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  • Building a presence on campus Creating a strong leadership team Division of responsibility Supporting team effectively Building Membership Cultivating Leadership Ventures & International Projects Find the right Ventures to engage community and be consistent – not relying on constant hard work Building bridges & sustaining Nourish
  • Chapter Leader: -in charge -liaison w/ national office -will talk more about this later Venture Director/Leader -Exec board member -Oversees fundraising efforts of the chapter & reports to the exec board -May directly run ventures, may delegate tasks to others -Venture leader is in charge of a specific venture International Projects Director -Exec board member -Manages projects for the chapter -Researching projects, developing selection process -Supporting project leaders -Project Leader: in charge of specific project Treasurer: -Ensure chapter spends wisely -Processing reimbursements, deposits -James will give a more in-depth explanation of chapter finances Membership Coordinator: -Get people involved in chapter -Plugging people into the pipeline Other possibilities to mention: Marketing Director (how to best market ventures and projects) Awareness director (events to promote awareness of global poverty—chapter-wide and campus-wide)
  • Be creative and develop other avenues for developing leadership! Always think about parts of what you’re doing that you could delegate/pass on to free your time and provide opportunities for others
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    • 1. What a Chapter Does
    • 2.
      • Building a presence on campus
      • Creating a strong leadership team
      • Growing membership
      • Cultivating leadership
      • Ventures & International Projects
      • Building bridges & sustaining Nourish
      Chapter Goals & Priorities
      • Overview:
    • 3.
      • A strong presence generates support
        • Ventures easier to market
        • Helps build membership
        • Opens up connections &
        • partnerships
        • Integration into campus fabric leads to administration & university support
        • Increased organizational sustainability
      Building a presence on campus
      • Benefits
    • 4. Building a presence on campus
      • Potential Initiatives
    • 5. Creating a strong leadership team
      • Finding the right leaders
    • 6.
      • Chapter Leaders
      • Venture Director / Leaders
      • International Projects Director / Leaders
      • Treasurer
      • Membership Coordinator
      Creating a strong leadership team
      • Roles & Expectations
    • 7.
      • Setting and maintaining expectations
      • Delegation, check-ins and support
      • Follow-ups and debriefing
      • Regular meeting times
      • Plan times for group bonding & development
      • Giving ownership
      Creating a strong leadership team
      • Consistently engaging your team
    • 8. Growing membership
      • Benefits
    • 9. Growing membership
      • Potential Initiatives
    • 10. Cultivating leadership
      • Developing leadership is one of our two priorities.
    • 11.
      • Create opportunities to get involved in leadership capacity
        • Ventures, Committees and Projects are all avenues to develop leadership
        • 1 st Year Exec Member positions
      • Give ownership on a day to day basis
      • Active Outreach
        • Today’s new member is tomorrow’s leader!
      Cultivating leadership
      • Potential Initiatives
    • 12.
      • Reach and engage a large and diverse audience
      • Raise money consistently & sustainably
      • Provide avenues for student involvement
      • Represent Nourish and issues responsibly
      Ventures
      • Goals
    • 13.
      • NINO acts as a filter
        • Meets Nourish criteria & safe for students
      • Chapter responsible for project decisions
        • Good fit for chapter (money, student interest)?
        • Impact & best use of money?
      • Strong chapter evaluation & decision making process
        • Deciding as a chapter -> long term group buy in
      International Projects
      • Important pieces
    • 14.
      • Good relationship with Administration
      • Build relationships with likeminded student organizations
        • Look for meaningful collaboration
      • Connect work on campus &
      • abroad with campus institutions
      Building Bridges
      • Goals
    • 15.
      • Following Nourish policies and direction
      • Ensuring chapter sustainability
        • Financially
        • Membership
        • Leaders
        • International Projects
        • Place on campus
      Sustaining Nourish
      • Importance