Students explore clubs offered at CBU
Riverside, Calif. (Sept. 16, 2019) – Hundreds of California Baptist University students attended a Club Fair in Stamps Courtyard at California Baptist University on Sept. 13. The event, hosted by the CBU Community Life office, featured more than 70 club representatives that highlighted academic and social clubs in addition to recreational activities that are available throughout the semester.
Madeline Schaller, a nursing senior, greeted event-goers on behalf of the Students of Nursing Association club. Schaller has been involved with the club for more than a year. The club provides opportunities for service beyond the classroom, Schaller said.
“It is a good way to get hours of community service and it is good for your resume. When I graduate and apply for jobs, it will help me stand out from the crowd,” Schaller said.
Kamari Hooks, an accounting senior and president of the United Club, said her club aims to explore diversity and help welcome all races and ethnicities on campus.
“We come together to talk about our differences and multicultural backgrounds in an effort to become united,” Hooks said.
Karli Yocum, a biology junior, joined the biology club.
“I want to be surrounded by people who can give guidance on what direction I can take with my career,” Yocum said.