Any campus involvement looks good because it shows you have a variety of interests and are willing to do more than the base requirements to graduate college. While a club related to you major/career is a good idea, leadership positions are what employers are truly looking for. Volunteer activities look great too, so don't be afraid to look off campus for a good way to give back and build that resume!
While the specific club doesn't matter so much, having something on your resume is important. A 4.0 student who just studied will get overlooked for a 3.7 student who was involved in three clubs and led one of them. It shows they can juggle multiple responsibilities and is a testament to their people skills.