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Forester Fair showcases out-of-class opportunities

Scores of students attended Spring Forester Fair on January 25 to learn about clubs and organizations on campus that can help them on their career pathway.

“Participation helps students build their co-curricular portfolio and get some good experience outside the classroom over the course of the semester,” said Liz Snider, assistant director of the Gates Center for Leadership and Personal Growth. “Forester Fair is a good opportunity to do that.”

Forester Fair is held twice a year at the start of each semester to help students get a jump on exploring their areas of interest.

Foresters have nearly 90 active student organizations, club sports, and intramural opportunities to choose from. Involvement in campus life outside the classroom provides important, “real-world” experience that gives students the edge, both personally and professionally.