Clubs and Organizations
Find the Student Organization that’s right for you! This page is your link to information about all registered student organizations at Northeast.
American Congress on Surveying & Mapping
Baptist Student Union
Wayne Vandiver – Ed Earnest – Ricky Ford
Business Marketing Chapter of Collegiate DECA –
This organization is for students enrolled in Business Marketing Management Technology. The purpose of this organization is to develop leadership and management skills. Is is affiliated with International Delta Epsilon Chi, which is a college division of DECA. It encourages free enterprise and economic awareness through individual and group activities, marketing projects, and exposure to successful business leaders.
Campus Ministry International
Christy Grissom – Maggie Grady
Christian Nursing Fellowship
Julie Waddell – Melinda Hamlin
Christians on Campus
Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints Student Association
Computer Aided Design & Drafting Technology Club –
The intent of this organization is to keep students informed of developments and employment information in the field of computer-aided design and drafting technology. This is achieved through field trips and guest speakers. The club takes a field trip in the spring semester to an industry, museum, houses and buildings or to universities with majors to which students can transfer.
Fellowship of Christian Athletes –
Membership is open to current college athletes, former high school athletes, and athletic support groups such as band and cheerleaders. The purpose of this organization is to present to athletes, coaches, and all whom they influence, the challenge and adventure of receiving Jesus Christ as Savior and Lord, serving Him in their relationships and in the fellowship of the church. FCA co-sponsors the annual “See You at the Pole” patriotic event. This group meets each Monday at 7:30 P.M.
Fellowship of Christian Dental Hygienist
Nick Alexander – Julie Davidson – Camille Shoffner
Future Educators of America
Future Farmers of America
Hospitality Management Chapter of Collegiate DECA
JAC (Japanese Animation Club)
Medical Assisting Student Group
Rosalyn Singleton – Shannon Goolsby
MOSA (Student Nurses) –
This organization is open to all students enrolled in the Associate Degree Nursing program and NEMCC. The goal is to provide encouragement and support, to promote and maintain open channels of communication amount individuals and organizations interested in health care, and to participate in the annual MOSA convention.
MS Community College Creative Writing Association/Tiger Symmetry
Phi Beta Lambda –
This is an organization for students who are pursuing degrees in a business or business-related field who accept the purpose of PBL, subscribe to its creed, and possess qualities for employment. It is the post secondary branch of Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA). The goals of PBL are as follows:
- Develop competent, addressee business leadership skills.
- Strengthen the confidence of students in themselves and their world.
- Create more interest in the understanding of the American business enterprise.
- Encourage members in the development of individual projects that contribute to the improvement of home, business, and community.
- Develop character, prepare students for useful citizenship, and foster patriotism.
- Encourage students to practice efficient money management.
- Encourage scholarship and promote school loyalty.
- Assist students in the establishment of occupational goals.
- Facilitate the transition from school to work.
Crystal White – Robbie Coleman
This organization promotes scholarship, develops character, and cultivates fellowship among community college students. Invitation to membership may be extended to the student who qualifies for the Dean’s List or the Presidents’s List and who exemplifies good moral character and qualities of leadership. PTK meets the third Tuesday of each week and on called basis in Seth Pounds Auditorium.
Ray Harris – Andrea Mathis – Dr. Deborah Kehoe – Carla Falkner – Morgan Ricks
Photon Club –
This club is open to students who are enrolled in the Radiological Technology program. The purpose of the Photon Club is to promote the field of Radiological Technology by encouraging students to discuss their experiences in the program. This gives students an opportunity to express concerns and challenges of the program and to share ways to make those two years as pleasant and educational as possible.
Jennifer Davis – Amber Nelms
Practical Nursing Education Association
Paula Stennett – Brad Sloan – Mary Sue Perrigo
Respitatory Care Technology Club –
Open to Respiratory Care majors. The purpose of the club is to promote the profession of Respiratory Care. They will focus on areas of interest such as employment skills, current trends and changes in technology, and job opportunities.
Beverly Prince – John Shelburne
Skills USA – VICA –
This is an organization which promotes vocational-technical education, leadership skills, and competitive skills as its main functions. Skills USA-VICA is a club for secondary and post secondary students in the Vocational and Technical programs. District competitions as well as state and national contest are held worldwide every year to highlight the students in these programs.
Mike Snowden – Stevie Lovelace
Society of Student Scientists –
Student American Dental Hygienist Association –
This organization is for students majoring in Dental Hygiene Technology. The purpose is to promote interest and to encourage professional development. SADHA meets the first Tuesday of each month.
Camille Shoffner – Julie Davidson – Tiffany Lindsey
Student Government Association –
Upon enrolling in the college, each student becomes a member of the Student Government Association (SGA) and a participant in the obligations, benefits, and privileges conferred thereby. The purpose of the SGA is to plan activities for the students, to hold student discussions, to present helpful student suggestions to the faculty and administration and to act in an advisory capacity to students.
Angie Langley/Charlotte Tennison
Tony Finch – Michael Miller
This cub is for students interested in all phases of art. The prime objective is to promote and interest and better understanding of art on the campus and in the surrounding communities.
Terry Anderson – Melody Shinn – Jenna Fincher
Julia Sheets – Chris Murphy
Young Democrats of America