Join other students in a fun and educational journey to fitness and a healthy lifestyle. We participate in the free well-being classes offered at NCC. Fit for Life meets during club hour ( a.m.) on Tuesdays and Thursdays. There will be presentations about nutrition and wellness given by professionals in the field. The latest fitness programs will be explored.
FUTURE TEACHERS CLUB
Explore the science and art of teaching. The Future Teachers Club is open to all Nassau Community College students who are interested in pursuing a career on any level of teaching. The club offers members the opportunity to learn with and from other students with similar career goals. Our meetings provide a forum where students can learn more about the profession of teaching and discuss issues of concern in education through workshops, lectures, and field trips. We meet five to ten times each semester on Tuesdays and Thursdays during club hour. For more information about the club, contact the club’s advisor: Joseph Bernat ().
The Gamers Club explores a wide www.loansolution.com/payday-loans-wi variety of gaming topics involving video, board and card games. Students will become more discriminating video game shoppers and seek to test new games, whether out-of-the-box or online, including educational games for all ages, and share the results and holistic experiences. The club also encourages interest in gaming tournaments as well as delves into career and health-related topics associated with the benefits and pitfalls of gaming. email the advisor,
HAITIAN STUDENTS ORGANIZATION
Welcome to the Haitian Students Organization! We strive to promote the Haitian culture at NCC and also throughout the community in New York. The club sponsors speakers, trips, and social events to allow Haitian students and non-Haitian students to learn, enjoy, and be proud of the folklore, culture, food, and language. Unity within the Haitian community is very important. So become involved, expose your talents, and spread our beautiful culture! All are welcome to join. Weekly meetings will be held Thursdays during club hour ( a.m.- p.m.). “L’ Union Fait La Force.”
Haraya sponsors a variety of activities and events that focus on the African American experience and Africans in the diaspora. Annual programs such as Kwanzaa and Black History Month provide opportunities for students to plan and present programs geared to their ideas and talents. Speakers, conferences, trips, concerts, and fashion and talent shows are examples of the programs planned by students each year. Forums, advocacy, and scholarship fund raisers are ongoing projects. The organization builds leadership skills and provides opportunities for students to hone these skills on campus and in the community.
Membership is open to all students who are interested in campus leadership, academic achievement, cultural enrichment, and community service. Established circa 1968, Haraya has had a long, distinguished history and tradition of excellence in service to students of NCC. We welcome you to join us as we create new visions and new realities.
HEALTH INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY CLUB
The Health Information Technology (HIT) Club welcomes all students interested in the fields of health information technology, medical coding, or medical administration. Our goal is to broaden students’ knowledge and understanding of these dynamic career fields, create friendships, and encourage networking among members. For more information, contact our faculty advisor, Professor Susan Goldson, HIT Program Director, at or . Meetings will be announced.
The Health, Physical Education, and Recreation (HPER) Majors Club encourages all students considering a career in health, physical education, recreation, dance, or related fields to attend our upcoming meetings. Our main objective is to expose our members to various elements of their profession and to increase their awareness of what is happening in the profession. The Majors Club sponsors guest speakers and workshops on subjects ranging from starting a portfolio to preparing for future interviews. In addition, we share information regarding employment opportunities, professional memberships, and upcoming workshops and performances. The Majors Club participates in various health-related campus activities, such as the Purple Ribbon Campaign, which heightens students’ awareness of domestic abuse.