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Leadership Workshop RSVP: "Times of Transition: Succession Planning"

Nearing the end of the semester, groups sometimes wonder how to transfer their success from one academic year to the next. In this workshop, we will discuss topics such as making a strong succession plan, keeping institutional memory, and preparing your group's new leadership for a fresh semester.

March 31, 5-6pm, Lerner 401

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Leadership Workshop RSVP: "Tackling Uncomfortable Conversations"

 Communication can be difficult, especially when the topic is awkward. How do you approach conversations related to interpersonal conflicts or unmet expectations? This workshop is designed to give students an opportunity to share strategies, learn from one another, and review a few common scenarios in a safe space.

March 11, 5-6pm, Lerner 403

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Leadership Workshop RSVP: "Strengthening Club Culture"

A club’s culture can impact everything from how meetings are run, to the kinds of traditions you embrace. Find out how you can influence the culture of your organization to see positive changes, regardless of your level of responsibility!

February 10, 5-6pm, Lerner 401

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External Opportunities

Below are organizations that provide spring and summer civic engagement opportunities.

Dance and Theatre Retreat Spring 2015

Thank you for your interest in participating in the Dance and Theatre group retreat.  Please complete the form below to apply -- we will confirm your participation shortly after the deadline to submit (Monday, February 23 at 11:00am)

The details

When:                
Saturday, February 28, 2015
10 am - 5 pm
(attendees are expected to stay the entire time)

Where:
TBA

On Campus Performing Arts Groups Leadership Experience
Please list below the specific groups in which you have been involved on campus, the position you have held, and in which semester/year you held that position. There is room for 4 positions, you need not fill all 4, however if you have more than 4, please select those which demonstrate the widest range of your experiences.
Leadership Role 1
Leadership Role 2
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ASB: NYC Performing Arts 2015 Application

The Alternative Spring Break: New York City Performing Artswill be a six-day, multidisciplinary program of events focusing on professional performing arts in New York City.  Over the course of the six days, participants will attend 5-6 quality performances spanning the disciplines of theatre, music, and dance.  As well, we will have a professional performing arts group in residence on campus during this time and participants in the ASB will participate in workshops and view their process.  We also anticipate attending talkbacks from leading practitioners and workshops covering a wide variet

On Campus Performing Arts Experience
Please list below the specific events/concerts/productions in which you have been involved on campus, which student group sponsored each, in which semester they took place and your role in each. There is room for 8 events, you need not fill all 8, however if you have more than 8, please select those which demonstrate the widest range of your experiences. If you have yet to become involved in any on-campus groups, please leave this section blank.
Experience 1
Experience 2
Experience 3
Experience 4
Your answer to the above question will have no bearing on your acceptance into the program.
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Funding Resources

Federal Government

The U.S. Federal Government awards billions each year in grants for all kinds of civic engagement reasons. 

Leadership Workshop Series

Throughout the spring semester, Student Engagement will offer interactive workshops for undergraduate students interested in developing and enhancing their leadership skills.

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Leadership Workshop RSVP: "Your Club's Culture"

A club’s culture can impact everything from how meetings are run, to the kinds of traditions you embrace. Find out how you can influence the culture of your organization to see positive changes, regardless of your level of responsibility!

November 7th at 5:00pm, Lerner 403

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