Learn how to efficiently run and improve a student organization including a/an assembly, association, body, class (e.g., senior), club, committee, council, government, group, or society at colleges/universities (two-year, four-year, and graduate) and high schools. Written by experienced student leaders, this guidebook gives advice, examples, ideas, procedures, recommendations, tips, and templates. Get this manual to effectively: Start an Organization and become a Student Leader; Conduct Meetings; Write/Amend the Constitution and Bylaws; Budget, Finance, and Purchase; Advertise, Promote, and Publicize; Organize Programs; Address Member Concerns; Communicate with Administrators; Elect and Train your Successors; and Improve an Organization. Visit www.StudentOrgLeader.com for more info!Once the literature design and text have been approved by your board, you can seek a printing company or a copying service to duplicate your materials. A logo can be designed for your student organization, if one does not already exist.
|Title||:||Student Organization Leadership|
|Author||:||Cyrus Fakharzadeh, Mark Todd|
|Publisher||:||StudentOrgLeader.com - 2010-01|