Student Clubs & Orgs

Get Involved. Discover Something New.

We want you to build a college experience that's right for you and student clubs and organizations are big part of that. We have so many clubs for you to join, and if you don't see one that interests you, we'll help you to start you own. Whether you're looking to try a new sport, connect with your peers, become politically active or want to serve the local community, there's always something new to try at Etown! Below is our list of active clubs and organizations, which are recognized by the College. 

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Student Senate and Class Senates

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Student Senate

Student Senate is the student government at Elizabethtown College.

Executive Cabinet

  • Andrew Fuhrman
  • Jalen Belgrave
  • Kyle Cappucci
  • Christina Schnee
  • Advisors Nichole Gonzalez and Jenn Crowder

Class of 2022

The Class of 2022 acts as a voice of advocacy for the senior class of Elizabethtown College and the greater community of Elizabethtown as well.

Executive Cabinet

  • Nicole Greiner
  • Christina Mercincavage
  • Jared Beachy
  • Erin Lewis
  • Advisor Ben Osterhout

Class of 2023

The purpose of the Class of 2023 Senate is to represent the entire class of 2023, ensure that their voices are heard, and advocate for the student body as a whole.

Executive Cabinet

  • Brooke Charria
  • Adam Sadek
  • Sydney Detky
  • Marc Ramson
  • Advisor Amy Berra

Class of 2024

We are here to advocate for students' rights on campus! We also plan events, fundraisers, and other activities to bring the student body. together!

Executive Cabinet

  • Maddi Holmberg
  • Karlie Fromm
  • Michelle Meyers
  • Ryan Nguyen
  • Advisor Jenn Azevedo

Class of 2025

The 2025 Class Senate’s purpose is to be the advocates for students’ rights and be the voice for the 2025 cohort. The mission is to fully and accurately represent the cohort as senators. The Class Senate will strive for supporting all students, be the bridge of communications of the Class of 2025 and administration, and provide information and updates of events and changes made around campus.

Executive Cabinet

  • Isaac Kraenbring
  • Marlaena Ciabattoni
  • Emily Schlegel
  • Brendan Guy
  • Advisor Kaitlyn Miller

Social and Interest Based Clubs and Organizations

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Animal Services Club (ASC)

The purpose of this club is to provide service to all animals in need. This includes going to local shelters, farms, zoos, sanctuaries, etc. We will be volunteering and helping in any way possible, including fundraising for these organizations. Not only will we be volunteering but learning as well. The purpose of this club is to also expand our knowledge of animals by going to veterinarian clinics or hospitals, having veterinarians come speak, and other guest speakers from different organizations like Susquehanna Service Dogs. Elizabethtown's message is "educate for service" and the purpose of ASC is to "put our service to use"!

Club Officers

  • Madison Carey
  • Alexis Price
  • David Ellis
  • Emily Prowell
  • Advisor David Bowne

Anime Club

The purpose of Anime Club is to explore Japanese culture through popular media such as anime and manga comics. We wish to encourage friendship and inclusion as members of a group sharing similar interests, and also as a part of the overall Etown community.

Club Officers

  • Jacob Schell
  • Victoria Young
  • Logan Styles
  • Myah Stence
  • Advisor Mahua Bhattacharya

Elizabethtown College Dance Team

The Elizabethtown College Dance Team is a service-based, advanced dance team aiming to provide another outlet for dancers on campus. We perform at Etown athletic games, performance shows, other events around the community, and even host our own benefit show for the Elle Foundation. We are an audition-based dance team that accepts advanced dancers looking for another opportunity to continue dance into college during their time at Etown.

Club Officers

  • Carly Campbell
  • Katherine Morse
  • Emma-Li Peters
  • Mikayla Close
  • Advisor Terri Dennehy

Elizabethtown College Democrats

The Elizabethtown College Democrats will devote itself to advancing the policy goals of the Democratic Party platform, assisting local, state, and federal candidates from the Democratic Party in getting elected, and encouraging all students of Elizabethtown College to participate in the electoral process.

