Automotive Technology Club
Overview: Membership is comprised of students in the automotive programs. Participants fundraise throughout the year to attend the annual Chicago Auto Show.
Advisors: Ross Nevienski – firstname.lastname@example.org
Facebook: Auto Club
Beta Rho Zeta (BRZ) Chapter of Phi Theta Kappa (PTK)
Overview: Members have access to $37 million in scholarships; state and national leadership functions; and social/service events designed to create professional connections. Membership is offered to students who have completed at least 12 credits with a 3.5 or higher cumulative GPA.
Advisors: Krista Reince – email@example.com, Carrie Heckendorf – firstname.lastname@example.org, Amy Gajweski – email@example.com
Chapter Administrator: Shawn Sullivan – firstname.lastname@example.org
Facebook: BRZ Chapter of PTK
Visit the PTK section of our website for more details.
Business Professionals of America (BPA)
Overview: BPA support students pursuing careers in accounting, business management, office administration, information technology, marketing, graphic design, and more. Annually they participate in regional, state, and national leadership conferences and competitions.
Advisors: Dianne Carroll – email@example.com, Carrie Heckendorf – firstname.lastname@example.org
Facebook: BPA at NTC
Overview: We are students from a diverse mix of programs who are passionate about sharing our Timberwolf experience with peers and prospective students. We are known for our friendliness, enthusiasm, outstanding work ethic, and positive attitude. More than a club, Campus Ambassador is a paid student employment opportunity. Learn more about this unique group of students. (Formerly known as Timberwolf Champions.)
Advisors: Karissa Zastrow – email@example.com
Overview: Computer Club provides a venue for IT students to interact, share and learn from each other. The club also focuses on networking by bringing in local employers as speakers for club meetings and donating time/talents to the local community.
Advisors: Jake Seever – firstname.lastname@example.org, Josh Stutting – email@example.com
Facebook: NTC Computer Club
Criminal Justice Club
Overview: With a strong tie to the local community and a focus on employability, members of the Criminal Justice Club will network with local employers and agencies through community service based events while tackling common interveiw questions at each club meeting. Their annual Spring Criminal Justice Conference is attended by students from across the state!
Advisors: Mr. Fiene – firstname.lastname@example.org, Mr. Kecker – email@example.com, Mr. Soberg – firstname.lastname@example.org
Facebook: NTC CJ Club
Culinary Arts Club
Overview: Tickle your tastebuds and put your culinary skills to work outside the classroom by participating in Culinary Arts Club. Annual participants in The Big Taste.
Advisors: Chef Brock Decker – email@example.com, Chef Travis Teska – firstname.lastname@example.org, Chef Jon Reinke – email@example.com
Facebook: NTC Culinary
Definitions Not Applicable (DNA)
Overview: DNA is a currently forming student club seeking to provide an atmosphere of support and acceptance for all NTC students, regardless of sexual orientation or gender identity. They strive daily to enrich the lives of members through social and cultural experiences, a nd to encourage open-mindedness and tolerance within our community. Whether you identify within the LGBT+ community or you are an Ally and want to learn more, this club is for you! Contact any of the three club advisors to get connected.
Advisors: Nick Lampone – firstname.lastname@example.org, Amanda Paulson-Myrblom – email@example.com, Kaya Saia – firstname.lastname@example.org
Dental Hygiene Club
Overview: If you’re looking to expand your professional skills and have a passion for service, look no further than the Dental Hygiene Club. With a focus on community involvement, professionalism and promoting oral hygiene, this club is always a contender for Club of the Year. Annually they participate in Star of the North.
Advisors: Jennifer Sawvell – email@example.com, Aleena Lepak, firstname.lastname@example.org
Diesel Technician’s Club
Overview: The purpose of this student club is promote camaraderie and fellowship among students in the Diesel Technician and Technology programs and ot promote awareness of the programs among the general student body and surrounding communities.
Advisors: James Eckardt – email@example.com, Andrew Borski – firstname.lastname@example.org
Forest Products Club
Overview: Located at the Antigo campus, Forest Products Club is an active group that raises money for scholarships and club events.
Advisors: Logan Wells – email@example.com
Overview: Open to all students, I-Sign hosts monthly events to bring together the Deaf Community and practice sign language skills. Their annual Winter Wonderland is a favorite event!
Advisors: Vicki Shapiro – firstname.lastname@example.org, Chanel Wettengel – email@example.com
Overview: With field trips to local employers, opportunities to manufacture parts (work experience!), and participation in Skills USA, members of Machinist’s Club add another level to their classroom education while forming friendships along the way.
