Student Activities, Clubs, and Organizations

Build leadership and service capabilities and to further your professional development by joining an organization! Student organizations offer fellowship, related educational experiences, networking, and competition at local, state, and national levels. Membership in student organizations and participation in student activities is open to all students regardless of race, color, ethnic or national origin, sex, disability, or age.

Student Government Association

The purpose of the SGA is to strengthen relationships between the students and faculty, enhance the appearance of the school, promote school functions, and plan student activities. Representatives from each program area serve on the SGA.

The SGA Executive Board approves expenditures of student activity fees, oversees student organization budget requests, determines fund raising policies, establishes meeting schedules, reviews by-laws, and coordinates the SGA activities. The Coordinator of Student Activities serves as the advisor for the SGA.

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Clubs & Organizations

Below is a list of all Student Activities clubs and organizations currently active at Savannah Tech.

AWS Welding Club

Purpose: To further the opportunities of student welders through extracurricular skill development and national networking. It is helpful to engage students in welding activities beyond the classroom setting and to introduce them to real world situations early in their careers.

Advisor: William Burns

Phone: 912-443-5863  


Barbering Club

Purpose: The Barbering Club promotes professional development and introduces students to all aspects of the Barbering field. Members are provided the opportunity to attend educational seminars as well as participate in social networking events.

Advisor: Joycelin Primus

Phone: 912-443-5879



Purpose: To promote the highest ideals in the healthcare industry. Students can actively participate in the promotion, development, and implementation of good healthcare.

Advisor: Kathleen Staley

Phone: 912-443-5857



Purpose: To promote networking and job readiness among Construction Management students. This club gives students a platform to learn new and current technology, and reward students for excellence in academics and behavior while representing the program.

Advisor: Daniel Krautheimer

Phone: 912-443-3395



Purpose: To promote professional development and introduce students to all aspects of the cosmetology field. Members are provided opportunities to attend educational seminars as well as participate in social events.

Advisor: Deanne Allen

Phone: 912-443-5829


Dental Assisting Club

Purpose: To supplement the education and training of Dental Assisting club members with activities beyond the scope of the program curriculum, to provide opportunities for community outreach projects, and to recognize individuals or groups that support the mission and purpose of the Dental Assisting club.

Advisor: Stephanie Derfus

Phone: 912-443-5812


Early Childhood Care and Education

Purpose: To support students preparing to enter the field of Early Childhood Care and Education. Students will be able to network and have experiences outside of the classroom that will broaden their experience in the field of Early Childhood.

Advisor: Cinda Young

Phone: 912-443-5788


Electrical Construction and Maintenance Club

Purpose: To encourage growth and retention in the Electrical Construction program. The club gives students a platform to learn new and current technology, and rewards students exhibiting academic and behavioral excellence while representing the program.

Advisor: James Halford

Phone: 912-443-5861


Emergency Medical Services Club

Purpose: To communicate trends in the EMS field and allow for interaction with various agencies through conferences and hosted events as well as donating time towards community service. Students will gain an understanding of the EMS profession and the trends it goes through. This insight and interaction with locale agencies, will improve the student’s relationship with potential employers and increase the likelihood of employment after graduation.

Advisor: Walter Webel

Phone: 912-443-5818


GA Film Club

Purpose: To provide students with the technical experience of working in the film industry.

Advisor: John Grace

Phone: 912-443-4172


Health Science Professionals Club

Purpose: Promote Health Sciences and community relations, build work ethics, and create a network for learning and growth.

Advisor: Jaimee Jones

Phone: 912-443-5815


Historic Preservation

Purpose: To provide students with additional resources and opportunities beyond those offered in class and to increase industry exposure and outreach.

Advisor: Benjamin Curran

Phone: 912-443-5864



Purpose: To provide a sense of community and the opportunity for networking for our Latin students.

Advisor: Lescia Gonzalez-Rivera


Journey 2 Success (AO)


Advisor: Wendy Gowans

Phone: 912-443-5344


LEX (Paralegal Honor Society)

Purpose: To promote the paralegal profession through activities and programs designed to offer opportunities in professional development, public service, and learning.

Advisor: Debra Geiger

Phone: 912-443-5715


Medical Assisting Club

Purpose: To fund activities that will promote the Medical Assisting field.

