There is something for everyone at the fair: academic clubs, social clubs, social justice and activism groups, environmental clubs, volunteer opportunities, community organizations and much more. There will be free food and giveaways, too!
4 ways to make the most of the spring Involvement Fair
- Think of your hobbies and interests, and what you want to gain from getting involved. Are you interested in meeting new people? Do you enjoy giving back to your community? Are you looking for experiences to add to your résumé?
- Student groups, campus departments and community organizations will be at the fair with involvement and volunteer opportunities.
- Go to the fair with an open mind and time to walk around—you never know what might speak to you when you get there.
- Think of questions to ask organizations you are interested in to become familiar with expectations and time commitments.
Reasons to attend if you're a ...
- Find your place at CU; make friends by getting involved.
- See everything that campus has to offer all in one place.
- Help make the campus “smaller” by finding your niche.
- You've had a year to settle into campus, make friends, get a grip on classes. Now see what other things campus has to offer and how much there is to get involved with in your free time.
- Come to find your perfect fit.
- Start buffing up your résumé with things you’ve been involved in.
- Find something to specialize in or something you excel at.
- Perhaps gain some leadership skills.
- Get ready for internships.
- It's your final year: Find ways you can get involved and boost your résumé so that applying for jobs seems less daunting.
- Explore graduate school opportunities.
- Possible experience in your chosen post-school employment field.
The spring Involvement Fair is hosted by the Center for Student Involvement. Find more ways to get involved on campus by visiting their websites.