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Inter Club Council (ICC) and Clubs

De Anza Clubs, by Category

So... Inspired you, did we?? Well, brace yourself because here is a lot more to fascinate you. We proudly present the pride of the ICC: The De Anza Clubs!!!!

Get more information on any of the following clubs by filling out our Club Information Request Form.

If you don't see a club that interests you, then start a new club. Pick up a "How to Start a New Club" packet from the literature rack outside the Student Activities Office, or download one here

Note to Clubs, to update any of the information on this page please fill out an ICC/Club Web Site Update Form available at the Office of College Life or online here.

Meeting Schedule

Auto Technology

To further interest and enjoyment in the Auto Technology program and department.
Club Constitution: AutoTechnology.doc
Advisors:
Pete Vernazza, VernazzaPete@deanza.edu, 831-408-8216
Dave Capitolo, CapitoloDave@deanza.edu, 831-408-8312
Rick Maynard, MaynardRick@deanza.edu, 408-864-8704

DECA

DECA prepares emerging leaders and entrepreneurs for careers in marketing, finance, hospitality, and management in colleges around the globe. Joining DECA allows you to have business experience in creating projects, improvising roles and networking internationally.
Club Constitution: DECA.doc
Email: deanzadeca@gmail.com
Facebook: De Anza DECA
Advisor:
Kevin Mello, MelloKevin@deanza.edu, 408-864-8902

Design & Manufacturing (D&M)

To bring students majoring in CDI & MCNC, or those interested in them, together to develop and improve professional skills, and prepare for and compete in events such as WESTEC, AERODEF, or SkillsUSA, as well as software/skill specific events.
Club Constitution: DM.doc

Developers' Guild

The Developers Guild aims to explore Computer Science through hands-on experience. As a guild we strive to become involved with the Silicon Valley community to connect with all the opportunities around us. Members are strongly encouraged to contribute ideas and questions to form a collaborative atmosphere.
Club Constitution: DevelopersGuild.doc
Email: admin@developersguild.net
Website: developersguild.net
Advisors:
Delia Garbacea, GarbaceaDelia@deanza.edu, 408-864-8308
Clare Nguyen, NguyenClare@deanza.edu, 408-864-8461

Economics Club

The purpose of the club is to provide students who are interested in the field of economics the ability to incorporate their economic abilities and understandings into their daily lives .The club will also conduct economic community service experiments as part of the club activity.
Club Constitution: Economics.doc
Advisor:
Monica Thomas, ThomasMonika@deanza.edu, 408-864-8805

Engineering Technology Club

The purpose of this club is to provide opportunities and aid to prospective engineering student at De Anza and to promote the field of engineering to the community.
Club Constitution: Engineering.doc
Email: deanzaengineeringclub@gmail.com
Website: www.engineeringclub.tk
Advisors:
Ronald Francis, FrancisRonald@deanza.edu, 408-864-8384
Paul Klingman, KlingmanPaul@deanza.edu, 408-864-8696
Edward Lam, LamEdward@deanza.edu

Global Financial Analysts

The purpose of this club is to teach De Anza students how to predict the global economy by doing stock market, gold and technical analysis. Basically, this club unites all students who have the same interest in economics and financing field. The goal of this club is to make students understand better and be more prepared about economics so they can have a useful skill for their future.
Club Constitution: GlobalFinancialAnalysts.doc
Advisor:
Rupinder Sekhon, SekhonRupinder@deanza.edu, 408-864-8800

Marketing Club

The purpose of the club is to bring students who are interested in marketing together, with the objective of helping students grasp the concept of marketing and its importance in any business.
Club Constitution: Marketing.doc
Email: deanzamarketingclub@gmail.com
Advisors:
Emily Garbe, GarbeEmliy@deanza.edu
Dionne Morgan, DionneMorgan@deanza.edu

Mathematics Club

The purpose of the club is to train the De Anza math team for AMATYC Contests, recruit students with mathematical curiosity and assist students with their math projects.
Club Constitution: Math.doc
Advisor:
Sithparran Vanniasegaram, VanniasegaramSithparran@deanza.edu, 408-864-8583

