Occupational Clubs offer opportunities for students to participate in real world workforce scenarios and to prepare for careers in trade, technical and skilled service occupations, and for further education.
ATHLETIC TRAINING CLUBStudents gain a greater connection to the medical community and possible careers within the sports medicine field. Members will experience hands-on opportunities to participate as Student Athletic Training Aides.BPAThe mission of Business Professionals of America is to contribute to the preparation of a world-class workforce through the advancement of leadership, academic, citizenship, and technological skills.Sponsor: Jason KochEmail: email@example.comMeeting Information: Meets in S-141 on Wednesdays between 3-4PMBROADCASTING CLUBThe Broadcasting Club provides students the opportunity to work on all aspects of video broadcasting. Open to any student with an interest in video!Sponsor: Chris FryeEmail: firstname.lastname@example.orgMeeting Information: Meets in S-115 on the 1st Monday of the month between 3-4PMDECADECA is a student-centered organization where students interested in all areas of business are provided the opportunity to develop personal and leadership skills. Activities include social functions, field trips, and conferences, which are held locally, within the state, and nationally.Sponsor: Carey VandenbergEmail: email@example.comMeeting Information: Meets in S-142 the 1st and 3rd Thursday and every week in Nov.-Dec. at either 7:15AM or 3-4PMFUTURE TEACHERSThe Future Teachers Club aims to provide meaningful experiences for students interested in pursuing a career in Secondary Education (high school teaching) and accentuate a passion for teaching and learning. The organization will meet on the first Wednesday of every month in room S201 to discuss relevant topics regarding the education field, provide internship/hands onlearning opportunities, and a field trip. Students in 10-12th grade are welcome to join.Sponsor: George Fear & Kathleen KruegerEmail: firstname.lastname@example.org & email@example.comMeeting Information: Meets the 1st Wednesday of the month in S-201 between 3-4 pm
INVESTMENT CLUBInvestment Club meets twice monthly with the overall goal of introducing students to basic concepts from the world of finance and investing money. We focus each meeting on a different aspect of investing money.MED CLUBThe Med Club provides opportunities to hear from professionals in the medical field as well as provides opportunities to compete in the HOSA state competition.Sponsor: Christina SoldanEmail: firstname.lastname@example.orgMeeting Information: Meets in S-151, S-153, and S-154 on Wednesdays between 3-5PMMOCK TRIALFor those who are interested in being future prosecutors/defense lawyers, this club is for you! We simulate what would happen during a criminal trial, and act the roles of both witnesses and lawyers in a similar courtroom setting as what you usually see in famous rime T.V. shows. No prior knowledge of law or the legal process/terminology necessary.
Sponsor: Nora NeriusEmail: email@example.comMeeting Information: Meets in S-156 every Tuesday at from 3-6 PMOCCUPATIONAL INFO. ED.This club provides a social and educational setting for students with special needs to get together and socialize and share information. This club also enables students to meet with business professionals, practice job related skills and the opportunity to share work experiences with each other.Sponsor: Beth TheisenEmail: firstname.lastname@example.orgMeeting Information: Meets in S-130 every other Tuesday at 3:00PMRADIOStudents have the opportunity to work directly with music promoters and review music for airplay. Time is also spent producing radio shows that air globally 24/7 from our radio station, WCXS, The Steel Eagle as well as reviewing concerts and interviewing music artists.
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Sponsor: Chris MiloEmails: email@example.comMeeting Information: Meets in E-209 Monday-Friday between 3-6PM