GIAG on committee


I am very excited to tell you about a brand-new opportunity called 'Give it a Go: On Committee', an initiative from my manifesto which we're piloting as part of our Give it a Go programme. This is a chance for societies to collaborate with their members to run a term 3 social or event which is funded and supported by the Guild.

This will as give members a taster of what it's like to be on committee and hopefully encourage them to run for committee for next academic year!

Izzy, VP Opportunities

Info for members


Considering running for a committee position but aren’t sure what it will be like? Want to develop employability skills? Our brand new programme ’Give it a Go: On Committee’ is the perfect opportunity for you! Whether you’re looking for a taster of being on committee or would just like to have a go at events management, this programme is a brilliant way gain experience without the year long commitment. This is a chance for you to collaborate with the current committee to run a term 3 social or event which is supported and funded by the Guild

What's in it for you?

  • A taster of being on a committee with no strings attached!
  • Developing employability skills such as events management, budgeting and marketing
  • The opportunity to attend bespoke Career Zone workshops alongside the programme

How to get involved

If you’d like to get involved, then speak to your current society committee and encourage them to apply for a place on the programme now. More information about which societies are taking part and how members can get involved is coming soon!

Aims and Benefits


  • Society committees work with their members to create a ‘member-led’ event supported and funded by the Guild
  • The scheme aims to encourage a more diverse range of people to apply for committee positions and/or gives society members a ‘taster’ of what being on a committee is like
  • Society members and committees develop employability skills which they can put on their CV such as mentoring, budgeting and event planning.

Overview


  • Societies apply to join the scheme with an event proposal for Term 3 costing up to £200.
  • Successful societies will then open applications for members to be ‘Member Event Leaders’
  • Committees will work with the Event Leaders to run the event with Guild support

Click here to learn more

Click here for the Application Form

Deadline to apply: 26 February

Support


  • Up to 5 ‘Check-In’ meetings with VP Opportunities/ the Activities Team
  • Up to £200 funding for the event
  • Support pack of resources including event planning tips, meeting minute templates, room booking information, risk assessment and budget guidance, Give it a Go logos and graphics.
  • Support in finding a diverse range of members to take part

Support Pack


More information coming soon!

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