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CLUBS AND ORGANIZATIONS

Artists Anonymous

Artists anonymous is the college organization of Media Arts students. Artists anonymous aims to hone the creativity and enhance the artistry of the members through the use of multi-media and the infusion of traditional arts. Membership is open to students who are interested in pursuing their interest in dimensional and other computer-enhanced arts.

 

Campus Values Organization/ Youth Ministry

The Campus Values Organization is an organization envisions a whole and connected community of individuals who will have a contemporary understanding of youth development and faith growth centered on families and diverse cultures. The organization provides a dynamic, flexible and inclusive venue of events that will allow expressions of faith as encouragement to surface and nurture their individual talents while providing volunteer services to the school and surrounding community.

College Karate Club

The College Karate Club follows the Meibukan Gojyu Ryu Karatedo system of Okinawa, Japan. The curriculum is set towards body strengthening, self-defense skills, and perfection of character. Club members may be recommended for black belt promotion at the national and international level. Excellent students may also be recommended for karate teaching license. The club accepts any individual with a good heart and self-discipline.

 

College Red Cross Youth

Established in the year 2012, the Red Cross Youth Southville Council is the biggest student-volunteer organization in Southville International School and Colleges. The organization operates under the supervision of the Philippine Red Cross of Las Piñas City- Subchapter and is a critical component of 5 major branches of service: Disaster Management Services, Safety Services, Community Health Nursing, Social Services and National Blood Services.

 

The Collegiate Mover

The Collegiate Mover represents the students’ voices through credible, responsible, and responsive campus journalism in order to awaken the students’ sense of awareness of the issues and concerns that affect their lives. It also advocates social responsibility and nurture love for peace, truth, and justice so they will be inspired to strive for excellence, and make a significant difference in the school and in society.

 

Communication Society

The communication society aims to promote the mission of the Mass Communication program of SISC through relevant and updated technological media applications.

 

Enhancing Diverse and Universal Culture (EDUC)

The E.D.U.C. organization is committed to develop students to become successful and competent educators in a global community. It is geared towards uniting diverse cultures. The organization is committed to achieve its vision by promoting a culture-sensitive environment, developing competent future educators through seminars and workshops, and helping students to further their learning.

 

Global Entrepreneurial Movement of Southville (G.E.M.S.)

G.E.M.S. aims to form an elite group of students within the SISC company to act as role models of more than acceptable standards representing the rest of the student bodies and be the core group to produce bright minds chosen to join local and international competition representing different courses offered in SISC.

 

INK Society (Ideas of Nations Keepers of Society)

The INK society or Ideas of Nation Keepers Society envisions itself as a top organization that promotes advocacy of genuine freedom and equality exposing different perceptions and taking part with the initiative for progress; the leaders for enhancing the nation’s level of maturity in different arts and sciences through diverse media. This organization is open to all students of Southville International School and Colleges.

 

Junior Philippine Computer Society (JPCS, SISC Chapter)

The Junior Philippine Computer Society, SISC chapter envisions developing globally competent professionals in the world of information technology by keeping abreast with the latest technology trends.

 

Peer Facilitator Club

The Peer Facilitating program is dedicated to students who are in need to special attention and concerns. The program is built on the belief that the regular availability of trained students to listen and offer advice and guidance will greatly assist other colleagues of their own to meet the increasing demands of students’ life. Realizing that a students’ experience involves much more than the classroom and that academic achievement can be influenced or both good and bad by how a student balances the myriad components, peer facilitators are prepared to provide advice and assistance on a variety of issues that might affect them.

 

Psychology Society

The Psychology society provides oppourtunities and experiences that reinforce formal classroom learning for their more holistic development as future clinical, educational, counseling or industrial psychologists. Members organize or are exposed to lectures, training seminars, workshops, programs for skills building or competency development. Members are likewise trained for peer counseling activities and services.

 

Society of Budding Entrepreneurs

The Psychology society provides oppourtunities and experiences that reinforce formal classroom learning for their more holistic development as future clinical, educational, counseling or industrial psychologists. Members organize or are exposed to lectures, training seminars, workshops, programs for skills building or competency development. Members are likewise trained for peer counseling activities and services.

 

Southville International Organization for Nursing Students (SION)

SION (Southville International Organization for Nursing students)
The SION is an exclusive organization for Nursing students whose endeavours are geared towards social commitment by introducing among its members the meaning of social responsibility and empathy.

 

Southville Monarch Dance Troupe

The SISC dance troupe is a campus-based club for budding and aspiring dancers who are willing and ready to perform during school activities. It aims to instill discipline and dance cultural appreciation through different genres from hip-hop, street dancing, jazz, contemporary and many more. Through this venue, the students could express their ideas and emotions through dancing.

 

Southville Monarch Football Club (SMFC)

The Southville Monarchs Football Club provides instructional and competitive youth football opportunities. The members of this organization are given opportunities to achieve their highest potential in the game of football. The football training program of SMFC is designed to develop individual skills, fitness, teamwork and sportsmanship, and support the physical, mental and emotional development of its members.

 

Supreme Student Council (Student Government)

The SSC is the official student government in the college division. It follows the parliamentary form of government. The council of leaders serves as the parliament where the officers of the Supreme Student Council are elected. Click here to view officers for AY 2013-2014

 

Tourism Society

The tourism society aims to promote tourism activities in the campus through intercultural awareness. This is dedicated to all Tourism students to maximize their full potential; and to prepare graduates and members to become future tourism-industry based leaders.