Running a Campus Club
Contact us to get a copy of the Student Club Manual. Topics Covered in the Student Club Manual:○Starting Your Club ○Finding Like-Minded People on Campus ○Obtaining Official Club Status ○General Club Meetings with Suggested Agenda ○Interest Sheets ○Tasks Sheets ○Plan Your Year ○Fall Term Sample Calendar ○Winter Term Sample Calendar ○Coordinators ○Executive Structure ○Retention ○Budget ○Fundraising ○Media ○Tips and Tricks, More Resources
We also offer sample documents for the following:- Club Constitution - Budget - Press Release or Media Advisory - Letter to the Editor - Fundraising Letter - Survey - Club Sign Up Sheet - Posters to Advertise Events
Internal activities are important because they give your members a sense of group identity, and also equip them to defend their pro-life position (ie. Meetings and socials). External activities are important because they reach the broader campus audience. A well run club balances the two. For more information on effective ways to conduct these activities please contact us.
Examples of key activities and events for your club:
1. Guest Speaker (see our list of campus speakers).
2. Debate: provides an open forum to discuss the life issues.
3. Information Fair: ie. Giving information on life-giving alternatives to abortion in your community.
4. Poster Campaigns
5. Regular information booths in a high traffic area with knowledgeable members to answer students’ questions.
Please contact us immediately if you encounter a conflict on your campus. We have worked with groups in the past to provide a sound structure for dealing with such issues.