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Student Government 2012 Retreat Evaluation

The CC and SEAS student government retreat is an annual off-campus retreat for elected members of the Columbia College Student Council and the Engineering Student Council. The aims of the retreat are described below:

To provide participants an opportunity to build a sense of community with one another and facilitate inter-council connections

To provide a forum for council members to develop a collaborative agenda and define collaborative initiatives for the academic year

Please rate the following trainings for their effectiveness:
1 Very Effective2 Effective3 Somewhat Effective4 Not EffectiveNot Applicable
Weekend Overview/Intros/Favorite Pop Icon *
Identity exercise *
Council Meeting 1 ESC E Board presentation *
Council Meeting I CCSC Mock Polcy Meeting *
Committee Brainstorming Meeting *
Bonfire *
1 Very Effective2 Effective3 Somewhat Effective4 Not EffectiveNot Applicable
Low Ropes Course *
Outdoor Team Building *
Council Meeting II *
Group Photo *
Touch Someone Who *
Very trueTrueSomewhat trueNot true
I believe the retreat was effective in helping me gain a better understanding of my role on council. *
As a result of the retreat, I feel that I have enhanced/or gained skills to help me fulfill my role on campus. *
As a result of the retreat, I feel I enhanced or gained connections to help me fulfill my role on campus. *
The retreat provided me with an opportunity to meaningfully connect with my counterpart on the other council. *
The retreat was helpful in helping me to identify specific opportunities to collaborate either with members in my own council or with members from the other council. *
Following the retreat I feel more connected to my council. *
Following the retreat I feel more positive about the other council. *
I feel positively about my counter-part. *
Please briefly write in your first thoughts about the topics below
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Application for Host Organizations

 Application deadline extended: Monday, February 10, 2014.

SELECTION CRITERIA

Criteria on which Columbia University will base its selection may include, without limitation, the following:

General Information
Description of Organization
Experience with Interns
Description of Relevant Staff
Please list all staff members who will be involved with this project
Include those staff members who will: work with the Fellows from March through May to fully visualize the project; supervise the fellows during the June-August internship period; have primary responsibility for managing the organization's participation in the project; and any other staff members who will participate in the proposed project.
Description of ideas for the internship project
This document should include: (1) a detailed description of the critical local problem; (2) activities the fellows might undertake to address the problem; (3) how the potential project fits into the organization's mission; and (4) the intended impact on the organization's constituencies. Please refer to the Selection Criteria at the top of this page when drafting your proposal. Documents must be in either PDF or Microsoft Word format and should be no longer than three pages in length.
Files must be less than 60 MB.
Allowed file types: txt html pdf doc docx.
How did you hear about the program?
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CCSC and ESC Travel/Retreat Waiver

Please fill out this form completely in order to participate in the Student Councils' Retreat on Friday, September 28 and Saturday, September 29th to Frost Valley YMCA in Claryville, New York.

Confidentiality Notice: A digital copy of this form will be taken with the SDA advisors. Please note that this form contains confidential information and will be handled accordingly. The information contained in this form will be only used for emergencies only.

 

Medical Insurance: Students participating in overnight trips associated with a student organization are required to have adequate medical coverage. Please share the provider and policy number of the insurance plan you will be covered by during this period. It is the responsibility of the student to have proof of medical insurance on his/her person during the trip.
If a student is not 18 by the start of the trip, a hard copy of this form will need to be processed with a parent/guardian signature.
Please let us know of your dietary needs. If you observe Kosher or Halal dietary laws, please let us know if eating vegetarian meals are ok.
By typing in your name, this will serve as an official signature.
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Columbia Outdoor Orientation Program Leader Consent Form

I am exercising my free choice to participate voluntarily in the Columbia Outdoor Orientation Program’s (COOP) Fall trip. I recognize that this decision involves certain risks and I am willing to accept responsibility for those risks.

Columbia Outdoor Orientation Program (COOP) Participant Consent Form

I understand that the goals of Columbia Outdoor Orientation Program (COOP) are to provide a positive experience in a supportive group environment. I am aware that as a participant I am required to follow the policies and guidelines set by COOP and instructions from the Outdoor Orientation Leaders. As part of Columbia University, COOP adheres to the University standards of respect for others. COOP is a substance-free program- alcohol or drugs of any kind are prohibited. Any violation of the substance policy may result in judiciary action.

Submit Final Proposal

NOTE: The deadlines for 2017-2018 are:

Student Advisory Board

The Alternative Break Program (ABP) Student Board is made up of student leaders with a passion for civic engagement and who have extensive service trip experience.

ASB NYC Performing Arts Evaluation

Thank you all for your participation in the first Alternative Spring Break: NYC Performing Arts.  Please take a few minutes to complete the following survey as it will greatly help us in further developing this program.

 

Strongly AgreeAgreeNeither Agree Nor DisagreeDisagreeStrongly Disagree
1. The ASB Program introduced me to new artists *
2. The ASB Program provided me a much deeper sense of how artists make work *
3. The ASB Program broadened my understanding of the performing arts *
4. The ASB Program helped me to understand how dance, music and theater are interrelated *
5. The ASB Program demystified the process of creating high level performance events *
6. The ASB Program provided me useful tools as I continue my work in the performing arts (on campus and beyond) *
7. The ASB Program provided me resources to make decisions about career choices within the performing arts *
8. I developed close relationships with some of my fellow ASB students *
9. I plan on finding ways to continue to work with my ASB colleagues *
10. I plan to continue exploring performing arts events in NYC *
11. The group discussions were an important part of the week in terms of providing opportunities to process what I saw/experienced *
12. The events of the ASB demonstrated the power of the communal experience which the performing arts can have *
13. The ASB Program helped me to understand better the way in which the Performing Arts can illuminate the human experience by confronting difficult/complex issues *
12345Did not participate
1. BAM Harvey Tour *
2. Conversation with Judy Jamison and Garth Fagan *
3. Rehearsal viewing of Nora Chipaumire and Okwui Okpokwasili *
4. Warhorse *
5. Alumni Career Panel *
6. Paul Zimet/Ellen Maddow Workshop *
7. Noa and Mira Awad Performance *
8. David Diamond Career Coaching for Artists Workshop *
9. Nora Chipaumire and Okwui Okpokwasili Performance & Talk Back *
10. Hot Lunch Apostles/Talking Band Performance *
11. Performance Mix Festival at Joyce Soho *
12. Workshop with Scott Blumenthal and Aaron Meicht from OZET *
13. Alarm Will Sound Concert & Talkback *
14. Closing Dinner Discussion (and two other discussions during the week) *
Too FewJust RightToo Many
1. The number of performances we saw was: *
2. The number of Workshops/Panels/Talk Backs in which we participated was: *
3. The number of discussions we had was: *
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Matching Gift Companies

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