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Moraine Park offers a number of opportunities for students to expand their learning outside of the classroom. Club members organize events, coordinate fundraisers, complete community service activities and attend conferences and competitions. Numerous student driven clubs are available in program and non-program areas every year. For more information on a specific club, click on the links below.

Accounting Club
Auto Technician Club
BPA (Business Professionals of America) Club
CET (Civil Engineering Club)
CNC/Tool & Die Club
Cosmetology Club
Criminal Justice Club
Culinary Arts Club
Diversity Club
Donut Club
Electricity Club
EMS (Emergency Medical Services) Club
EPD (Electrical Power Distribution) Club
Graphics Club
GUTs (Gas Utility Technicians) Club
Health and Wellness Club
HVAC-R Club
Interactive Media/Graphics Club
IT (Information Technology) Club
Medical Lab Technicians Club
Phi Theta Kappa (PTK) Honor Society
Radiography Club
SHRM (Society for Human Resource Management) Club
SME (Society of Manufacturing Engineering) Club
SNA (Student Nurses Association) Club
Student Veterans Association
Welding Club
Accounting Club

For more information, or to join the club, contact the club advisor.

West Bend Campus Club Advisor: Jeremy Mauer

Auto Technician Club

For more information, or to join the club, contact the club advisor.

Fond du Lac Campus Club Advisor: Jim Daniels

BPA (Business Professionals of America) Club

BPA is the leading Career Technical Student Organization for students pursuing careers in business management, office administration, information technology and other related career fields. BPA participates in local business conferences and also offers students the opportunity to compete at the state and national level in their fields.

For more information, or to join the club, contact the club advisor.

West Bend Campus Club Advisor: Cynthia Bernhard

CET (Civil Engineering Club)

For more information, or to join the club, contact the club advisor.

Fond du Lac Campus Club Advisor: James Olson

CNC/Tool & Die Club

Each year, the CNC/Tool & Die Club brings industry speakers to campus for students to learn from and network. In addition they participate in the Chicago and Milwaukee Tool Shows and offer students the chance to compete against CNC students from across the state at the Skills USA competition.

For more information, or to join the club, contact the club advisor.

West Bend Campus Club Advisors: Jim Hokenson and Craig Seidel

Cosmetology Club

Cosmetology Club is open to all cosmetology students interested in becoming involved with their community. Club members also have the opportunity to travel to Chicago to attend one of the largest national hair shows.

For more information, or to join the club, contact the club advisor.

Fond du Lac Campus Club Advisor: Eileen Bouchard

Criminal Justice Club

The Criminal Justice Club is comprised of students in the program who have a vested interest in becoming a better part of their school and involvement in community activities. Student membership includes the American Correctional Association Membership (ACA), which governs the Wisconsin Correctional Association (WCA) and are eligible to its benefits. Club members engage in networking with professionals, conferences, and educational opportunities which are encouraging and supportive to personal growth.

For more information, or to join the club, contact the club advisors.

Fond du Lac Campus Club Advisors: Joan Barfield and Jeff Gruss 

Culinary Arts Club

The Culinary Arts club is an active group that holds a limited number of major fund raisers to help culinary students pay for educational trips at the end of each year. It also donates goods and proceeds to campus and local organizations as a part of its mission as an MPTC student club.

For more information, or to join the club, contact the club advisor.

Fond du Lac Campus Club Advisors: Tom Endejan and James Simmers

Diversity Club

The Moraine Park Technical College Diversity Club is a fellowship of likeminded yet diverse individuals who value the promotion of communication and interaction among the Moraine Park community to support our diverse student body, their families, and the community at large.

We strive to:

  • Advocate for and raise awareness of diverse issues within the college body and local, state, and federal governmental agencies
  • Create a network of students and successful alumni in order to provide professional and leadership opportunities after graduation
  • Provide accurate, specific information concerning diversity issues to all students, their families and other support groups
  • Provide a place for students to meet and support each other while discussing and exploring diverse issues.

For more information, or to join the club, contact the club advisor.

Fond du Lac Campus Club Advisor:  Emily Hayes

Donut Club

The Donut Club is a community service organization. Each semester, the club members select a local population in need and engage in community service activities that will serve that population. The club also participates in service activities organized by Student Life on the Beaver Dam campus. The club meets monthly during the school year and, of course, enjoys donuts at our meetings!

For more information, or to join the club, contact the club advisor.

Beaver Dam Campus Club Advisor: Melissa Ewoldt

Electricity Club

The Electricity Club offers students the chance to compete against students in Electricity from across the state and nation in Skills USA. In 2016, an Electricity student from MPTC placed 1st in the National Skills USA Industrial Motor Control Competition.

For more information, or to join the club, contact the club advisor.

West Bend Campus Club Advisor: Mark Wamsley

EMS (Emergency Medical Services) Club

For more information, or to join the club, contact the club advisor.

Fond du Lac Campus Club Advisor: Andrew Novak

EPD (Electrical Power Distribution) Club

For more information, or to join the club, contact the club advisor.

Beaver Dam Campus Club Advisor: Mark Throndson.

Graphics Club

For more information, or to join the club, contact the club advisor.

Fond du Lac Campus Club Advisor: Shawn McAfee

GUTs (Gas Utility Technicians) Club

For more information, or to join the club, contact the club advisor.

Beaver Dam Campus Club Advisor: Steve Logan

Health and Wellness Club

The Health & Wellness Club offers students the ability to network in the field, attend regional and state conference and promote student leadership.

