Inter Club Council (ICC) and Clubs
Foothill College Clubs
Join exciting communities of students at Foothill College through our clubs! Explore our clubs list and the following pages to learn more about clubs.
Winter 2022 Clubs
Active Minds of Foothill College
Active Minds (formerly Project Hope) seeks to create and maintain a positive, open-minded, and destigmatizing culture in the Foothill College community. We achieve these goals by promoting student mental health through events that bridge wellness and cultural awareness.
To educate and inform students about anthropology.
Many students at Foothill College are biology majors or are interested in biology in general. We want to provide a place to discuss the biology-related topic for such students, who will be motivated and impressed by each other sharing their interests in the biological field.
Black Student Union
The Foothill Black Student Union exists to develop student leaders that impact their community through advocacy and activism.
Business and Entrepreneurship Club
Business and Entrepreneurship Club at Foothill College strives to help students spark interest, grow ideas, develop knowledge, and present their accomplishments in the world of business.
Chinese Campus Fellowship
Chinese Campus Fellowship (CCF) is developed to help FHDA Asian students from diverse backgrounds connect and support our community. CCF has a weekly meeting to organize meaningful student activities and provide mentorship opportunities for students. We also offer group volunteer opportunities for students to help the local society.
To have an opportunity for students interested or involved in ceramics to connect and engage outside the classroom through pottery events.
Computer Science Club
We promote fun and practical applications of computer science by providing a friendly community of both students and alumni to share and discuss concepts, ideas, and projects, with regular workshops and hackathons. Everyone from beginners to pros are welcome!
We help students initially understand the concepts of cryptography, the history of cryptography, the classification of encryption methods, the principles of dual-key encryption, and applications of it. This club is to get students to build a simple cryptography system based on what they have learned in this club.
Data Science & AI Club
We aim to support community college students with diversified interests by providing them with valuable information and hands-on opportunities in the fields of Data Science & Artificial Intelligence. Together, we will help our members get started and cultivate new skills in these interdisciplinary fields.
Debate Club aims to prepare students to engage in the public discourse with clear thoughts, confidence, and respect. We aspire to cultivate the next generation of leaders who will bring positive changes to society.
Dental Hygiene Club
The dental hygiene program is a Bachelor of Science program with 24 students in each class. The clinic provides dental hygiene care for our students and communities who need dental hygiene care but are unable to afford it because of their limited incomes.
The purpose of the Economics Club is to connect students planning on majoring in Economics or those who simply have an interest in it with activities and opportunities that allow for deeper exploration of the vast, interdisciplinary field beyond a traditional classroom setting. This club is for anyone considering going into a career in management consulting, financial risk, investment, or data analysis, economic research, accounting, investment banking, and more!
We strive to change the world and create social impact through entrepreneurship, leadership, and community.
We are a friendly community of students looking to explore the world of engineering through activities and projects by providing students with fun experience outside the classroom. As an added benefit, we hope to give our members guidance from experienced advisors including veteran engineers from the industry!
A cross-cultural drumming (percussion) club which provides a healthy outlet for the Foothill community focused on generating joy, camaraderie, and appreciation of other cultures and the universal language of rhythm.
FH Wrestling Club
The purpose of the club will be to break down the fundamentals of different styles of striking and grappling techniques from many different martial arts.
Foothill American Chemical Society
As part of the American Chemical Society, FACS aims to serve as the chemistry club at Foothill, doing events related to preparing for the ACS exam as well as do larger projects that connect general chemistry and organic chemistry together.
Foothill Hiking Club
To promote the exploration, enjoyment and preservation of nature, and a lifestyle of physical and mental wellness.
Foothill Indonesian Club
To gather and help Indonesian students in Foothill.
Foothill Medical/Dental Brigades
The mission of the organization shall be to introduce students to public health, international aid, and fundraise for a medical & dental service brigade to help underserved communities. The brigade is to take place in the summer either in person or as a virtual telebrigade.
Fund the Future
Educate ourselves and the public about global poverty through discussions and guest speakers. Take action to help alleviate global poverty through microcredit loans and supporting education in developing countries. Educate ourselves about other issues that will impact the future – such as climate change.
Geospatial Technology Club
We aim to create an inclusive space for students to engage with geography and geospatial technology through volunteer projects and opportunities for professional development. We hope to foster a sense of community within the Foothill GIST program and provide support for each other in our individual academic and career goals.