Club Officers

  • Evan Carneal
  • Meghan Keenan
  • Dylan Kezele
  • Sydney Detky
  • Advisor Fletcher McClellan

Elizabethtown Running Club

The purpose of this club is to provide people with a healthy, fun way to exercise and make new friends in the Elizabethtown College Community.

Club Officers

  • Cassidy Dunn
  • Julia Thistle
  • Nick Hartz
  • Maddie Kauffman
  • Advisor Michelle Kozimor-King

Emotion

Emotion is a club that gives people with none of any dance experience an outlet to move their bodies, improve their health, and develop friendships

Club Officers

  • Katherine Morse
  • Carly Campbell
  • Rachel Gould
  • Emily Pellicano
  • Advisor Barry Fritz

Engineers for a Sustainable World (ESW)

Engineers for a Sustainable World has a vision of a world of environmental, social and economic prosperity created and sustained by local and global collective action. ESW’s mission is to forge innovative, lasting solutions to local and global sustainability challenges.

Club Officers

  • Colton Shriner
  • Jean Farley
  • Vincent Riberio
  • Erica Antunes
  • Advisor Jean Batista Abreu

Hide and Seek Club

Club Officers

  • Chelsea Balulis
  • Ryan Brechbiel
  • Nickolas Sieber
  • Grace Butler
  • Advisor Jeffrey Rood

It's On Us

The purpose of It’s On Us Etown is to raise awareness about sexual assault on our campus and prevent it, as well as educating students about resources they have to report and intervene in sexual assault. This is done through bi-weekly meetings and planning events every month, whether serious or light-hearted. The club provides members with a unique opportunity to develop skills in leadership, program planning, advertising, and educating their fellow students. The club benefits the community by offering educational activities for students through community service.

Club Officers

  • Elizabeth Syslo
  • Bridget Colwell
  • Amanda Neef
  • Olivia Harrison
  • Advisor Anya Goldina

Mad Cow (Improv)

The primary purpose of this club is to give interested students the opportunity to explore the Bible together. While we identify as a Christian group, we want to create a welcoming atmosphere where students from all backgrounds and beliefs feel comfortable investigating the claims of Jesus. Our hope is to enrich the campus as we cultivate a community marked by compassion, humility, service, and integrity.

Club Officers

  • Ruth Jacob
  • Gavin McCabe
  • Advisor Mark Stuckey

Melica

Melica is Etown's all-female acapella group. The purpose of Melica is to empower female students at Elizabethtown College through friendship bonding and a shared love for music.

Club Officers

  • Carly Miller
  • Emma Romeo
  • Rachel Pryslak
  • Doris Hall
  • Advisor Wendy Bellew

Men's Club Soccer

Men’s Club Soccer plays to represent the school in a positive and competitive manner. We seek to promote camaraderie, team skills, and good physical health through soccer while having fun as a group.

Club Officers

  • Kyle Cappucci
  • Matthew Fick
  • Christopher Mirabile
  • Ethan Smith
  • Advisor Tomas Estrada

Nifty Needlework

This group is about unwinding and mingling over the common interest of any needlework craft, such as knitting, crocheting, sewing, or anything else! We all will come together to work on projects benefiting the community and enjoying our time together.

Club Officers

  • Kelty Tarvin
  • Jenna Curtiss
  • Victoria Vaughn
  • Hope McQuoid
  • Advisor Tami Longsderff

Phalynx

The objectives of Phalanx are to offer a professional and entertaining level of performance with all male a cappella while also providing a professional outlet for the promotion of Elizabethtown College.

Club Officers

  • Steven Wallen
  • Joshua Koch
  • Patrick Osborn
  • Sean James
  • Advisor Caroline Lalvani

Photography Club

The purpose of this club is to allow students to express their creativity through photography as well as share their work, challenge themselves to create new work, and to meet new people through a shared interest of photography.

