of multicultural descent about their cultural heritage. By promoting community service and stressing academic excellence, the BSA will develop students into active leaders not only at Butler, but in the surrounding areas and local communities. Butler Radio Butler Radio (KBTL 88.1 FM) is the El Dorado campus' student-operated radio station. You will get valuable hands-on experience producing entertainment, news, sports, and information programming (including talk shows, music shows, and play-by-play/color announcing of Butler football and basketball). Butler Radio broadcasts at 400 watts, covering the entire Butler County area, 365 days a year. For more information, please contact Dr. Keith West at kwest6@. Butler Veterans Across Campus If you have serve, or are still serving, in any of the Armed Forces branches and are currently a Butler student, come join us! We also welcome student dependents of those have served. For more information, contact Kris Estes at kestes@. Catholic Grizzlies The Catholic Grizzlies Study and Fellowship Group of Butler Community College, acknowledge that we have in common our belief in one God, one faith and baptism. We accept the mission of our Lord Jesus Christ to carry on His work of salvation. Our desire is to support each other as we grow in our faith expression. For more information, contact Marsha or Dennis Todd at email@example.com. Collegiate national Association for Music Educators (C-NAfME) The goal is to provide members with the opportunity to become acquainted with leaders in the music education profession as gained from participation in programs and demonstrations. For more information, contact Brett Martinez at bmartinez11@. Culinary & Hospitality Opportunity for Making Professionals (C.H.O.M.P) The purpose of CHOMP is to enhance educational opportunities for students in Culinary and Hospitality to participate in and gain real world experience. For more information, contact Chef John Michael at jmichael4@. Sociology and Psychology Club (SoPsyched) SoPsyched has three branches: Planning, Activities, and Research. In the Planning branch members meet once a month to plan monthly events. The Activities branch consists of once-a-month events aimed at piquing interest in Psychology and Sociology among students regardless of previous exposure to these fields of study. The Research branch meets weekly to learn about research including how to plan their own research, enter the data, run the analysis, and write the results suitable for publication or presentation at a regional conference. For more information, contact Dr. Nathan Swink at nswink@.