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What is the value of collegiate clubs?

Asked Appleton, Wisconsin

Is there any added value that employers place on students who participated in clubs in college? If so, how important was it?
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Samantha’s Answer

Updated Boston, Massachusetts

Hi there- I personally think it's worth joining and participating in a club, if you have the time. Having been involved in resume review and the hiring process in my recent jobs, I know that many supervisors do take notice. If you find an organization that you're intrigued by or interested in, it's worth giving it a shot-- nothing to lose really! If you can find a volunteer opportunity or internship that's not directly affiliated with your college, then go for that instead-- there is great value in that too. Overall, the objective is to be able to show that you're a well rounded and curious person! Maybe that's through a club or other outlet.