The International Club is a support and social network open to all students (domestic and international), which provides opportunities for everyone from different backgrounds and nationalities to come together.
Students, faculty and staff are all welcome to learn about different cultures while promoting respect and understanding. Diverse activities are offered all year, including the International Education Week, participation in the regional Night of All Nations, and the Diversity Festival, to name a few.
Officer elections occur each year, typically at the end of the Spring Semester.
- President: Ayaka Kobayashi (Japan)
- Vice President: Karen Yabuta (Japan)
- Treasurer: Junna Wada (Japan)
- Secretary: position vacant
- Director of Activities: position vacant
- Members at Large: Riya Madhuwal (India), Caitlin Brown (United States)
The I-Club is one of the oldest existing clubs at TMCC, and is made up of students of all nationalities. It was created as a social and support network.
The club provides an environment in which people can learn about different cultures while promoting respect and understanding.
The I-Club participates in and plans numerous activities throughout the year based on the interests of the membership. Active members may suggest, plan or lead activities.
Activities have included henna tattoos, origami, quick language lessons, Diversity Festival, International Education Week, participation at the UNR Night of All Nations, Japanese Cherry Blossom Festival, Halloween parties, pizza and bowling, hikes, snowshoeing, language lessons, holiday party, movie nights and more.
If you would like to participate in the I-Club, please contact us. You will be placed on an email list for all activities and to find out about meeting days and times. We are always happy to welcome new members. If you would like to actively participate in the I-Club, the membership fee is just $6 per semester, which allows you to attend many I-Club activities for free or for a discounted price.