Steps to starting the club:
1. Get a teacher or faculty sponsor to help with the club.
2. Look at the page “2014-2015 Schedule” and read it down each column for a list of activities and discussions.
- If you have a limited amount of club time, you can pick any activities and discussion prompts as long as you
- Use all of the activities in bold font
- Pick a few activities/discussion prompts from each of the 5 categories (UNITE)
3. Send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org so you can be on the email list for club-wide volunteer opportunities and conferences!
4. Create a wordpress account (instructions on “FAQs” page) to connect with other schools and comment on discussion posts.
A Typical Leaders UNITE Club Meeting:
A Leaders UNITE club meeting could be run in any of the following ways:
Activities and Discussion
- Starting with a short discussion prompt and spring-boarding into a similar activity (you could also end with a follow-up discussion
- You could do one huge discussion for the whole club time (you can start with a given prompt, but feel free to venture into other, connected topics of discussion
- You could work on a volunteer project during club time (see some ideas under the “Community Activities” page)
- This club does not involve any fees, so no need to worry about paying!
- You will need some paper and pencils, so be sure to keep these handy. Contact email@example.com if you need any assistance in purchasing these items.
- This club can be done during school time, but if you school does not have club time, feel free to do this club before school or during after school hours.
- All of the activities and discussions on the schedule are written in ” ” because they correspond to the names of posts under the “Activities” and “Discussion Questions” pages on the website!
- Feel free to comment on any of the discussion posts, and start a discussion between you and other members of the club!