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FALL 2010 ORGANIZATIONAL ACCESS MEETING Department of Leadership Development, Service, & Engagement ORGANIZATIONAL ACCESS MEETING AGENDA Welcome/Introductions Student Involvement Coordinators- Reminders/Goals Important Dates Green Knight Report – Changes & Deadlines SAFAC and Knight Life

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fall 2010 organizational access meeting

FALL 2010ORGANIZATIONAL ACCESS MEETING

Department of Leadership Development,

Service, & Engagement

organizational access meeting agenda
ORGANIZATIONAL ACCESS MEETINGAGENDA
  • Welcome/Introductions
  • Student Involvement Coordinators- Reminders/Goals
  • Important Dates
  • Green Knight Report – Changes & Deadlines
  • SAFAC and Knight Life
  • Involvement fair, Emerging Leaders and Student work group
  • Student Org. Service Program
  • Risk Management
  • Online Resources
  • Recognition for Orgs
people you should know
PEOPLE YOU SHOULD KNOW:
  • Shelly Morris Mumma – Director of LSE
  • Corday Goddard – Assistant Dean of Student Development
  • Nancy Mathias – Associate Director of Leadership and Service
  • Bridget Martin – Director of Multicultural Student Services
  • Megan Henning and Angela Klingensmith– Student Involvement Coordinators
  • Conor DuBoyce– Service Events Intern
  • Joy Sass – Center for Community Service and Learning
  • John Seckel – SAF News and Knight Life Program
student involvement coordinator reminders goals
STUDENT INVOLVEMENT COORDINATOR:REMINDERS & GOALS
  • Update organization information on website for current and prospective students
  • OrgAccess Listserve – Updated contact info
  • Check your organization mailbox in the Student Organization Resource Room!!!
  • If you haven’t already, sign in and pick up your org’s folder
  • How can the we help you?
    • megan.henning@snc.edu
    • angela.klingensmith@snc.edu
important dates mark your calendars
IMPORTANT DATES: MARK YOUR CALENDARS!

Sept. 14: Fall Semester’s involvement fair, 3:15-5:15

Sept. 15: Meeting for brand new E-Board

Sept. 21: Meeting for Service Chairs

Sept. 24-25: Student Leadership conference

Oct. 1: Organization Roster (Names & IDs) & Updated Executive Board Report due to the LSE Office by 4:30 p.m.

Update Eboard with:

http://www.snc.edu/lse/forms/officer.html

Nov. 2: Green Knight Annual Report Workshop

Feb. 1: Spring Org Access Meeting

Feb. 8: Spring Semester Involvement Fair

2010 2011 green knight report
2010 – 2011 GREEN KNIGHT REPORT
  • Do you prefer having the Report be bi-annual or spring only
    • Vote - Survey
    • Deadline(s) will be announced depending on results of survey
    • Optional Green Knight Report Workshop
saf news
SAF NEWS
  • If you have not requested your organizations funding for this year, please read through the guidelines at www.snc.edu/safac.
  • Once you have read the guidelines, please email John Seckel to have the funds transferred.
  • Mandatory SAF workshop for all Treasurers.
    • Tuesday, September 14, at 5:30 in Cofrin 15
knight life program
KNIGHT LIFE PROGRAM
  • Late night program sponsored by E2K and the Jason Senjem’s Business Management Class.
  • E2K Program dates:
    • Sept. 10 – Southwest Night
    • Sept. 24 – Mess with your Mind
    • Oct. 1 – Laugh yourself Silly
    • Nov. 5 – Relax then get crazy
    • Dec. 3 – A Campus Center Holiday
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KNIGHT LIFE PROGRAM
  • How can your organization become involved?
    • Talk to John
    • We are looking for organizations to help out on specific nights, with set up/take down, arts/crafts, or help with the recreational activities.
    • Dr. Senjem’s Class will also be looking for assistance.
  • www.snc.edu/cc
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KNIGHT LIFE PROGRAM
  • Main stage Act
  • Art/crafts
  • Fun “recreational” activity
involvement fair
INVOLVEMENT FAIR
  • Tuesday, September 14, 3:30pm – 5:15pm
  • On the Campus Center Lawn
    • Rain site: Campus Center Gym
  • Register for a table at http://www.snc.edu/lse/programs/tasteofsnc.html
    • Go to www.snc.edu/lse, click the “Students” tab on the left, and the “Taste of SNC” link in the middle of the page.

Email angela.klingensmith@snc.edu with questions.

emerging leaders
EMERGING LEADERS
  • First year student leader group:
    • Attend 4 large group workshops
    • Work in small groups with a “coach” to work on a service project or program.
  • We want more project coaches, and your orgs can help!
    • Virtually any program or service project can be implemented!

