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Involvement Fair introduces students to clubs

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Mason Hood
Students attended the Club involvement Fair in Student Union on Tuesday.

AACC’s Office of Student Engagement hosted an Involvement Fair on Tuesday to introduce students to clubs they can join.

Students came together at the Student Union to meet the officers of several dozen organizations.

Student Government Association President Zack Buster said the event showed students what clubs have to offer.

“When we all come together, we can show the student body what we got and have to offer,” third-year communication student Buster said.

Students who attended the event said they found some interesting clubs to consider.

First-year business student James Cavanaugh said he found many clubs that “interested me. I was looking for some cool people to meet and make some new friends.”

Students said they like the effort the club leaders put into the event.

Second-year forensic student Sophie Oswald she “liked spinning the [cybersecurity] wheel” at the SGA table. “It’s clear that there’s been a lot of work put into this,” Oswald said.

Quite a few club advisers attended the event.

“It allows me to meet new people,” history professor Richard Hardesty said.

“I like meeting new people,” said Hardesty, the faculty adviser for the History Club. “It’s one of the great things about being a teacher. Every semester there is a new group of people [and] an opportunity to embark on knowledge and be a mentor to students and have a positive impact on people’s lives.”

Lab technician Cassie Martins, the Ceramics Club adviser, said she has “been at the college for over 20 years now and I’ve helped out with the club for probably about that long. So I love what I do, and I love getting students interested in the club.”

Students can find a list of clubs to join by visiting https://nest.aacc.edu/.

 

 

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