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Ashland Student Activities

Clubs & Organizations

Alumni Association   -    Email Robyn Lulich, Advisor Email
We welcome and encourage anyone who has completed a WITC degree or diploma program, or any of WITC's courses, seminars, or workshops, to become a member of the Alumni Association. The WITC-Ashland Alumni Association meets periodically during the academic year and there are no membership dues.

Business Professionals of America (BPA)   -    Email Sharon Duthie, Advisor Email
Business Professionals of America is an organization open to business students. Members attend seminars, make new acquaintances, and attend competitions for professional growth. As a member of Business Professionals of America, you will:

Campus Activities Board (CAB) - Email Abby Scheller, Advisor Email
The Campus Activities Board (CAB) is a subsidiary organization of the Student Senate. Membership and CAB is open to any student currently enrolled in credit courses at WITC. CAB plans and hosts a variety of entertainment and events for all students to take part in, typically scheduled during Activity Hours on Tuesdays and Thursdays, 11:30am-12:30pm.
CAB members (“Cabbies”) receive certain extra rewards, such as attending leadership conferences. CAB members also gain valuable experience in selecting, contracting, planning, and promoting events. This is a great way to share your ideas, build your resume, and get to know your fellow students and staff! CAB meetings are held during activity hour, so you don’t have to miss class to attend. If you are interested in joining CAB, simply stop into the Student Life Office or just come to a meeting!

Criminal Justice Club- Email Danna Livingston, Advisor Email
The purpose of the Criminal Justice Club is to provide an opportunity for professional growth in the field of Corrections, giving participants experience in teamwork, organizational skills, leadership development, fun and excellence.  Students assist with correction field workshops, educational fairs, and a variety of learning experiences.

Early Childhood Club  -  Email Kari Merritt, Advisor Email

The Early Childhood Club assists early childhood students in developing a better understanding of the early childhood profession, and assists early childhood students in funding attendance at early childhood conferences and/or workshops. As a member, the club will:

IT Projects Club - Email Paul Gordon or Pat McCullough, Advisor Email
The IT Projects Club provides students with the opportunity to grow in project initiative and community involvement through technology. The purpose of this organization is to:

Machine Tool Club - Email Carl Anderson, Advisor Email
The Machine Tool Club offers opportunities for students to grow in trade experience and leadership. The purpose and reasons for this club are as follows:

Marine Repair Technician (MRT) Club - Email Tim Edwards, Advisor Email
The Marine Repair Technician Club provides students with the opportunity to grow in welding experience and helps prepare them for careers in the marine repair field. The purposes of this club shall be the following:

Nursing Club  -  Email Tina Hagstrom or Kate Siegler, Advisor Email

The purpose of the Nursing Club at WITC-Ashland is to promote leadership in Nursing, camaraderie within the club and encourage community involvement. You will be allowed an opportunity to appreciate and implement the unenforceable obligations of citizenship, while providing for mental and physical health through satisfactory social and recreational activities. As a member, you will:

Student Occupational Therapy Association (SOTA) - Email Mari Jo Ulrich, Advisor Email
SOTA is open to all students enrolled (full- or part-time) in the Occupational Therapy Assistant program at WITC. As a SOTA member, you will:

Student Senate  -  Email Abby Scheller, Advisor Email

All students have the opportunity to participate in student government and the planning of student activities on the WITC campus through Student Senate. WITC-Ashland's Student Senate provides educational, cultural, and fun events throughout the academic year. The Student Senate also helps fund trips and activities of other campus organizations.

The Student Senate is composed of representatives from each program and organization on campus, as well as interested students-at-large. Officers are elected into office by the student body shortly after classes begin. This is a great opportunity to build organizational skills, practice budgeting, grow in leadership, and meet new people! Student Senate membership looks great on your resume and gives you the chance to be a voice for the student body! Any student interested in participating as either a representative or officer may contact Abby Scheller, Student Life Coordinator.

Technology Engagement Club - Email Melissa Weber, Advisor Email
The Technology Engagement Club gives students the opportunity to learn more about handling technology skillfully, responsibly, and effectively. The purposes of this club are as follows:

To promote high standards of workmanship, ethics, and use of technology

Welding Club  -  Email John Nuutinen, Advisor Email

The welding club provides more opportunity for students to fabricate, complete projects for the community, while increasing community awareness of welding occupations.