Something for Everyone at Masters Upper School Club Fair
With creative displays, candy and tons of enthusiasm for a variety of causes, upper school students held their annual Masters School Club Fair.
The event took place in the Strayer Hall gymnasium on Monday, September 16, and students in attendance were able to sign up for and receive information on more than 60 student-run clubs and organizations. “The Club Fair celebrates a huge range of Masters interest; from science research to sea shanties and everything in between,” said Interim Dean of Students Jeff Carnevale.
“The Club Fair brings a ton of opportunities for students and it is an exciting way to become more social, meet people and share common interests,” said junior Anna Kief, one of the students involved in the Gender and Sexuality Alliance organization.
The event is also a “great place for freshmen to get a sense of everything that is available at Masters,” added Zachary Barnet ’20, who was recruiting members for the Gender and Sexuality Alliance.
The event is organized by the Dean of Students Office every year. Clubs are led by two co-chairs and supported by a faculty advisor. You may visit this page to learn more about student clubs and organizations at Masters.