Richland college clubs

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Richland college clubs

  1. 1. The Blue Jeans<br />Kathy, Katie and Yair<br />
  2. 2. Long ago in the age of the Dinosaurs… no wait!! Not that long ago!<br />“ Historically, clubs occurred in all ancient states of which we have detailed knowledge. Once people started living together in larger groups, there was need for people with a common interest to be able to associate despite having no ties of kinship. Organizations of the sort have existed for many years, as evidenced by Ancient Greek clubs and associations in Ancient Ruji.”<br />[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Club]<br />
  3. 3. Is it true?<br /> Educational research shows that students who join a club, or otherwise get involved in campus life, tend to succeed in their studies. Plus, meaningful involvement in extracurricular activities can give you the needed edge when competing for jobs and scholarships.<br />[http://www.richlandcollege.edu/osl/clubs.php]<br />
  4. 4. It depends.<br /> Some people join clubs for pure funrather than enriching their lives. For others, they joined because the club appealed to them or they find it could help with a subject they struggled in. From our group’s surveys we concocted, no student’s who were in clubs had any problems with their grades when they joined a club.<br />
  5. 5. So why are there so little people who are in a club? D:<br /> Some people just don’t have the time for that and have a full time job! Many students chose to be a full time student and focus all their attention for class rather than use their time on clubs. Other students have said that there are just no clubs that appeal to them, and are too lazy to waste their time in a club.<br />
  6. 6. Solutions:<br />Make a club yourself! It’s easy and fun if you get lot’s of friends to join!<br /> &..<br /> STOP BEING LAZY!! You’re paying for classes anyways, might as well absorb everything the compass has to offer you!<br />
  7. 7. How to start a club<br />Stop by to the room E040 to get information and an registration form to start a club.<br />Explain to the student program why you want to start a club. (Must be educational)<br />Advertize your club on the board located right across the hall from the student program office<br />Clubs must have 10 members in order to be recognized<br />Once you’re approved to start the club, they will find you a room at Richland college where you can meet once or twice a week.<br />
  8. 8. Fun facts:<br />Richland college school website: www.richlandcollege.edu/osl/clubs.php<br />Did you know you receive $100 for starting a club?<br />They plan field trips to places outside the class room, depending on the club.<br />Some of the clubs are full of women ;D<br />

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