From Science Day in the fall to Fun Day, with special needs students with disabilities, in the spring, these clubs offer tremendous opportunities for personal growth.In addition to sponsoring professional development conferences on campus, these clubs travel extensively to state, national, and international conferences.
Collegiate Middle Level Association (CMLA) provides an organized source of information that advances appropriate middle level teacher preparation, promotes collegiate participation at many levels and provides information about current middle level opportunities.
The national website affiliate is www.nmsa.org.
The Physical Education (PE) Club is a club geared toward PE majors in the teaching education and sports management tracks. This club provides professional development for education majors and minors across all content areas. Particular emphasis is given to participation in state and national conferences.
The Student National Education Association (SNEA) allows students the opportunity to become members in a professional organization committed to advancing and strengthening public education.
Bethany’s chapter focuses on community service and professional development opportunities for students and area teachers. Bethany’s chapter of SNEA is a part of a network of chapters within the state of West Virginia.
Science Day – During the fall semester, SNEA partners with the Brooke County PTA to sponsor Science Day on campus.This event allows area elementary students in grades 3-6 to attend Bethany's campus and conduct hands-on science experiments with Bethany College students.