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.
To further interest and enjoyment in the Auto Technology program and department.
Club Constitution: AutoTech.docx
Pete Vernazza, VernazzaPete@deanza.edu, 831-408-8216
Dave Capitolo, CapitoloDave@deanza.edu, 831-408-8312
Rick Maynard, MaynardRick@deanza.edu, 408-864-8704
To bring students who are interested in the field of chemistry together and allow students to benefit each other by performing demos, group activities and sharing their knowledge. We aim to provide opportunities to students at De Ana to develop scientific thought processes and help them to succeed in the field.
Club Constitution: Chemistry.docx
Clean Energy Club
The purpose of the club is to acknowledge the students about the green energy majors and industry. We are planning to give students an idea about different aspects of green energy field such as green chemistry, solar energy, wind energy, and etc. Also, we are planning to work closely with Environmental Science department, and contribute in volunteering activities in Environmental fields inside the campus.
Club Constitution: CleanEnergy.docx
Keri Kirkpatrick, KirkpatrickKeri@deanza.edu
Dana Nakase, NakaseDana@deanza.edu
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.docx
Facebook: De Anza DECA
Kevin Mello, MelloKevin@deanza.edu, 408-864-8902
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.docx
Clare Nguyen, NguyenClare@deanza.edu, 408-864-8461
Ethical International Career Planning (EICP)
The purpose of the club is to assist students who have trouble with their career planning. An organization that make students talk and share with each other.
Club Constitution: EICP.docx
Explorers’ Nest purpose to explore future trends based on cutting-edge technology, business platforms and visions, and entrepreneurship driven by ventures and start-ups in Silicon Valley. We pursue collaborate-atmosphere through productive projects and events with all opened opportunities.
Club Constitution: ExplorersNest.docx
Monika Thomas, ThomasMonika@deanza.edu
Hello World! Code Squad
The purpose of the club is to increase the number of women, Hispanics, African American, American Indians and other underrepresented minorities on an educational path leading to an AA degree or a Major in Computer Science. Second to motivate students to pursue and succeed in programming classes required for acceptance in colleges. Third to expose students to cultural, academic, and industrial environments bringing guest speakers and workshops. Finally to reduce the number of dropouts of the major creating a long-term community commitment.
Club Constitution: HelloWorld.docx
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.docx
Emily Garbe, GarbeEmliy@deanza.edu
The purpose of the club is to bring students who are interested in mathematics together and positively influence their math study
Club Constitution: Math.docx
Nahrin Rashid, RashidNahrin@deanza.edu, 408-864-8201
The purpose of the club is to provide an enjoyable atmosphere where those interested in psychology can interact with fellow students as well as professionals in the field and talk about current issues in psychology today along with potential job/internship possibilities.
Club Constitution: Psychology.docx
Facebook: De Anza Psychology Club
Charles Ramskov, RamskovCharles@deanza.edu, 408-864-8853
Mark Healy, HealyMark@deanza.edu
Our club aims to provide students a broader understanding of statistical approaches of solving real world problems through the field experiences of guest speakers and the participation of research projects. In addition, as a part of our contribution to local communities, members will actively speak out middle schools with low socioeconomic status and offer tutoring as well as short presentations of the interest to the middle school students.
Club Constitution: Statistics.docx
Lenore Desilets, DesiletsLenore@deanza.edu, 408-864-8703
Student Nurse Organization
Informs, guides and supports nursing students.
Club Constitution: SNO.docx
Jean Burke, BurkeJean@deanza.edu, 408-864-8897
Students of Success
The purpose of this club is to help students strengthen their professional skills by interacting preparing them for success in the business world. The officers will communicate these lessons through public speaking activities, resume writing workshops, team building simulations, volunteering opportunities, and inactive preparation techniques.
Club Constitution: SoS.docx
Ishmael Tarikh, TarikhIshmael@deanza.edu, 408-864-8460
The 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.docx
Edward Lam, LamEdward@deanza.edu
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.docx
Danny Tran, TranDanny@deanza.edu
IDEA has the purpose of becoming an incubator for ideas that can help the world. We want to inspire people to critically think about problems in the world and come up with ideas, then we will work on it as a group to try to establish it in the world. Because we believe that change can come from an idea.
Club Constitution: IDEA.docx
Jerry Rosenberg, RosenbergJerry@deanza.edu
Manizeh Zand, ZandManizeh@deanza.edu
International Student Volunteers (ISV)
We are the international student volunteers. We are a cub based around community service for all De Anza students willing to partakein volunteering for several nonprofit organizations in the Bay Area. We try to involve more international students in volunteering for them to be more familiar with the community.