New-Lon-Kong

The purpose of the club is to arouse student understanding and knowledge of the financial world nowadays, especially the major three stock markets and trading ports of the globe, New York, London and Hong Kong. To better equip our members, we also examine the political and cultural background of these financial centers as they are important factors affecting the world economy.
Club Constitution: New-Lon-Kong.doc
Advisor:
Charles Anderson

Psychology Club

The De Anza Psychology Club provides opportunities for students with any major to explore the many far-reaching applications of psychology in our community and beyone. Members can attend off-campus explorations, enjoy professional speakers, explore community service opportunities and more within the broad scope of this field.
Club Constitution: Psychology.doc
Email: deanzapsychclub@live.com
Advisor:
Charles Ramskov, RamskovCharles@deanza.edu, 408-864-8853

SACNAS, De Anza Chapter (Society for Advancement of Chicanos and Native Americans in Science at De Anza College)

SACNAS (Society Advancement for Chicanos/Latino & Native Americans in Science). Open to all students who want to gain mentoring, academic success, personal networking, leadership development, and community service.
Club Constitution: SACNAS.doc
Email: sacnasdeanza@gmail.com
Website: www.sacnasdeanza.org
Advisors:
Melissa Aguilar, AguilarMelissa@deanza.edu, 408-864-5422
Ricardo Delgado, DelgadoRicardo@deanza.edu, 408-864-8681
Tom Nguyen, NguyenTom@deanza.edu

Student Nurses Organization (SNO)

Informs, guides and supports nursing students.
Club Constitution: SNO.doc
Website: www.deanzasno.com
Advisor:
Jean Burke, BurkeJean@deanza.edu, 408-864-8897


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Active Community Engagement (ACE)

The purpose of the club is to provide accessible community service activities every week, and to bring campus and community awareness to our club members.
Club Constitution: ACE.doc
Email: acedeanza.@gmail.com
Facebook: De Anza's Active Community Engagement Club
Advisor:
Byron Lily, LillyByron@deanza.edu, 408-864-8431

Circle K

The purpose of the club is to provide constructive opportunities for students to become involved on campus and in the community through service work to others in need.
Club Constitution: CircleK.doc
Email: deanzacirclek@gmail.com
Website: www.dacki.org
Advisors:
Jim Nguyen, NguyenJames@deanza.edu
Marilyn Patton, PattonMarilyn@deanza.edu, 408-864-8543

International Student Volunteers (ISV)

The purpose of this club is to encourage international students to get involved in the American society through volunteering in school and local community services. All are welcome!
Club Constitution: ISV.doc
Email: daisv2010@gmail.com
Facebook: DAISV
Advisor:
Cleve Freeman, FreemanCleve@deanza.edu, 408-864-8826

Leo Club

Leo stands for Leadership, experience, and opportunity. Leo club’s mission is to empower student volunteers to serve their communities, meet humanitarian needs, encourage peace, and promote international understanding through Lions clubs.
Club Constitution: LeoClub.doc
Email: leoclubdeanza@gmail.com
Advisors:
Curtis Kifer, KiferCurtis@deanza.edu
Jamie Joseph

Team HBV

The purpose of Team HBV is to spread awareness of Hepatitis B virus at De Anza College. The club is partnered with Asian Liver Center at Stanford University and is an official collegiate chapter in the Jade Ribbon Campaign. This club will hold events to empower others with knowledge about Hepatitis B and their own status. This club will also attend events sponsored by the Asian Liver Center.
Club Constitution: TeamHBV.doc
Advisors:
Elizabeth McPartlan, McPartlanElizabeth@deanza.edu, 408-864-8328
Jimmie Wilson, WilsonJimmia@deanza.edu

United Nations International Children's Emergency Fund (UNICEF)

