Future Educators Club
Sponsors - Ali West and Michelle Cusick
The Future Educators Club meets each month at 12:30 pm in room 152 of the Academic Building. The club is designed for future educators, however, everyone is welcome. Guest speakers cover updated information in the education field as well as share real experiences in the public school classroom. The club offers opportunity to give back to the local communities by such activities as collecting food, coats for Cleburne County Cares Inc. and school supplies for local public schools.
Gamma Beta Phi Society
The Gamma Beta Phi Society, Inc is an honor and service organization for students in colleges and universities in the United States. The objectives of The Gamma Beta Phi Society as stated in its Constitution are to recognize and encourage excellence in education, to promote the development of leadership ability and character in its members, and to foster, disseminate, and improve education through appropriate service projects. Each chapter implements these objectives by procedures consonant with the local situation and in cooperation with the faculty and administration. The motto of The Gamma Beta Phi Society is "Progresses per Eruditionem" its watchwords are "Scholarship", "Service", and "Character.
Phi Beta Lambda
Phi Beta Lambda is the name of the affiliation of the collegiate level of Future Business Leaders of America. It is a club designed to help students who are business-oriented be able to accumulate skills and practices suitable for the business world. ASU-Heber's chapter reaches out to all students of all backgrounds and majors. Our chapter's mission is to better equip all students on the ASU campus, not just those majoring in business. Members of Phi Beta Lambda accept the philosophy that all students are entering into business somehow, therefore, acquiring and educating oneself of business information is essential to all students.
Rotaract is a preparatory organization for the community's Rotary club. Rotary is the nation's largest service organization in the world. Students who participate in Rotaract will gain knowledge of community networks, community service, and international relationships. There are also opportunities to travel with this club as the international conferences are great places to network with others to move our community abroad and forward. Students also benefit personally from being involved in this organization beyond the networking aspect as there are scholarships given by the local Rotary club to selected active students.