Student Involvement hosts trainings for students interested in building their leadership capacity and gaining leadership skills.
Friday, January 26, 2018 from 2:30-6:00 p.m. in Chapman Great Hall.
The second annual Student Leadershipalooza is highly encouraged for all new officers of student organizations to attend. Each participant will engage with other organizations and their own membership about goal setting, team building, and ensuring success in their organization. , including Presidents. Content is based on student organization leaders and elements that are critical to the success of student organizations and groups.
For questions about Student Leadershipalooza 2018, please contact Student Involvement at getinvolved [at] trinity.edu.
2:30 - 4:00 pm Group activities and team building, Chapman Great Hall
4:00 - 4:10 pm Intermission
4:10 - 4:55 pm Breakout Session 1, Various Chapman Classrooms
5:00 - 5:45 pm Breakout Session 2, Various Chapman Classrooms
5:45 - 6:00 pm Closing Session
Tiger Planning: Taking an Event from Conception to Success
Have you planned an event that was unsuccessful and you couldn't figure out why? Have you always wanted to host an event on campus, but were not sure of the steps you needed to take? Want to hear tips on how to successfully plan and execute a campus event? This is the session for you! Come and connect, brainstorm, and discuss common event planning concerns with other student leaders.
How to Hold an Effective Meeting
Meetings, when done well, can be important components of successful and healthy organizations. How are you connecting your meetings to your goals? How do you structure meetings to propel your organization move forward? In this session we will talk about types of meetings, ways to structure meetings, and how to effectively serve your members by leading productive and efficient meetings.
Retention, Recognition, Rewarding, OH MY!
Are you looking for tips on how to keep the members of your organization active and committed? Do you want to take your organization to the next level? Well, join us as we talk about the ways to retain members through rewards and recognition.
Where Do I Hold My Next Meeting?
From group bonding activities, to large-scale events, Trinity has spaces on campus to accommodate all. Come out to hear about Trinity's room reservation system, T-SPACE, while also learning about the different spaces on campus.
Presidents Round Table (Offered ONLY during Breakout Session 1)
Chapman Great Hall
New to the President role? Come hear from former Presidents about the "do's and don'ts" that come with the position, best practices on leading a student organization, and how to make a lasting impact on campus.
Public Relations and Advertising (Offered ONLY during Breakout Session 2)
It's a noisy world out there! And, if you find yourself trying to promote your organization, product, or service, you will need to have a strategy. People are flooded with an average of 5,000 advertising messages per day and subscribe to the "rule of 7"- needing to hear the advertiser's message at least 7 times before making a decision. Join this breakout session to learn ways you can promote your events, programs, and achieve consistent branding with advertising, press coverage, and social media.
Presence Software Training (Offered ONLY during Breakout Session 2)
Student Involvement is excited to announce the new software, Presence. Presence will allow the student body (as well as student organization leaders) to see the meeting times and locations of all student organizations, create forms and polls within the system, swipe people into events, and keep a student organization roster. Want to learn more or need a refresher? Then this is the session for you!
T-SPACE (Trinity-Scheduling, Planning And Calendaring Events) is a web-based reservation system for University facilities (indoor and outdoor). T-SPACE training is required in order for student organizations to reserve campus space. T-SPACE training is now open and can be completed anytime during the academic year, though it is highly encouraged to complete in January when new officers have transition in the student organization.
Only one representative of each organization may receive reservation privileged. After successfully passing the quiz, the representative is issued a password that provides access to T-SPACE. Outgoing T-SPACE coordinators should continue to make reservations until new officers receive an updated login and password. Contact Student Involvement for more information.