WCTA Club Elections!

Milena Nguyen, reporter

The end of the school year is nearing, bringing club elections along with it to start new chapters for all of the clubs at WCTA. This school year has brought on many hardships for club officers as everything has shifted to being online, yet many clubs have been able to be run perfectly despite these situations.

Some people’s experiences being an officer during the pandemic have helped them to better their leadership skills and learn to adjust to make the meetings the same as they would in real life. Ethan Reyes, the current WCTA vice president of Key Club says “Officers have done well communicating and helping future officers by holding training and always responding to questions diligently”.

The excitement of officers is also what makes club elections so thrilling because they are passing down the torch to others for them to serve and give back to the community. Sarah Kim, the current WCTA HOSA secretary says “Club elections are so exciting because I can meet new members who want to take up the responsibility of leading our organization and HOSA’s mentorship program allows us to meet one on one with future officers and help slate them into a role that best fits them”.

Tensions and electrifying experiences are soon to rise as new officers are to be elected for each club. Even though this school year had some takeaways, the clubs and organizations have helped make up for it by allowing WCTA students to have some fun in these times of darkness.

Student clubs and organizations are holding elections for the next school year.

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