For more information, or to join the club, contact the club advisor.

West Bend Campus Club Advisor: Elizabeth McLean

HVAC-R Club

The HVAC-R Club provides opportunities for students to network and expand their knowledge in the field. Previous activities have included participating in the Lennox Conference and volunteering in the community.

For more information, or to join the club, contact the club advisor.

West Bend Campus Club Advisor: Kevin Niedfeldt

Interactive Media/Graphics Club

Be creative and collaborate with other members on outside projects such as:
graphics, video shoots and editing for local community organizations

Facilitate fun on campus fundraising events like: poster raffles, Halloween pumpkin designs and costume contests, bake sales, and more.

Join and get the chance to go on our annual field trip to the C2E2 Comicon In Chicago. Other opportunities to come!

Meet new students! Make new friends!

Keep in mind that belonging to a club looks great on your resume!

For more information, or to join the club, contact the club advisor.

West Bend Campus Club Advisors: Tom Ward and Joe Sibilski

IT (Information Technology) Club

The IT Club provides social and educational opportunities for students to expand their skills in the Information Technology field. Students explore the IT career field at local and regional conferences and seminars, promote opportunities for professional development & networking, and participate in community service initiatives.

The club is comprised of students in the following programs: IT Network Specialist, IT Tech Support, IT Mobile Applications Developer, IT  Software Developer, IT Web Development and Design Specialist.

For more information, or to join the club, contact the club advisor.

Fond du Lac & West Bend Campus Club Advisor: Jeff Sonnleitner

Medical Lab Technicians Club

The Medical Laboratory Technician Club (MLT Club) is comprised of students in the program who have a vested interest in medical laboratory science, becoming a better part of their school and involvement in community activities. Student membership includes regular meetings, luncheons, assistance with conference registration and associated fees for the American Society of Clinical Laboratory Scientists’ Annual Wisconsin Convention (ASCLS-WI). ASCLS-WI is one of the professional support groups for laboratory science. Attendance at this conference promotes networking opportunities and updates on the latest laboratory trends.

For more information, or to join the club, contact the club advisor.

Fond du Lac Campus Club Advisor: Linda Bau

Phi Theta Kappa (PTK) Honor Society

Phi Theta Kappa is an internationally recognized honor’s society of two-year colleges based on academic merit. Phi Theta Kappa members engage in the development of leadership skills, community and college service opportunities, and network with other scholars. Scholarship opportunities are a hallmark of Phi Theta Kappa, offering eligible members financial assistance with degree completion.

For more information, or to join the club, contact the club advisor.

Beaver Dam, Fond du Lac & West Bend Campus Club Advisor: Iolanda Oliva

Radiography Club

The purpose of the Radiography Club is to promote learning and hands-on experience of diagnostic imaging while serving and giving back to our community.

For more information, or to join the club, contact the club advisor.

Fond du Lac Campus Club Advisor: Nichol Seidl

SHRM (Society for Human Resource Management) Club

Who We Are

MPTC Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) is a nationally affiliated student organization for college students. Our membership is open to all undergraduate students in all majors who are interested in human resources.

Our Mission

To advance the knowledge, skills, and abilities of  SHRM club members by providing essential resources through education, networking, career guidance, and human resource activities.

For more information, or to join the club, contact the club advisors.

Beaver Dam, Fond du Lac & West Bend Campus Club Advisors: Mary Vogl-Rauscher and Cynthia Bernhard

SME (Society of Manufacturing Engineering) Club

The Society of Manufacturing Engineers (SME) club is open to all Moraine Park students but is most often made up of students from the Engineering Technician programs. The club’s purpose is to encourage education related to manufacturing; promote manufacturing and engineering as a career; and serve the greater good of the College and local community. Each year, the club does a number of tours and field trips, hosts technical speakers, and participates in some community service projects.

For more information, or to join the club, contact the club advisor.

Fond du Lac Campus Club Advisor: Thomas Roehl

SNA (Student Nurses Association) Club

Student Nurses Association is an opportunity for students in all semesters to make connections, find resources and be successful within the nursing program. Students are offered support throughout their semesters of nursing school from other students and nursing faculty; in addition being a member of SNA is beneficial while seeking jobs at time of graduation. Joining SNA is a wonderful opportunity to meet other nursing students and collaborate with alumni; work together on community service projects; and develop leadership skills. Come join us!

For more information, or to join the club, contact the club advisor.

Beaver Dam Campus Club Advisor: Grace Rommelfanger

Fond du Lac Campus Club Advisors: Melissa Rodriguez and Barb Brown

West Bend Campus Club Advisor: Danyel Giacomini and Karrie Bruegman-May

Student Veterans Association

The Student Veterans of America (SVA) Club is open to veterans, and those currently serving, as well as students, faculty, staff, family members and supporters of individuals who have served or currently serving.

The club’s purpose is to support, serve and advocate for military connected students and their families and is a great way to get involved on campus and within the community. The club provides a continued sense of camaraderie among service-members, and is an excellent means for military connected students to immediately connect with others who have already had the experience or challenge of transitioning into college.

So, come and check out the SVA and be heard.

For more information, or to join the club, contact the club advisor.

Beaver Dam, Fond du Lac & West Bend Campus Club Advisor: Gus Boyle-Gustavus

Welding Club

For more information, or to join the club, contact the club advisor.

Beaver Dam Campus Club Advisor: Gary Watry

Fond du Lac Campus Club Advisor: Jeffrey Beach

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