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Club Constitution:

Article I:

The official name of the club is Travel Club.

 

Article II: 

The purpose of Travel Club is to offer Dana Hills students a way to travel and experience different cultures. Students will be given opportunities in different countries, and they will be able to bond with the locals. Other than getting a taste of a different culture than one’s own, Travel Club plans service projects on the trips that will take you to places that will make students aware of their privileges and make them more grateful. 

 

Article III:

All students and staff are encouraged to join Travel Club! As long as members show respect to club presidents and the club advisor, they are always welcome to be apart of Travel Club. It’s important that members aim to serve our purpose listed above, as well as showing up to club meetings, activities, and events. Anyone who shows interest in Travel Club and its purpose is welcome!
 

Article IV:

The club will have the four following positions: 2 co-presidents, 1 vice president, and 1 secretary. These positions will be determined through recommendations from the club advisor as well as the club committee. Members will also contribute to deciding officer positions.

 

Article V:

  1. Presidents (2)

    1. Present at meetings.

    2. Handles finances.

    3. Communicates with Rustic Pathway Team to plan the annual Spring Break and Summer trips.

    4. Involves members through activities and events.

    5. Shows welcomeness to all members.

  2. Vice President

    1. Present at meetings when possible. 

    2. Brainstorms travel club ideas for events and activities.

    3. Involves members.

    4. Helps prepare for meetings.

  3. Secretary

    1. Takes notes for meetings when needed. 

    2. Handles club meeting minutes.

    3. Manages Travel Club social media.

    4. Takes photos of meetings and events. 

 

 Article VI: REMOVAL OF OFFICER: If necessary, one of the elected officers will be removed from their position through a ⅔ majority vote from the present Travel Club members, which will hopefully never occur. 

 

Article VII: Fundraising through potential events such as Culture Fair and adult donations will be used towards paying for some of the service trip cost, as well as donating funds to some global health organizations as well. 

 

Article VIII: Meetings on campus do not require any procedures to prevent members from being injured or harmed. For our service trips, all liability will be handled through Rustic Pathways and its respective handling of travel insurance with the parents of the travelers. 

 

Article IX: In order to change any aspect of the constitution, we need a ⅔ majority vote. Also, a member should never feel discouraged to question or state anything on their mind. 

 

Article X: Our most effective service will occur during our spring and summer service trips, where students will offer English lessons, aid in construction, prepare meals for the needy, and any other form of community enrichment. Another service project may be a donation of funds gained from Culture Fair to a global health organization. 


Article XI: Although our service trips require a large financial investment, there will still be activities for students who cannot afford our trips abroad. Activities that apply to anyone include kahoot games with prizes, guest speakers, and cultural learning through videos during meetings.

Travel Club

Club Description

The purpose of the Travel Club is to bring together students who share an interest in traveling and to make travel more accessible for students who want to learn about different cultures and parts of the world.  

Travel Club meets every month in room 813.

For Culture Faire we will be partnering with the Vegan Society to represent Vietnamese cuisine. 

Click on the link for more info about our trip to Thailand this spring break.

 

Service Project

Over spring break, Travel Club members traveled to Chiang Mai and Mae Sariang, Thailand where they worked at a children's home to provide English lessons for and participate in cultural activities with Thai children. Additionally, we aided in the digging of holes that would eventually support the foundation for a new school. Our final service project centered about the Elephant Jungle Sanctuary in Chiang Mai, where we prepared digestive pellets and fed the elephants. 

Our fall service project for 2019 will be a letter making session for patients in the post anesthesia care unit at Mission Hospital, Mission Viejo. We intend to provide holiday spirit to those in poor health, and to wish them the very best. Photos will be posted soon. 


Photos: Sean Treichler 

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Contact Us

Jessica Bovee ex: 11256 Counselor (L-Z)

President: Sean Treichler and Leila Abumeri 

seantreichler@schoolloop.com

leilaabumeri@schoolloop.com

Updated Club Advisor:

Jessica Bovee

jwbovee@capousd.org

ext. 11256

Follow us on Instagram at @dhhstravelclub

We meet in room 813 every month at lunch. 

Club Adviser
Andrew Sims ex: 11909 Social Science Teacher

Meeting Minutes

Travel Locker
12/7/19 11:58 PM
5/6/17 10:11 PM