WHS hosts club fair
Extracurricular organizations will have the opportunity to advertise what they have to offer in the WHS Club Fair.
The fair will take place on Oct. 29, during lunches 5A, 5B and 5C.
Twelve clubs are currently signed up for the Club Fair.
David Snider, chair of the Faculty Advisory Council, and member of the Science Dept. observes the benefits of the Club Fair.
“Basically, it is a chance for clubs to promote themselves and to get more kids involved,” Snider said.
Ally Szukaitis (12), founder of the Photography Club, also believes the Club Fair is a great way to get the word out about the clubs of WHS.
“I’m hoping that more students will be informed about Photography Club, and will want to join,” Szukaitis said.
Clubs will provide information about themselves, along with a preview of what that club is like.
“I want to showcase photos taken by some of our members and what activities we do and plan to do in Photography Club,” Szukaitis said.
According to an article by The Huffington Post, extracurricular activities are high on the list of important aspects of an application to consider because they give a college an idea of the kind of person an applicant is and what they love to do.
The WHS Club Fair will benefit students by showing them many of the clubs their school has to offer.
WHS will host the club fair Oct. 29.