Student Networks and Clubs

Student Networks

SA Recreational Networks is a series of activities and programming that is focused on the overall well-being of GBC students outside the classroom. The benefits of joining a Student-Led Recreation Network is the opportunity to develop leadership and soft skills such as communication and teamwork.

Examples of activities include non-traditional sport activities, self-defence programs, student-led recreational programming and activities that aid in stress management.

Recreational Networks
Health Networks
Academic Networks
Clubs

Recreational Networks

For more information about starting or joining student-led recreation networks contact:
Phone: 416.415.5000 Ext. 6003
Email: networks@sagbc.ca

The list of student recreational networks available for GBC students
Network Name Description President / Club Supervisor

Anime Vortex – Next Generation

The purpose is sharing common interest of Japanese animation and novels with George Brown students and members of the GBC community.

animevortex.gbc@gmail.com

George Brown Archery Network

 

gbcarcheryclub@gmail.com

Games Network

The network is focus on the gaming community around George Brown and facilitate gaming activations throughout the school year.

rajdimatera@gmail.com 

GBC Dungeons and Dragons

The aim to help students with design, writing, speaking and social skills video game activation and peer-to-peer interaction.

conradoiacono@gmail.com

GBC Dragon Boat Network

GBC Dragon Boat was formed in 2013 with the goal of promoting to GBC students in living a healthy and fit lifestyle through the sport of dragon boat. We are currently accepting new paddlers for the 2019-20 Dragon Boat Season!

hans_benedict@yahoo.com 

GBC Drawing Network

To host life drawing sessions and other similar drawing related events bi-weekly. To encourage students to draw regularly, and decompress. This will help students' strengthen their visual art skills, as well as promote wellbeing and relaxing as drawing can be therapeutic. Our goal is to create a welcoming, none stressful environment where anyone interested can come and participate regardless of skill level and get creative as they draw from a live model.

Ljcoleary@gmail.com

GBC ESL Toronto Culture Network

Toronto Culture Network tries to give the chance of exploring the diverse culture of Toronto city and its vibrant lifestyle to the students.

gnajeraesteban@georgebrown.ca

GBC ESL Drone Network

Through the ESL Department, Students that have an interest in learning about drones and participating events that is associated with drones.

trucylau@gmail.com  

GBC ESL Volunteer Network

The network offers opportunity for students to volunteer within George Brown College and also with external organizations. The goal is to offer opportunity for students to get involved with the community.

gnajeraesteban@georgebrown.ca

GBC Robotics and Drones Network

 

tanim4u@gmail.com

GBC Ski and Snowboarding Network

The purpose of the network is to create a social network for students that love skiing and snowboarding in the winter season.

maja.marks.muran@gmail.com 

IGDA (International Game Developer's Association) GBC)

 

rajdimatera@gmail.com 

Haus of Games


The GBC Board Games and Friends network invites you to join us for a weekly dose of fun! We have strategy, concentration, party games and many more. And if you don't know how to play, don't worry. Our Game Master will guide you!

erikcorneau@hotmail.com 

League of Legends

George Brown League Of Legends is a network where we gather and play a game on the computer called League Of Legends.

David.Dang@georgebrown.ca

OLAS

The Organization of Latin American Students (OLAS) provides students at George Brown College with Hispanic/Latino descent with the opportunity to share their culture with all students, faculty and staff at George Brown College. The network welcomes all students to join this network. OLAS serves as an academic space, focusing on discussions and activities such as: education, culture, history, politics and events.

calvinsoto@outlook.com

 

 

 

Pixel Lab

The purpose of this network is to unite the students from different years in the Gaming program (T163). The network will be held in a computer lab and feature retro gaming opportunities.

victor.m.skierski@gmail.com

Smash!

The purpose of this network is to focus on gaming community (specifically super smash brothers) around George Brown and facilitate gaming activations throughout the school year.

rshimoda@gmail.com 

Trophi Party

Trophi Party Dance Network exists to promote integration between students at GBC that enjoy cultural arts, particularly dancing and listening music

calvinsoto@outlook.com

 


Volume One is GBC's premiere network for Anime, Manga, Gaming PC/Console, Cosplay, Fanfic and more. Our multimedia rooms provide CrunchyRoll releases as well as a gaming room stocked with XBox & Playstation. Bring your handhelds & smartphones for Pokémon Fun.

david.w.c.so@gmail.com

Zumba/ Salsa GBC ESL Network


Help students to de-stress by turning their attention to dance and away from the daily grid. Help students to improve their coordination and concentration.

david.echeverria.2016@gmail.com

Health Networks

SA Health Networks creates a community for George Brown students to come together for wide range of purposes and learning opportunities to improve the health, mental well-being and wellness of students at George Brown College.
The Health Network are focused on peer-to-peer mentoring, counselling, workshops on mental-wellness and various programming that resonates with mental health.