Club Constitution: ISV.docx
Amanda Lien, LienAmanda@deanza.edu
Red Cross, De Anza (DARC)
The purpose of the club is to educate the De Anza student body on preventing and responding during times of disasters, and to provide relief to the victims of emergencies.
Club Constitution: RedCross.docx
The Helping Hands
The Helping Hands exists to help out the less fortunate within our community. We are a passionate group of individuals that are striving to become the catalyst for change. We are a club dedicated to giving back to the community through weekly volunteer opportunities.
Club Constitution: TheHelpingHands.docx
UNICEF De Anza
UNICEF De Anza strives to make UNICEF De Anza to be known as the true advocate of children’s well-being. We fundraise to gain financial support for children’s betterment and volunteer for causes involving children.
Club Constitution: UNICEF.docx
Amy leonard, LeonardAmy@deanza.edu, 408-864-8600
Chinese Students and Scholars Association (CSSA)
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: CSSA.docx
Hua-Fu Liu, LiuHuaFu@deanza.edu, 408-864-5324
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.docx
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.docx
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.docx
Young Hwa Jung
Movimiento Estudiantil Chicano de Aztlán (M.E.Ch.A.)
M.E.Ch.A is a student organization that promotes higher education, culture, and history. M.E.Ch.A was founded on the principles of self-determination of the liberation of our people. We believe that political involvement and education is the avenue for change in our society.
Club Constitution: MEChA.docx
Juan Gamboa, GamboaJuan@deanza.edu, 408-864-8973
Felipe Ponce, PonceFelipe@deanza.edu
PUSO (Pilipino Unity Student Organization)
The Pilipino Unity Student Organization (PUSO) strives to educate community members about Pilipinx history, culture, and current events through workshops and events. PUSO lives on the idea of "Kapamilya," or family, where we celebrate our identity and support each other for positive change within ourselves, the community, and abroad.
Club Constitution: PUSO.docx
Facebook: Pilipino Unity Student Organization (@deanzapuso)
Twitter: PUSO (@deanzapuso)
Instagram: De Anza PUSO (@deanzapuso)
Sherwin Mendoza, MendozaSherwin@deanza.edu
Vivian Bejarin, BejarinVivian@deanza.edu
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: PISO.docx
Doli Bambhania, BambhaniaDoli@deanza.edu, 408-864-5382
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.docx
Hua-Fu Liu, LiuHuaFu@deanza.edu, 408-864-5324
The Pacific Bridge
We are here for the formation of the cultural bridge between Asia and America connecting international students and American students by addressing ways to deal with racial stereotypes. How to protect yourself in this country, and also topics connecting roots of one’s social norms by committing projects of bridging students together and volunteer services.
Club Constitution: PacificBridge.docx
Deborah Pasturel, PasturelDeborah@deanza.edu
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.docx
Website: VSA De Anza College (Facebook Page)
Facebook: De Anza College Vietnamese Student Association (Facebook Group)
K. D. Le, LeKD@deanza.edu, 408-864-5673
The purpose of the club is to provide space for healing promote women’s studies scholarship, pursue and promote social justice work centered on women of color.
Club Constitution: WomenEmpowered.docx
Francesca Caparas, CaparasFrancesca@deanza.edu
Political Revolution, De Anza (DAPR)
To engage students in the political process and empower them to make change in local government through canvassing, phone calls, direct action, movie screening and data collection.
Club Constitution: PoliticalRevolution.docx
Nicky Yuen, 408-864-8535
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.docx
Li Wei Sun, SunLiWei@deanza.edu, 408-864-5329
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.docx
Facebook: InterVarsity at De Anza
Carolyn Wilkins-Greene, WilkinsGreeneCarolyn@deanza.edu, 408-864-5329
Muslim Student Association (MSA)
The purpose of the Muslim Student Association (MSA) is to bring Muslims and non-Muslims together here at De Anza, providing a sage space and a community for anyone involved.
Club Constitution: MSA.docx
Facebook: De Anza MSA
Lori Clinchard, ClinchardLori@deanza.edu, 408-864-8988
Saltworks Christian Fellowship
To help students develop a deeper relationship with God, build friendships and prepare for life after college.
Club Constitution: Saltworks.docx
Susan Edman, EdmanSusan@deanza.edu, 408-864-8251
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.docx
Homer Tong, TongHomer@deanza.edu, 408-864-8678
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.docx
Laquisha Beckum, BeckumLaquisha@deanza.edu
Mctate Stroman, StromanMctate@deanza.edu
To inform and expose its members to the animated art form known as anime through discussions, viewings and outings.
