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Clubs & Organizations Listings

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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.

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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

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.

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