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UNKLAB NURSING ENGLISH CLUB
Founder : Mr. S. Hadjo & Riky Pomantouw
Advisor : Mr. S. Hadjo
President : Riky Pomantouw
Vice President : Lesly Malonda
Secretary : Dewita Surentu
Treasurer : Veronica T/ Swingly Dumanau
Program Creative : Glory Rupilu
Multimedia : Mervel Liogu
President : Dralle Sampelan
Vice President : Glory Rupilu
Secretary : Nancy Karel
Treasurer : Welly
Program Creative : Susan Tulaar
This club is officially established on November 13th, 2011 as a day of our first meeting with the members (14 people).
Theme: Speak Out
The Nursing English Club (NEC) envisions itself as an organization bent on establishing a society that enhances the communication skills of its members with great confidence.
In the light of its vision, Nursing English Club’s mission is to develop every member in terms of language proficiency and communication skills. We want to support and encourage each other as learners. It is also the organization’s mission to provide extended knowledge and experience in the field of Language plus our major study as well. We are here to connect in friendship as human beings and dare to speak up with doing fun activities together. Furthermore, it also aims to provide its members the moral of the organization inspired by the vision and mission of Unklab Nursing Faculty.
According to our mission, we set up 3 general goals that should we accomplish.
- Improve and develop English in daily activities
- Able to compete in era globalization
- Develop each member creativity and compatible in unity
Our programs that support each goal above will be listed below:
- Speaking English in every regular meeting
- Has English Days every weeks on Monday & Thursday
- Participate in Faculty Programs
- Do fun activities in every regular meeting such as games, general diary’s telling, watching movies that contain with field of Language or our major study
- Do academic tutor, term memorizing, and discuss about study case
- Social and Church visit
- Invite some lecturers to join and teaching in club some of the time
On our Nursing Day Event 2o11, we had already presented a short comedy drama about “How important English for Nurses.” We also had joined with Voice of Nursing when visited a church for teaching in Sabbath school introduction for kids. We shared English songs, and they enjoyed it. This’ one of a song that we thought:
I am so free 3x ’cause the Father loves me!
I wanna clap my hands,
stomp my feet
Pound on a drum,
swing on a tree. (weeeei)
I am so free ’cause the Father loves me
He gives us His will, to keep us from evil
We are His daughters and sons
For the kingdom and the power and the glory forever
And i know, His kingdom is coming – coming – coming ~~~
I wanna clap my hands, stomp my feet
Pound on a drum
Swing on a tree (weeeei)
I am so free ’cause the Father loves me 3x
Kids were so excited about this song, and their parents also wanted to join to sing with us. Some of us also joined with Nursing Share Club for social visit in an orphanage. Our regular meeting was run smoothly; we did memorize medical terms, watched movies, and short games, we also discussed, helped each other with their study case, and did academic tutoring. Somehow for our next Nursing Days events we hadn’t got any chance to participate because the programs were totally filled up, but we’re on prepared to participate in Nursing Day this year, hopefully we’re honored get the chance to participate, . Our English Days are still progressing and most of our members really try their best to speak English, since this isn’t our mother-language.