Club Officers

  • Katelyn Godfrey
  • Ezekial Ciafre
  • Paula Groff
  • Advisor Katherine Hughes

Plant Based Club

The purpose of the Plant Based Eating Club is to represent the Elizabethtown College campus community that partakes in plant based eating habits, such as veganism, vegetarianism, pescetarianism, flexitarianism, etc. The club serves as an opportunity for students, faculty, and staff to hold discussions, watch documentaries, and partake in events that involve plant based eating styles.

Club Officers

  • Marc Ramson
  • Hannah McConnell
  • Christopher Karwan
  • Jess Bujak
  • Advisor Peter Licona

SEEDS

The purpose of SEEDS Ecology is to unite diverse members of Elizabethtown College to learn about ecology, engage in local environmentally focused projects, and educate members of the Elizabethtown College community. We strive to create an atmosphere of mutual learning and support for members while offering many ways to get involved in both campus and community-oriented projects. For students, SEEDS offers volunteering opportunities to improve the environment, connect with professionals in the field of environmental science, and instill a life-long passion for nature. For the community, SEEDS aims to raise awareness of important local environmental issues and strives to enrich the campus grounds with sustainable, native biodiversity.

Club Officers

  • Kayla Morrill
  • Max Miller
  • Veronica Heim
  • Alex Gatess
  • Advisor Diane Bridge

Sock and Buskin

Sock and Buskin is the theatre club of Etown. We provide theatre workshops and activities for students to explore and learn more about stage, costume, and acting. We also promote theatre events on campus. We hold events where students can create their own performances as well.

Club Officers

  • Olivia Latsha
  • Delphi Aubry
  • Erin Vago
  • Maeve Heine
  • Advisor Barry Fritz

Turning Point USA

Our chapter will provide an opportunity for all students to acquire new ways of thinking, through service via campus activism and thought-provoking group discussions. Our goal is to serve the campus community by following our college’s motto, “Educate for Service”, in everything that we do. We promote diversity of thought and discussion and accept any and all voices into our group as we move forward in life in hopes to Evolve, Engage, and Empower!

Club Officers

  • Alexander Russo
  • Laila Bolze
  • Ezekial Ciafre
  • Grace Childs
  • Advisor Melissa Rohrer

Ultimate Frisbee Club

The mission of the Ultimate Frisbee Club is to spread the love of the sport of Ultimate to the Elizabethtown College campus and community by sharing the good word of Ultimate Frisbee and the “Spirit of the Game” in which it was founded. The club is co-ed and hopes to facilitate healthy and friendly athletics for the college as a way to de-stress through positive physical means during the semester. As a competitive team, the Jelly Swatters’ will is to compete against other teams around the immediate area in Ultimate competitions. The Jelly Swatters will not just be an on campus team, but one that represents the college at scrimmages and tournaments at other schools in Pennsylvania and the East Coast.

Club Officers

  • Jared Beachy
  • Brendan Atticks
  • Alex Lynch
  • Alexander Petrocelli
  • Advisor Justin Badgerow

Vocalign

Vocalign is the Co-Ed A capella group on campus. This unique, fun-spirited group performs various shows on campus and takes part in many off-campus gigs and events. Vocalign established the tradition of hosting a “combo show” where they invite A capella groups from other schools to join them in putting on a show here on campus. Additionally, Vocalign has competed twice in the International Championship of Collegiate A capella. In the upcoming years, Vocalign hopes to continue to build musicianship within the group and share their passion for music with others.

Club Officers

  • Alexandra Bonicker
  • Nathan Bates
  • Erin Lewis
  • Emily Flach
  • Advisor Mark Clapper

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Academic Clubs and Organizations

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Accounting and Finance Club

 

The Accounting and Finance Club provides students with networking opportunities with accounting firms and provides insights into a career in either accounting or finance.

