Clubs & Organizations Listings

Clubs & Organizations Listings

This club is for students interested in learning sign language, and applying their skills in the field of professional American Sign Language Interpreters.


Teresa Thiry

The purpose of the APIAC is to reach out to those who want to learn and/or be a part of an organization which promotes racial, political, cultural, and self awareness of the Asian Pacific Islander minorities.


Priscilla Hughes

The purpose of the Black Student Union is to stimulate education by providing an awareness, recognition of and appreciation toward contributions by the Black American culture to the United States of America and to the world.


Miyah Wilson

(623) 935-8986

Christian Club will help you…

• Meet other Christian students who share your similar viewpoints and challenges.

• Be uplifted and encouraged in your journey of faith.

• Build friendships to last a lifetime.


We meet every Wednesday during Fall and Spring semesters from 4-5 p.m. in Montezuma Hall, conference room 210A. Questions? Contact student organizer Amari Chavez at, or contact our club advisors below.


Jill Nico, 623-935-8624

Nancy Stufflebeam, 623-935-8864

The EMCC Communication Club provides a strong interest in communication and provides fellowship among EMCC students by fostering an inclusive community through communication, and to a better understanding of critical dialogue among the members about current events while improving students confidence in speaking.


Cheryl Hebert

(623) 935-8470

The purpose of this organization is to stimulate strong interest in the theatrical arts among students on campus and to promote thespian activity on campus.


Antonio Hernandez

Tim Butterfield

The purpose of the EMCC Fashion Club is to provide fellowship among the fashion enthusiast and to promote unity among the members.


Faith Weelington

The EMCC Gaming Club plans, organizes, and executes events related to gaming. Some of the events the club sponsores includes: gaming tournaments, fundraisers, and gaming discussions. Club members come together during meetings to engage in dialogue, and fun activities as they relate to various areas of gaming.


Rod Freeman

(623) 935-8451

The purpose of this Association shall be to: promote the awareness of the RN program of nursing among academic and local communities. Serve as a means of communication among students, faculty and administration to: Promote common educational and professional objectives; Advocate students' interests; Enhance students' educational experience; Encourage professional and constructive student conduct; Foster academic and professional success; Represent the Association's members and their interests to the community at large and to other educational and professional institutions, organizations and associations; Inform the Association's members of activities and opportunities that are organized and provided by other educational institutions, professional organizations and student associations; Promote and encourage participation of the Association's members in appropriate student activities. Augment student understanding of post-graduate educational and employment opportunities. Promote and encourage relationships with professional associations, including the American Nurses Association and National Student Nurses' Association. Collaborate with other EMCC Student Organizations to achieve mutual goals. Be advocates and leaders in the local community.


Amy Johnson

(623) 935-8498

The purposes of the Feminist Majority Leadership Alliance of Estrella Mountain Community College will be: To establish a broad constituency to work in pursuit of feminist ideals -- social, political, and economic equality for women and men, girls and boys. To study and take action on national, state, local and campus feminist issues and concerns. To provide leadership and career building opportunities for feminist students. To educate the college/university community about feminist issues. To enhance the feminist community on campus.


The purpose of the organization is to create a student network that will allow the students to bond, share knowledge and experiences. While participating in club activities, we will develop excellent communication skills, volunteerism, and leadership skills. This club is designed to enhance and work along aside preexisting organizations on campus such as America Reads and Inspire. Teach.


Rachel Holmes

(623) 935-8407

Brenda Nelson

(623) 935-8949

The Horticultural Innovations club seeks to refine, research, and develop ways to integrate gardening into people's lives while remaining eco-friendly, and cost efficient.



Jarod Raithel

The mission of this club is to promote international awareness by encouraging intercultural exchange and involvement in working together as an international community, recognizing individual potential and maintaining a spirit of friendship and diversity.


Anastasia Amabisca

(623) 935-8489

The purpose of this organization is to stimulate a strong interest in Latin dance to provide fellowship among dance enthusiasts and promote Latin culture among the members.


Life is a social awareness club dedicated to promoting more balanced and open-minded perspectives on controversial issues. Our goal is to create independent and open-minded leaders for the 21st century.


Alexander Andrews

(623) 935-8094

M.E.CH.A. (Movimento Estudiantil Chicano de Aztlan) is an organization that promotes and supports higher education for Chicano/Hispano students. M.E.CH.A. also encourages student involvement in cultural and social issues, on and off campus, especially those affecting the Chicano/Hispano community.


Anastasia Amabisca (623) 935-8489

Cecilia Rosales (623) 935-8463

Natalie Rivera (623) 935-8467

The purpose of this organization is to stimulate a strong interest in the retention and successful degree completion of minority male students. The organization will also provide fellowship among the male student of color and promote internal and external community support for and among members.


