Match Your Interests with a Campus Club
Open up a world of opportunity, activity and growth beyond the classroom by taking part in one of the many student organizations and clubs at Gwinnett Tech. These groups offer leadership, social and networking possibilities to students on local, state and national levels.
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Councils & Government
Phi Beta Lambda (PBL)
This organization provides opportunities for students to develop technical competencies for business occupations. PBL supports the instructional programs and promotes civic and personal responsibility.
Voices of the World
This national student organization serves trade, industrial, technical and health science students and emphasizes leadership, dignity of work, quality workmanship, citizenship, respect and concern for others. Its mission is to develop professional and leadership skills through active contest participation.
Voices of the World is for all students enrolled at Gwinnett Tech. Its purpose is to promote cultural awareness and understanding through personal acquaintance and cooperative program presentations that provide activities encouraging cultural exchange. Voices of the World sponsors programs that encourage interaction among the many cultures represented by students, faculty, staff and the community.
Councils & Government
Student Leadership Council
This organization is composed of representatives from various instructional programs. Its mission is to provide a channel through which students may build leadership skills, voice concerns and/or suggestion, and enhance communication among students, faculty and staff. The Student Leadership Council meets monthly and plans activities that involve students in promoting the college and serving the community.
Commercial Construction Guild (CCG)
This organization is for Commercial Construction students. CCG was established to gather, receive and disseminate information helpful to members and to provide professional advice and guidance to members. CCG will accomplish this purpose by acquainting student members with issues of importance in the construction industry and with members of an active professional association involved in all phases of the industry.
National Technical Honor Society (N-TH)
N-THS promotes the ideals of honesty, service, leadership, career development and skilled workmanship among vocational-technical students in America. The organization encourages and assists students in their pursuit of educational and career goals. It also develops a greater awareness within the business, industrial and service communities about the talents and abilities of students engaged in technical education. Membership in NTHS is by faculty nomination, and induction ceremonies are held during fall and spring semesters.