Students Demonstrate Passions at Activities Fair

Xi Wang/The Avion Newspaper.
The Activities Fair had a large turnout of students seeking to advertise their clubs to those looking to get involved on campus.

Victoria Jordan/Correspondent

On Thursday, Sept. 21, Embry-Riddle held its annual Activities Fair. At the activities fair, all student clubs and organizations presented themselves for new recruitment reaching out to all incoming and returning students. Students had the opportunity to rack up lots of club swag and come in contact a wide variety of groups that they can participate in during the current
school year such as:

  • The Avion Newspaper
  • White Hat Eagles
    Cybersecurity Club
  • Caribbean Students Association
  • Alpha Phi Omega Fraternity
  • Sigma Sigma Sigma Sorority
  • Fellowship of Christian Athletes
  • Unmanned Aircraft Systems
  • American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics
  • STEM Outreach Club

    … and many more!

From attending the Activities Fair, you could see the passion that the current members have for their organization as they explained what they do, why they do it, and how they do it. You could not help but feel as though you were joining a new family of individuals that have similar interests and level of dedication as yourself. 

Samantha Stirmel/The Avion Newspaper. A club representative explains the functions of a drone to an
interested student during the Activities Fair.

As attending the activities fair was a requirement for all students in University 101, all freshman joining a club can add these new activities to their resume in preparation for the upcoming Career Industry Expoon October 12th.

In an interview with Freshman Bailey Porter, she exclaimed, “I was very impressed by how much enthusiasm was shown at each booth. I felt very welcomed and am looking forward to joining a few organizations.”

“The activities fair is a fun and innovative way to learn what clubs are available here at school. We should keep this tradition as it is a way to remain involved with the campus,” stated Freshman Keira Mosely.

Our organizations here at Embry-Riddle will continue to flourish as these new faces from the Activities Fair create endless possibilities for new ideas and innovation to improve student life.