Carthage has more than 130 student clubs and organizations through which students can get involved, explore possible careers, meet other students, work closely with faculty advisors, and perform customer service. See a full list of Carthage student organizations on The Harbor, our website for student organizations.
Association of Carthage Education Students (ACES)
ACES holds weekly meeting throughout the school year that are open to all Education students. A variety of topics are covered. Some examples are books for future teachers, licensing in Wisconsin and other states, edTPA, testing, etc. Speakers are frequently scheduled as well.
Pi Lambda Theta
Pi Lambda Theta is the international honor society and professional association for students in education. While Carthage does not have an active chapter of Pi Lambda Theta, students should still consider joining this association to be recognized for their achievements as a student. Membership is open to graduate and undergraduate students who are nominated by their institutions or invited by a chapter. Students must have an intent to pursue a career in education, a cumulative grade point average of at least 3.5 on a 4.0 scale, and current enrollment in a qualified degree program. Undergraduates must have achieved at least a sophomore standing in a baccalaureate degree program or pre-baccalaureate degree program in education that meets prerequisites for a baccalaureate degree program.
Pals and Partners
The Pals and Partners program is very popular with Carthage education majors. The program pairs Carthage students with community children who are identified as “at risk” because of home life or experiences in school. Carthage students provide a positive role-model for the children, help them understand the importance of school, and encourage them to get involved in positive activities outside the classroom.
Racine/Kenosha Reading Council
Why should you belong to the Racine/Kenosha Reading Council?
- Excellent programs and speakers provide opportunities for professional growth
- Network with others dedicated to the improvement of literacy
- Share programs and ideas • Resources of Wisconsin State Reading Association
- (WSRA) and the International Reading Association(IRA) available
- Stay current and informed with what is happening in Wisconsin.
- Meet fantastic people just like yourself, who want to further literacy in our community!
If you’re interested in joining the council, contact Prof. Patricia Rieman.