Cabrillo College Inter-Club Council Spring 2018 Chartered Clubs
A safe space intended for fostering a safe environment to voice our lived experiences with oppression and learn how to be supportive and accountable to one another. Some of our goals include student outreach to resources and education, supporting the Inside Out Writing Project, conducting a microaggressions survey and exposing the nature of harmful interactions on campus, working with the school in implementing gender neutral bathrooms and other policies that make education safe and accessible to all students.
Wednesdays 5:30pm-7:30pm Room 506
Alpha Gamma Sigma Honors Society
Guide prospecting students through the journey of education and leadership to include volunteer work and interactive learning among the campus and the community.
Wednesdays 5-6pm Room 913
Bhakti Yoga Club
To distribute prasadam (free vegetarian meals), Vaisnava literature (spiritual books from Indian saints), and Harinam sankirttan, (chanting the divine names of the Lord Sri Krishna).
Wednesdays 11:30am-2pm Lawn in front of Aptos Library
Black Student Union
The Black Student Union will serve as a network for the African Diaspora, or "Black" students on the Cabrillo College campus, to enhance self-identity while respecting the diversity we have within the group and in the greater Cabrillo community. We strive to educate the Cabrillo community through culture and outreach programs in hopes to transcend our legacy for the future generations to come.
Thursdays 1-2pm Room 105
Cabrillo Cheer Team
To promote school spirit at various events.
Wednesdays 5pm Football field
Dig It Club
The purpose of Dig It Club is to expand our understanding and experience working within the fields of anthropology.
Wednesdays 2:30pm Room 432
Cabrillo Digital Media Design Club
The purpose of Cabrillo Digital Media Club is to gain real world experience in the field of digital media. The objective is for the exchange of new ideas, and the continued support of all different avenues of successful and creative design through our diverse student body.
Wednesdays 1pm CTC 1403
Engineering work experience; engineering as a helping profession; industry skills; cultural skills; fundraising for Guatemala experience; meeting local engineers
Fridays 8-9:30am Room 810
Cabrillo Engineering Society
We encourage professional development among Cabrillo Engineering Students. Students will have opportunities to tour local engineering companies, visit universities, host speakers, and attend conferences.
Tuesday 5-6 pm STEM Center Breakout Room 833
Cabrillo Fab Lab Club
To facilitate opportunities for students to learn from experienced makers in the field, to provide a student-led structure for visiting makers and leaders in the digital fabrication field, to present lectures, demonstrations and workshops, to familiarize Cabrillo students and the broader community with digital fabrication.
Mondays 4:30-5:30pm VAPA 1302
The campus’ centrum for filmmakers and movie appreciators. We organize on-campus and local film screenings. We also produce motion media for recreation and interested clientele, with the intent of broadening our understanding of the film and motion media industry.
Mondays 4pm Room 801
Our mission is to create a pathway for formerly incarcerated and system-impacted individuals into higher education. We aim to transform the school-to-prison pipeline into a prison-to-school pipeline using higher education as an alternative to incarceration, and to address the stigmas associated with formerly incarcerated people.
Tuesdays 3:40pm Room 506
GAMES club encourages students to join an enthusiastic community of fellow game lovers and newcomers alike, through multi platform gaming, with an e-board member always in the cafeteria to check out any game in our repertoire.
1st Monday/month 1:30pm Cafeteria/Library
Holding the Future
Gain hands on experience through building prosthetics for members of the community. Holding the Future aims to bring together students from various educational interests and backgrounds in order to collaborate ideas and learn new skills.
Mondays 11:30am-12:30pm Room 810
Honors Transfer Club
The Honors Transfer Club strives to build a stronger sense of community among Cabrillo students by supporting and encouraging one another through peer to peer tutoring, and organizing engaging events on campus.
To encourage young women to take their fair share of political power.
