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Fayetteville-Cumberland County Youth Council LogoFayetteville-Cumberland Youth Council
Adviser:  Crystal Glover,  Youth Development @Cultural Arts Program Coordinator
Membership: 9th-12th-grade students, who are able to participate and attend Youth Council Meetings
Dues: none
Meeting Dates:  1st and 3rd Mondays each month

The Fayetteville-Cumberland Youth Council’s (FCYC) mission is to serve as a voice for the youth in a youth-led organization, focusing on the betterment and promotion of our community.  FCYC serves as a cross-generational link and participates in service projects and social events to promote character-building and leadership development.  Students are nominated to represent  Cumberland International Early College High School.


National Speech and Debate Association/ Forensics logoForensics/Speech and Debate
Adviser:  Shannon Jarman 
Membership:
9th-12-grade students.
Dues:  $35.00 for competing members 
Meeting Dates:  Monday, Tuesday, and Thursday after school and mornings by appointment.   

The Forensics/Speech and Debate Team is a competitive team.  The team attends tournaments all over North Carolina and the United States.


National Logo for Global GirlsGlobal Girls
Advisers:  Janae Poe and Christel Early
Membership:
  9th-12th grade female students 
Dues:  $25.00
Meeting Dates: 2nd and 4th Thursdays each month

Global girls is an organization that seeks to improve the quality of life of young women at CIECHS by increasing leadership skills, promoting the importance of education and community service. They focus on building character, integrity, and self-worth.


 A picture of a blue globe with flags of all the countries.International Club
Advisers: Johan Muriel and Leonardo Romero Fonseca
Membership: 9th-12th-grade students, in good academic standings
Dues:  none
Meeting Dates:  2nd and 4th Thursday each month

International Club will provide an excellent opportunity to learn about different countries from around the world. Members will learn dances from other cultures and how to sing in other languages.  There will also be opportunities to participate in activities advancing knowledge of other countries.


The Internationally Known Men of Cumberland International Early College High School is designed to identify and achieve goals of each male participant. Internationally Known Men
Adviser:  Marlon Richardson
Membership: 9th-12th-grade male students
Dues:  $25.00
Meeting Dates:  2nd and 4th Wednesday each month

 The Internationally Known Men of Cumberland International Early College High School is designed to identify and achieve goals of each male participant.  Internationally Know Men helps men prepare for the future.  They are taught how to enter the post-graduate world and become globally competitive.  Young men will gain enrichment from academic support to social awareness.  Through this process, participants will build character and leadership.  


A picture of a blue circle with the words National Honor Society. National Honor Society
Adviser:  Mia Watson 
Membership: 9
th-12th-grade students with a 3.0 GPA
Dues:  $25.00 
Meeting Dates:  3rd Thursday of the month

The National Honor Society (NHS) recognizes outstanding high school students that demonstrate excellence in the areas of scholarship, leadership, service, and character.


Spanish National Honor Society LogoLos Embajadores (Spanish National Honor Society)
Advisers:  Johan Muriel and Leonardo Romero Fonseca
Membership: students enrolled in Spanish 2 or higher with a GPA of 3.5 in Spanish.
Dues:  $25.00 
Meeting Dates:  2nd and 4th Thursday each month 

The Spanish National Honor Society recognizes outstanding high school students who are studying Spanish.  


 A picture of a globe with the words Science Olympiad since 1984 30 years.

Science Olympiad 
Advisers:  Jancie Brown-Davis and Maureen Stover
Membership:
9th-10th-grade students interested in STEM; at least a 3.0 GPA
Dues:  $35.00
Meeting Dates:  Wednesday afternoons; competitions at FTCC.

North Carolina Science Olympiad is a competitive club.  The tournaments are rigorous academic interscholastic competitions that consist of a series of different hands-on interactive, challenging and inquiry-based events.  While being apart of the Science Olympiad, you will learn to be well balanced between the various disciplines of biology, earth science, environmental science, chemistry, physics, engineering, and technology.


Arabic ClubArabic Club
Adviser:  Rana Nasser 
Membership: 9th-12th-grade students
Dues:  $10.00
Meeting Dates:  2nd and 4th Tuesday of each month

 

The Arabic Club is designed to give students an opportunity to develop their knowledge of different Arabic speaking countries and cultures. Members of the club are going to learn Arabic dances, Arabic singing, Arabic food, Arabic Architecture, Arabic Traditional Dresses, Arabic Arts including Calligraphy and mosaic.


 A blue sign with the National Association of Student Councils.Student Government Association 
Advisers:  Anyonga Blackwell and Marlon Richardson
Membership: 9th-12th-grade students; 2.5 GPA
Dues:  $30.00
Meeting Dates: Thursdays                                                   

Student Government Association (SGA) members are representatives of the student body. SGA enables you to have your own opinion and the opinion of your peers heard. SGA teaches you how to develop your voice, leadership skills, social skills, and confidence. You will develop skills that will help you not only in high school but throughout your life. 


 A picture of  books and the word Yearbook.Yearbook 
Adviser:  Laronda Freeman
Membership:
  reliable 9th-12th-grade students
Dues:  none; must purchase a Yearbook
Meeting Dates:  every Tuesday each month

Yearbook is by application and interview only. Students wishing to participate in the creation of the yearbook must have access to the internet and a computer at home. Students must also be able to attend meetings after school once or twice a month.


The Key Club is a student-led organization whose goal is to encourage leadership through servicing others.

Key Club
Adviser:  Jancie Brown-Davis and Maria Ford
Membership:
9th-12th-grade students 
Dues: $25.00
Meeting Dates: 2nd and 4th Tuesday mornings

The Key Club is a student-led organization whose goal is to encourage leadership through servicing others. Key Club International is a part of the Kiwanis International family of service-leadership programs.

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Published by Anyonga Blackwell on September 25, 2019