At UNICEF, we have a common goal, children first. UNICEF focuses on fundraising for children funded projects, as well as, providing community services locally.
Club Constitution: UNICEF.doc
Email: steve_51092@gmail.com
Advisor:
Gregory Knittel, KnittelGregory@deanza.edu, 408-864-8252

Visionaries' Conversation Club for 2050 (VCC 2050)

This club focuses on crating a safe space where we can freely discuss our thoughts and feelings to conceptualize human duties and purposed, envision a world we desire to live in, and form a common goal we all can collectively work to reach to a more meaningful and purposeful living.
Club Constitution: VCC2050.doc
Advisors:
Lori Clinchard, ClinchardLori@deanza.edu, 408-864-8988
Wendy White, WhiteWendy@deanza.edu, 408-864-8532

Volunteer of Nature Conservation (VONC)

The purpose of the club is to lead effort to protect and preserve the nature around bay area. Our Club is served with volunteering and also known for providing an opportunity to preserve the environment.
Club Constitution: VONC.doc
Email: volunteerofnatureconservvation@gmail.com
Facebook: Volunteer Of Nature Conservation - VONC
Advisor:
Cecilia Hui, HuiCecilia@deanza.edu, 408-864-8383

WITHUS

The purpose of the club is to not only provide students with volunteer or community engagement opportunities, but also to give the students further motivations for more active dedications with journalism sessions which enable the De Anza students to express their feelings and thoughts about volunteer services.
Club Constitution: WITHUS.doc
Email: clubwithus0513@gmail.com
Advisor:
Cecilia Hui, HuiCecilia@deanza.edu, 408-864-8383


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Anti-Bullying Club (ABC)

The purpose of this club is to stop bullying by education and empowering students. Members can boost self-confidence, learn to appreciate each other, encourage acceptance and spread love in De Anza and the community.
Club Constitution: ABC.doc
Advisors:
Melissa Aguilar, AguilarMelissa@deanza.edu, 408-864-5422
Phong Lam, LamPhong@deanza.edu, 408-864-8452

Asian Pacific American Students for Leadership (APASL)

Welcome to APASL! We try our best to encourage students to learn more about the culture and contemporary issues of the Asian Pacific Islander community. Our mission is to promote Asian Pacifica American student empowerment and leadership through community involvement.
Club Constitution: APASL.doc
Email: apasldeanza@gmail.com
Website: apasl.org/
Facebook: Asian Pacific American Students for Leadership
Advisors:
James Nguyen, NguyenJames@deanza.edu
Mae Lee, LeeMae@deanza.edu
Christine Chai, ChaiChristine@deanza.edu

Chinese Student Association (CSA)

The purpose of the club is to organize Chinese students, create a unity among Chinese community, publicize, promote and expand Chinese culture among general public.
Club Constitution: CSA.doc
Email: deanzacsa@gmail.com
Website: www.dragonxin.com/deanza
Advisor:
Hua-Fu Liu, LiuHuaFu@deanza.edu, 408-864-5324

Cross Cultural Partners Club (CCP)

The purpose of the club is to support the CCP Program in its efforts to promote global understanding and cross cultural friendships among our members. In addition increase attention towards immigration and promote better international student social experiences. The club provides students opportunities to converse in English.
Club Constitution: CCP.doc
Email: ccpclub.deanza@gmail.com
Advisors:
Webster Hamilton, HamiltonWebster@deanza.edu, 408-864-8999 x3054
Gloria Heistein, HeisteinGloria@deanza.edu, 408-864-8999 x3036

Desi Students Association (DSA)

The diverse South Asian community at De Anza needs a place to unite and work together towards peace and unity. Importance of acceptance and change are a very big part of our club, there are no exceptions and anyone is a part of this global community.
Club Constitution: DSA.doc
Email: sapdeanza@gmail.com
Advisor:
Ameeta S. Tiwana, 408-864-8964

