Students Leaders Visit Washington, D.C.

Student leadership is one of the most beneficial extracurricular activities a college student can get involved in on campus. It’s about: discovering who you are and what you are passionate about, making new friends, building a professional network, maximizing your opportunities, developing your skills, and – most importantly – having fun along the way. Within Student Life, we have witnessed first-hand how students’ lives have been changed because of their leadership experience. Abed Arian, SGA President, is one of those students and he recently returned from a Student Life-sponsored trip to Washington, D.C.

Abed in front of the White House

“Every year CPCC takes the Phi Theta Kappa students on a trip to Washington, D.C. to learn more about the U.S. government and serve the community while bonding with fellow students. This year the Student Government Association was invited to join in on this great opportunity, and it was an honor to be able to go. During this trip, I learned about the history of the U.S. government as well as explored some of the most fantastic sights of American history. I also got to build relationships with some of the students. My roommate, Alvan, specifically made an impression on me. Although we are both in SGA, it was not until this trip that we were able to really get to know each other. I am grateful for the lasting friendships I was able to make and all the history I got to experience.”

If you are interested in getting involved on campus, please visit the EXPLORE site for a list of student organizations offered at CPCC, ranging from academic-focused to special interests. With more than 40 recognized clubs, the options are endless for getting involved. Current student leaders who are interested in developing their club members and growing their organization can visit the EVOLVE site for resources and tools.

Explore. Equip. Evolve.

One of the great things about college is the opportunity to get involved on campus. College is about making new friends, understanding different perspectives, and experiencing new things. Students should make the most of their college experience and maximize what is learned in the classroom by becoming engaged outside the classroom.

To get started, visit the EXPLORE site for a list of student organizations offered at CPCC, ranging from academic-focused to special interests. With more than 40 recognized clubs, the options are endless for getting involved. Don’t see anything that interests you? Then make sure to read our Explore Handbook to learn how you can establish a new student organization on campus.

If you are already a member of a student organization, make sure you visit the EQUIP site to get more information about club guidelines (including the most up-to-date handbook) and to access all forms related to club activities. If you have questions about completing forms, please see the Student Life Coordinator at your campus.

Current student leaders who are interested in developing their club members and growing their student organization can visit the EVOLVE site for resources and tools, including leadership tips and a list of icebreakers that you can use to re-energize a meeting or event.

Explore CPCC Student Organizations

One of the great things about college is the opportunity to get involved on campus. College is about making new friends, understanding different perspectives, and experiencing new things. Students should make the most of their college experience and maximize what is learned in the classroom by becoming engaged outside the classroom.

To get started, visit the EXPLORE site for a list of student organizations offered at CPCC, ranging from academic-focused to special interests. With more than 40 recognized clubs, the options are endless for getting involved. Don’t see anything that interests you? Then make sure to read our Explore Handbook to learn how you can establish a new student organization on campus.

If you are already a member of a student organization, make sure you visit the EQUIP site to get more information about club guidelines (including the most up-to-date handbook) and to access all forms related to club activities. If you have questions about completing forms, please see the Student Life Coordinator at your campus.

Current student leaders who are interested in developing their club members and growing their student organization can visit the EVOLVE site for resources and tools, including leadership tips and a list of icebreakers that you can use to re-energize a meeting or event.

Student Organizations: Explore, Equip, Evolve

One of the great things about college is the opportunity to get involved on campus. College is about making new friends, understanding different perspectives, and experiencing new things. Students should make the most of their college experience and maximize what is learned in the classroom by becoming engaged outside the classroom.

To get started, visit the EXPLORE site for a list of student organizations offered at CPCC, ranging from academic-focused to special interests. With more than 40 recognized clubs, the options are endless for getting involved. Don’t see anything that interests you? Then make sure to read our Explore Handbook to learn how you can establish a new student organization on campus.

If you are already a member of a student organization, make sure you visit the EQUIP site to get more information about club guidelines (including the most up-to-date handbook) and to access all forms related to club activities. If you have questions about completing forms, please see the Student Life Coordinator at your campus.

Current student leaders who are interested in developing their club members and growing their organization can visit the EVOLVE site for resources and tools. Also, don’t forget to check out the online Student Leadership Guide for additional leadership resources.