Events are one of the best ways to reach your audience and build your community. It’s also a way to keep in touch as humans love to build connections. As an ambassador, it should bring you great joy to have the opportunity to create this amazing and unique experience for your community members. No matter what their course of study or level, events are essential for students to connect and learn. You get the chance to build genuine connections with your community members as well as give them the chance to network with each other.
NB: It is compulsory for every circle to have 2 events (Physical, Virtual, or Hybrid) every month outside of the examination period. This is approximately 10 months every year. You are expected to organize 20 events in a year in total.
Remember, you are not expected to do this alone. You have a team!
There are different types of event programs. Read them here.
To have a successful event program, you have to understand the 3-step processes;
Here are questions that’ll help guide you
This is what your Program Worksheet will look like;
Purpose – I4GLasu program fulfills the need for Lasu students to come together and learn, grow and connect.
a. Goal – Add Value
How – Webinar
b. Goal – Connect
How – Networking event
Submit your event details in the Pre-event form. It’s compulsory to submit your event at least 2 weeks before the event, which means you need to plan ahead. The HQ will approve/disapprove your event within 5 days.
DO NOT PROMOTE YOUR EVENT UNTIL AN APPROVAL MESSAGE HAS BEEN SENT!
You have successfully held an event. It’s not an easy feat. After your event, you should celebrate, reflect and plan.
A. Celebrate yourselves: You’ve done an amazing job.
You’re expected to submit your post-event report within 7 days of your event. Submit here. Your post-event report is proof that you had your event.
C. Plan: Now that you have created your first event, it’s very easy to replicate the process and steps. Rinse and repeat.
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