Student Organization Leadership

Student Organization Leadership

by Cyrus Fakharzadeh, Mark Todd

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Learn how to efficiently run and improve a student assembly, association, body, class, club, committee, council, government, group, or society at colleges/universities (two-year, four-year, and graduate), high schools, or other institutions of higher learning. Written by experienced student leaders, this guidebook gives advice, examples, ideas, procedures, recommendations, tips, and templates. Get this manual to effectively: Start an Organization and become a Student Leader; Conduct Meetings; Write/Amend the Constitution and Bylaws; Budget, Finance, and Purchase; Advertise, Promote, and Publicize; Organize Programs; Address Member Concerns; Communicate with Administrators; Elect and Train your Successors; and Improve an Organization.

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BN ID: 2940014894630
Publication date: 08/15/2012
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 153
File size: 528 KB

About the Author

Cyrus Fakharzadeh has several years of experience as a leader of student organizations at the high school and college levels. He attained several high school and college student awards for service and contributions to student organizations. A Project Management Professional with three master degrees, he has consulted for numerous student leaders and organizations.

Mark Todd has served for a number of years as a leader in student government. A PhD, he received honors for student leadership from many national organizations. A mentor to student leaders, he was honored by the student government at his university for service to the organization.

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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I would never write a review for a book that I did not read. That just wouldn’t make any sense. So after having completely read this book, I will say that this is one of most helpful literary works for current and prospective officers of student organizations. I do not judge books by their covers, since that would tell one nothing about the content otherwise. However, I see that the cover of the second edition is a major improvement over the one on the first edition.