Here at Piedmont Community College, we take pride in giving back to our local community!
With a focus on Digital Effects and Animation Technology, this club’s goal is to get at least one student to the ACM SIGGRAPH annual conference each year. Join and enjoy extracurricular lessons, game night, and field trips! Contact Paula Hindman at (336) 694-8069.
Supporting the community through service projects while also assisting human service students. Contact Madelyn Harvey at (336) 322-2137.
Creative Minds Club
Interested in the arts? Meet like minded students and share your passion & talent with the PCC community. Enjoy art sales and trips, and a variety of campus activities. Contact Amy Levine at (336) 322-1116.
Criminal Justice Club
Offering activities & discussion around current issues related to criminal justice. Contact Erick Lindsey at (336) 694-5707
Fellowship of Christian Athletes Club
Serve the Person and Caswell County communities by engaging, equipping, and empowering students to unite, inspire, and change the world through the gospel and athletics. Contact Jody Blackwell at (336) 599-6622.
Use the power of voice & inspire though music! Practice and perform at events on campus and in the community. Contact Mary Beth Gillis.
Medical Assisting Club
Supporting the needs of local family care practitioners and raising awareness for the needs of children in having a primary care physician. Contact Amy Newton at (336) 322-2131.
Where you can feel connected to the college, empowered and motivated to succeed, and supported by services that meet his needs. Contact Hakeem Ward at (336) 322-2171.
Phi Beta Lambda (PBL) Club
A national organization to develop competent, aggressive business leadership, to strengthen the confidence of students in themselves and their work, and to create more interest in and understanding of American business enterprise. Contact Walter Montgomery at (336) 322-2258.
An international honor and service society that encourages scholastic effort and reward academic merit, to stand for and promote worthy character and high ideals, and to foster, disseminate and improve education through service projects. Contact Don Miller at (336) 322-2154.
In the Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics Club you will gain an understanding, and knowledge of stem-related fields and to enhance career aware in STEM industries through field trips, lectures, and related activities, as well as through campus and community projects. Contact Catherine Thomas at (336) 322-2205.
Student Nursing Association
Promoting health care in the community and supplementing the cost of the nursing program at Piedmont Community College for students. Contact Alisa Montgomery at (336) 322-2213.
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