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  • 1. WHAT IS A COFFEE DATE
  • 2. A COFFEE DATE IS• Face-to-face meeting• Casual location• Explore potential for working relationship
  • 3. WHY GO ON COFFEE DATES
  • 4. COFFEE DATES HELP YOU• Expand your campus network• Broaden reach of your group• Diversify support of your group• Offer new/creative programing opportunities• Create genuine partnerships
  • 5. WHO TO TAKE ON A COFFEE DATE
  • 6. CONSIDERING WHO TO TAKE• Define your goals• Think strategically• What are you accomplishing by meeting with him/her?• Map out your campus beforehand
  • 7. PREPPING FOR THE MEETING
  • 8. PREP WORK BEFORE MEETING• Do you have anything in common?• Who/what connected you?• Think of 3 conversation topics• What are successful outcomes of the conversation?
  • 9. GETTING THE DATE
  • 10. GETTING TO ‘YES’• Show you value the other person• Be direct• Use your network• Invite to coffee/lunch
  • 11. DURING COFFEE
  • 12. CONVERSATION FLOW Opener Connection Conversation Close
  • 13. ADDITIONAL TIPS , 0, 0• Body language You talk• Be present 40% They talk 60%• Create a safe space• Ask open and honest questions• 60/40 rule
  • 14. WHEN DOES ISRAEL COME UP
  • 15. DISCUSSING ISRAEL• Don’t use talking points; share stories• Be a character witness• Be authentic, honest, and reasonable• Demonstrate empathy
  • 16. AFTER THE COFFEE DATE
  • 17. FOLLOW UP• Send a thank you email• Invite on second coffee date• Invite to group meeting• Attend their group’s meeting• Explore further opportunities for engagement
  • 18. THE LATTE INITIATIVE• Get $ to take students out to coffee• Ask Campus Coordinator for more info