Club Officers

  • Madeline Kauffman
  • Ainsley Thimes
  • Kyle Cappucci
  • Tyler Forney
  • Advisor Terrie Riportella
 

Alpha Lamda Delta

 

The purpose of Alpha Lambda Delta is to encourage superior academic achievement among students in their first year in institutions of higher education, to promote intelligent living and a continued high standard of learning, and to assist students in recognizing and developing meaningful goals for their roles in society.

Club Officers

  • Michelle Meyers
  • Abigail Bromley
  • Emma Shreiner
  • Abigail Heller
  • Advisor Justin Badgerow

 

Alpha Psi Omega

 

The Sigma Phi chapter of Alpha Psi Omega, the national theatre honor society, exists so that students may be specially recognized and rewarded for their dedication to theatre at Elizabethtown college. It also exists so that any student may have access to a wide variety of theatrical opportunities, from being onstage to working behind the scenes or even attending shows. Our chapter of APO also hosts a fundraiser cabaret every year, and the funds are sent to Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS to support members of the greater theatrical community.

Club Officers

  • Erin Vago
  • Kelty Tarvin
  • Delphi Aubry
  • Maeve Heine
  • Advisor Barry Fritz

 

Bachelor of Arts in Music Organization (BAMO)

An organization to give opportunity and space for Elizabethtown College musicians to gather, learn, socialize, and perform.

Club Officers

  • Andrew Boeren
  • Jayden Gibson
  • Nicholas Mich
  • Emma Romeo
  • Advisor Douglas Bomberger

Chemistry Club

To promote chemistry and learning. Try to make chemistry fun and enjoyable to those from all backgrounds and areas of knowledge, to give back to the community,

Club Officers

  • Grace Childs
  • Emily Harding
  • Kaylynn Leap
  • Alexander Russo
  • Advisor Thomas Hagan

Computer Science Club

To provide an environment for students interested in Computer Science to come together and learn about topics related to computers

Club Officers

  • Nicholas Nolt
  • Jean Farley
  • Sam Niles
  • Michael Petricoin
  • Advisor Peilong Li

Education Organization (EdOrg)

The purpose of Ed Org is to offer a space where education students can collaborate together and serve their community.

Club Officers

  • Emily Flach
  • Allison Amsbaugh
  • Ingrid Peura
  • Laura Carr
  • Advisor Kathryn Caprino

Etown STAMPS Scholars

The club's purpose is to encourage Scholars to be involved on campus and pursue the pillars of the Stamps foundation. This year we also intend to re-write the constitution.

Club Officers

  • Livia Marga
  • Ahsa Sadhukhan
  • Paige Philips
  • Advisor Jean Pretz

Etownian

The Etownian is the student-run newspaper at Elizabethtown College and reports on news relating to the College, Elizabethtown, Lancaster County, and Pennsylvania.

Club Officers

  • Alyssa Marzili
  • Faith Morrow
  • Emily McGarry
    Ashlee Reick
  • Advisor Erica Dolson

Family Business and Entrepreneurship

The purpose of this club is to bring together Elizabethtown College through a network of students who come from family business of their own or who share a passion for entrepreneurship.

Club Officers

  • Nichole Greiner
  • Gabrielle Brown
  • Marissa Lapinsky
  • Sarah Habibilah
  • Advisor Petru Sandu

General Electrical Engineering Club

General Electrical Engineering Club that will do relevant activities and provide study help for younger students. Currently trying to formulate a project for the group as a whole that could possibly involve making something for the school to give students experience outside of the classroom.

Club Officers

  • Chase Young
  • Nicholas Raff
  • Hunter Beaudet
  • Ryan Brechbiel
  • Advisor Tomas Estrada

International Business Club

The main purpose is to provide the place where both international and domestic students could learn global and broadened perspective, way of thinking, various culture, background and international knowledge through many activities concentrating on input and output to get more information effectively.

Club Officers

  • Misaki Yamaguchi
  • Valerie Ammar-Khodja
  • Ryan Nguyen
  • Abby Bernard
  • Advisor Shannon Haley-Mize

Kappa Delta Pi

Education Honor Society- To promote excellence in and recognition of outstanding contribution to education.

