The Rutgers University Meteorology Club as a part of the Department of Environmental Sciences in the School of Environmental and Biological Sciences at Rutgers University, strives to provide academic support for students in the major as well as an organization for all Rutgers University students interested in Meteorology. As official local chapters of the American Meteorological Society and the National Weather Association, we strive to apply the knowledge gained within the classroom and the club to the Cook Campus and local communities. Through various outreach programs such as the Rutgers University Involvement Fairs, Cook/Douglass Community Day, and Rutgers Day, we are able to spread our message to not only the Cook community, but also to all other branches of the Rutgers University community. Through outreach programs with local schools, we are able to teach the youth of the community not only about Meteorology, but the importance of science in general. Annual trips to the American Meteorological Society Conference, Northeast Storms Conference, and other various short trips, help keep our members involved and constantly learning the newest scientific breakthroughs in Meteorology. The club has meetings approximately once per month where we discuss upcoming events, fundraisers, and often a game or group activity. All are welcome!