Inclusability

We are about Inclusion of student, whatever their abilities or disabilities may be. Building De Anza’s community to include everyone and encourage everyone to overcoming our limitations.
Club Constitution: Inclusability.doc
Email: inclusability@riseup.net
Website: inclusability.jottit.com
Advisors:
John Butcher, ButcherJohn@deanza.edu, 408-864-5861
Kevin Glapion, GlapionKevin@deanza.edu, 408-864-8955

Iranian Student Association

The purpose of this club is to publicize, promote, and educate Iranian culture. Also to represent the voice of Iranian students on campus.
Club Constitution: Iranian.doc
Advisor:
Mehrdad Khosravi, KhosraviMehrdad@deanza.edu, 408-864-5384

Japanese and American Association (JAA)

An association in which members of Japanese, American, and any background share and celebrate culture with a primary focus being on the similarities and stark contrasts between them. JAA officers do our very best to ensure that we promote both Japanese and American culture through a small little discussion about a certain subject or field of the culture which will give way for both Japanese members and other members to indulge in their curiosity of new aspects, learn more of the different worlds presented in Japan and America, and mainly socialize with those who share the same genuine passion in associating with one another.
Club Constitution: JAA.doc
Email: jaadeanza@gmail.com
Advisor:
Kanako Suda, SudaKanako@deanza.edu, 408-864-8624

Korean Students Association (KSA)

The purpose of the club is to improve the relations between Korean students within De Anza, to help Korean students in De Anza with their school life, and to introduce Korean culture to other De Anza students.
Club Constitution: KSA.doc
Email: deanzaksa@gmail.com
Advisor:
Young Hwa Jung

Permias Indonesian Student Organization (PISO)

An organization to bring all the Permias Indonesian students at De Anza College closer to each other while maintaining and sharing the traditions within the community.
Club Constitution: ISO.doc
Email: indo.student.org@gmail.com
Advisors:
Ronald Francis, FrancisRonald@deanza.edu, 408-864-8634
Doli Bambhania, BambhaniaDoli@deanza.edu, 408-864-5382

Rainbow Club

The Rainbow Club supports, advocates and creates a communbity for the LGBTQI and allies here at De Anza.
Club Constitution: Rainbow.doc
Email: pride.lgbtqa@gmail.com
Advisors:
David Byars, ByarsDavid@deanza.edu, 408-864-8759
Julie Lewis, LewisJulie@deanza.edu, 408-864-8798

Taiwanese Association of De Anza College

To unite students from Taiwan, help out students who just arrived, provide information and help on learning, about De Anza, and collects housing information, job opportunities. Further, introduce Taiwanese culture to other diversities.
Club Constitution: TaiwaneseAssociation.doc
Advisor:
Hua-Fu Liu, LiuHuaFu@deanza.edu, 408-864-5324

Vietnamese Student Association (VSA)

Celebrate Vietnamese culture and language through various cultural and traditional activities. Support Vietnamese American students with their educational needs and issues on campus.
Club Constitution: VSA.doc
Advisor:
K. D. Le, LeKD@deanza.edu, 408-864-5673

¡LEAD! Latina/o Empowerment At De Anza Club

A club for Latina/o students and their allies, ¡LEAD! fosters personal growth, community service and cultural understanding.
Club Constitution: LEAD.doc
Email: latino_empowerment_at_De_Anza@yahoo.com
Advisor:
Marc Coronado, 408-864-8409


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Green Party

We work together to stand up for student rights and are affiliated with the Young Greens of America. We are the political party for People, Peace, and the Planet.
Club Constitution: GreenParty.doc
Email: dagreenparty@libertypod.org
Meetupedia: DA Green Party
Advisor:
Cynthia Kaufman, KaufmanCynthia@deanza.edu, 408-864-8739

Integral Movement for AB540 Student Success (I.M.A.S.S.)

