REACH Across Dayton seeks to promote learning in the arts and humanities by creating an atmosphere that builds respect, knowledge, appreciation, and understanding for this area's diverse cultural populations.
This is a unique and multidisciplinary collaboration among several departments at Sinclair Community College in Dayton, Ohio which aims to develop and pilot a broad, modular, competency-based program that will empower students either to succeed in a wide range of technical, scientific and mathematical careers or to succeed in additional higher education endeavors.
The purpose of this club is to promote educational and mentoring support for African American male students. They sponsor a speaker's series, facilitate study groups, tutor high school students, assist with employment opportunities, and host other cultural awareness events.
The AITP name for this organization was voted in by members in 1996 to represent the evolving nature of the IT field & the diverse skills of IT professionals.
The purpose of the Sinclair Choral Music Association is: 1. To bring together SCC students, faculty, staff and community members interested in choral music events, showcase and advertise the SCC Music Department, sponsor activities around campus, and foster a collaborative relationship between students and SCC faculty. 2. To serve as a service organization for the SCC Music Department by encouraging positive student attitude and involvement in various capacities. 3. To provide guidance and instruction for those interested in a career in choral music by inviting artists/lecturers to campus, and encouraging attendance at educational music events and conferences.
This is the access portal to the DAYMUNC website.
This site is intended to answer most questions individuals may have about becoming a teacher in Ohio. If you have a degree or intend to pursue a degree in education, this site may be of interest to you.
The Holocaust is now more than half a century in the past - but it is still very much with us, in the way it has affected the children and grandchildren of its victims and of others connected with one of the most horrific events in world history.
The International Education Committee promotes international interest and maintains year-round projects on the Sinclair campus. It actively participates in several major events and programs in the Dayton area.
At Sinclair, MAC Students learn American Sign Language (ASL),and also learn about Deaf culture and it's community.
The purpose of this club is to provide a resource base for accurate information on Native American issues. The club's mission is to promote Native American artists, musicians, and writers who address the Native American Indian experience, both on and off the reservation.
Within the last ten years we have organized a club for those students in the OTA program. This club was formed on the basis of friendship and hopes of giving all persons in the program a sense of unity.
The Sinclair Ohio Fellows Leadership Development Program will be a force for leadership development for Sinclair students.
Phi Theta Kappa, the international Honor Society of the Two-Year College, provides recognition for students enrolled in degree programs at accredited community colleges. Students eligible to enroll for membership become part of a large, dynamic honor society upon induction.
Our mission as the Physical Education and Excerise Science Club is to increase interaction among students, faculty and staff at Sinclair Community College. We will interact with members of the local community and professionals in the fields of Health, Physical Education, and the Exercise Sciences.
The mission of the Sinclair Disney Club is to encourage and recruit other students to participate in the Walt Disney World College Program.
Sinclair's Student Leadership Association functions as a means of communication between the student body and the administration, and as a special events programming board. It is authorized to recommend action or policy to the college administration, and investigate any matter affecting the student body. All chartered student clubs and organizations are voting members of the General Assembly of the Student Leadership Association. The Student Leadership Association has three elected officers: President, Vice President, and Administrative Vice President. These positions are filled in May when SLA elections are held. Sixteen senators and six representatives' positions are also available. The Student Leadership General Assembly makes appointments to these positions. Contact Student Leadership Association at: StudentGovernment@sinclair.edu
Women in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (WiSTEM) is an information network that provides support for Sinclair's female students in engineering technologies. WiSTEM provides information about stimulating and financially rewarding career opportunities, salaries, and job openings.
Did You Know?
Sinclair faculty are consistently awarded for their teaching excellence.
Sinclair is the largest regional provider of online education, with more than 180 different online courses.
With more than 40 clubs and organizations, Sinclair's campus life is active and vibrant.
Sinclair's student/faculty ratio of 19 to 1, among the lowest at Ohio's colleges, allows students to receive more individual attention.