Post Tagged with: "Open-membership"

GEORGETOWN PROGRAM BOARD/FACEBOOK | Some organizations have begun to practice open membership, including Georgetown Program Board. Open membership succeeds in combatting the exclusivity that pervades club culture, creating a healthier environment for members. While participation can be an issue for open membership clubs, the practice helps students put their extracurriculars in perspective.

Open Membership Improves Club Culture at CAB Fair

Since club culture is a stressor for incoming freshmen, the Council of Advisory Boards fair is an opportunity for students to see what is available to them and what might be of interest. Two hundred fifty-four different student organizations tabled during this September’s CAB fair. CAB fair not only represents[Read More…]

by April 12, 2019 0 comments Club Issue, Guide - Top, The Guide
GEORGETOWN UNIVERSITY CLUB SPORTS/FACEBOOK | The CAB Fair serves as a showcase for many students looking to find the clubs they hope to call home on campus, with many clubs showing up to attract new sign-ups. Recently, CAB Fair 2.0 launched, which features only clubs with open membership.

Campus Clubs Form Integral Part of Student Culture

When Georgetown students introduce themselves on campus, a laundry list of identifiers ensues: name, school, year, major, maybe hometown and then extracurriculars. At Georgetown, club involvement can determine friendships, social involvement and perception on campus. This emphasis on involvement in often application-based, seemingly exclusive extracurriculars has led to the emergence[Read More…]

by April 12, 2019 0 comments Club Issue, Guide - Top, The Guide
CENTER FOR SOCIAL JUSTICE Georgetown’s Council of Advisory Boards is set to host the inaugural CAB Fair 2.0, exclusively for clubs with open memberships.

Inaugural CAB Fair 2.0 Looks to Combat Exclusivity

The inaugural “CAB Fair 2.0,” hosted by Georgetown’s Council of Advisory Boards, is scheduled for Sunday, Oct. 14. The fair was organized to combat club exclusivity on campus. The second CAB Fair, which will take place on Harbin Hall’s patio, was proposed as a way to highlight clubs that are[Read More…]

by October 12, 2018 0 comments Campus News, News, News - Top