Student-Led Health Networks available to GBC students

The list of health networks available for GBC students
Network Name Description President / Club Supervisor

ASL Network


ASL Network Toronto offers opportunity for individuals to learn American Sign Language. The network also focuses on creating bridges between the hearing and the Deaf culture.

aslclubto@gmail.com

ESL – American Sign Language

American Sign Language and Deaf Culture Network offers opportunity for individuals to learn American Sign Language. The network also focuses on creating bridges between the hearing and the Deaf culture.

clarence.cansicio@georgebrown.ca

NewView Collective

Mental Wellness support group for students. It is a resource for students who suffer from mental health conditions and come seek support from their peers.

nathaniel@newviewcollective.com

The Network

The purpose is to bring awareness and assist with educational success to students who identify as black. The Network also provides counselling and mentorship to students.

Dania.Niles@georgebrown.ca

GBC Medlife

 

Alicia.Jensen@georgebrown.ca

Student-Led Academic Networks

The Academic Networks facilitate students coming together to form academic groups that support peer-to-peer learning and contribute to academic success.

The list of academic networks available for GBC students
Network Name Description President / Club Supervisor

Canadian Nursing Student Association

CNSA provide a communication link among nursing students across Canada recognizing the specific language needs of our bilingual country. CNSA is the liaison with other organizations that are associated with nursing, healthcare and education.

hilda.oni@georgebrown.ca 

Enactus

Enactus George brown College seeks to help our community to achieve the economic and social success by empowering students with the field education opportunities through partnership and learning innovations. Enactus primarily operates multiple business ventures, either for profit or non-profit. These ventures will be consistent with our mission and directed towards both Enactus at George Brown College and the communities in which we live.

Enactus@georgebrown.ca 

Entreprenergy

 

Genia.Melbourne@georgebrown.ca 

GBC Computing Network

GBC Computing provides a social environment for members to engage in challenges and activities related to computer programming.

Daniel.Lee3@georgebrown.ca

GBC Renovators

 

Lisa@lefrost.com 

GBC Robotics and Drones

The club is for GBC students in the Robotics Technician program and provide sessions to learn more about industrial robots and manufacturing system.

Pranava.Pandya@georgebrown.ca 

GBC Theatre Mice

The purpose of Women in Business (WIB) is to create a safe space for everyone to discuss their experiences, hardships and successes within a business framework. We aim to support women in attaining the skills they need to effectively position themselves in a competitive workplace via appropriate programming and advocacy. In addition, we will empower students through creating meaningful connections and networks with prominent leaders within the community.

jack.copland@hotmail.com 

HR Society

Human Resource Society focuses on putting human resources events for GBC students. This consist of networking events and speed mentoring.

Kate.Brown@georgebrown.ca 

IDEA (Interactive Design and Experience Agency)

 

Abhishek.Sroya@georgebrown.ca   

M.A.D (Music Arts and Design)

The MUSIC, ART AND DESIGN CLUB is designed with the main purpose of composing, performing and recording songs for the production and manufacturing of an annual music release.

proyes@georgebrown.ca 

Mix Media

Mix Media provides a platform for students throughout the semesters to help facilitate workshops and to connect with other students in the design school program.

kershama.noel.14@gmail.com 

Project Management Club

The mission for the network is to form a project management club for the students in B-415. The members will be responsible for organizing events related to promotion and education of students in the field of PM.

PraneetRMSingh@georgebrown.ca  

Supply Chain Management Club

The purpose of the club is aligned with the students in the Supply Chain Management program, with a focus of demand management, production planning and other functions.

SoonHoJay.Chin@georgebrown.ca 

Student Photography Association

 

Spaofgbc@gmail.com 

Sustainability Squad

 

stephanie.foster@georgebrown.ca 

The Consulting Club

The consulting club is a collaborative and networking space for Business Students at George Brown. The club provides real-world practices and collaborative learning for our students to gain relevant workplace experience.

leonard.dalipi@georgebrown.ca 

Women in Business

The purpose of Women in Business (WIB) is to create a safe space for everyone to discuss their experiences, hardships and successes within a business framework. We aim to support women in attaining the skills they need to effectively position themselves in a competitive workplace via appropriate programming and advocacy. In addition, we will empower students through creating meaningful connections and networks with prominent leaders within the community.

