One of the missions of the Clayton State University Chemistry Club is to help Clayton State students with career orientation, an objective that fits in well with the Clayton State identity as a place where dreams are made real. Indeed, the Chemistry Club understands that the University is a place where preparation for the challenges of the real world is a key part of engaged, experiential learning.
As part of that mission, and to help further students’ dreams, the Chemistry Club has organized a trip to visit the Clayton County Water Authority on Friday, Feb. 22, leaving campus at 12:30 p.m.
“We wanted to organize the trip to give students some ideas of how it is to be a working chemist; what are their roles and duties,” says Chemistry Club President Gloria Le (Ellenwood). “We also want to help students learn about environmental sciences and help students learn how water is treated.”
Although the trip was organized by the Chemistry Club, Le notes it is available to all Clayton State students who are interested in Chemistry and/or Biology.