Club Constitution: Anime.docx
Charles Ramskov, RamskovCharles@deanza.edu, 408-864-8853
Cyber Security AKA CyberSec
The purpose of the club is focused on providing students with information security education and opportunities. We teach both offensive and defensive security in the following areas: network security, wireless security, physical activity, web app security, binary exploitation, reverse engineering, pen testing, red teaming, social engineering, and forensics.
Club Constitution: CyberSecurity.docx
Joseph Lipsig, LipsigJoseph@deanza.edu, 408-864-5712
Filmmakers Union, De Anza (DAFU)
If you love movies, then why not make one?
Club Constitution: FilmmakersUnion.docx
Milena Grozeva, GrozevaMilena@deanza.edu
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.docx
Rupinder Sekhon, SekhonRupinder@deanza.edu, 408-864-8947
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.docx
Facebook: Medical Outreach Association
Gregory Druehl, DruehlGregory@deanza.edu, 408-864-8598
David Hamilton, HamiltonDavid@deanza.edu
Outdoor Club of De Anza College
Camping, kayaking, backpacking, surfing and other activities. (Most designed for beginners as well as experienced.)
Club Constitution: Outdoor.docx
Mary Donahue, DonahueMary@deanza.edu
Pop Music Club
The purpose of the club is to Increase the diversity of De Anza College Club by promoting pop music, help member of the club to better understand pop music, teach member of the club how to play certain instruments and how to sing better and host music events on campus for those who like to listen to pop music.
Club Constitution: PopMusic.docx
Kristin Skager, SkagerKristin@deanza.edu, 408-864-8477
Table Tennis Association of De Anza (DATTA)
The purpose of this club is to establish an environment which enables student to play Table Tennis recreationally. It also acts as a medium to promote Table Tennis among communities in De Anza College
Club Constitution: TableTennis.docx
Jason Bram, BramJason@deanza.edu, 408-864-8654
Tech and Business Association
To study and share about engineering and business so that motivate people who getting bored or having really hard time with their major. Focusing on group projects and brining up leadership to prepare future goals.
Club Constitution: TechBusiness.docx
Anu Sharma, SharmaAnu@deanza.edu
The De Anza Network (AKA "The Network")
An all-inclusive club for building students’ and alumni’s social and professional network with peers. With its current 165 registered students and growing, we offer weekly events, training, and informative speakers to assist the academic, SOCIAL, and professional development of our members.
Club Constitution: TheNetwork.docx
Gary Niedermier, NiedermierGary@deanza.edu
Dan Salah, SalahDan@deanza.edu, 408-864-5563
Jackson Yan, YanJackson@deanza.edu
De Anza eSports was created with the intent of helping members of the De Anza community become more involved as spectators, players, and producers of the eSports community. The club hopes to support as many of the games that contribute to eSports as possible.
Club Constitution: eSports.docx
The badminton club welcomes players of all levels, ranging from beginners to advanced players. We hope to provide a place where students can meet others of similar interest, build relationships, and most of all, have fun and enjoy this sport.
Club Constitution: Badminton.docx
Facebook: De Anza College Badminton Club
Mark Landefeld, LandefeldMark@deanza.edu
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.docx
C. J. Jones, JonesCJ@deanza.edu, 408-864-8594
Melodie Cheney, CheneyMelodie@deanza.edu, 408-864-8342
The purpose of this club is to provide a nurturing enviroment for De Anza’s dancers. Our goal will always be growth, and we do so together.
Club Constitution: GRAND.docx
Vernon Gallegos, GallegosVernon@deanza.edu, 408-864-8506
This club is indoor Rock Climbing club. The purpose of this club is to spread indoor Rock Climbing and promote other people’s health.
Club Constitution: KoalaTree.docx
Cecilia Hui, HuiCecilia@deanza.edu, 408-864-8383
Shotokan Karate Club
Practices and promotes the Japanese martial art of Shotokan Karate. We are involved in tournaments, demonstrations, workshops and social activities.
Club Constitution: ShotokanKarate.docx
Pete Rabbitt, RabbittPete@deanza.edu, 408-864-8352
Hong Kong Student Association
Provide Hong Kong international students a facility to support each other in cultural adjustment, learning, and expanding social community at the same time.
Club Constitution: HKSA.docx
Facebook: De anza HKSA
NAMI-DA on Campus Club
The purpose of the club is to provide support for, raise awareness of, and improve the lives of those affected with mental illnesses within De Anza College. This club has an official affiliation with NAMI, the National Alliance on Mental Illness.
Club Constitution: NAMI-DA.docx
Shannon Hassett, HassettShannon@deanza.edu
Get more information on any of the above 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:
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