Our purpose is to promote understanding of the circumstances and rights of all AB540 students in a respectful and safe environment. Our weekly meetings will be a forum for sharing our life experiences, resources, and information as it pertains to current immigration issues.
Club Constitution: IntegralMASS.doc
Email: DeAnzaAB540@yahoo.com
Website: deanzaab540@yahoo.groups.com
Facebook: I.M.A.S.S.
Advisor:
Paula Silva, SilvaPaula@deanza.edu, 408-864-8310

Students For Justice (SFJ)

The purpose of this club is to promote student awareness of and involvement in political and social issues, particularly those related to diversity and to the self-determination of students.
Club Constitution: SFJ.doc
Advisor:
Cynthia Kaufman, KaufmanCynthia@deanza.edu, 408-864-8739


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Christians on Campus

A time used to help students grow in their spiritual life through the study of the Bible and Christian fellowship.
Club Constitution: ChristiansonCampus.doc
Email: cocdeanza@gmail.com
Website: deanzachristians.org
Advisor:
April Pi-Hsiu Phung

Fellowship of Oversea Students

We are a group of Chinese Christians at De Anza College seeking to be Jesus’ witness by caring international students, emphasizing virtuous characters found in the Bible, and supporting one another academically. We welcome you to join us at our weekly meeting at the campus.
Club Constitution: FellowshipofOverseaStudents.doc
Advisors:
Billie Lo
Li Wei Sun, SunLiWei@deanza.edu, 408-864-5329

Grace Fellowship

To study the Bible, to have fun and to experience God's grace together in both Mandarin and Cantonese.
Club Constitution: GraceFellowship.doc
Advisor:
Homer Tong, TongHomer@deanza.edu, 408-864-8678

InterVarsity Christian Fellowship

The Purpose of the Chapter is to establish and advance at De Anza College witnessing communities of students and faculty who follow Jesus as Savior and Lord: growing in love for God, God's Word, God's people of every ethnicity and culture and God's purposes in the world.
Club Constitution: InterVarsity.doc
Facebook: InterVarsity at De Anza
Advisor:
Li Wei Sun, SunLiWei@deanza.edu, 408-864-5329

International Youth Fellowship (IYF)

The purpose of this organization is to unite the hearts of youth inside of God and to preach the gospel through fellowship, leadership, and cultural understanding.
Club Constitution: IYF.doc
Advisor:
Rob Mieso, MiesoRob@deanza.edu, 408-864-8835

Muslim Students Association (MSA)

The MSA of De Anza originated primarily to bring together Muslims of diverse background and cultures. MSA will help its members and other outside students in their religious and spiritual needs and will also be a source to educate people regarding Islam and the Islamic way of life.
Club Constitution: MSA.doc
Email: deanzamsa@gmail.com
Advisors:
Lori Clinchard, ClinchardLori@deanza.edu, 408-864-8988
David Coleman, ColemanDavid@deanza.edu, 408-864-8660
Moaty Fayek, FayekMoaty@deanza.edu, 408-864-8896

Saltworks Christian Fellowship

To help students develop a deeper relationship with God, build friendships and prepare for life after college.
Club Constitution: Saltworks.doc
Email: sanjkrish87@yahoo.com
Website: www.saltworks-cm.com
Advisor:
Paul Figliomeni, 408-864-8248

Second Journey

Second Journey is a group of people who loves to share the love of Christ to the fellow students who have not heard or experienced the Gospel. Life is a Journey and you can start a new journey with Jesus.
Club Constitution: SecondJourney.doc
Website: www.thesecondjourney.org
Advisor:
Homer Tong, TongHomer@deanza.edu, 408-864-8678

The Tribe

The purpose of The Tribe is to bring Jews, Israelis, and the entire De Anza community together for non necessarily religious or political events, but also cultural, social, and educational events.
Club Constitution: TheTribe.doc
Advisor:
Margo Raff, RaffMargo@deanza.edu, 408-864-8962


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4 Elements Hip Hop Club

For anyone to participate, perform, and learn the Hip-Hop culture, whether you live it through your daily life or just want to experience this beautiful art for the first time.
Club Constitution: 4Elements.doc
Email: 4ElementsHipHop@gmail.com
Advisor:
Laquisha Beckum, BeckumLaquisha@deanza.edu

