Clubs and Organizations
Each campus has a culture that is as diverse its student body. Each offers an opportunity for teamwork and leadership. Can’t find a club that suits your interests? You can start a new organization from scratch.
The purpose of the Abstract Dance Team is to allow students the opportunity to express themselves through dance while learning various dance styles.
Advisor: Merlene Purkiss
CAB is MDC Kendall's official student programming board that plans, promotes, and produces social activities for the student body. Special events include comedians, musicians, hypnotists, and other novelty entertainment.
The purpose of this club is to help students on campus explore spirituality.
Advisor: Manuel Duasso
To foster the spiritual, intellectual and social interests of students, staff and faculty of the college.
Advisor: Elizabeth de Arazoza
Meet other students interested in Computers, Information Technology, and Gaming. Workshops, gaming competitions, and guest speakers are typical activities for this club.
Advisor: Raphael (Ralph) de Arazoza
To provide an avenue for students interested in all aspects of theatre to develop and share their craft through Small-scale performances on the Kendall Campus and in the local community.
Advisor: Deborah Mello
Special-interest, social-club that promotes academic excellence, school spirit and community reach for women.
Organized for the large number of engineering students on campus. The club plans various field trips and arranges for on campus speakers to address the student body.
Robert Ian Davis
Strives to interest competent young men and women in the field of teaching.
Advisor: Annmarie Masi
To promote literature and the arts on campus as well as provide service to local and global communities.
Advisor: Carlos Gonzalez
To train young talented dance students who seek careers in the professional field of dance.
Advisor: Michelle Grant Murray
To educate the community on the importance of spaying and neutering cats and aiding in the control of population of cats.
Advisor: Catalina Aristazabal
To train students in eight different math subareas for state/national – wide math competition on a regular basis.
Phi Beta Lambda (PBL) is the premier student organization for business majors in the United States. The organization was founded by Columbia University in 1937 to provide academic based competitions for students in business programs throughout the United States. The organization has a long history of bringing students and business professionals together. Kendall Campus is home to a multiple award-winning chapter of PBL.
- Develop competent, aggressive business leadership.
- Strengthen the confidence of students in themselves and their work.
- Create more interest in and understanding of American business enterprise.
- Encourage members in the development of individual projects that contribute to the improvement of home, business, and community.
- Develop character, prepare for useful citizenship, and foster patriotism.
- Encourage and practice efficient money management.
- Encourage scholarship and promote school loyalty.
- Assist students in the establishment of occupational goals.
- Facilitate the transition from school to work.
To encourage interest in physics and to enable creative ideas in students of all ages.
Advisor: Jose A. Orta
To gather those students with interest in photography and provide opportunities for them to exchange their knowledge and skills.
Advisor: Antonio Chirinos
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To helping fund treatments for cancer needy patients who have no medical insurance.
Advisor: Lawrence Mailloux
Provide opportunities, provide forum for one’s perspectives, enhance leadership, and greater opportunities for students in the psychology field.
Deborah C. Powell
Provide Psychology majors with current career information, occupational trends, and transfer information in the discipline of psychology.
Deborah C. Powell
Work to develop human health, resources, regarding infectious diseases, in order to establish awareness, education, and prevention programs. As well as, link up with already established non-profit organizations with the aim to aid the world in the reducing poverty, proving clean water, shelter and infrastructure development, and prevention of infectious diseases.
Advisor: Stuart Williams
To organize projects to help others in the community and to understand the free enterprise system.
Student-led movement that seeks to bring about equal rights and opportunities for all.
Advisor: Cary D. Ser
To offer a welcoming hand to new students who have chosen an art major or show an interest in any of the performing and visual arts.
Advisor: Alberto Meza
An organization of students that seeks to minister to the spiritual needs of the students of Miami Dade College through prayer, discipleship, evangelism, and fellowship. Also, to provide an organization and atmosphere through which students can have an opportunity to worship God.
Advisor: Silvia Taveras
Student Government Association (SGA)
The Student Government Association is the voice of the student body and represents students' interests and concerns to the campus leadership. Through Student Government, students build leadership, organizational and communication skills. They also have the opportunity to represent the student body in campus, collage, and statewide meetings.
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