Do college clubs matter?
Employers generally focus on grades, work experience and areas of expertise. If your extracurricular activities have added to your skills (for example, you wrote for the college newspaper and you’re looking for a job as a journalist), then they will be of interest to an employer.
Do colleges check your clubs?
First off, most colleges don’t care. Lesser colleges don’t have the time or inclination to even look at your extracurriculars; if you can pay and have acceptable grades and scores, you’re in. If you’ve done something really amazing that would actua. First off, most colleges don’t care.
Should I join a club in high school?
Joining high school clubs is a great way to achieve that goal! Even better, having a well-rounded portfolio can improve your competitiveness as a future college applicant. Your participation in clubs can hone your communication skills, foster creative thinking, and teach you how to work effectively with other people.