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Ag Mechanics Club - Lee Fiedler,
ext. 4293/4289 and Scott Horsman, ext. 4295/4289, Advisors
The agriculture mechanics club is intended to enrich the student experience at WITC. Fundraising activities will be used to raise money for skills competitions, field trips and other personal and professional growth opportunities.
Business Professionals of America (BPA) - Mark Alfuth,
ext. 4307, Advisor
Promotes business careers through activities, seminars, and competitions. Students compete in business activities and network locally, statewide, and nationally.
Collegiate DECA Wisconsin - Alex Birkholz,
ext. 4269, Advisor
Collegiate DECA prepares emerging leaders and entrepreneurs in marketing, finance, hospitality and management in colleges around the globe. Experience competitive events, community service and great networking opportunities.
Criminal Justice Club (CJC) -
Phil Drazkowski, ext. 4347, Advisor
Provides opportunity for professional growth in the field of Corrections. Participants experience teamwork, organizational skills, leadership development, fun and excellence. Students assist with correction field workshops, educational fairs, and a variety of learning experiences.
Early Childhood Association (ECA) - Amy Pennington, ext. 4353, Advisor
The ECA offers Early Childhood Education and Pre-ECE program students opportunities to organize or participate in community events for children and families, attend professional conferences, take part in fundraising activities, and learn to be advocates in the field of Early Childhood Education.
Human Services Associate Club (HSAC) -
Joel Gibson, ext. 4751 and Vladimir Kozubovsky, ext. 4326, Advisors
This club participates in activities that include fundraising events for local agencies and volunteering to promote the program and educate the community about the human services field.
Institute of Packaging Professionals(IOPP) -
Kevin Lipsky, ext. 4275, Advisor
Provides student members with a variety of new working opportunities concerning packaging professionals. Learn leadership responsibilities by becoming a officer or participate as a student member.
International Society of Automation (ISA) -
Rose Cibulka, ext. 4273, Advisor
This industry recognized, global organization offers an excellent opportunity of IACN students to exercise leadership roles, occupational skills and career networking. Students will have the opportunity to experience real world application of automation technology in industry tours.
National Student Nursing Association
(NSNA) - Tim Schmitt, ext. 4815, Kirsten Wagner, ext. 4328, Advisors
Promotes professional development and leadership opportunities in the health field. The club also participates in community volunteer activities.
Skills USA - Dave Brown,
ext. 4294, Advisor
Serves all students, providing experiences in leadership, teamwork, citizenship, character development, and self-confidence. It also offers local, state and national competitions in which students demonstrate leadership and occupational skills.
Student Occupational Therapy Association (SOTA) - Mary Jo Ulrich,
ext. 3167, Advisor
SOTA promotes occupational therapy and professional development through fund-raising, community service and attendance at the state conference.
Student Senate Association (SSA) & Campus Activities Board (CAB) -
Kurtis Burton, ext. 4342, Advisor
Represents all students as the social, political, and educational organization on campus. SSA is the voice of the students. CAB is the driving force behind the entertainment events.
Club - Dan
Wilkinson, ext. 4355,
Promotes the science and art of welding. Fun activities are used to raise funds so members may attend seminars, contests, field trips and other events.
Campus Crusade for Christ (CRU) - Mary Goldsmith, ext. 4346, Advisor
This is an organization that provides opportunities for Christians to grow spiritually, develop Christian friendships, and have some fun.
Diversity Club - Julie Buckman, ext. 4266, Advisor
This club brings about social equality and harmonious relations within WITC and our community through personal experiences.
Student Ambassadors - Jodi
Saliny, ext. 4339, Advisor
Promotes WITC through public relations activities. Outstanding students from each program have the opportunity to develop interpersonal skills through campus tours and other special events.