Student Life » New Student Orientation » New Student Resource Guide » Getting Involved During Fall 2020 Getting Involved During Fall 2020 During Orientation Attend all meetings and hangouts with your New Student Guide and group. Ask the leaders what they have been involved in during their time at Pitzer and the best ways to get involved. Attend the online Pitzer Student Organizations Meet & Greets and join at least one of the 60 clubs and organizations available to Pitzer students. If there is not a club that you are interested in, talk to the Senate reps about ways to start new clubs. Attend the Student Senate event during online orientation to find out from returning students about ways to get involved during this online semester at Pitzer. Ask questions! Ongoing Attend the online 5C Activities Fair and find out about all the great 5C clubs and organizations. Attend the online open house and events at the resource centers of the Claremont Consortium: Office of Black Student Affairs, Chicano Latino Student Affairs, Center for Asian Pacific American Students, International Place, Queer Resource Center, McAlister Center/Office of the Chaplains, Student Disability Resource Center, Empower Center. Make new friends by reaching out to classmates from your classes to study online together or attend an online event together! Attend your group meetings with your New Student Guide, set-up 1-on-1 meetings with them, and help contribute to your group’s online community! Invest in your success by visiting the Writing Center early and often for feedback on how to start an assignment or approach the revision process. Get to know the Mental Health & Wellness resources at Pitzer, and start engaging with the Strive 2 Thrive community online! Reach out to the incredible Career Services staff. Have them help you perfect your resumé for fellowships and internship opportunities that they can help you find! Attend the weekly Student Senate meetings and run for a senator position. Find consistent ways to volunteer in the community by visiting the Community Engagement Center. Make sure to start following the social media accounts of student organizations, campus offices, and resource centers to stay the most up-to-date on events and announcements.