CAMO (Civilian & Military Organization)
You are an important part of our community!
HCC's CAMO (Civilian & Military Organization) club is a brand new club that was born from the Military Club. Over the years, students thought that in order to be part of the Military Club, you had to be in the military, but that was not the case. While CAMO still has its roots with veterans, it is time for the club to look to the future, take on a change, enlist new members, and embody a different way of thinking.
The CAMO club will hold the original values that the Military Club had at its core, while growing with the changing dynamics of the student body here at HCC.The Military Club hit a milestone in 2019 and elected its first civilian as president to lead the club. It marked a time to grow and change the name of the club to attract more civilian students to make it more inclusive of the students here at HCC.Here at CAMO we welcome everyone on campus to join us, whether you are military or civilian. The goal of CAMO is to bridge the gap between military and civilian personnel, two very different worlds with the same goals of being better people and knowing how to work together to get the job done.
The club meets 12:30 – 1:30 p.m. Thursdays in DON 138.
Advisor: Rebecca Targove
There is a proud history of military service at HCC. We have been enlisted to:
- Promote college spirit
- Assist with the dissemination of valuable information to veterans
- Organize projects and events pertaining to veterans' needs