American MarketingAssociation - The Saint Marys College American Marketing Association Collegiate Chapter (SMCAMA) provides students of all majors with the opportunity to learn and apply principles of business and marketing, stay current with the trends in the marketing field, as well as network with professionals. Email: [email protected]
Colleges Against Cancer- The Colleges Against Cancer club of Saint Mary's College is sponsored by the American Cancer Society and is dedicated to spreading awareness about cancer prevention on college campuses nationwide. The club will advocate, implement, and participate in events that promote cancer awareness. These include American Cancer Society sponsored events such as the Relay For Life and educational activities that spread awareness. The students, staff, and faculty as a whole, will work together to educate the Saint Mary's College campus on cancer prevention and services. Email: [email protected]">
FACE AIDS - FACE AIDS is a national organization founded and run by students who are driven and dedicated to service specifically to help fight the HIV/AIDS pandemic. our chapter will focus on fundraising for comprehensive care for those affected by HIV/AIDS in Rwanda because we believe in caring for the whole individual's needs rather than just the medical and physical ones. Email: [email protected]
Gael Brotherhood - Organized society of men united in a community of companionship and brotherhood; dedicated to the intellectual, physical, emotional, and social development of its members. Email: [email protected]
Gael Sisterhood - Gael Sisterhood envisions an inclusive community of dedicated and passionate women who seek to uphold high standards of leadership achievement through acts of civil service, all the while creating a strong-rooted support system enveloped with honesty, integrity, compassion, and trust so that we may build connections.
Habitat for Humanity - This club, supported by International Habitat for Humanity, serves the greater community by assisting in the creation of homes in the community. Email: [email protected]
Peer Health Exchange- Peer Health Exchange is a national non-profit organization that trains college students to teach a comprehensive health curriculum in public high schools that lack health education.
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Project Green -Students involved with Project Green promote sustainable initiatives including recycling, reducing waste, and awareness of global warming. Email: [email protected]