Tuesdays 4-5pm Room 423
Il Dolce Suono
A student-run ensemble of music majors that strive to bring choral excellence to the Santa Cruz Community and its surrounding counties. Each member is admitted to the club based on previous choral singing experience, musicianship, and their love for the choral art. Il Dolce Suono performs with the Cabrillo Youth Chorus on a regular basis and they hold their own Spring concert every Spring semester.
Fridays 5pm-7pm Room 5148
Cultural and artistic appreciation of Japanese animation.
To support students who wish to take their studies beyond the curriculum and demonstrate a love and passion for mathematics.
Tuesdays 6-7p Room 608
A club comprised of people that are passionate about music and the technology that enables musicians to realize their artistic vision. If you’re tech savvy and have an interest in music, you’ll find like-minded people in MTRAK. MTRAK provides live sound reinforcement and recording services for campus events and hosts a guest lecture series every semester featuring veterans of the music industry.
Wednesdays 2pm VAPA 5136
Mudheads Ceramic Arts Club
Provides opportunities to enhance student learning and experiences in ceramics. They sponsor guest artists, workshops and activities for students and community participation. The Mud Heads Club also helps sponsor scholarships for ceramics students.
Mondays 4:50-5:30pm VAPA 3013
Cabrillo Natural History Club
"explorandum, educandi, experientia" (explore, educate, experience). Our purpose is to provide students with opportunities to adventure outside and learn natural history and science in an outdoor setting. The club hosts camping and field trips to a variety of locations and on campus symposiums. Our symposium speakers are local experts or faculty members who come from a variety of backgrounds.
Mondays 4-5pm; Fridays 12-1pm Room 831B
Performing Arts Collective
We seek to showcase the talents of musicians, dancers, actors, and artists of any other form, back stage or in the lime-light. We seek to develop the skills of performers by hosting workshops, encouraging an atmosphere of positive critique, and informing our members of performance opportunities within the larger community.
Wednesdays 4pm VAPA 4111
To gather and support like-minded individuals outside of the classroom setting on the path to becoming healthcare professionals.
To share and spread an interest in psychology with our fellow peers.
1st/3rd Mondays 4-5:30pm Room 403
Rainbow Feminist Club
Using an intersectional approach, we aim to promote equity, growth, and understanding among the Cabrillo community and beyond through an activist role and to provide a safe and supportive space for all.
Tuesdays 4:20pm Room 509
Cabrillo Robotics Club
Our mission is to introduce robotics, and associated skills to Cabrillo College students, through hands on workshops. Robotics consists of design, fabrication, electronics, and programming.
Fridays 1pm Room 829
Seahawk Metal Arts Club
Facilitates opportunities for students to learn from experienced artists in the field, to provide a student lead structure for visiting artists and leaders in the metal arts; to present lectures, demonstrations and workshops, to familiarize Cabrillo students and the broader community with the ancient and contemporary art of metalworking.
Wednesdays 5pm-6pm VAPA 3001
Standing Tall Advocacy Club
To advocate for students with visible and invisible disabilities and provide different activities for fun and entertainment.
Alternate Wed. 12:30-1:15pm Stroke Center Room 19
Student Leadership Club
The purpose of the club is to promote unity amongst student leaders and support student voices. Students will learn ways to acquire skills like management and public speaking through event organizing and workshop training.
Fridays 9am Room 323
The clubs main purpose is to fundraise money to handout scholarships to students that are AB540 and undocumented as well to encourage them to continue their education.
Fridays Transfer Center
The purpose of the club is to support environmental awareness, economic opportunity and social responsibility on campus. We work to empower our students, support our local community and reinforce the global sustainability movement through education, positive participation, and harmonious action.
Mondays 5-6pm Room 834
Promoting a safe space for veterans.
Mondays 3pm Room 906
Our mission is to support women and inspire youth in S.T.E.M. fields while encouraging all to explore various career opportunities.
Fridays 5:30-6:30pm Room 810