Getting involved in a club or organization is a great way for you to explore your interest areas, gain valuable experiences outside of the classroom, meet your fellow students, and get connected to the MassBay community. MassBay offers a wide-range of student-run campus clubs which provide opportunities to explore new social, cultural, educational and professional experiences. Whatever your interests, MassBay has a student organization for you. Get involved today! If you have questions about any of the clubs listed below, or you want information, email firstname.lastname@example.org
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American Sign Language (ASL) Club
The American Sign language club is for students to socialize and practice their sign language in a community setting. The ASL Club will provide a community deaf, hard-of-hearing, and ASL students to interact and encourage the use and practice of American Sign Language in the MassBay community.
Meeting times: Wednesdays, 1:00-2:00pm Wellesley 300
Club Contacts: Advisor, John Dunn email@example.com President, Joanna Beer firstname.lastname@example.org
The Brazilian Club welcomes students of all academic fields who wish to help the community through volunteer activities; the main focus is to help the Brazilian community living in Massachusetts. Also, we are happy to share and teach a little about the warm Brazilian culture and create a network to support each other during the school year.
Meeting times: TBD
Club Contacts: Advisor, Sarah Cooper email@example.com, President, Tamires Miorini Sobral da Costa firstname.lastname@example.org
The Mission of the Business Club is to enhance interest in business, encourage ethical business behavior, promote professionalism and leadership and encourage more participation in philanthropic endeavors. The Club provides an opportunity for students using learned business skills to engage in fund raisers for worthy causes and community service. The Club also provides students interested in business an opportunity to network with business professionals and leaders, to learn more about, and understand the role of business in our society.
Meeting times: Tuesdays, 2:30pm-3:30pm Wellesley 503
Club Contacts: Advisor, Carolyn Gould email@example.com President, Pedro Garcia firstname.lastname@example.org
Creative Writing Club
The Creative Writing Club’s mission is to foster a supportive environment at MassBay for writers of any form or genre to create, share, workshop, and showcase their writing.
Meeting times: Tuesdays 2:00-3:00pm W134
Club Contacts: Advisors, Matt Walsh email@example.com President, Sophia Maurer firstname.lastname@example.org
Cyber Security Club
The Cyber Security Club provides an opportunity for students of all majors who have a vested interest in cyber security in all aspects of the field from its history to modern day trends. The club will focus both on educating members concerning different concepts of information and cyber security and application in hands-on group projects and collegiate cyber competitions.
Meeting times: TBD
Club Contacts: President Brian Averill email@example.com
Disney Dreamers is a group dedicated to gathering students to discuss, analyze, and share Disney knowledge and experience through knowledge, trivia, movies, songs, and current social media for student enjoyment and community.
Meeting Times: Fridays, 2-3pm W315
Club Contacts: Advisor, Josh Cheney firstname.lastname@example.org President, Abigail Zajac email@example.com
Early Childhood Club
The Early Childhood Club offers students an opportunity to work as a team on service projects which impact families in need of assistance with children in local early childhood programs.
Meeting times: TBD
Club Contacts: Advisor Rita Rzezuski firstname.lastname@example.org President Alyssa Battista email@example.com
The Engineering Club has the common goal of expanding student skills and knowledge of engineering disciplines. Students develop projects using Arduino, Raspberry Pi, and SolidWorks. Members of the club will prototype SolidWorks modules and print them on the MassBay 3D printer, and will learn programming languages to program them.
Meeting Times: Mondays, 1:00-2:00pm W320
Club Contacts: Advisor, Marina Bograd firstname.lastname@example.org President, Lydia Tonani email@example.com
The mission of the Equality Alliance is to provide the MassBay community a safe space to be themselves and provide awareness and education about issues facing the LGBTQ+ community in the local area and in the world.
If you are interested in joining the Equality Alliance, please email Katie Cronmiller at firstname.lastname@example.org to be connected with the organization
The Massbay Gamer’s guild is dedicated to fostering a community at Massbay through games of all sorts. It’s our mission to ensure members of our club have fun and make friends through the games that we all enjoy or play. The club is representative of all kinds of Gamers, whether you play Tabletop Games, Board Games, Video Games, Card Games, or just really like Rock, Paper, and Scissors.
Meeting times: Fridays, 12:00pm-5:00pm Wellesley 314
Club Contacts: Advisor, Sean Fortney email@example.com President, Jonathan Stahl firstname.lastname@example.org
Human Services Club
The Human Services club is an organization to have students meet with Human Services professionals and other students interested in the Human Services Field. The club does a variety of things such as go to conferences, attend special events, meet professionals, raise money for causes, fundraise for the scholarship fund for Human Service students at MassBay and work together for the greater good.
