Collaboration for events

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Presenters: Kayla Wood and Molly Ellender.

Advice on how to pull off successful collaborations for planning events. Converted from a Prezi presentation.

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Collaboration for events

  1. 1. Collaboration for Events Kayla Wood Molly Ellender
  2. 2. Agenda• Overall Goals for Collaborations• Types• Challenges• Advantages• Collaboration Process• Resources for Collaborations
  3. 3. Why Collaborate?• Lack expertise• Lack resources• Interested in other groups• Common interests
  4. 4. Types• Formal – OUAB• Informal – Two groups coming together – Could apply for CSA• Big or small• Many groups or two
  5. 5. Challenges• Groups taking advantage of others• disagreements• Unequal representation, responsibilities
  6. 6. Advantages• Diversity • Diverse talent, diverse target audiences, large and small events• Following• learning experience• No limitations • Any organization, large or small, any topic, endless possibilities
  7. 7. Process• Pre-event expectations • (form, meetings)• equal representation • both in marketing and responsibilities• feedback after
  8. 8. Council on Student Affairs (CSA) Allocations• CSA Allocations is a subcommittee of CSA made up of students, staff, and faculty working together to determine how Student Activity Fee funds and some Student Life funds are allocated. In the case of student organizations, CSA Allocations decides funding issues and reviews program proposals.• Under 50- $1000• Over 50- $2000• Apply at studentlife.osu.edu/csa
  9. 9. RHAC• Regular grant – University Residences and Dining Services (URDS) and res hall students – $500• Mega-grant – URDS and res hall students – No funding limit• Co-Sponsorships – Any outside org – No funding limit• Apply online at rhac.osu.edu
  10. 10. USG• USG partnership funding: organizations may approach the USG president or director (in the respective area) by the 12th week of the semester BEFORE the event to discuss the partnership event. The requirement for the applying organization is funding half or more of the event. Theres no specific limit on partnership funding.
  11. 11. BSA• Not purely funding• Goal: to promote diversity, encourage leadership, work for equal justice, offer assistance to those in need, provide activities and strengthen the bonds the students in the African American community.• Offer: experience and connections, marketing, volunteers, assistance in obtaining facilities, consultation, financial support• Apply at uhbsa.osu.edu/grants
  12. 12. OUAB• Add from Prezi
  13. 13. Examples• USG- SOS• OUAB- Richard Simmons (Rec Sports & ESC)• CSA-• BSA-• RHAC-
  14. 14. Handout
  15. 15. Contact Information• Kayla Wood• Wood.681@osu.edu• Molly Ellender• Ellender.2@osu.edu

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