Woodland’s Inter-Club-Council Helping Clubs Grow

Woodland’s Inter-Club-Council (ICC) is most well known for putting on their club fair every year. However, their work behind the scenes to help clubs learn and grow at Woodland does not go unnoticed. 

“We help facilitate clubs internally and assist them in ways they can help grow their club, as well as making sure clubs are not overlapping with projects and other work,” Vice President Alexis Landrigan stated. 

ICC, a branch of Woodland’s Student Government, has completed many virtual projects and meetings and conducted one of their first full Club Council meetings this past Tuesday. Also, a major success was the ICC’s first-ever fully virtual club fair.

President Emily Laput exclaimed, “I was very proud of how we pulled together our club fair, we had representatives from every club at Woodland, and I was even more proud of how we were all able to do this from home…We have many more lessons and projects coming up too, and are looking forward to the second semester.”

ICC meetings take place once a month, and if you would like to join ICC, you can reach out to Emily Laput or Alexis Landrigan, or the club advisor Christopher Tomlin.