Kinesiology Student Clubs
Students are encouraged to become actively involved in their profession through classroom and laboratory experiences, internships, and extracurricular activities. Many opportunities are available for students to become professionally involved including participation in student clubs and attendance at local, regional, and national conferences. These activities facilitate networking with other students, faculty, and professionals working in the field.
Kinesiology Ambassadors Club (KAC) -
- Currently Inactive
The Kinesiology Ambassadors Club is open to all kinesiology majors and minors. Kinesiology Ambassadors advocate for physical activity, health, and wellness in the community and within San José State University. The Club also promotes the major of kinesiology within San José State University and the community.
Physical Education Teacher Education (PETE) Club - Currently Inactive
PETE Club members work together to assist, support, and promote the development of highly qualified physical education teachers.
If interested in reactiving this club, please contact Dr. David Daum, email@example.com.
Pre-Physical Therapy Club (Pre-PT)
The Pre-Physical Therapy Club provides community resources, peer advising, guest speakers, and volunteer opportunities for members to help them become stronger candidates for physical therapy graduate programs.
Club Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Club Application: https://tinyurl.com/preptclub2021
Sport Management Student Association (SMSA)
The SMSA is an organization that seeks to provide students with the opportunity to further their knowledge of the sport industry. The organization endeavors to secure relationships with local, state, and national sport organizations to develop networking opportunities, practical knowledge, and sport industry experience.
Club President: Leland Manaois
Email for more information: email@example.com