Club Officers

  • Hailey Seyfert
  • Shannon Kerwin
  • Hannah Levan
  • Julia Middleton
  • Advisor Wendy Bellew

Math Club

The Math Club helps to bring students of the Math Department together, but all events are open to anyone, even if they're not in the Math Club. We have several fun nights where we watch movies or play games with students and professors to unwind. We also host more proactive events such as Resume Night, where professors will critique your resume in order to help prepare for application processes.

Club Officers

  • Ashley Mistichelli
  • Livia Marga
  • Trisha Vasquez
  • Paige Philips
  • Advisor Leyla Batakci

Psychology Club

The major objective and primary responsibility of this organization is to provide students the opportunity to expand upon their awareness and knowledge of psychology through activities concentrated in specific subdivisions of psychology. In addition, “The Psychology Club of Elizabethtown College” allows students to engage in recreational activities with individuals who share similar professional goals.

Club Officers

  • Mackenzie Graf
  • Veronica Marton
  • Ashley Mooney
  • Chelsea Balulis
  • Advisor Elizabeth Dalton

Sigma Delta Tau

Sigma Tau Delta is an international English honor society. Our club hosts activities and events for the Etown chapter members of the society.

Club Officers

  • Lauren Robitaille
  • Ashley Conway
  • Emily Erdlen
  • Madeline DeBlois
  • Advisor Tara Moore

Social Worker Student Association (SWSA)

SWSA serves as an informational and co-curricular service activity for both social work majors and non-majors. SWSA exposes you to social services and social problems and offers opportunities for fund-raising, volunteer projects, and advocacy work that benefits community social services. SWSA has its own by-laws and is governed by officers elected from the membership. The goal of the Association is to foster social work ideals and uses values from the National Association of Social Workers.

Club Officers

  • Alexander Roger
  • Sydney Dye
  • Valerie Ammar-Khodja
  • CeCe Sadek
  • Advisor James Corbin

Spanish Club

Spanish Club’s mission is to provide interested students with extra opportunities to enhance their Spanish skills outside of the classroom in an informal way. Its purpose is to also bring together students of different levels to learn from one another. In addition, it aims to grant students chances to experience diverse Spanish-speaking cultures.

Club Officers

  • Brooke Bergman
  • Madison Robb
  • Lucy Krug
  • Emily Smith
  • Advisor Charla Lorenzen

SOTA

The purpose of SOTA is to bring those interested in occupational therapy together and to provide an opportunity for them to find expression, recognition, and sharing of ideas and talents. Also, to inform, foster, and encourage ideas of the meaning of occupational therapy and to promote it to the college and surrounding community. More so, our purpose is to stimulate the collection, analysis, and discussion of information concerning occupational therapy.

Club Officers

  • Lindsay Barney
  • Miriam Englehardt
  • Rachel Gould
  • Brian Coletta
  • Advisor Terri Dennehy

TriBeta (βββ)

Beta Beta Beta (TriBeta) is an honor society for students, particularly undergraduates, dedicated to improving the understanding and appreciation of biological study and extending boundaries of human knowledge through scientific research.

Club Officers

  • Jayln Maulfair
  • Kailey Caroland
  • Ashley Snesavage
  • John Hanson
  • Advisor Jodi Lancaster

WEMPCS

The purpose of Women in EMPCS is to create a community between the women of the School of Engineering, Mathematics, and Computer Science. The club seeks to provide a welcoming presence and foster a community of like-minded women. The club provides its members with opportunities to connect with women engineers, physicists, mathematicians, and computer scientists across the different cohort years. The club benefits the campus community by offering a place for the minority of women in the “hard sciences” a place to grow, ask questions, and create lasting friendships through weekly dinners in the tower room, campus events, and hosting the annual School of Engineering, Mathematics, and Computer Science events.

