Vaughn’s Club Fair Helps Students Connect on Campus
Vaughn College hosted its annual fall club fair in the main lobby on Thursday, September 17. From 11 a.m. to 12:30 p.m., students from numerous organizations gathered to promote student engagement and public service through the organizations’ outreach efforts.
The Women in Aviation club executive board wasted no time spreading the word about the opportunities offered when becoming a member.
“Joining the organization allowed me to become more involved in aviation activities beyond the classroom,” said Deon Francois ’18. “ I was able to break out of my shy character and connect with people that share the same interests as I do.”
The Women in Aviation club and many other campus organizations cater to both men and women and offer mentoring, scholarship opportunities, networking events and skill building workshops.
Circle K also attended the tabling event to make their presence known to new students this semester. Circle K is an organization that provides community service and outreach efforts to Vaughn students. Through fundraising events, they are able to improve student resources throughout the year.
“The club fair is great because it lets our peers know we’re here,” said Karina Quijano ’16, president of Circle K. “ We will continue to attend these events to show our school spirit.”
Other clubs in attendance included the American Association of Airport Executives (AAAE), Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV) club, Robotics, Chess Club, the Vaughn Veterans Organization, Art and Photography Club, Game Development and Design Club, Student Government Association (SGA), Society of Women Engineers, Residence Hall Association (RHA) and the Vaughn Athletics department.
Women in Aviation executive board members at the club fair.