Nccsg2010 lifecycle of-a-chapter

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Nccsg2010 lifecycle of-a-chapter

  1. 1. Lifecycle of a Chapter Staci Barfield National Students of AMF Executive Director David Fajgenbaum National Students of AMF Co-FounderAugust 2010
  2. 2. Phases of a chapter Phase 0: Interest  Someone from the campus community expresses interest in starting a chapter Phase 1: In-development  Campus leaders are applying for campus recognition, beginning to market, and preparing for first meetingAugust 2010
  3. 3. Phases of a chapter Phase 2: Official Chapter is recognized as an official campus organization  Active: Chapter is conducting meetings  Reactivating: Chapter received campus approval at one time and is now trying to regain that status and begin to conduct meetings again  Inactive: Chapter is seeking new leadership Phase 3: Transition Chapter is undergoing leadership transition Chapter must renew campus organization statusAugust 2010
  4. 4. Chapter activities Organization Apply for campus recognition Recruit chapter leadership Manage logistical details for meetings Marketing Publicize the organization Recruit interested students Connect with faculty, administration, and other organizationsAugust 2010
  5. 5. Chapter activities Support Group  Facilitate meetings  Provide support resources Service Group  Execute service projects  Engage campus in projects Angels Program*  Engage faculty and administration*Structure currently being modified, so we won’tdiscuss this at the conferenceAugust 2010
  6. 6. Lifecycle framework Phase 0 Phase 1 Phase 2 Phase 3Activities Interest In Development Official TransitionOrganization 0.O 1.O 2.O 3.OMarketing 0.M 1.M 2.M 3.MSupport Group 1.SU 2.SU 3.SUService Group 1.SE 2.SE 3.SEAngels Program* 1.A 2.A 3.A*Structure currently being modified, so we won’tdiscuss this at the conference August 2010
  7. 7. Phase 0: Interest Goals Learn about becoming a Students of AMF campus chapter Recruit students to participate in/serve as leaders for your chapter Recruit a Chapter Advisor
  8. 8. Phase 0: Interest Specific activitiesOrganization 0.O.1 0.O.2 0.O.3 0.O.4 0.O.5 0.M.1 0.M.2 0.M.3 0.M.4Marketing 0.M.5 0.M.6 0.M.7TimeSuggested duration = 1 month
  9. 9. Phase 1: In Development Goals Establish Students of AMF as a student club/organization at your school Establish your school-specific chapter identity Spread the word to faculty and administration Recruit students to participate in/serve as leaders for your chapter Organize a kick-off meeting to market your chapter to the campus Plan your first support group meeting Plan your once-a-semester service group meeting Plan your service group projects for the semester
  10. 10. Phase 1: In Development Specific activitiesOrganization 1.O.3 1.O.1 1.O.2 1.O.5 1.O.6 1.O.7 1.O.8 1.O.9 1.O.4Marketing 1.M.1 1.M.2 1.M.3 1.M.4 1.M.5 1.M.6 1.M.8 1.M.11 1.M.7 1.M.9 1.M.10 1.M.15 1.M.18 1.M.21 1.M.12 1.M.13 1.M.14 1.M.16 1.M.19 1.M.23 1.M.22 Time 1.M.17 1.M.20 Suggested duration = 1-3 months
  11. 11. Phase 1: In Development Specific activitiesSupport Group 1.SU.1 1.SU.2 1.SU.3 1.SU.4Marketing 1.SE.1 1.SE.2 1.SE.3 1.SE.4 1.SE.5 1.SE.6 Time Suggested duration = 1-2 months
  12. 12. Phase 2: Official Goals Maintain contact with your Chapter Advisor Maintain list of chapter members Promote your service group event or project Promote Students of AMF during your service group project or event Share the results of your service group project or event Promote your support group Conduct your first support group meeting Be available for members or interested students between meetings
  13. 13. Phase 2: Official Goals Conduct subsequent support group meetings Promote service group/events during the kickoff meeting Advertise your service group project Conduct your service group project Conduct your once-a-semester service group meeting Communicate with service group members throughout the semester
  14. 14. Phase 2: Official Specific activitiesOrganization 2.O.1 2.O.2 2.O.3Marketing 2.M.1 2.M.2 2.M.4 2.M.8 2.M.11 2.M.10 2.M.3 2.M.5 2.M.9 2.M.12 2.M.6 2.M.7 2.M.13 2.M.14 2.M.16 2.M.18 2.M.15 2.M.17 2.M.19 Time Suggested duration = 1 semester
  15. 15. Phase 2: Official Specific activitiesSupport Group 2.SU.3 2.SU.1 2.SU.2 2.SU.5 2.SU.6 2.SU.7 2.SU.8 2.SU.4Service Group 2.SE.1 2.SE.2 2.SE.3 2.SE.4 2.SE.5 2.SE.6 2.SE.7 2.SE.8 2.SE.9 2.SE.10 2.SE.11 2.SE.12 Time Suggested duration = 1 semester
  16. 16. Phase 2: Official Specific activitiesSupport Group 2.SU.10(continued) 2.SU.9 2.SU.12 2.SU.11 Suggested duration = 1 semester
  17. 17. Phase 3: Transition Goals Update National with impending leadership and member changes Recruit new chapter leaders Transition to new chapter leaders Renew chapter registration Ensure a smooth transition to a new Support Group Director Ensure a smooth transition to a new Service Group Director
  18. 18. Phase 3: Transition Specific activitiesOrganization 3.O.1 3.O.2 3.O.3 3.O.4 3.O.5 3.O.6 3.O.7 3.O.8Marketing 3.M.1 3.M.4 3.M.7 3.M.2 3.M.5 3.M.3 3.M.6 3.SU.1 3.SU.2Support Group 3.SE.1Service Group Time Suggested duration = 1-3 months

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