Intercollegiate Student Leadership Experience (ISLE)
We are Fanning the Flames of Leadership this fall and we want you to be LIT (Leader Igniting Teamwork) with us!
We're getting rid of the social media, the "tik-grams" and "insta-toks," for the weekend and focusing on YOU!
Take the weekend to Reset and Recalibrate your talents and leadership style; Light the Fire to Inspire with others IRL (in real life), and Open Horizons to action in yourself and those around you!
Apply HERE to spend the weekend of September 22nd-24th in the mountains of Prescott with other current and aspiring leaders from colleges throughout Arizona. Deadline to apply: September 1.
Women Rising is an organization that empowers female students. It is a sisterhood where students unite to form long-lasting relationships supporting one another as they pursue their higher education goals. Click HERE for more information.
Male Empowerment Network (MEN)
The Male Empowerment Network (MEN) is designed to improve the retention and degree completion rates of its minority male students. Click HERE for more information.
Student Public Policy Forum (SPPF)
SPPF provides you with learning opportunities that allow you to earn course credit, while being an active community citizen. You will have an opportunity to meet with a variety of elected officials and others working in the public policy arena. No prior political experience is necessary. More information can be found HERE.
Student Support Foundation (SSF)
The purpose of the Mesa Community College Student Support Foundation (MCC SSF) is to empower new leaders in philanthropy by providing financial assistance to students. The MCC SSF supports projects, events, and proposals that promote the Mission, Vision, and Values statements of Mesa Community College. Click HERE for more information.
Student Government (ASMCC)
ASMCC is a student governed organization that works to advance the needs and interests of Mesa Community College students by promoting and maintaining a democratic form of student government. They develop, implement, and regulate programs that will further the intellectual, social, physical, person, and leadership development of MCC students. Visit the ASMCC webpage for information.
Multicultural Student Council (MSC)
Are you interested in a leadership opportunity focusing on diversity and inclusion? The Multicultural Student Council aims to promote and celebrate intercultural enrichment and diversity at Mesa Community College. The Council advocates for students by creating a sense of belonging and awareness around cultural diversity and social inequality, including race, ethnicity, LGBTQ+, students with disabilities, veterans, gender, and religion. All are welcome to join! Visit the Multicultural Student Council webpage for information.