How Do I Grow My Professional Network? LinkedIn and Other Strategies
Tuesday, January 21 (MUB Ballroom B)
-Leadership Competencies: Self-awareness, Communication, Ethical Practices
-Learning Outcome: Participants will learn how to grow their professional network to advance their career and gain valuable life skills. LinkedIn, informational interviews, elevator pitches, and other strategies will be discussed.
Financing and Budgeting for Your Organization
Tuesday, January 28 (Fisher 135)
(Required for all Registered Student Organizations intending to request funding from the Undergraduate Student Government.)
-Leadership Competency: Communication, Ethical Practices
-Learning Outcome: Participants attending this session will not only learn about the opportunities available for student organizations to receive funding but will also focus on the ideas of collaboration and goal-setting to further their organization desires.
Winter Carnival (February 5-9)
Motivating Your Members
Tuesday, February 11 (MUB Ballroom B)
-Leadership Competencies: Self-awareness, Communication, Teamwork
-Learning Outcome: Participants attending this session will learn various techniques to increase motivation among their members by utilizing their mission and values as well as a variety of recognition methods.
Work Smarter, Not Harder
Tuesday, February 25 (MUB Ballroom B)
-Leadership Competencies: Self-Awareness
-Learning Outcome: Participants attending this session will become familiar with metacognitive awareness (“thinking about thinking”), will learn to develop learning goals and how to make adjustments to be more academically successful.
Grow Your Membership: Effective Ways to Recruit and Maintain Members
Tuesday, March 4 (MUB Ballroom B)
-Leadership Competencies: Communication, Teamwork
-Learning Outcome: Participants attending this session will learn that membership is more than just recruiting people to join their organization. Instead it’s about retention and purpose. This session will focus on the purpose of the organization, marketing, branding, and membership development.
Spring Break (March 10 – 14)
Change, Leadership, and the Art of Execution
Tuesday, March 18 (MUB Peninsula Room)
-Leadership Competency: Self-Awareness, Ethical Practices, Social Responsibility
-Learning Outcome: Participants will learn what is takes to be a true leader during times of change, how leaders can impact a culture, and the importance of execution in driving change and achieving results.
Leading People with Different Personalities
Tuesday, March 25 (MUB Peninsula Room)
-Leadership Competency: Communication, Teamwork
-Learning Outcome: Participants will learn about people with different personalities, how to utilize their strengths, and how to make them more effective.
Registered Student Organization Workshops for Advisors/Presidents
Student Activities has scheduled the 2013 training workshops for registered student organization advisors and presidents. Faculty and staff that advise one or more registered student organizations, as well as organization presidents, are required to attend one of the sessions. Organizations will not be able to register if this requirement is not fulfilled. A portion of this training will cover your role as a campus security authority as mandated by the Clery Act.
Wednesday August 14, 2013 noon EERC 100
Tuesday August 20, 2013 noon EERC 100
Tuesday September 10, 2013 noon MUB Ballroom B
Wednesday September 11, 2013 noon MUB Ballroom B
Thursday September 12, 2013 noon MUB Ballroom B
Thursday September 12, 2013 6PM Fisher 129
Thursday September 26, 2013 8PM EERC 214
Friday September 27, 2013 noon MUB Ballroom B
Register for ONE of the workshops by going to the Student Activities website at http://www.mtu.edu/student-activities/ . The sessions are expected to last no more than one hour.
For questions, contact Maryann Wilcox, Coordinator of Registered Student Organizations, at 906-487-2402 or email@example.com.
Student Activities Summer Programming
Check out the Student Activities summer programming events happening at the OAP this summer! Complimentary food, good company, good times!
For more information visit Involvement Link or call Student Activities at 906-487-1963.
The final HuskyLEAD of the semester is Tuesday, April 2 at 6:00 PM in MUB Peninsula Room. Presenters Cody Kangas and Kim D’Augustino will be presenting on “Recruiting and Retaining Active Members.” Cody and Kim work closely with Mind Trekkers, which has been a widely successful student organization which boasts rather large membership numbers.
March’s 7 Dimensions of Wellness Events
Social Wellness is the ability to maintain healthy relationships communicate effectively, respect yourself and others, and be part of a community. Stay socially well this month by partaking in making pasties with friends, snowshoeing the great outdoors, and supporting the community by volunteering at the Copper Country Humane Society.
**Pasty Making Workshop at Hillside Place on March 20 from 4:30-7:30 PM. To RSVP email firstname.lastname@example.org
**Sign up for a Snowshoe Hike at email@example.com. The event takes place on March 21 from 4-6. Snowshoes are provided and is free to attend.
**Copper Country Humane Society Volunteering on March 29 from 4:45 PM-8:00PM. Meet at the OAP house for ride over.
For more information on any of these events contact Wellness at 906-487-2560