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PostPosted: Tue May 26, 2009 7:27 am    Post subject: Student Association Reply with quote

Many people may regard student association as an ordinary club, but actually it has a little difference from clubs. The student association consists of several departments. For instance, a department taking charge of activities and a department being responsible for money and so on. Every department is independent but those who join the association will cooperate with each other. Besides, the function of the association is chiefly to hold activities or voice opinion for students. For example, in December, those who join the association will hold a market being full of stands selling hand-made things and anniversary celebrations of the school and in March, there will be a traditional apple festival being held. This activity is mostly designed for people who want to express their love or blessing to people. Moreover, there will be a concert and an election of student association in May. There are many activities that will be held by student association. As far as I am concerned, I joined the association when I attend the school. I learn some experiences that is how to hold activities, how to cooperate with classmates, how to deal with distribution of work and how to have a meeting. What’s more, I also learn some experience about how to talk with seniors. I consider it a good choice to join the association. Though once in a while, I feel busy and tired, in the end, I really get wonderful experiences from activities we held. Thus, unless you join the association, you won’t know how good experience you will learn and how the association it functions.
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