Anime Club

To inform and expose its members to the animated art form known as anime through discussions, viewings and outings.
Club Constitution: Anime.doc
Advisor:
Charles Ramskov, RamskovCharles@deanza.edu, 408-864-8853

Apple-N-Droid

The purpose of this club is to obsessively cover and review the latest news and apps of the mobile world and discuss how the company performs globally, and also to assist and help first time smart-phone users.
Club Constitution: Apple-N-Droid.doc
Email: apple.n.droid2013@gmail.com
Facebook: Applendroid
Advisor:
Mark Fu, FuMark@deanza.edu, 408-864-8813

Ballet Folklorico

Ballet Folklorico is a way to connect to the Mexican culture through dance and music. Members will have the opportunity to learn different styles of dance while building community with others.
Club Constitution: BalletFolklorico.doc
Advisor:
Alicia Cortez, CortezAlicia@deanza.edu, 408-864-8365

Elite Dance Club

We offer an outlet for beginner to advanced Hip-Hop dancers here at De Anza to express and share their talent and passion for dance. We will provide performance opportunities inside and outside of De Anza, and the chance for members to teach their own choreography and to learn from other choreographers (including outside choreographers).
Club Constitution: EliteDance.doc
Advisor:
Jue Thao, ThaoJue@deanza.edu, 408-864-8514

Environmental Economy and Computer Science (EECS)

EECS is an organization dedicated to exploring the relationship between Environmental Economy and Computer Science. Our main purpose is using the advanced computer technology to support the economic development in order to protect the environment.
Club Constitution: EECS.doc
Advisor:
Yuan Kuo, KuoYuan@deanza.edu, 408-864-8980

Film Society

To provide the De Anza community with a network of student filmmakers to produce films and learn filmmaking skills.
Club Constitution: Film Society.doc
Email: deanzafilmsociety@gmail.com
Facebook: De Anza Film Society
Advisor:
Aimee Gillette, GilletteAimee@deanza.edu, 408-864-8519

Food Club

The purpose of the club is to learn about food nutrition in order to promote a healthy lifestyle while also participating in food related community service.
Club Constitution: FoodClub.doc
Advisors:
Jeanine Grillo, GrilloJeanine@deanza.edu
Diana Wright, WrightDiana@deanza.edu

Future Business Leaders of America - Phi Beta Lamda (FBLA-PBL)

This club is a chapter of the Future Business Leaders of America – Phi Beta Lambda, the largest business career organization in the world. Members will have the opportunity to participate in events, competitions, and seminars and develop useful skills to prepare them for the transition in the business world.
Club Constitution: FBLA-PBL.doc
Email: phibetalambdadeanza@gmail.com
Advisors:
Dan Salah, SalahDan@deanza.edu, 408-864-5563
Tim Ratchford

K-Pop Dance Club

K-Pop Dance Club serves to provide members with easy access to the K-Pop through sharing of the latest K-Pop updates and learning to dance to K-Pop music.
Club Constitution: K-PopDance.doc
Email: da.kpop.dance@gmail.com
Advisor:
Rupinder Sekhon, SekhonRupinder@deanza.edu, 408-864-8947

Latin Dance Club

Latin Dance Club provides students with an introductory as well as advanced experience into various Latin based dance styles such as Salsa, Bachata, Merengue, Cumbia, Etc.
Club Constitution: LatinDance.doc
Facebook: De Anza Latin Dance Club
Advisor:
Licila Ortiz Parra, OrtizParraLucila@deanza.edu, 408-864-8769

Medical Outreach Association

The Medical Outreach Association engages prospective health and medical students to explore the field through philanthropic activities and outreach in public health. Organizations that we support but are not limited to, include the Prosthetic Outreach Foundation and the Stanford – Papua New Guinea-Nepal Medical Project, a branch of Stanford Emergency Medicine International (SEMI). Joining M.O.A. provides members the opportunity to evaluate their interests in medical and health careers.
Club Constitution: MedicalOutreachAssociation.doc
Email: deanzamoa@gmail.com
Facebook: Medical Outreach Association
Advisors:
Gregory Druehl, DruehlGregory@deanza.edu, 408-864-8598
David Hamilton