Meeting Times: Mondays, 9:00-10:00am Framingham Cafeteria Lower Level
Club Contacts: Advisor Elizabeth Watson email@example.com President Ally Kazanjian firstname.lastname@example.org
The purpose of the club is to hold social, cultural, and educational events to inform and educate the community at large about the Vedic tradition and heritage of Indians. It is open to all students and MassBay community The Club serves students and college community by holding large events.
Club Contacts: Advisor Mona Khaitan email@example.com President Mehar Singh firstname.lastname@example.org
The club serves MassBay students by promoting tolerance and acceptance amongst different cultures and lifestyles present in our student population. We are hoping to create awareness of the issues that international students are affected.
Check out the next International Club Lunch Hours: Lebanon: Friday March 6th 12:00pm Ashland Technology Center
Club Contacts: Advisor Claudia Ortiz email@example.com President Isis Sanchez Zarate firstname.lastname@example.org
Legal Studies and Criminal Justice Club
The Legal Studies & Criminal Justice Club is open to all students and holds several events throughout the academic year, including the Veteran's Day Star Event and Living the Law Speaker Series. Additionally, networking events, guest speakers, career panels and field trips may be scheduled throughout the year. Club related events will whenever possible be scheduled during the Common Hour with advance notice to all club members. Email either Professor Lucciola at email@example.com or Professor Bastien at firstname.lastname@example.org to become a Club member and be placed on the Legal Studies and Criminal Justice Club member email list for notification about any upcoming Club events.
Life Sciences Club
The Life Sciences Club provides the opportunity for students of all majors who have an interest in biology, zoology, botany, or any other studies related to living things. The club will focus on educating members in key biology and genetics concepts through discussions of science news and journal articles, and hands-on group projects such as hydroponics and aquaculture.
Club Contacts: Advisor, Jessica Smith-Rohrberg email@example.com President, Arakel Almasian firstname.lastname@example.org
MassBay Film Society
The MassBay Film Society provides students with a chance to view and discuss movies of all types as well as to provide an opportunity to learn about and engage in making films.
Meeting times: Wednesdays, 1:00-2:00pm Wellesley 316
Club Contacts: Advisor, Richard Williams email@example.com President, Henryki Drumond firstname.lastname@example.org
MassBay Veterans Club
The purpose of this organization is to unite students with the common goal of looking after the personal, academic and social wellbeing of MassBay Veterans of the United States Armed Services.
Meeting times: Wednesdays, 1:00pm-2:00pm Wellesley Bunker
Club Contacts: Advisor, Donald Dohery email@example.com President, Anthony Luz firstname.lastname@example.org
The Nature club brings together students to enjoy the beauty of nature and help to preserve it. Our goal is to enjoy nature through hiking, camping, and other fun activities! We also want to do our part to help in its preservation through volunteer work.
Meeting times: Mondays, 1:00-2:00pm Wellesley 315
Club Contacts: Advisor, Dennis Walsh email@example.com President, Nathaniel Hansche firstname.lastname@example.org
The Nurses Club is a club comprised of students from all academic fields who wish to contribute to the community by performing volunteer activities. It is also a supportive network of students who meet once a month to discuss the challenges of being a college student and help one another to resolve some of these challenges.
Meeting Times: Next meeting Monday, March 9th at 2:15pm- 3:15pm Framingham 323
Club Contacts: Advisor, Debbie Lovewell email@example.com President Christina DiRado
The Photography Club is a dedicated place for all photography enthusiasts at Massbay to talk about and share their work. We encourage both digital and analog photographers to attend. Even if you're just really into taking selfies, drop by! Our mission is to provide an encouraging and positive environment for Massbay students to be able to show off their work, talk about upcoming projects and works of theirs, and discuss technical aspects of cameras and other photography processes.
Meeting Times: Alternating Wednesdays, 1:00-2:00pm W136 (March 11th, 25th, April 8th, 22nd, May 6th)
Club Contacts: Advisor, Ryan Welch firstname.lastname@example.org President, Martha Anderson email@example.com
The Psychology Club will provide students who have an interest in psychology a chance to discuss ideas and topics and find pathways in the field
Meeting Times: Wednesdays, 1:00-2:00pm Wellesely 311
Club Contacts: Advisor, Brian Jones firstname.lastname@example.org Co-President, Keith Miller email@example.com and Co-President, Matt Mori firstname.lastname@example.org
The Rotaract club provides students with the opportunity to exchange ideas with leaders in the community, develop leadership and professional skills, and have fun through service. The Rotaract Club provides students with professional development opportunities in conjunction with the Wellesley Rotary Club and through providing service to the community.
Meeting Times: Mondays, 1:00-2:00pm Wellesley 132 (Career Services Center)
Club Contacts: Advisor, Julie Ginn email@example.com President Pedro Garcia firstname.lastname@example.org