This is our seventh showcase of the MCNC’s Online Pocket Guide to Co-Curriculars – “the good, the bad, the ugly…”
- Part 1: Co-Curricular Expo
- Part 2: WHY you should make an effort to join Co-Curriculars at Macleans
- Part 3: Co-Curricular Showcase: Anime Club, Lion Dance, Orienteering, Fencing Club, Barbershop Girls’ Chorus, Book Club, Interact Club, Juggling Club
- Part 4: Service Expo – How you can get involved!
What is the Interact Club, and what do you do?
Interact is a service club that aims to help out in the wider community. Over the course of the school year, leaders organise various fundraisers to raise money for worthy causes, such as the genetically inherited disease Cystic Fibrosis, which is our main supported charity. In addition, volunteering is a big part of interact with bucket collections and visits to the Ronald Mcdonald House scheduled for 2016.
Why should you join Interact Club?
Personally, I joined Interact because belonging to a club that helps others made my life feel meaningful. I have always watched ancient Chinese dramas and dreamed of being the hero who lends a helping hand to others. Joining Interact made me feel that although I may not be a stereotypical hero, I can still make a difference. So if you have a passion for giving back to the community from which you take, join the Interact club!
When are meetings, and how do I join?
Interact aims to hold one meeting a month (which is announced in the daily notices and posted on facebook) so it is not a highly demanding co-curricular. Also, don’t forget to join the Macleans College Interact Club 2016 group for upcoming news and information on Facebook.
To join, simply click on this link and fill out this form: bit.ly/InteractClubSignUp2016
Contributors to the Co-Curricular Showcase are: Elinor Wang, Joyce Chan, Cassandra Liu and Wayne Zhou. Edited by: Zachary Wong