Our programming is broken down into four main areas -- Community, Individual Development, Management, and Membership. Below we'll explain a little about each and what benefits each can offer our members.
Community projects help individuals, non-profits and the community at large. These projects help our members by:
Individual development provides skills training in a variety of areas. These can be fun things like cooking, crafts, ballroom dancing, karaoke, or things like public speaking, financial planning, or wage negotiation.
Provide opportunities for a bunch of trainings which can be fun, and very useful and practical and sometimes both.
Many members have something they've always wanted to learn. They often run a project with the chapter's help, and get to learn a skill and introduce others to it too in the process
The management area covers chapter operations like fund-raising, & PR and also fosters networking opportunities for our members.
Many of the skills learned in running a chapter, or chapter projects are directly transferable to a professional context.
The Membership area focuses on recruiting members, and making sure our current members are having a good experience and getting what they want out of the organization.The membership area provides a variety of things for our members:
As a group of over 100+ young adults we have a varied membership, from many different careers, and with many different individual interests. As a group we gain from that diversity when they share their interests by running a project, or their knowledge when running a training. We run 80-100 different projects a year, and have a wide variety of activities and projects. (See examples Here). We truly believe we have something to offer anyone. If all of this sounds good to you follow the link to Request More Info.