Below is a listing of the organizations affiliated with the department, each having a social science faculty member as their sponsor. These organizations form the extracurricular side of the Institute for Civic Involvement. Please click on any logo below for more information.
Check out the Pine Crest Mock Convention website that will be hold on Friday, January 30th. Please click here for more information.
Political forum serves as the organizing body for all clubs and organizations within the Institute for Civic Involvement. The Forum also plays host to a lecture series featuring the movers and shakers of local, state, and national government. Please click here for more information.
The ICI Newsletter is an occasional periodical focusing on political issues of the day. Written by students, the Newsletter is sent to local, state, and federal officials and friends of the Institute. Click here to view our latest issue.
Our Teenage Republicans are an active group that focus on campaigning and participating in Republican party activities. Often, the TARs will invite guest speakers. Please click here for more information.
The Young Democrats much like the TARs, focus on activism especially as it relates to the affairs of the Democratic Party. The YDs will often invite guest speakers and campaign on behalf of democratic candidates. Please here for more information.
The Pine Crest International Relations Club focuses on encouraging students to actively participate in negotiation, diplomacy, and problem-solving with a background in International Relations through participation in Model United Nations Conferences. Please click here for more information.
Pine Crest Institute for Civic Involvement
Pine Crest School Social Science Department & the Institute for Civic Involvement