Advisor: Jackie Muller

Phone: 912-443-5810


National Technical Honor Society

Purpose: The National Technical Honor Society currently serves approximately 100,000 active members and nearly a million members since its inception in 1984. Awarding more than $2 million in scholarships to date, NTHS honors the achievements of top CTE students, provides scholarships to encourage the pursuit of higher education, and cultivates excellence in today’s highly competitive, skilled workforce. For 30+ years, NTHS has helped schools recognize students for their achievement in career and technical education. Members receive a membership certificate, an official NTHS diploma seal, graduation tassel, lapel pin, and window decal to show their affiliation with NTHS. At Savannah Technical College, members must have a 3.5 GPA, completed 12 credit hours, an instructor nomination and pay an initial membership fee.

Advisor: Amy Shaffer

Phone: 912-443-5512


Paralegal Student Association

Purpose: To promote the paralegal profession through activities and programs designed to offer opportunities in professional development, public service, and learning.

Advisor: Debra Geiger

Phone: 912-443-5715


Peace Officer Academy

Purpose: To promote and increase Law Enforcement awareness in the Coastal Empire.

Advisor: Nancy Jones Administrative Assistant-Basic Law Enforcement

Phone: 912-443-5191


Phi Theta Kappa

Purpose: The Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society recognizes and encourages scholarship among two-year college students. Phi Theta Kappa provides opportunities for individual growth and development through participation in honors, leadership, service and fellowship programming.

Advisor: Kaitlin Dotson Library Director

Phone: 912-443-5874


Phlebotomy Club

Purpose: To promote phlebotomy, build work ethics, and create a network for learning and growth.

Advisor: Jaimee Jones Adjunct Instructor

Phone: 912-443-5815


Practical Nursing

Purpose: To promote and support nursing students in the field of nursing.

Advisor: Rimina Lewis Instructor

Phone: 912-443-5824


SADHS (Dental Hygiene)

Purpose: To cultivate, promote, and sustain the art and science of Dental Hygiene, to represent and safeguard the common interest of the members of the Dental Hygiene profession, and to contribute toward the improvement of the oral health of the public.

Advisor: Suzanne Edenfield

Phone: 912-443-5732


Savannah Tech. Automotive Club

Purpose: To bring like minded automotive students together with the intent to further their knowledge and involvement with the automotive industry. They would also take a more active role with student activities including hosting car care clinics for students and faculty. The overall idea of this club is to build a strong cohesion between the students that can carryover into the automotive world.

Advisor: Frank King Instructor

Phone: 912-408-3024 x 6031


Student Veteran Association

Purpose:  To foster and develop a social network for student veterans and their families with the college. Work with other military veterans organizations to overall enhance benefits and services provided to the student veterans and their families. Provide a network and an atmosphere of fellowship and camaraderie for students with military service and future military service.

Advisor: TBD

Phone: 912-443-4155

Surgical Technology Club

Purpose: The Surgical Technology Club provides opportunities for members to enhance their experiences and knowledge in the surgical technology field. The club provides members with opportunities to contribute to the health and well-being of the community through projects and programs.

Advisor: Jacquelyn Lee Program Director

Phone: 912-443-5811


Young Professionals Culinary Club

Purpose: To promote professionalism and continuing education for students enrolled in the Culinar Arts Program.

Advisor: Gearry Caudell Instructor

Phone: 912-443-5725



Purpose: The Georgia Occupational Award of Leadership (GOAL) program seeks to give recognition annually to the State’s outstanding post-secondary technical students and to stimulate public interest in the importance of technical education. All associate degree and diploma program students who have completed one or more quarters at the time of nomination and have an overall, cumulative, technical college GPA of 3.0 or higher are eligible to compete in the GOAL Program. Additionally, students must be in good academic standing with the college and have a work ethics grade of at least a “2” to qualify for nomination. The College winner must be enrolled in the same program during the college nomination, the college-level selection process, and the state-level activities.

Advisor: Terrie Sellers Liberty Campus Dean

Phone: 912-408-3024 x 6003


Skills USA

Purpose: SkillsUSA is an applied method for preparing America’s high performance workers in public careers and technical programs. It provides quality education experiences for students in leadership, teamwork, citizenship and character development. It builds and reinforces self-confidence, work attitudes and communications skills. It emphasizes total quality at work: high ethical standards, superior work skills, lifelong education, and pride in the dignity of work. SkillsUSA also promotes understanding of the free enterprise system and encourages development of patriotism through the practice of democracy. It was formerly known as Vocational Industrial Clubs of America (VICA). Any Savannah Technical College student may participate in SkillsUSA.

Advisor: Daniel Krautheimer Construction Department Head

Phone: 912-443-3395


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