You can become involved in a number of different clubs while you are at Chemeketa. Clubs can be academic, curriculum-related, activity-oriented or based on a specific interest. Club sponsored events include special lunches, dances, displays, trips, fairs and more.
Advisor – Athanasios Michaels
Student Leader – Katie Gallagher
This club's purpose is to make history fun, interesting, and enjoyable. It also aims to help students understand how truths are constructed. This club puts ignorance to the torch and gives students a voice.
Student leader – Barb Nissen
Phi Theta Kappa recognizes and encourages scholarship among two year college students. PTK also provides opportunity for leadership, service, scholarship and fellowship in an intellectual and community oriented environment.
Advisors – Julianna Pilafian
Student leader – Emma Milburn
This club aims to inspire fellow students to live happy, productive lives through holistic wellness and aims to explore the myths and truths of health and nutrition.
Advisor – Keely Baca
Student leader – Lacey Miller
The purpose of the Yamhill Tribal Club is to promote awareness and information on Native American culture through education and cultural experiences.
Advisor – Tyson Dutton
Student leader – Brittni McCart
The purpose of the Philosophy club is to provide an environment for anyone interested in philosophy to be able to engage with others in philosophical inquiry, participate in activities associated with philosophy, and further developing critical thinking skills.
Advisor - Nora Alvarez
Student Leader – Ricky Edwards
The Community Service Club connects Chemeketa students with the Yamhill county community through direct service opportunities.
Advisor – Hilda Ketchum
Student leader – In transition
This club's purpose is to immerse students in the Spanish language and culture through conversation and community..
Advisor – Sam Snoek-Brown
Student leader – Aubrey Jarvis
The Writing Club aims to provide a place for students to express themselves through writing as well as improve their writing skills.
We are currently seeking input for the types of clubs and organizations students are interested in starting at the Yamhill Valley campus.