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Chat With A Club: Spanish Club


¡Hola! ¿Cómo esta usted? I hope well!


Do you know what could make your day even better? Showing up to Spanish Club! Spanish Club is NSHS's own Club de Español! We work on playing Kahoots, making papel picado, splitting up our committees, and having fun! Read more to be convinced to come to Spanish Club!



To convince you to join Spanish Club, I interviewed Sra. Romero, a leader of the club, and I answered it based on what I have experienced too!


What does Spanish Club do?


Spanish Club helps kids connect with Hispanic culture. From a physical standpoint, Spanish Club does many things as well. From global outreach projects such as The Pulsera Project to marketing the club, there is a lot you can do in the club! There are five committees within the club that work on different projects. The committees include fundraising, meeting activities, global outreach, publicity, and community projects. If you either have a large preference to or not to do a certain thing, you can decide what to do!


What opportunities are within Spanish Club?


Many opportunities are within Spanish Club. The largest opportunity in Spanish Club is The Pulsera Project. Mrs. Romero says, "The Pulsera Project is a nonprofit organization that educates, empowers, and connects Central American artists with students in more than 3,000 U.S. schools through the sale of colorful hand-woven bracelets, or 'pulseras' in Spanish." Not only can you add your time with the project on resumes for clubs and jobs, but you can also learn more about Central American jobs, economics, and more!


If The Pulsera Project, our Global Outreach Program, doesn't sound good, here are some others:

  • If you are the type of person who is artistic, our Publicity Committee is perfect for you!

  • If you are a planner, our Meeting Activities Committee is right for you!

  • If you are a person who is connected in the community and knows all about events in the Quad Cities, you might want to look into our Community Committee!

  • Finally, if you are into the money and fundraising--to maybe go to Cabos--side, please join the Fundraising Committee and help us brainstorm our fundraiser!


How could Spanish Club help me as a person?


Spanish Club can help you accept other cultures that aren't your own. Hispanic and Spanish-speaking countries' cultures are usually unknown to us in the Midwest. However, with Spanish Club, you can learn about them and even implement them in your life!


Do you have any other information that you would like to tell everyone?


Spanish Club might sound like a lot of work, but it isn't a bore at all! We thought of having dance lessons and even going to Cabos to eat after a fundraiser! If all of this information sounds like a good thing to you, Spanish Club meets on the second and fourth Thursdays of every month during P6 in Sra. Romero's room.


 

¡Gracias por leer esto (Thanks for reading this)! ¡Adiós!

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