If you are planning on enrolling in legal secretary classes at Career Point College (CPC), you may be interested to know about our Legal Club. Established in 2005 to complement the recently introduced Legal Secretary Program, the Legal Club has offered a multitude of opportunities and benefits for CPC students since its inception.
- What Is the Legal Club?
The Legal Club is a college organization that is open to any student attending Career Point College. The goals of the club are to encourage the personal growth of students and allow students the opportunity to participate in school and community awareness activities.
- Who Runs the Legal Club?
The Career Point College Legal Council heads the Legal Club, but activities are student directed. This provides students with the opportunity to take on leadership and planning roles and encourages the development of organizational skills needed for the workplace.
- What Does the Legal Club Do?
Members of the Legal Club participate in a number of activities that relate to community and human services. In the past, the Legal Club has participated in projects such as voter registration drives, senior citizen awareness programs and community service, holiday drives for needy community members, and campus cleanup programs. Legal Club members also have the opportunity to participate in career training-related activities, including field trips to the State Capitol, various courts, and presidential libraries.
- When Does the Legal Club Meet?
Legal Club meetings are held in room 138 at 12:30 p.m. every Wednesday. You do not have to be enrolled in legal secretary classes in order to become a member; every student, no matter his or her vocational training program, is welcome to attend.
At Career Point College, we have several clubs focusing on different areas of career training. If you are interested in receiving high-quality vocational training while having the opportunity to work and socialize with like-minded students, give us a call at (210) 428-6703. We’ll be happy to answer any questions you have.