The El Paso Community College Chemistry Club is looking for new members.
Courtesy Chemistry Club
Chemistry club looks to increase number of members this fall semster.
All students are invited to become members of this club, including early college students.
“I would highly recommend it for those who have interest in going into the science field for a career, because through the club we do offer a membership to the American Chemical Society,” said Emily Bueno, member of the Chemistry club.
Students don’t have to be majoring in Chemistry to join the club.
“Current members of the club come from all different walks of life, and share the fact that they are committed to helping themselves, fellow members, the club and the community,” said Bueno.
“The club could be for anyone who is majoring in art to architecture, we just offer science related extracurricular help and it’s at the members own choosing if they decide it’s something they are interested in.
The Chemistry Club came to be last fall semester and is geared toward opening new doors and assists with introduction to new people in the prospective fields.
“Being a young club, us the members have seen it grow to what it is today, and we would love to share that pride with prospective members looking for a place to feel welcome,” said Bueno.
They’re now opening their doors to those interested, and would like to help make all members’ college resumes stand out, setting themselves apart from others.
For anybody interested, current meetings are held every Friday at noon at the Rio Grande campus at 100 West Rio Grande Street.
For more information contact Emily Bueno at email@example.com.
“Students considering a club should realize that it can and will open doors as well as introduce them to new people in their field, build character, leadership skills and a great college resume that can set them apart from other applicants just like the Chemistry Club did and is doing for me and others,” explained Bueno.