Student clubs at Lake Tahoe Community College are a fun way to get involved in student life, meet others with similar interests, and develop leadership and communication skills.
LTCC offers a wide range of clubs catering to many different interests. From the dedicated Honor Society to the fun and popular soccer club, there's something for everyone to experience and enjoy.
Are you an LTCC student who is interested in joining or creating a club? Please view the Club Advisor handbook in the right column for more information and answers to general club questions.
Club Life varies from year to year. Contact the advisors below to see if they are active for the 2022/23 school year! Do you have the Coyote Corner App? Download it for free for detailed club information!
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Promotes equal rights and support to the LGBTQIA community on campus and around the South Shore.
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Fosters and recognizes scholarships, promotes quarterly blood drives and public service activities, presents guest speakers, and also holds occasional social events.
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Provides educational opportunities for art students including, but not limited to, the creation of their own art as well as viewing of historical pieces of artwork.
Circle K International
CKI is committed to developing leaders by offering unique service, leadership and fellowship opportunities that not only change the world but change members’ lives. CKI members are dedicated to childhood development, environmental justice, serving those who are food insecure or lack housing and mental health. So, the work of this foundation helps the Kiwanis family of programs change children’s lives—often in ways that would otherwise remain beyond the resources of clubs and districts.
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Do you love to build? Do you love robotics? Then look no further. This is a hands-on club for STEM students who love to interact and make ideas come to life. I hope to see you at a future club "meeting!"
An association of students that introduces various Filipino values and culture to the LTCC community. We participate in cultural activities that showcase Filipino history, food, songs, and dance while providing awareness of Filipino culture.
Future Business Leaders of Tahoe (FBLT)
Creates, promotes, and facilitates the building and maintenance of relationships between students of LTCC, who are interested in business as a major, and the local business community.
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Explores Earth through field trips. Recent trips include exploring Tuolumne Meadows, Half Dome and Moaning Caverns in California, and Hidden Cave, Nevada.
The HOPE Club promotes equity for all students and the development for cultural change on campus and in the community while also fundraising for scholarships for undocumented students.
An association of students interested in foreign languages, foreign travel, and opportunities to develop an appreciation of different cultures around the world.
The math club is a social and service organization providing math resources to the college and the community.
The National Society of Leadership and Success (NSLS) at LTCC
The NSLS is the largest leadership honor society in the United States. Our NSLS chapter at LTCC launched a few years ago. It is part of the national organization with 700+ chapters and over 1.4 million members.
Students are selected based on exemplary academic achievement. As of 2021, we have many members who have access to:
· More than $400,000 in scholarships.
· An exclusive NSLS job board.
· A personalized letter of recommendation.
The NSLS leadership program teaches the interpersonal skills that employers seek to give you an edge in the job market. Hear directly from current members as they share how their experience has changed their life.
If you become a member, some of the other benefits are:
· Learn from exceptional leaders like former President Barack Obama during exclusive Speaker Broadcasts.
· Meet new friends and make lifelong connections (on-campus & virtually).
· Overcome challenges with success coaches shortcutting your way to success.
· Access to private networking events.
Visit the NSLS website to learn more about and accept your nomination.
What do I have to do to become inducted?
Our five-step program takes approximately 10 hours over the course of the semester at your pace.
Is this recognized on campus?
We are a Registered Student Organization (RSO). As of 2021, we had many members in our chapter and there are more than 1.4 million members nationwide.
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This club fills your soul and outdoor spirit through every Tahoe season! Whether you love to hike, bike, ride, ski, climb, and even watch movies about the outdoors, the OAC has everything you need!
The purpose of the Science Club is to serve the Lake Tahoe community and promote science among local youth by visiting local schools with science demonstrations and activities. We work with local teachers to enhance their existing curriculum with our visits. We also take field trips to destinations of interest to science students, for example, The Exploratorium, iFly, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, and we raise funds to support these activities.
Truly one of the most popular club on campus, the Soccer club provides opportunities for all students to expand their knowledge and skills of soccer. This active club also provides an environment for students to collaborate and compete.
The governing body for the associated students of Lake Tahoe Community College. The Student Senate has been established to represent students to the college administration, faculty, and staff in all matters that affect students.
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- Developing strong bonds among the African American students on campus
- Hosting special musical and cultural events during Black History Month
- Taking tours to HBCU’s (Historically Black Colleges and Universities)
- Inviting prominent African American Speakers to campus
- Doing Services Projects on the campus and in the wider community
The Umoja Club promotes student success for all students through a curriculum and pedagogy responsive to the legacy of the African and African American Diasporas.
Advisor: Tonisha Wesley