Club Officers

  • Kaede Goodeliunas
  • Grace Butler
  • Mary Huebler
  • Lauren Comly
  • Advisor Sara Atwood

Women in STEM

The purpose of this club is to build a community where women studying the sciences can support other women in their fields. We want to attend research presentations, host a first-year mentoring program and encourage young girls to pursue stem professions.

Club Officers

  • Celeste Workman
  • Dominique McDevitt
  • Erin Lewis
  • Christina Schnee
  • Advisor Debra Wohl

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 Identity Based Clubs and Organizations

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American Sign Language (ASL) Club

The purpose of this club is to bring awareness to Deaf Culture in the ASL community and encourage members to engage in American Sign Language, whether they have taken the course or not. The club allows individuals with an interest to learn new signs, learn more about Deaf culture, or share their love for ASL in general!

Club Officers

  • Megan Glaspey
  • Victoria Young
  • Lori Schlosser
  • Morgan Bellavia
  • Advisor Karen Conrad

Asian Cultural Student Association

The purpose of the Asian Cultural Student Association is to provide students at the college with the opportunity to connect with one another outside of the classroom. The Asian Cultural Student Association aims to provide a safe space, to advocate, and to educate for Asian and Asian American students as well as other students who would like to learn more about Asian culture. The club benefits the campus community by offering educational opportunities through events on campus as well as off campus learning trips to supplement learning.

Club Officers

  • Joanna Shultz
  • Kyla DeWittie
  • Emma-Li Peters
  • Michelle Meyers
  • Advisor Jeffery Long

Catholic Campus Ministry (CCM)

The purpose of Catholic Campus Ministry is to enhance the spirituality of the members of the Club and those who are affiliated with it. This is accomplished through weekly meetings based on the Club’s four pillars – service, study, spiritual, and social. Service events will include outreach to the campus community and community at large. The four pillars will enable students to grow in their faith, appreciate the teachings of the Catholic Church, and provide fellowship opportunities.

Club Officers

  • Emma Romeo
  • Mikayla DeMatt
  • Lori Schlosser
  • Catherine Paschos
  • Advisor Jane Cavender

Elizabethtown National Association of the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP)

The mission of the Elizabethtown College’s National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) chapter/club is to inform the campus community about issues impacting African Americans and People of Color (POC); to advocate for marginalized and underrepresented students by advancing the economic, educational, social and political status of these groups/communities; and to develop the next generation of civil rights and community leaders while following the mission given to us by the NAACP.

Club Officers

  • Jalen Belgrave
  • Isa Abdul-Rahman
  • Jared Archer
  • Gabryel Sewell
  • Advisor 

Gender-Sexuality Alliance (GSA)

GSA’s purpose is to build a support group for members of the LGBTQ+ community on campus. This is done through various events aimed at building connections between members and ensuring that those members have support if needed in aspects pertaining to LGBTQ+ resources or academics. There is an advocacy side to GSA too, where the club advocates to advance LGBTQ+ belonging and equity on campus.

Club Officers

  • Samhar Almomani
  • Laura Lakey
  • Zoe Enterline
  • Mackenzie Pollachek
  • Advisor Diane Bridge

Hillel

Hillel is the Jewish club on campus and we provide opportunities for all students on campus to learn about Jewish holidays and culture through attending services, and events on campus.

Club Officers

  • Victoria Young
  • Marissa Tuman
  • Elyssa Eckstein
  • Leah Krebs
  • Advisor Josh Cohen

Lighthouse

The primary purpose of this club is to give interested students the opportunity to explore the Bible together. While we identify as a Christian group, we want to create a welcoming atmosphere where students from all backgrounds and beliefs feel comfortable investigating the claims of Jesus. Our hope is to enrich the campus as we cultivate a community marked by compassion, humility, service, and integrity.

Club Officers

  • Lucy Conrey
  • Cassandra DeBacco
  • Leaslie Alejandres
  • Kaylin Nolt
  • Advisor Amy Shorner-Johnson

Noir

Noir is a diversity student union that allows students of color and allies a safe space to express their ideas, opinions, feelings, and interests.