To unite fellow foodies and enthusiasts. This is in no way meant to seem extravagant; we are not a culinary club. Dietary restrictions don't restrict you from joining this club!
Honors Connection Club
We foster an environment where communication and critical thinking are promoted in order to build lasting connections with fellow students through weekly meetings. The club acts as a resource and strong community for current and prospective students, providing members with opportunities to engage in social and academic activities that lead them towards their educational aspirations.
International Students Connection
International Students Connection is a community of International Students coming together as a family, a home away from home for the next couple of years before transferring to another university. ISC also celebrates different cultures and enhances appreciation for International Students within the Foothill College community.
InterVarsity Christian Fellowship
We are a Christian community that welcomes people of all backgrounds to explore the Bible, build friendships, and serve the community. Come discover for yourself what the Bible says.
Small groups Monday & Tuesday 7:00pm - 8:30pm on Zoom
Community gatherings on some Fridays 4-6 pm
Japanese Culture Club
We try to share Japanese culture and experiences with a lot of students and make them be interested in Japan. We sometimes have special events and try to deepen engagement with each other.
Latino Heritage Club
Latino Heritage Club's purpose is to cultivate and integrate various Latin cultures into our campus and host events surrounding the art and history within our cultures. We strive to help students understand their backgrounds and hope to get non-Latinx students involved within our community.
Muslim Student Association (MSA)
To provide a safe space for Muslim and non-Muslim Foothill College students to connect with each other and engage in conversations surrounding community wellbeing, Islamophobia, and global interests related to Islam.
One Community InterRegional Club
This is a for profit club whose purpose is to be a an InterRegional Resource Hub ran by students for their families and community members of their respective sub region. Initial goals are to help direct solutions to housing, food, and technology needs, and etc.
To provide an opportunity for students interested in learning or wanting to get involved in osteology and archaeology projects.
Owl Council on Foreign Relations
The purpose of this club is to create a journal that touches on a wide range of topics in U.S. foreign policy and international affairs. The goal of this journal is to educate readers and encourage a general awareness/interest about international relations. We're super excited about assembling a team of students that are passionate about international affairs and have a desire to be a part of a new, and hopefully long-lasting, organization at Foothill College.
We create a supportive and encouraging work environment for students at Foothill College. We also like to provide tools for Latinx students and all students to get ahead in their college experience and careers.
Respiratory Therapy Club
Our club is open to all students, as we do try our best to have volunteer opportunities to serve the community at large. We strive to educate, raise awareness, and promote our profession and to represent the Foothill College Respiratory Therapy Program.
Student Chapter of The National Association of Veterinary Technicians in America (SCNAVTA)
SCNAVTA fosters the academic and career endeavors of future veterinary technicians while encouraging community outreach and philanthropic activities. Members benefit from the relationships they are able to build with their fellow classmates outside of the classroom environment and from the mentorship of the SCNAVTA advisor, Sandy Gregory.
Social Justice Club
Our purpose is to bring our community and peers together to bring justice to social issues in our community and world. We collaborate with each other to find ideas of ways we can help ourselves and others live in solidarity together.
Student Veterans of America, Foothill College Chapter (SVAFCC)
This organization seeks to establish and maintain a network of student veterans attending Foothill College, and to provide them with the resources, assistance, direction, and support necessary to achieve their academic, professional, and personal goals.
Value Investing Club
Our purpose is to promote value investing to more students through this club. During the meeting, we will discuss the latest stock news, and have hands-on experience on investing. We are going to analyze in-depth on the companies you chose this quarter.
Visual Philosophy Fellowship
We seek the transcending guidance within literary and cinematic works of art. Members visualize perspective on the humanistic tradition, ethical action, the great unknown, and helpful meanings. We discuss through an informal and welcoming setting, but our minds are an intellectual playground.
Women in Business
The purpose of the club is to create a platform for females who have interests in business to share their ideas. We also provide a chance to foster professional development and provide career-networking opportunities. We regularly organize workshops to share internship experience and help members improve their career planning. This organization is a safe place where females and other underrepresented gender groups discuss contemporary business issues.
Women in STEM Club (WIS)
To Encourage Innovative and Creative Minds.
ICC meets on Tuesdays at 4 p.m. for the 2021-2022 school year.
Learn more about ICC Meetings & Representatives.
Madhav Varshney, VP of ICC
Our ASFC Office is open virtually.
Student Activities Office Contact
ERIN ORTIZ, Student Activities Specialist and ICC Advisor
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