Outdoor Club

Camping, kayaking, backpacking, surfing and other activities. (Most designed for beginners as well as experienced.)
Club Constitution: Outdoor.doc
Email: dac_outdoorclub@yahoo.com
Website: faculty.deanza.edu/donahuemary
Advisor:
Mary Donahue, DonahueMary@deanza.edu

Philosophy Club

A forum for exchange of ideas, topics, and readings pertaining to philosophy. Members review a selected text before meetings and discuss it critically during meetings. The Club may also engage with philosophy-related events in the community.
Club Constitution: PhilosophyClub.doc
Advisor:
Tono Ramirez, RamirezTono@deanza.edu, 408-864-5327

Radical Vegans of De Anza

We are a radical vegan collective, coming together to share recipes, host workshops, and brainstorm new fun ways to inform people of the harmful effects of the meat & dairy industry. Our club operates on the consensus basis and is built around strong environmental & DIY ethics.
Club Constitution: RadicalVegans.doc
Advisor:
Lori Clinchard, ClinchardLori@deanza.edu, 408-864-8988

T-Tennis Club

To practice and improve the student playing table tennis skill. Also, this provides the student to have an environment for gathering.
Club Constitution: T-Tennis.doc
Email: DeAnzaTTennisClub@gmail.com
Advisor:
David Newton, NewtonDavid@deanza.edu, 408-864-8668

The Art of Fashion Design (TAFD)

The purpose of the club is to act as a resource for anyone interested in fashion and/or fashion design. The club’s goal is to bring together fashion enthusiasts. With each other, we will share ideas in fashion design, pattern-making, and garment construction using only eco-friendly materials.
Club Constitution: TAFD.doc
Email: tafd.deanza@gmail.com
Advisor:
Christina Miller, MillerChristina@deanza.edu


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Badminton Club

The purpose of this club is to introduce badminton to De Anza students, and to embed sportsmanship. Also, offer a place where people cal learn badminton skills from each other and to have fun.
Club Constitution: Badminton.doc
Email: deanzabc@gmail.com
Advisor:
Mark Landefeld, LandefeldMark@deanza.edu, 408-864-8541

Cheer and Dance Team

The purpose of this club is to establish a sport-like activity where students and athletes will be supporting teams to increase school spirit. Club members will perform cheers and direct the audience at games and Club Day events, as well as someday competing nationally for the promotion of spirit and sportsmanship.
Club Constitution: CheerAndDance.doc
Email: CheerCoachCJ@comcast.net
Advisors:
C. J. Jones, JonesCJ@deanza.edu, 408-864-8594
Melodie Cheney, CheneyMelodie@deanza.edu, 408-864-8342

Marrtial Arts Club

This club is to expose people to multiple martial arts disciplines, values, histories, and philosophies. This is done through training, discussion, films, and events such as tournaments and seminars. Prior experience is not required as long as members share an interest and willingness to learn.
Club Constitution: MartialArts.doc
Advisors:
Nancy Evans, EvansNancy@deanza.edu
George Oehlsen

Shotokan Karate

Practices and promotes the Japanese martial art of Shotokan Karate. We are involved in tournaments, demonstrations, workshops and social activities.
Club Constitution: ShotokanKarate.doc
Website: www.daskc.org
Advisor:
Pete Rabbitt, RabbittPete@deanza.edu, 408-864-8352


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More information about De Anza Clubs

Get more information on any of the above clubs by filling out our Club Information Request Form.

Click here for a schedule of club meetings.

If you don't see a club that interests you, then start a new club. Pick up a "How to Start a New Club" packet from the literature rack outside the Student Activities Office, or download one here:
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ICC and Clubs
Building: Hinson Campus Center, Lower Level
Contact: La Donna Yumori-Kaku
Email: ICCAdvisor@deanza.edu
Phone: 408-864-8692

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Last Updated: 7/23/14