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checkmarksFBLA inspires and prepares students to become community-minded business leaders in a global society through relevant career preparation and leadership experiences. Club members work with educators and other clubs to earn valuable life experiences with networking, communication and leadership skills.

Contact: Eric Hall, (928) 717-7145

ribbonPTK Honor Society provides opportunities for individual growth and development through four hallmarks: scholarship, leadership, service and fellowship. Membership is open to degree-seeking students who have completed a minimum of 12 credits with a 3.5 GPA.

Learn more about PTK

Contact: Denise Woolsey, or (928) 776-2259

Prescott Campus

nurseThe SNA-YC is a pre-professional organization committed to supporting and mentoring future nurses by providing opportunities in: 1) Leadership, 2) Professional Development and 3) Community Service. Membership is open to pre-nursing and nursing students.

Contact: Gillian Troxel; (928) 634-6516

Verde Valley Campus

nurseAll students enrolled in the nursing program are members. This club works with the community on several projects during the school year to assist those who may have health, financial, or educational needs.

Contact: Cynthia Schroeder, (928) 649-5470

checkmarks Students of Leadership provides these vital leadership skills: Individual strength Team-building Self-evaluation and reflection Critical thinking Problem solving Service leadership and community engagement .

Learn more about SOL

Contact: Janice Soutee, (928)776-2125

grapesThe Viticulture & Enology Grand Crew is an organization committed to supporting all current students and alumni of the viticulture and enology program. The Grand Crew promotes the development and growth of its student members by supporting positive relationships in the community and the wine industry. A key tenet to this organization is inclusiveness in a professional and educational environment. Located at the Southwest Wine Center.

Contact: Michael Pierce, (928) 634-6586

chevronProvides supportive connections for students with military affiliation to generate camaraderie through activities, volunteerism, and/or community outreach.  Open to veterans, military family members, students, and the community.

Contact:  | (928) 717-7211 or Gwen Payne (928) 717-7146

shieldThe RAD Organization is a pre-professional organization committed to supporting and mentoring future radiologic technologists by providing opportunities in: Leadership, Professional Development, and Mentorship to current and future Rad Tech Students. Membership is open to pre-radiology and radiology students.

Contact: Tracy Rogers, (928) 717-7108

checkmarksAllied Health Club offers students an opportunity to learn leadership skills along with refining their career skill. It also teaches about professionalism and community service. Check out our Facebook page at Allied Health Club

Stacy Turley, RN, (928) 717-7197
Sonia Ayala, BSN, RN, (928) 717-7157

bahaiPromote racial unity, equality of men and women, and world citizenship through the tenets of the Baha'i Faith.

Contact: Judith Russell, (928) 900-4401

castProvides students with guidance, inspiration, and education. Club members will work with educators and mentors to earn valuable life experience in the performing arts.

Contact: Nanette Hofer, (928) 776-2046, Chad Pittman, (928) 717-7106

hacker.pngAre you the kind of person who gazes at lines of code, seeing artistry in algorithms? Do you find solace in the symphony of keystrokes as you craft software that reshapes the future?

Our club is your haven. Here, we celebrate the enigma of AI, the allure of cybersecurity, and the thrill of app development. We're not just users; we're explorers, pushing the boundaries of technology.

Join us in unraveling the mysteries of tech, forging lifelong friendships, and nurturing your passion for all things digital. This is your invitation to embark on a journey where every line of code tells a story, and every problem is an opportunity.

Contact Philip Reid (928) 776-2263

listening.pngThe Delta Tri Alpha Club is dedicated to expanding knowledge through critical examination of real life moral and ethical dialogue. To find answers to questions we all have in a safe environment where it's okay to offer an opinion, ask a question, make a statement knowing that you won't be judged. Delta Tri Alpha website

Contact: Michael Schaible, (928) 771-6112

englishHelps to spread awareness and raise interest within Yavapai College and our community about all aspects of English including reading and writing both fiction and non-fiction. Club members collaborate with educators and other clubs to foster an appreciation for literature and the writing process.

