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Grant Opportunity from the Diversity Council Available to Clubs

Diversity Mini Grants

The Diversity Council seeks proposals for its Diversity Mini Grants for activities that address and support the strategic plan’s goals and its objectives. Goal four of the new strategic plan is to promote an ethical and socially just society through an intentional commitment to inclusion, equity and diversity. The Diversity Council is now accepting grant proposals that in some manner address this goal. We will accept proposals for grants up to $5,000.  Awards...

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Opportunities for Club Leaders and Members

Hi Folks!

I want to put a few cool opportunities on your radars!

1. The Cougar Leadership Program is bringing a group of students to Pullman on September 29th - October 1st for the Pacific Northwest Collegiate Leadership Conference and to attend a WSU vs USC football game. The cost is $15 and includes transportation, lodging, and entry into the football game and conference. There are a limited number of spots and applications close on September 13th. Apply now!

2....

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RSVP for Club Orientation, CougSync Training, and more!

Hey VanCougs!

As we prepare for fall, OSI is planning several training sessions that will allow clubs and student leaders to hit the ground running. Below is the current schedule for training opportunities we offer. Training dates and times will be added as they are confirmed.

Clubs looking to register or renew their registration must send two club leaders or members to a Club Orientation AND a CougSync training. 

Please contact Brian Van Gundy at...

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Raul B Moreno replied to the discussion Club and CougSync orientations (2016-2017)

Club and CougSync orientations (2016-2017)

Get a jump start on annual registration! Please see attached, and respond below with any questions.

club_cougsync_orientation_schedule_fall_2016.pdf Click to View

Raul B Moreno replied to the discussion Online resources for logo makers

Frequently used vendors for ordering products and services

Working with a frequently used vendor can sometimes avoid hassles for your club organizers. Whether it's pita sandwiches (...

Save the Date for Leadership Training + Mid-semester Reminders (Updated)

So what will our club's activities look like next year? Which members will be organizing meetings, spreading the word about upcoming events, and updating contact information in CougSync? How can our friends and representatives over at ASWSUV help launch our club's next big thing?

With the arrival of spring, these and other questions may be on the minds of club leaders. You're invited to get some answers in an upcoming, 90-minute training session open to current, incoming, and...

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Comments

Kathleen Fockler

HI Raul, the nursing club would like to buy t-shirts with the $200 club funds. Is there a list of vendors to choose from?

Raul B Moreno

Hi, Kathy. Thanks for the question, and I've posted some related resources over here:
https://orgsync.com/130196/forums/22966/topics/118637

Online resources for logo makers

A good question came up in a recent orientation, and it went something like this:

If we don't have experience working with digital images, how should our club create its 300x300 pixel CougSync profile picture? Do we need to befriend or pay a graphic design student to craft our club's logo?

While the latter suggestion is certainly an option — and a good use of sustainability funding — the "open web" also offers a variety of resources (of varying quality) that can be useful...

Empowering members to adjust CougSync notifications

Club leaders often get questions about how to adjust notifications for members old and new. The good news: that's not your...

Raul B Moreno replied to the discussion Club and CougSync orientations (2015-2016)

Club and CougSync orientations (2015-2016)

Our regularly scheduled orientations can usually be found on the CougSync homepage: https://orgsync.com/home/350 Feel free to post questions or suggestions about upcoming orientations.

A manual for (almost) everything

As always, the Office of Student Involvement's clubs handbook is the most comprehensive resource for starting and running a club at WSU Vancouver:

https://orgsync.com/22599/files/135497/show

Fun fact: As of fall 2015, OSI refers to clubs as clubs (and not RSOs).