Daniel Meador

(623) 935-8905

The MTI Club provides photo/video services for campus and civic events, produces photo studio gigs, creates large digital art installations, competes in video contests, and teaches members how to use basic Adobe software and high-quality photo/video cameras and studio lighting and audio equipment.

Meetings: Wednesdays at 3:00pm in EST251


Jim Heinrich (623) 935-8931

Lyle Dillie

P.R.I.D.E works to create a safe space within the EMCC community for GLRTQ students. It does so through an alliance of LGBTQ and straight students.


Luis Herrera 623-935-8805

Melissa Carrillo Galaviz

Phi Theta Kappa the International Honors Society for Community Colleges is committed to promoting scholarship, leadership, service, and fellowship among talented community college students.  Beta Alpha Xi, the Estrella Mountain Chapter of Phi Theta Kappa has achieved an outstanding Five Star Ranking since 1995.  Each semester, students who have completed twelve (12) credit hours in 100-level or higher courses with a 3.5 cumulative grade point average receive an invitation to join the organization.


Lisa Higa

(623) 935-8178

Jamie Lopez

(623) 935-8139

Aztlana Quezada

(623) 935-8226


The purpose of this organization is to assist pre-med students in building a competitive academic resume and to prepare them for applying to a college of Pharmacy.


Muhammad Sandu

Psi-Beta promotes the early interest in psychology and enables psychology students to take an active role in exploring all opportunities psychology offers. Our mission is to promote professional development of psychology students in two-year colleges through promotion and recognition of excellence in scholarship, leadership, research, and community service.


Dr. Christopher Coleman

(623) 935-8952

Erica Wager

The purpose of this organization is to stimulate a strong interest in psychology, and to provide fellowship among the psychology enthusiasts and to promote fellowship, unity and joy among the members. The members of the organization are to be enthusiasts, interested in participating and promoting the field of psychology. Members are encouraged to give their opinions on ways to advance the psychology club and ways to engage the community in the field of psychology.


Erica Wager

(623) 935-8450

The STEM Club plans to research and provide professional development opportunities in STEM education and increase awareness of STEM education through communication and collaboration with the community. We also want to establish and maintain partnerships with STEM businesses, industries, and higher education to provide STEM opportunities for teachers and students.


Tracy Tanner

Sigma Chi Eta is the official Communication Honor Society sponsored by the National Communication Honor Society. Sigma Chi Eta holds meetings/pairs with the Communication Club. Benefits as a national organization:

  • You can present or volunteer at the National Communication Association
  • Submit Papers or present at the national conference for scholastic or monetary awards
  • Apply for Scholarships
  • Find mentors and job opportunities

** Membership rolls over into the 4-year organization when you transfer, as you are a member for life.


For more information please contact:

Cheryl Hebert, Ph.D.
Sigma Chi Eta Chapter Best Xi Advisor


Cheryl Hebert, Ph.D.

(623) 935-8470

SkillsUSA is for students currently enrolled in an occupational or technology course or degree/certificate program. SkillsUSA is a partnership of students, teachers and industry working together to ensure America has a skilled workforce.  

SkillsUSA empowers its members to become world-class workers, leaders and responsible American citizens. SkillsUSA improves the quality of our nation’s future skilled workforce through the development of Framework skills that include personal, workplace and technical skills grounded in academics.  SkillsUSA members compete at regional, state, and national levels where they can earn medals, scholarships, and opportunities to hear and speak with industry leaders from across the nation.

Meetings: Wednesdays at 2:45pm in EST251


Jim Heinrich

Laura Linderman

The purpose of the club is to promote unity among all students integrating the Code of Ethics set forth by the National Association of Social Workers, the Department of Social Work, and the Estrella Mountain Community College code of behavior for matriculated students.

In so doing, the club will provide avenues to filter information to EMCC students regarding Social Work causes the club see’s fit that coincides with the Code of Ethics set forth by the NASW.  The club will also organize various activities promoting unity and community for students and raising issues that affect by students and non-students.



Stacy Moreno

The purpose of this organization is to stimulate a strong interest in health and wellness, promoting an active lifestyle.


Lyle Bartelt

(623) 935-8405

The purpose of the Veteran's Club is to stimulate strong interest in Veteran's Affairs, to provide fellowship among the Veterans and those interested in Veterans Affairs, and to provide social networking as well as support for local Veterans and their families.


Nathan Kelley 623-935-8938

Women Rising seeks to empower women and create opportunities for them to access resources in higher education. Women Rising supports the success of female students by increasing semester-to-semester persistence rates;  actively connecting students with campus resources; Providing students one-on-one interaction with a working professional that will support the students’ academic goals; providing students with career exposure and professional experiences.

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Tracy Tanner (623) 935-8939

The purpose of the Writing Club is to stimulate a strong interest in writing to provide fellowship among the writing enthusiasts, and to promote original fiction or non-fiction production among the members.


Joel Arthur

(623) 935-8591