Contact: anna.czarnik-neimeyer@snc.edu or leah.korth@snc.edu for more info.

student leadership conference
STUDENT LEADERSHIP CONFERENCE
  • September 24-25
    • Friday: 6:30 – 9:00 p.m.
    • Saturday: 8:30 a.m. – 2:00 p.m.
  • Leaving a Legacy with your Leadership
    • Opportunities to network with students, administration and community members
    • Breakout sessions presented by students and staff
  • Keynote Speaker: Kathy Obear
  • Registration is $10 to be paid either personally or by your student organization
  • http://www.snc.edu/lse/programs/icamp/
student org work group
STUDENT ORG WORK GROUP
  • Coming to you second semester (Spring 2011).
  • Student members of various orgs come together to discuss what we as student leaders, along with our available resources, can do for SNC organizations.
  • Something for already-established leaders (like you or students you know) to provide support and recognition, a forum for conversation with other leaders, a way to share programming, resume building, etc.
student org service program

Conor DuBoyce

Student Org. Service Program

“I shall pass through this world but once. Any good therefore that I can do or any kindness that I can show to any human being, let me do it now. Let me not defer or neglect it, for I shall not pass this way again.”

~Mahatma Gandhi~

conor.duboyce@snc.edu

2009 2010 org service stats
2009/2010 Org. Service Stats
  • For the 2009-2010 school year only 34 of 68orgs reported their service
    • Drop of 10% reporting fall-spring?
  • 155 different projects were conducted
    • 718* hours
  • $116,310 raised:

But why should Orgs do service?

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Service Requirement ProgramRecreation, Special Interest, Media/ Programming, Cultural/Ethnic, faith/service, Governing
  • Complete at least 1 service project each semester fitting your mission. Examples:
    • Zen Club- offering free yoga classes to the SNC community to improve health and wellness
    • SGA organizes transportation to the voting sites to encourage students to vote
    • RHA organizes Make a Difference Day
  • 1 service rep. must attend the org. service workshop
guidelines for greek and independent social orgs
Guidelines for Greek and Independent social Orgs
  • Must complete 2 service projects each semester each project must have 80% participation in order to count
      • If 80% cannot make a single event offer multiple times/days for a project (ex: having multiple shifts at a food pantry)
  • At least one project must benefit an off campus agency
    • Ex: Untouchables w/ PALS program sponsoring events, Greek groups partnering with their national philanthropy
  • 1 service rep. must attend the org service workshop
  • Complete 2 educational programs per semester
benefits of service
Benefits of Service
  • Self
    • Resume builder & community contacts
    • Practical experience
    • Self Awareness
  • Org
    • Retention: more likely to have stronger retention if you have events outside the weekly meeting
    • Group bonding experience
  • Community
    • It’s your community should you choose to build it
reporting
REPORTING
  • Via Knightline
    • Snc.edu/knightline
      • Enter Secure Area
        • Personal Information
          • Community Service and Learning
            • Co-Curricular Service Learning Projects
              • Add Service Learning Activity
  • Complete 1-2 days after Service
required org service workshop
Required Org. Service Workshop
  • TUESDAY , SEPTEMBER 21ST
    • 1 rep from every student org must be present from 5:00-6:00 (Please sign up)
    • If a member cannot attend they must schedule a meeting with me

conor.duboyce@snc.edu

risk management for your organization

Alcohol and Drugs

- must follow college policy at all events no matter the location

Hazing

- Zero tolerance policy

Off-Campus Events

- Best practice is to provide transportation, follow college policies

Risk Waivers

- Contact Kristee Becker for waivers two weeks in advance of your event. You can reach her at ext. 3066 or kristee.becker@snc.edu

RISK MANAGEMENT FOR YOUR ORGANIZATION

Shelly Morris Mumma

Director of LSE & Campus Center

online resources

http://www.snc.edu/studentorgs

http://www.snc.edu/studentorgs/handbook/

http://www.snc.edu/studentorgs/resources.html

http://www.snc.edu/lse/forms/officer.html

http://www.snc.edu/techsupport/workshops.html

http://www.stophazing.org/

http://www.hazingprevention.org/

ONLINE RESOURCES

Shelly Morris Mumma

Director of LSE & Campus Center

recognition for orgs
Recognition for Orgs
  • Most Innovative Program:  Boys & Girls Club Science Day with Pre-Health Science Club, Biology Club & Chemistry ClubBest Alumni Outreach - Untouchables - 30th ReunionBest Service Program - Habitat for HumanityBest Educational Program - Colleges Against CancerGreek/Independent Organization of the Year - CC HamsSpecial Interest/Recreation/Governing/Media Organization of the Year - Ballroom ClubAcademic/Honorary Organization of the Year - Pre-Health Sciences ClubFaith/Service/Diversity Organization of the Year - Colleges Against Cancer