Clubs

Do you have a passion or interest you want to share with others?

Think about joining a club – or create a club if it doesn’t already exist! To join a club listed below, connect via the contact information provided.

Create a club

Renew an existing club

If you have any questions about the clubs, please email GCSA VP Internal Shannon Kelly or call 705.728.1968, ext. 5257

CURRENT CLUBS

 

Canadian Society of Club Managers – Student Branch (CSCM-SB)

The CSCM creates great clubs through excellence in professional club management in the Canadian Club Industry. We aim to promote and develop the profession of club management by providing information and education to members, including career opportunities and networking forums.

Email tylerjdbishop@gmail.com for details.

 

 

CICE Social Club

The purpose of the CICE Social is to bring students together to have a relaxing fun-filled time, while enjoying the company of their peers.

Email Mathew Bonneau at 200281083@student.georgianc.on.ca for details.

 

CE (Culture Exchange) Club

This club offers a common platform in the form of on-campus events for students and staff to come together, broaden their minds, and experience culture from across the globe.

Email Umar Shah for details.

 

 

Chinese Christian Students’ Fellowship

This clubs gets Chinese students at Georgian to come together to study the bible and helps college freshmen with their life and study needs.

Email Lin Yang for details.

 

EAP/International Dragon Boat Club

This club:

  • provides English for Academic Purposes (EAP)/international students the opportunity to experience and develop team building skills through participation in a competitive team event
  • promotes opportunities for interaction with and integration into the larger community
  • provides opportunities for volunteerism through fundraising for a scholarship fund for EAP/International students

Email Catherine Vellinga for details.

 

Georgian Anime Club

The Georgian Anime club is about bringing Anime and Japanese culture to campus, whether it is through anime/manga, food or other hobbies. Those interested in Anime or Japanese culture, or who would like to experience something new, are welcome to join.

Email for details.

 

Georgian College Caribbean and African Student Association

This club promotes globalization and diversification and promotes cultures with a main focus of the African and Caribbean culture, which creates and promotes friendliness among students and active members.

Email for details.

 

Georgian College Electric Vehicle (EV) Racing Club

The EV club designs, builds, tests and races an electric vehicle – a single seat, three- or four-wheel car, massing about 150kg and powered by a 12-volt deep cycle car battery. Team members build a new car every year which is entered into an EV challenge race hosted by the University of Waterloo in June.

Email Mark Reckzin for details.

 

Georgian College Smash Bros. Club

This club is dedicated to hosting tournaments and events for the Super Smash Bros. game series.

Email Stefan Dibiagio for details.

 

 

Georgian Equestrian Club

The Equestrian Team and Club competes with other colleges and universities under OUEA circuit (catch riding equitation) – while the club has no commitment to shows or lessons, they are encouraged to join! The club offers a social gathering for all equestrian students to connect and grow. Email team captain Julia Mason with questions about the club – Go Grizzles Go!

 

 

Georgian Kodiaks Bowling

This club provides weekly recreational bowling opportunities for both domestic and international students to promote a balanced campus lifestyle and to socialize and enjoy the local community. There are also themed nights for staff, varsity athletes and international students!

Email for details.

 

 

Georgian Pride

This club is committed to promoting and creating a safe and inclusive environment for the lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transsexual (LGBT) community. Georgian Pride aims to create change through awareness and education by organizing various events, workshops and activities.

Email for details.

 

 

JIBFEST

This club offers Snow Resort Operations (SRO) students the practical experience of running a ski industry event while using skills in administrative, marketing and operations departments.

Email for details.

 

 

Junior Muskoka District Chef’s Association (JMDCA)

This club promotes activities and events for the school and community using chef skills taught by Georgian College.

Email Christopher Sheridan for details.

 

 

Makers’ Club

This club was created to establish a place of creative learning in technological innovation and training. In the spirit of open source technology, all Georgian students are welcome to join. The Makers’ Club recently received a $250,000 donation to go toward a brand new club room!

Email Brodie Po for details.

 

 

Nachda Rangla Punjab

This club promotes co-curricular activities. We listen to the problems and concerns of international students and promote every culture. We represent the college in dance competition (any form) and organize religious events.

Email Ramandeep Singh for details.

Watch us on YouTube

YouTube Channel: Husan Sandhu

 

Super Smash Bros. Club

This club is for students who love to play Smash Bros. competitively, and for fun. It’s a great way to make friends and meet other students.

Email Tyler Micks for details.

 

 

The League of Extraordinary Gamers

This social gaming tabletop group allows for disconnects from electronic devices and encouraging interactivity, ideas, decompression from stress, and meeting new people.

Email David DaCosta for details.

 

Victor’s Charity Group

This club is comprised of Communicative Disorders Assistant (CDA) program students. Our mandate is to raise awareness and funding in support of Georgian College CDA alumnus Victor Musowa in his mission to provide speech, language and hearing therapy to all children in his community of Malawi, Africa. All funds raised will help the AbleKids Rehab Clinic in Malawi gain access to food, equipment and the facilities required to provide services to those in need.

Email Martha Palm-Leis for details.

Do you have a passion or interest you want to share with others?

Think about joining a club, or create a club if it doesn’t already exist!

Current clubs/associations:

  • Child and Youth Worker (CYW) Task Force
  • Justice and Public Safety Institute (JPSI) Task Force
  • Early Childhood Education (ECE) Spirit Club
  • Everyone for Equality (E4E)
  • ASL (Sign Language)
  • Creative Café

Email Orillia GCSA for a full list of clubs and associations on campus.

Do you have a passion or interest you want to share with others?

Think about joining a club, or create a club if it doesn’t already exist!

Email Owen Sound GCSA for a full list of clubs and associations on campus.