Community Relations: Katie Crabtree
Finance: Lizzie Caron
Contact Person: Candi Alexander
Sigma Tau Delta is an International English honor society that receives members by invitation only. CCC’s chapter, Alpha Sigma Iota (ASI), consists of students who: 1) rank in the top 35% of entire student body based on cumulative GPA; 2) maintain a 3.0 GPA in their English courses; and 3) complete at least two English courses beyond the required English Composition courses. The purposes of this society are to facilitate academic and professional growth through participating in rewarding activities such as fundraisers, outings, service projects, open-mic readings, competitions, and workshops. Through fostering the discipline of creative and critical thinking, ASI also hopes to promote interest in literature and to promote a better understanding of the English language on our campus and in our surrounding community.
Contact Person: Dr. Robin Jackson
Meetings are held on a monthly basis with featured speakers from the world of aviation.
There are many scheduled field trips to aviation museums; airports; FAA sites and flight safety; simulators for "flying experience"; and air shows that are in the grographical region of the college.
The club enjoys dinner together on a monthly basis, with a Christmas party and an end of the year hamburger fry.
If you want to fly, or if you just want to hang out with people who do fly and have an interest in aviation: COME FLY WITH US AT FLYING TIGERS!!!
Club Sponsor: Mrs. Robin Jackson
Aviation Advisory Committee: Mrs. Robin Jackson, Mr. Steven Seiber, and Mr. Gary Roper
Contact Person: Staci Horton
The Education Club is a newly founded club at CCC that helps and allows those interested in education to gain an understanding of what the field has to offer. The club works with the Education Department to help create future teachers and help those stay connected to their own education. Learning is a lifelong process and as this club kicks off, we want to give members a chance to engage in that process before, during, and after entering the field.
Contact Person: Melinda Reese
Students at Central who are interested in helping elementary students with their math, reading, and science studies are invited to join CHUMS. This organization connects struggling students with caring college mentors in an education partnership that fosters positive relationships and educational success. Volunteers meet with elementary students before or after school to provide tutoring, guidance, and a listening ear to young students at local schools; also our college students will receive a small stipend for their time investment.
Contact Person: Kyle Moody
Contact Person: Dr. David Ferrell
The Central Christian College chapter of Phi Beta Lambda exists to serve as a vital link between education and experience by providing opportunities to develop business skills necessary for success in all aspects of life and ministry.
PBL is organized on local, state and national levels. Business teachers/advisers and advisory councils (including school officials, business people and community representatives) guide local chapters. Central’s advisor is Professor Heath Whitehouse. State advisers and committee members coordinate chapter activities for the national organization.
Every year a group of PBL students from Central compete at the state level. Testing covers numerous fields of business. Usually we bring home 30-40 awards. You can see our awards hanging on a wall in the Business Department next to the Archer Center in the RBC building.
Each year, the best and brightest of PBL convene in a national conference to compete in leadership events, share their successes and learn new ideas about shaping their career future. These four-day sessions are considered the pinnacle of the PBL experience. Central has had nine students participate in Nationals, and almost every student has placed in the top 10 Nationally in their events.
Traditionally business majors are most eager to join PBL, but there are opportunities for pre-law, sports management and communication majors as well. PBL is a fantastic opportunity for students trying to decide if business is the right course for them. Also, it is great for business students and others to reinforce their chosen course and to learn and play with peers of common interests and goals.
The Central chapter of PBL would like to welcome all current members and everyone interested in joining to attend one of our monthly meetings. Don’t let such a great opportunity pass you by another year.
- Opportunities for leadership
- Professional development
- Networking opportunities
- Easy membership
- Excellent resume headline
National PBL Site
Kansas PBL Site
Contact Person: Jamie Sparks
Pi Gamma Mu is the oldest and preeminent international honor society in the social sciences. Our mission is to encourage and recognize superior scholarship in social science disciplines and to foster cooperation and social service among its members. Pi Gamma Mu serves the various social science disciplines which seek to understand and explain human behavior and social relationships as well as their related problems and issues. Our Kappa chapter at Central Christian College is one among 150 active chapters in the United States and overseas. We were chartered in 2009 with faculty, former graduates, graduate students, and current students alike.
Pi Gamma Mu's constitution defines the social sciences to include the disciplines of history, political science, sociology, anthropology, economics, psychology, international relations, criminal justice, social work, social philosophy, history of education, and cultural/human geography. Membership is also extended to interdisciplinary social science areas that build on the core social science disciplines, such as business and society, education, minority studies, public administration, international studies, public finance, leadership studies, consumer behavior, public policy and organizational behavior.
Contact Person: Mike Craig
Science Club is designed primarily for those majoring in, or with a concentration in science, though anyone is welcome to participate. Monthly meetings and activities serve to foster cohesiveness and a sense of common purpose among those majoring in science. Opportunities include guest speakers, field trips, attending conferences, and a variety of other exciting activities. Leadership opportunities are available by serving as an officer.