Contact: Clayton Baumgarter (928)776-2035.

cameraJoin Northern Arizona filmmakers, film students and film lovers as we explore the art and business of film! The Film club's aim is to spread awareness and raise interest within our school and our community about films, film history, film creation, and story-telling. Club members will work with educators, filmmakers, students and other clubs to earn valuable life experience through films.

Contact Helen Stephenson, Director of the YC Film and Media Arts Program, for information or to join us: (928) 717-7184. For more information on the YC Film and Media Arts Program please visit our YC page or Facebook!

Meeting dates and times vary with schedules of special speakers. Interested parties are encouraged to join the YC Film and Media Arts newsletter to keep abreast of meeting dates and locations.

wellness club logoThe Health & Wellness Club creates opportunities for students and YC community members to participate in substance free wellness based activities and educational workshops. 

Contact: Kellie Porter (928) 928-771-6183

angelThe LDSSA promotes spiritual well-being, fosters and strengthens friendships, and upholds Church standards by sponsoring activities and events for LDS students here at Yavapai College.

Contact: Linda Brannock, (928) 776-2170, Terra Schmidt, (928) 776-2116

lawThe Law & Justice Club The Justice Club spreads awareness and heightens the awareness within our school and our community about the Law, civil and criminal, and its effect on society.

Contact: Jerald Monahan, (928) 776-2184.

elder Love For Our Elders Yavapai College chapter wishes to spread love and joy to senior citizens living in nursing homes. Club members get the privilege of reaching out to these elders through hand-written letters to remind them that they are important and valued members of our community. Through compassion and kindness, club members can earn community service and feel great doing it. LFOE participation is a great club for people who have busy schedules but still want to take part in a good cause. Members can write letters and attend meetings from home. By the simple act of writing and sending letters, members will be providing a valuable community service and emotional support to our elders. Members will learn how easy selfless acts of service can be; a lesson that is carried for a lifetime.

Contact: Denise Woolsey, (928) 776-2259

prideThe Pride Club provides support and a safe, welcoming environment for all students regardless of sexual orientation or gender identity who are passionate about fostering tolerance and acceptance of the LGBTQA community both on and off campus.

Contact: Suzanne.Waldenberger | (928) 771-6187

gearThe Psychology Club provides students an opportunity to learn more about the broad field of psychology as well as other related social sciences such as sociology and social work.

Contact: Mark Whiteley, (928) 717-7104

gearA pro-life club on campus, here to talk about abortion. Our goal is to make abortion unthinkable by educational talks on abortion. Involved in community events/projects to help serve women and families in crises pregnancies.

Contact: Clayton Baumgartner, (928) 776-2035

Topic TBD club logoThis club is involved in discussions and debates on current issues involving sociopolitical, ethical, and other global concerns with students at the college and fellow community members.

Contact: Dr. Andrew M. Winters, (928) 771-4855

videogameVideo Game Club provides a socially inclusive environment for unofficial video gaming competition opportunities.

Contact: Kevin Lewis, (920 776-2207

A cappelaThe YC A Cappella Club is open to both music and non-music majors, providing a platform for individuals of varying skill levels and experiences to collaborate, learn from one another, and create music. The purpose of this club is to enable its members to collaborate in selecting musical repertoire and offer guidance to one another for skill enhancement. Additionally, this club provides an opportunity for members to develop leadership skills in a group environment. Come and sing!

Contact: Kate Howell, (928) 776-2056 or Luis Tovar

volunteer icon YC JustServe Club performs service projects in our communities that will help those in need (especially those who are underserved) and improve our communities.

Contact: Curtis Kleinman, (928) 776-2290

democratThe Young Democrats Club is a political club with a democrat slant that focuses on information exchange, conversions about politics, ideals, world affairs, political debates, and other topics of the like.

Contact: Dr. Andrew M. Winters | (928) 771-4855

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