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Student Government Association (SGA)
The Student Activities Coordinator assists faculty and Student Government Association officers in maintaining an effective program of student activities.  The college offers a number of activities which take place outside the regular classroom and for which credit is not given.  Each student is urged to participate in extracurricular activities.

The Student Government Association is a student led organization that represents the student body in all facets of college life and promotes a close relationship among the administration, faculty and student body for the general welfare of the college.   SGA holds monthly meetings for students to voice their concerns, recommendations and learn about activities around campus.  The students help decide what activities the college will host. SGA helps other clubs on campus by paying them to host some of the activities.

This provides an opportunity for clubs to raise money for field trips and/or buy necessary equipment for the club.  SGA encourages all students to become active in SGA and all other clubs/organizations on campus.

Activities Include:  Blood Drives, Red Ribbon Week, Can Goods Drives, Veteran's Day Celebration, Casino Night, LAN party, Texas Hold’em Tournament, Bingo, Bowling, Mini Golf, Talent Show and more.

Student Government Association Constitution


Campus Clubs and Organizations  
  • American Public Works Association Student Chapter
    Club Bylaws
    Sponsor – Aaron D. Kliethermes

The purpose of this American Public Works Association Student Chapter will be to focus on the construction industry with goals of furthering the members’ knowledge of the industry, interacting and communicating with business world, building a spirit of teamwork among the diverse members, enhancing the community at large and developing leadership and organizational skills of the members.

 
  • Associated General Contractors Student Chapter
    Club Bylaws
    Sponsor – Diane Heckemeyer

The purpose of this Associated General Contractors Student Chapter will be to focus on the construction industry with goals of furthering the members’ knowledge of the industry, interacting and communicating with business world, building a spirit of teamwork among the diverse members, enhancing the community at large and developing leadership and organizational skills of the members.

 

The purpose of the Aviation Club will be to:
       a. Stimulate an interest in Aviation
       b. Improve a members knowledge of:
           1. Aviation
           2. Aviation History
           3. Interact with other Aviation organizations

 
  • Career Ready Club
    Club Bylaws
    Sponsors -Glenda Whitney

Preparing State Tech students to obtain successful employment.

 

The Linn State Technical College Computer Club is a student based social organization that conforms to all Linn State Technical College rules and bylaws. The State Tech Computer Club will focus on computer technology with the goals of: education, professional development, interaction and communication with the business world, enhancing the community at large, providing the sharing of resources with the goal of fostering the Linn State Technical College vision through infusion of new technology and ideas.

 

The purpose of this club will be to:
        a. stimulate an interest in electricity
        b. aid in obtaining a degree or journeyman’s license for any member by means of
         tutoring, information through the school or club members
       c. Improve member’s knowledge of
           1. Electricity
           2. Application of the trade
           3. Esprit de corps of State Tech
       d. Foster a spirit of fellowship among its members and others of allied interest

 
  • Home Builders Association Student Chapter
    Club Bylaws
    Sponsor - Aaron J. Kliethermes

The purpose of the State Tech Student Chapter of HBA is to:
       a. Maintain high academic standards among its members
       b. To participate for the purpose of mutual benefit in an interchange of information and
       experiences with NAHB
       c. To initiate and encourage a continued program of education so as to provide self-
       improvement and progress through increase knowledge
       d. To provide meetings for presentation and discussion of education subjects
       e. To conduct one community service project within a calendar year

 
  • Phi Beta Lambda
    Sponsor - Teresa White

The Linn State Technical College Phi Beta Lambda Club is a student based organization that brings business and education together in a positive working relationship through innovative leadership and career development programs. Phi Beta Lambda focuses on education, professional development, interaction and communication with the business world.

   

The purpose of this chapter shall be the promotion of scholarship, the development of leadership and service and the cultivation of fellowship among qualified student of this college.

   
  • Physical Therapist Assistant
    Club Bylaws
    Sponsor - K.D. Berrey

The PTA club encourages personal and professional enrichment through involvement in the college, the community, and the field of physical therapy; with emphasis on leadership, learning, communication, service, social interactions and professional responsibility.

   
  • Post Secondary Agricultural Student Organization
    Club Bylaws
    Sponsors - Ryan Klatt and Nick Rackers

PAS provides opportunities for individual growth, leadership and career preparation.

   
  • Resident Government Association
    Club Bylaws
    Sponsor - Jeff Blauvelt

Prepares State Tech students to live and enjoy life along with providing a successful living environment that is safe and pleasant.

 
  • SkillsUSA Student Chapter
    Club Bylaws
    Sponsor - Aaron J. Kliethermes

SkillsUSA’s mission is to help its members become world-class workers, leaders, and responsible American citizens.

 

The State Tech Team is designed to provide students with hands-on experience in building and servicing a high performance drag race type vehicle which will be raced under the sponsorship of State Tech.

 
  • Veterans Club
    Club Bylaws
    Sponsor s - Cheryl Probst and Frances Boswell

The purpose of the State Tech’s Veterans is to: a. Support the mission of the college by securing the future of student veterans in higher education b. To be an advocate on behalf of student veterans at the college, state, and national levels c. Provide peer-to-peer support to those veterans attending State Tech. To be active in the college community as role models and mentors of other students






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