Advisors: Jeff Block – firstname.lastname@example.org
Facebook: NTC Machinist’s
Medical Laboratory Technician Club
Overview: The Medical Laboratory Technical Club creates opportunities for students to network with and learn from local employers during club meetings. They host two blood drives annually and participate in the ASCLS state conference and quiz bowl.
Advisors: Cory Sullivan – email@example.com
Facebook: MLT Group
National Home Builders Association (NAHB)
Overview: As an active club on campus, members of NAHB can anticipate their employment, professional, and soft skills will grow through participation. Industry related field trips and the annual NAHB Construction Management Competition are members’ favorites!
Advisors: Travis Severson – firstname.lastname@example.org, Mike Block – email@example.com
NTC Christian Fellowship
Overview: NTC Christian Fellowship is a vibrant campus ministry that establishes and advances witnessing communities of students and faculty.
Advisors: Kristi Clifford – firstname.lastname@example.org
NTC Pole Climbers Club
Overview: This club supports Electrical Power Distribution student members with career preparation, fellowship and teamwork. Members will be exposed to a variety of opportunities including visiting worksites, networking with employers, career workshops and other club activities.
Advisors: Marc Cegielski – email@example.com
Professional Agricultural Students (PAS)
Overview: The purpose of the PAS is to provide opportunities to develop the skills needed to enter and advance in careers in agriculture, agribusiness, horticulture and natural resources. The National PAS provides opportunities for individual growth, leadership and career preparation. Annual participants in state and national PAS competitions.
Advisors: Charl Van der Nest – firstname.lastname@example.org, Trevor Frank – email@example.com
Facebook: NTC PAS
Overview: The purpose of Radiography Club is three fold: 1.) Develop professional relationships, leadership skills, communication skills, and team building skills with others in the field. 2.) To raise funds to assist with the financial costs of attendance at professional society meetings and meeting attendance and hold fun activities. 3.) To donate time for community service programs or a local charity.
Advisors: Amber Schuck – firstname.lastname@example.org, Amy Stephens – email@example.com
Facebook: Radiography Group
Student Chapter of the National Association of Veterinary Technician in America (aka Vet Tech Club)
Overview: The purpose of SCNAVTA is to promote professional and educational advancement of veterinary technicians while also promoting progressing and humane medical care for all creatures.
Advisor: Nicole Getzloff – firstname.lastname@example.org
Student Nurses Association (SNA)
Overview: Give yourself a competitive employment edge with active participation in SNA. Club events are designed to connect you with local employers, increase your skills, enhance your learning, and create long-lasting bonds. SNA is a regular contender for Club of the Year!
Advisors: Morgan Earnest – email@example.com, Laura Dickinson – firstname.lastname@example.org
Facebook: NTC SNA
Timberwolf Productions Club
Overview: Utlizing the strengths of students from Graphic Communications, Video Productions, and IT, this is one club you don’t want to miss! Participate in an annual film festival, collaborate with other clubs for production opportunities, and stretch your creative muscles.
Advisors: Jordan Innes – email@example.com
Facebook: Timberwolf Productions
Overview: Timberwolf Voices is the official voice of the student body, advocating on behalf of students to the campus community and the state. We work collaboratively with college officials and Student Life to ensure the rights, interests, and concerns of the student body are represented at every level of the College decision making process. Learn More.
Advisors: Krista Reince – firstname.lastname@example.org, Keira Simmons – email@example.com
Overview: Interested in meeting other veterans and service members? Connect with the Veterans Club to help you success while you’re at NTC and after graduation.
Advisors: Tou Yang – firstname.lastname@example.org, Ben Bliese – email@example.com
Facebook: NTC Vet Club
Overview: The Wolfpack is your link to campus events and happenings. We work closely with Student Life to create the Timberwolf experience through event creation, promotion, and evaluation. Join us to help create the campus community. Learn More.
Advisors: Keira Simmons – firstname.lastname@example.org, Krista Reince – email@example.com
Overview: Join the Welding Club to network with potential employers, enhance teamwork skills, develop leadership skills, and participate in Skills USA.
Advisors: Dan Grabko – firstname.lastname@example.org, Veronica Hope – email@example.com, Jessie Richardson – firstname.lastname@example.org
Women in Industry Club
Overview: Women in Industry is a currently forming student club seeking to provide an atmosphere of collaboration, support and resources for female students pursuing non-traditional occupations. In addition to networking with professionals, the group plans to give back through volunteerism, and will participate in the Women in Manufacturing organization.
Advisors: Heidi Latendresse – email@example.com, Veronica Hope – firstname.lastname@example.org, Jila Nikpay – email@example.com