Alpha Eta Rho
This is the Aviation Club.
Biological Science Club
The purpose of the Biological Science Club is to raise awareness and promote education in the biological sciences field. Also to promote effective communication between and among students and faculty of the Division and College. This club will provide professional enrichment experiences for its members.
Criminal Justice Club
The Criminal Justice Club heightens awareness of students interested in careers in Law, Law Enforcement, Corrections and related fields. In addition the club provides an informal support group and enhances course work studies. Events include exhibitions, demonstrations and speakers.
Economics & Finance Club
The members of the Economics and Finance Club will consist of all students enrolled or interested in economic, finance, and business classes. The club will provide professional enrichment experiences for its members.
Financial Accounting and Investments
The purpose of the Financial Accounting and Investments Club will be the familiarization with the "generally accepted accounting principles," analyzation of financial documents, problem solving, and discussion of current events including investing ideas and trends.
Food Science Club
The Food Science Club was developed to help keep students interested in Food Science and Nutrition, aware of recent development in the Food Sciences and to help them in their career search or continuance of their education. Students enrolled in the "Food Science and Safety" or "Nutritional Science and Diet Technology" programs at NSCC are eligible to be members. The club also welcomes anyone who may have an interest in a safe and nutritious food supply.
A club dedicated to the support of the study of aging and the proposition that life at any age can be fulfilling and worthwhile. Sponsors lectures, social events, and activities relating to the theme of successful aging. Meetings are held monthly at the Lynn Campus. Membership is open to all students of all ages.
La Pomme y Naranjias (french/ spanish club)
This club helps students further their education on learning a second language by creating dialectic between the vast cultures of students who attend North Shore Community College. All are welcome to join and there is no requirement of knowledge of a second language.
Advisor(s): Linda Goodale, (978) 762-4000 x6665 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Advisor(s): Heather Nelson, (978) 762-4000 x4437, email@example.com
Phi Theta Kappa (PTK)
PTK is a national honor society for students at two-year colleges who exhibit an outstanding academic performance throughout each semester. Membership is by invitation to NSCC students in a degree program with a minimum of 12 credits and a college grade point average of 3.7. Eligible students pay an initial lifetime membership fee. This one time fee may vary from year to year. NSCC is affiliated with the nationwide organization through its own chapter, Alpha Lambda Kappa.
The Physical Therapy Club is open to all students enrolled in both classes of Physical Therapist Assistant Program. The club will promote effective communication between and among students and faculty and recognize individual achievements of its members. They will also identify and participate in a health professions community service project.
Advisor(s): Donna Lampman, (978) 762-4000 x4206 or firstname.lastname@example.org
The Pre-Med Club provides an opportunity for students interested in pursuing careers in the field of health science, including but not limited to Medicine, Optometry, Dentistry, Chiropractics, Naturopathy, Podiatry, Veterinary Medicine, and Biomedical Research. Club membership gives you an opportunity to receive information about the fields, including required course work, the application process, and licensing. The club also provides you with an opportunity to attend conferences on your chosen field and share ideas and information with fellow students.
Membership is limited to Occupational Therapy Assistant (SOTA) students. Purpose of the SOTA Club is to increase social and professional contacts in the field. Fundraisers help sponsor field trips to professional conferences and lectures. Meetings are held on a monthly basis.
Student Art Club
Advisor(s): James Chisholm, (978) 762-4000 x5548 or email@example.com.
Student Civic Engagement-Anti-Violence Club
The Student Civic Engagement-Anti-Violence Club addresses the plaguing issues of violence in our communities. Students network to provide forums for community organizations and those in leadership roles to come together to put a face, voice, and an end to violence. Let Peace begin with me.