Naomi.ScuratovskiWernli@georgebrown.ca

T127

The mission of our club is to enhance and expand members' skills, while stimulating passion and curiosity for technology.

t127club@gmail.com

Clubs

Clubs at GBC are a great way to bring back face-to-face contact in areas of cultural interest, personal interests and social movements.
This is your chance to interact with a wide variety of people, expand your skill set or find a new interest. Student clubs promote campus life and are inclusive and open to all. Join a club today.

Creating a club is as easy as 1, 2, 3:

  1. Find a common interest or belief that you share with other students.
  2. Fill out the clubs application at campusvibe.ca/sagbc
  3. Submit your completed club application online

Contact information

Russ Adade, Clubs Coordinator
clubs@sagbc.ca
St. James Campus, 200 King St. E., room 147

Club Directory

This is the official clubs list recognized by the Student Association and George Brown College. For a detailed summary of clubs please also visit https://studentassociation.ca/clubs/.

Please note that this list is always being updated as clubs start at all times during the year. Keep visiting for updates! clubs@sagbc. ca

The list of clubs available for GBC students
Club Name Description President / Club Supervisor

Bangladesh Student Club

BSA purpose is to introduce and promote various aspect of life and culture of Bangladesh.

Asif.Farabi@georgebrown.ca

Chinese Students and Scholarship

 

CSA.Georgebrown@gmail.com

Filipino Students Association of GBC

Our mission is to reflect George Brown College's culture of promoting workability skills through mentorship and networking opportunities as well as to promote the enrichment of Filipino culture.

Fsaofgbc@gmail.com

GBC Sikh Students

 

gbsikhstudents@gmail.com

George Brown Punjabi Association

The George Brown Punjabi Association (GBPA) is created to establish an attainable and peaceful environment for all students at GBC. The purpose of the GBPA is to raise awareness to the Punjabi culture and welcoming international/domestic students that study at George Brown College.

Kavneet.Samra@georgebrown.ca

Helping Each Other

Helping Each Other is a club with a focus on making new students familiar with George Brown services and help them with finding part-time jobs (on-campus), tips for studying and various services at the college.

HEOClub@outlook.com

Iranian Student Association of George Brown College

 

Isagbc2020@gmail.com

IGDA GBC

To bring together all students in game development related programs at George Brown College and allow them to learn from and connect with other student developers. In addition, the organization/club will enhance students' experience at the college through various events and meetings.

Sinder.drake@gmail.com

Korean Student Association

The purpose for the club is to support Korean Students' well-being and success at George Brown college through the meetings and the events.

Sangjun.Lee@georgebrown.ca

Mosaic

The club provides an avenue for the exchange of information and activities between students and members of George Brown college. The organization shall strive to foster a greater appreciation for diversity through educational and social activities.

blackstudentsuccessnetwork@gmail.com

Muslim Student Association

The goal of MSA is to create an encouraging and inclusive environment to the Muslim population at George Brown. Our mission is to serve the needs of these students on and off campus. The Aim and Purpose of MSA is to serve and represent the needs of Muslims on and off campus. This MSA will work towards integrating their values into George Brown's community.

iqra3225@hotmail.com

Power 2 Change

Movement that is dedicated to helping students discover Jesus and change the world. Their mission is to help students experience God's love and forgiveness and become world changers as they make faith a lifelong commitment.

David.Gayle@georgebrown.ca

Repair The World

The purpose is to be an inclusive club that shares global humanitarian efforts, emerging relationships in the middle east and contribution to environmental sustainability.

shani_elmakias@hotmail.com

The Salon

The salon holds monthly meeting of intellectual, social and cultural exchange and discourse. A monthly event focused on discussing and sharing ideas, work, projects, life and being active in the conversation of life as creative person.

Marcus.Fichtinger@georgebrown.ca

Speakers of GBC

To share and practice skills in public speaking and interpersonal communication.

rhiploylee@georgebrown.ca

Viet GBC

The Vietnamese student organization at George Brown is dedicating to providing support and services to the student body while encourage better understanding of Vietnamese culture at George Brown.

Vietgbc@gmail.com

 TPE Unofficial 

 

Andrew.Blackburn@georgebrown.ca