Student Life

Elizabeth Golen

Coordinator of Student Activities

Student Engagement

Campus Center 227B

413.552.2418 (Tel)

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HCC has more than 40 student-run clubs and organizations. Find the one that's the right fit for you!

Clubs


Academic Clubs

An opportunity to learn more about a field of interest and study, academic clubs are usually partnerships with the academic area and include an advisor who is a faculty member.


The American Sign Language Club seeks to educate the hearing community of HCC about the Deaf and Deaf Culture, provide greater awareness about Deaf issues on campus, promote American Sign Language as the language of the Deaf, and provide a place for the two communities to interact and socialize.

We host a number of events during the academic year such as Signing Pizza gatherings, Paint & Sign, Coffee Meetups, and Deaf Awareness Month activities.

Advisor: JoAnne Rome
Location: DON 170
Phone: 413.552.2183
Email: jrome@hcc.edu

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2019 Club Advisor of the Year (Deborah Geoffrey)

The mission of the Criminal Justice Association (CJA) is to create an opportunity for students to learn about the criminal justice system, its professions, and those impacted by it. The CJA aims to provide awareness of current issues in criminal justice, and to help prepare students by connecting with local agencies to stimulate interest and participation in community events as well as career opportunities.

Advisor: Alex Sanchez
Location: FR176
Phone: 413.552.2841
Email: asanchez@hcc.edu

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2016 Club of the Year

Our purpose is to provide our members with guidance and advice in turning their business concepts into reality, providing opportunities for members to identify professors who may provide advice, and addressing specific concerns related to starting a business. This club aims to provide opportunities for members to learn about the wide variety of resources available to them, as well as opportunities to network with the Valley's entrepreneurs, and to facilitate participation by members in the Harold Grinspoon Foundation Entrepreneurship Initiative.

Advisor: Ellen Majka
Location: KC 419
Phone: 413.552.2350
Email: emajka@hcc.edu

The E-Sci Club seeks to improve Holyoke Community College relations within the student and faculty body through community service, and to bond more within the surrounding Environmental Science fields throughout the Pioneer Valley communities as an overall whole through work-related outings and fun adventurous trips.

Advisor: Kathleen Maiolatesi
Location: MRB 235
Phone: 413.552.2462
Email: kmaiolatesi@hcc.edu

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2016 Club of the Year

The Health Careers Club is an organization that promotes and explores different careers in healthcare fields. The club strives to promote education and awareness of healthcare issues to the greater HCC community through events like blood drives, CPR training, and other social activities.

Advisor: Elizabeth Hayward
Location: MRB 215
Phone: 413.552.2108
Email: ehayward@hcc.edu

The Psychology Club's purpose is to help club members develop leadership and communication skills while expanding their knowledge and understanding of psychology topics and career opportunities. Club members will participate in topic discussion and analysis, organizing events, and doing community service.

Advisor: Jason Maurice
Location: FPA 316
Email: jmaurice@hcc.edu
Phone: 413.552.2575

The STEM Club's goal is to attract HCC students with an interest in the fields of science and mathematics. The club aims to create an ideal environment for students to come together and mentor each other through working on a variety of projects to gain experience in the field of engineering.

Advisor: Juan Burwell
Email: jburwell@hcc.edu

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2016 Club of the Year

The Veterinary Technician Club is an organization that promotes the standards of quality veterinary care for all animals, and supports the education of the vet tech students at HCC. The club strives to promote veterinary services and education to the greater HCC community, as well as provide social activities to the vet tech students and their families.

Advisor: Jennifer York
Location: MRB 243
Phone: 413.552.2459
Email: jyork@hcc.edu

Elizabeth Golen

Coordinator of Student Activities

Student Engagement

Campus Center 227B

413.552.2418 (Tel)

get involved

HCC has more than 40 student-run clubs and organizations. Find the one that's the right fit for you!

Clubs