The College of Agriculture and Human Ecology at Tennessee Tech encouraged agriculture students to join their organizations and become more active on campus at their second annual club fair Sept. 13.
There are 13 clubs students can choose from: including Agribusiness Economics Club, Intercollegiate Equestrian Team, Alpha Gamma Sigma, Environmental Conservation Club, Block and Bridle Club and Pre-Vet Club.
The fair depicted ways agriculture majors can get involved on campus. It also offered opportunities to meet club members face-to-face and ask about their organizations, fair sponsors said.
“We started this fair last year hoping to get more people involved and we ended up having so much success we decided to make it an every year thing,” Rachel Ledbetter, council president said.
Courtney Brooks, senior agriculture business major, said her interests align with the Block and Bridle Club, which prepares students for a career in the livestock industry.
“I want to improve my resume and gain as much experience within this field as I can before I graduate,” Brooks said.
Brooks said students are never too old to join a club and become more active on campus.