Club Officers

  • Des'ree McCloud
  • Lauren Robitaille
  • Shanti Brea
  • Kimberly DeStefano
  • Advisor Amy Shorner-Johnson

Safe Spaces

The purpose of Safe Spaces is to provide the student body with a space to connect students with others who are also passionate about mental health. Safe Spaces will provide a safe environment for the student body to collaborate on the negative stigma around a diverse collection of mental illnesses. The club will also provide members with an opportunity to advocate for mental health awareness on campus for both students and employees, be a part of a chapter within Active Minds, and build a support system full of friends and peers who understand mental health beyond the surface. The club aims to not only support the members of the club, but also other students and employees on campus. The club benefits the campus community by offering opportunities and experiences that will focus on inclusivity, positivity, and mental health awareness.

Club Officers

  • Michelle Meyers
  • Maddi Holmberg
  • Emma-Li Peters
  • Brooke Lloyd
  • Advisor Elizabeth Dalton

Service Clubs and Organizations

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Best Buddies

The mission of Best Buddies is to establish a global volunteer movement that creates opportunities for one-to-one friendships and leadership development for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities. We do this by matching student volunteers in mutually enriching friendships with persons with intellectual and developmental disabilities.

Club Officers

  • Katlyn Harper
  • Ashley Mistichelli
  • Morgan Gibau
  • Courtney Westman
  • Advisor Whitney Crull

Colleges Against Cancer (CAC)

The main goal of Colleges Against Cancer is to fight cancer by volunteering for and instating and supporting programs of the American Cancer Society. In addition to organizing a Relay For Life event on campus in the spring to raise money for the fight against cancer, we aim to establish cancer advocacy programs, bring cancer control programs to campus, and promote cancer awareness and prevention.

Club Officers

  • Kailey Caroland
  • Grace Childs
  • Brooke Charria
  • Olivia Gaughan
  • Advisor Jane Cavender

Elizabethtown Circle K

The goal of the club is to promote service and fellowship among its members and the local community. Every week we hold meetings to plan service events for the semester, as well as complete service projects that benefit the elderly, veterans, animals, children, those who are ill, etc. Some of the organizations we have volunteered with include, the Community Cupboard of Elizabethtown, the Manor Care Senior Center, Color a Smile, Caitlin Smiles, and Trick-or-treat for UNICEF.

Club Officers

  • Cassidy Dunn
  • Katie Hollen
  • Meghan Williams
  • Alyssa Marzili
  • Advisor Ben Osterhout

Etown Council for Exceptional Children (CEC)

The purpose of Etown CEC is to help the local community's children and more specifically, our community's exceptional children.

Club Officers

  • Laura Carr
  • Julia Middleton
  • Alexa Habermehl
  • Hailey Seyfert
  • Advisor Shannon Haley-Mize

Etown Helping Etown

Etown Helping Etown will be working with the local ECHOS homeless winter shelter in Elizabethtown, PA. Our goal is to help uplift and encourage the people of the homeless shelter. We hope to touch the lives of many by supporting them in their life journey. We aim to help give security and stability to the people of the shelter and aid them in completing their activities for daily living.

Club Officers

  • Olivia Eason
  • Anna Charitonchick
  • Maggie Blatt
  • Julianna Crespo
  • Advisor Kristen Kujiaka

Hope Club

HOPE Club aims to support the mission of Brittany's Hope at Elizabethtown College. In doing this, we hold fundraisers in support of Brittany's Hope and to support the Vietnam Service Trip which is run every other May. Fundraisers directly support orphanages and other activities across Vietnam where we visit during our biannual service trip. We also support Brittany's Hope in events, such as The Walk of Love, The Annual Give.

Club Officers

  • Nathan Tindell
  • Olivia Baker
  • Brian Coletta
  • Morgan Bellavia
  • Advisor Terri Dennehy
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