Why are club activities organized?
Clubs at Helga
Helga Club Tupa
Helca Club Tupa is a club which purpose is to bring together the students in Haaga-Helia who are interested in geek culture. They watch movies, play board games and organize other activities.
Helga The Uncool Bookclub
Helga The Uncool Bookclub is an online club for anyone who loves books and reading. Everyone is welcome to join and have a group discussion with others on Zoom meeting, once a month. The first virtual event is on Thursday 1st of April. For more information, join their Discord channel or follow the club on Instagram!
The aim of the club is to act as a voice for its members, oversee the interests of its club is to empower the community of students belonging to ethnic, religious, or visible minorities. The club provides an opportunity to take on current issues and open up, expand your network, and create a multi-cultural community, and challenges the outdated structures and practices of higher educations members, seeks to create a representation, and provides opportunities for networking and peer support.
Helga Koke or Helga’s CoderClub is a low threshold club for those interested in coding. KoKe’s core idea is to plan a project together and then carry it into effect with tools and techniques used in the working life. You can also come to Koke with your own project, if you need help with homework and you can also offer peer support to other students in regard to coding!
Singing belongs to everyone and the Voice of Helga is here to give everyone a fun karaoke experience. The Voice of Helga is originally a club of three friends who found each other in Baarikärpänen’s karaoke and were immediately united by a love of singing karaoke. The activities of the club will consist of events, raptures and being together. Anyone can join the club just when they feel like singing or even to the club’s event team to test their own event-producing skills. The club does not require any previous skills