Personally, I have always felt that when entering a new school (especially high school), it can be hard to adjust, find friends, or even just find activities to participate in outside of completing school work. To resolve this issue, I came up with the idea to host a club fair. A club fair is like a job fair but for clubs, and the entire student body had the chance to participate. This event was held during the school day in the fieldhouse, and students had the opportunity to visit the fieldhouse and explore the different clubs, sports, and extracurricular activities Hobart High School has to offer. This event gave students the chance to find a club to be a part of, but it also gave students the opportunity to meet new people and, hopefully, form new friendships. With over 200 students signing up for a club that day, I can say my that my group and I were successful. This project enabled me to exercise many of my leadership qualities. Getting the club fair approved through administration required me to show that I was capable of having a vision or plan in place and that I understood legalities that come with putting on a large scale event such as this. Additionally, I had to communicate information with teachers, clubs, and team members. I had to meet deadlines, and ensure that everyone was on board with bringing my vision to fruition. All of these experiences were essential to shaping me into the strong leader that I am starting to become as I progress into young adulthood. With the success of the club fair, we were able to give not only the underclassmen but all students at Hobart High the chance to be a part of something bigger and better- giving the sense of community that we as adults in training need.