Hobby & Interest Clubs 

Hobby & Interest Clubs

Do you want to meet new people? Want to learn something new, or maybe you’re looking for a new social group?

Check out our Student Clubs! You can find a club or start your own!

Centennial Punjabi Student Association

The Centennial Punjabi Student Association aims to encompass the promotion of Punjabi culture, the cultivation of community solidarity through inclusive hospitality to newcomers, the orchestration of vibrant cultural events, and the dissemination of awareness regarding Punjabi heritage among individuals from varied backgrounds. Furthermore, a dedicated emphasis is placed on wellness initiatives aimed at elevating the overall health and well-being of the community.

Gurkaran Singh, President
Amritpal Singh Chamdal, Vice President
Gurpreet Kaur, Admin Officer

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Centennialista Filipino Association

The Centennial College Centennialista Filipino Association serves as an inclusive and vibrant community at CCSAI, passionately dedicated to exploring and celebrating Filipino culture. While it offers a supportive space for Filipino students, its doors are open to all who have an interest in immersing themselves in the richness of the Filipino heritage. This community aims to foster widespread engagement by hosting a variety of culturally enriching activities and providing indispensable support services.

Follow us on Instagram @Cetennialista_CCSAI
Follow us on Facebook @Centennialista

Angela Jelin D. Ventura, President
Ramon Alexis Tobasco, Vice President
Anjelli Ocampo, Admin Officer

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Electrical Engineering Student Society

The Electrical Engineering Student Society Club is a vibrant community dedicated to fostering the academic and professional growth of aspiring electrical engineers. Join us to engage with like-minded individuals, gain industry insights, and embark on a journey towards excellence in electrical engineering.

Dave Israel Puertas Valencia, President
Johnathan Donnelly, Vice President
Anand Sai, Admin Officer

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EmpowerTech Women’s Club

Our college club is dedicated to creating a professional network for students in the field of Software and Networking technologies, empowering those at the outset of their careers, expanding members' skill sets, and inspiring future students to explore the possibilities within the realm of Information and Communication technology. We aim to build a nurturing community that not only supports our current members but also paves the way for greater diversity, equity and inclusivity in the tech industry.

Visit our website
Follow us on Instagram @EmpowerTechWomen.CCSAI
Contact us by email

Mahlia (Halima) Omar, President
Ulfany Furcal De Leon, Vice President
Vivian Oluomachukwu Aniebonam, Admin Officer

Environmental Student Society

The Environmental Student Society is a student-run organization that represents all Centennial College Applied Biological and Environmental Sciences students. Our purpose is to educate students while also providing resources and opportunities for community stewardship. These are accomplished through monthly meetings at which students can attend and speak about their concerns, as well as through campus and community events hosted by the club. These meetings and activities assist the society in moving ideas, issues, policies, and initiatives forward.

Samantha Bowman, President
Ronald Polo Cortegana, Vice President
Maria Vasquez Pineros, Admin Officer

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Global Medic Centennial

GlobalMedicCentennial is the Centennial College chapter of GlobalMedic, a registered Canadian charity that provides disaster and conflict relief with humanitarian aid both internationally and domestically. This includes medical, RescUAV, water, food, flood, and shelter. While it’s not possible to be a deployable member as a student, you can still volunteer your time with GlobalMedic itself (assisting with packing, etc.), and within the college to raise funds and awareness for GlobalMedic through events!

Kirill Lin, President
Maleah Gill, Vice President
Luke Cabral, Admin Officer

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Are you interested in joining one of these clubs and want to connect? Email [email protected] to get in touch if there is no contact information available for your club of interest.

If you don’t see a club that interests you, you can start your own!

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Complete an online club application 

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Attend club training 

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Ratification 

Frequently Asked Questions

Where can I see the list of current clubs?

The list of the current clubs can be found on our CCSAI Clubs Page. Be sure to check back regularly as clubs can start at any point in the semester!

How do I start my own club?

To start your own club, first you’ll need an idea – what will your club be for? Next you’ll need 3 students to be your executives and at least 5 more students as general members. Complete the online application, attend club training, and then you’ll be ratified as an official CCSAI club!

How can I join a club?

You can visit the CCSAI Clubs Page to see the contact information of each club, or you can contact the club through their social media page, and send them a message saying you want to join their club!

You can also contact CCSAI and let us know which club you’re interested in joining and we’ll connect you with their executives.
When can I join a club?

Anytime! There isn’t a specific deadline or timeline to join a club. You can join a club at any point in the semester!

I want to start my own club, but I don’t have enough people – what should I do?

Let us know! Send us an email at [email protected] and we’ll be able to help you in how you can find more people for your club and the club application process. 

Why should I join a club?

Clubs are a great way to meet new people and engage with Centennial’s community. You’re able to meet other students who share the same interests as you and you might even make some lifelong friends along the way!

Why should I start a club?

Taking a leadership role in a club is a great way for you to enhance your experience at Centennial. As a club executive, you’ll get to develop event planning skills, communication skills, and leadership skills. You’re also creating a platform for students to come together and build a community and you’re making a positive impact on campus!

What do clubs do?

Clubs provide events, engagement activities, and community-building opportunities for students –  and they’re all student-run and student-led!

What’s the difference between a club executive and a general member?

Club executives serve as the first point of contact for the club and they serve as the leads of the club and its decision makers while general members are members of the club. Each club operates differently so the roles of a club executive and a general member can vary depending on the club.

How can I find out what club events are coming up?

We include the upcoming club events and activities on the CCSAI Events page. If you want to stay up to date with the events of a specific club, be sure to follow them on social media and connect with the club directly.